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English

EVS

Maths

English Balbharati

Unit 1
  • 1. A Pretty Game
  • 2. 'Go!' and 'Come!'
  • 3. Tenali Raman Draws a Picture
  • 4. A String Song
  • 5. The Story of Sindbad the Sailor
  • 6. In a Biscuit Factory
  • 7. Khashaba Jadhav
  • 8. A Honey Bee Speaks
  • 9. Dress Quickly!
  • 10. A Pretty as a Picture
Unit 2
  • 11. The Sugar-Plum Tree
  • 12. "Doctor Dolittle Learns Animal Language"
  • 13. Let's Wait…!
  • 14. I'd like to Be a Lighthouse
  • 15. Young Bravehearts
  • 16. Young Scientist-1
  • 17. Curiosity
  • 18. Look Before you Leap!
  • 19. A Skit
  • 20. Festival Album
Unit 3
  • 21. There Is The Key of The Kingdom
  • 22. A Team of Workers
  • 23. The Two Merchants of Seri
  • 24. At the Market
  • 25. After School
  • 26. A School Teacher's Thoughts
  • 27. The Bremen Town Musicians
  • 28. Baby's Dress
  • 29. Young Scientist-2

Unit 4
  • 30. A Book Speaks
  • 31. 'Robotics'
  • 32. The Noble Stag
  • 33. Washday
  • 34. At the Bottom of the Ocean
  • 35. Pinocchio
  • 36. Gadge Maharaj
  • 37. Bedtime
  • 38. The Magic Kettle

Maths

Part-1
  • 1. Introduction to Geometrical Figures
  • 2. Number Work
  • 3. Addition without Carrying Over
  • 4. Subtraction without Borrowing
  • 5. Multiplication
  • 6. Coins and Currency Notes
  • 7. Measurement
Part-2
  • 8. Patterns
  • 9. Symmetry
  • 10. Addition by Carrying Over
  • 11. Subtraction by Borrowing
  • 12. Multiplication
  • 13. Division
  • 14. Measurement of Time
  • 15. The Calendar
  • 16. Fractions
  • 17. Handling Data

EVS

  • 1. Our Environment
  • 2. So many kinds of animals!
  • 3. Animal Shelters
  • 4. Directions and Maps
  • 5. Understanding Time
  • 6. Getting to Know the Place we Live in
  • 7. Our Village, Our City
  • 8. Our Need for Water
  • 9. Where does water come from?
  • 10. More about Water
  • 11. Our Need for Air
  • 12. Our Need for Food
  • 13. Our Diet
  • 14. Inside the Kitchen!
  • 15. Our Body
  • 16. Sensory Organs
  • 17. Pearly Teeth, Healthy Body
  • 18. My Family and Home
  • 19. My School
  • 20. Our Community Life
  • 21. Public Services for community Life
  • 22. Who fulfils our needs?
  • 23. Growing Up and Growing Old
  • 24. Our Clothes
  • 25. Changes in our Surroundings
  • 26. As we Go from the Third to the Fourth Standard

To make it interesting, the activities are created in different formats. Some of these formats are explained below :

1. TRUE OR FALSE

The student has to select any one option-True or False. This format is generally used for contextual questions.

2. MULTIPLE CHOICE

Here the student is given 3-4 choices, and from those he has to choose the correct option. There is only one correct answer.

3. MULTIPLE RESPONSE

The format for this question is similar to the one above, the only exception being that there is more than one correct answer here.

4.MATCHING

In this type of activity, the words/phrases are provided in two columns. The student has to match the options that go together. This format is mostly used for dictionary-based activities.

5.SEQUENCE

A list of events from the story are provided in random order and the student has arrange the events chronologically.

6.FILL IN THE BLANKS

This is just like the fill in the blanks activity provided in textbooks. Here the student has to choose one correct option(from the two given) from the dropdown list on the screen.

7.WORD BANK

This activity is similar to Fill in the Blanks above. The only difference here is that a variety of options are given in a ‘word bank’ below the question. The student has to select the correct answer, drag it from its place and drop it into the correct blank above. Each question has only one correct answer here.

Criteria

Recommended Requirement

Operating System Requirements

Windows XP, Windows-7, Windows-8, Windows-8.1, Windows-10 (x86 & x64)  (All Editions Except Starter Edition)

Supported Architectures

32-Bit (x86) & 64-Bit (x64)

Processor

Computer that has a 1.6GHz or faster processor

Memory (RAM)

1 GB (32 Bit) or 2 GB (64 Bit) RAM

Graphics Card

On Board

Display Screen

1024 x 768 resolution display

Input Device

Keyboard and mouse

Hard Disk Space

5400 RPM hard disk drive with 6GB of available hard disk space or Above

Others

DVD-ROM Drive, Audio Device

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