Welcome,  Guest
   
    You are visitor number : 4943821
   

ekShiksha : Privacy Setting

   
 
1. Shapes and Space

1. Shapes and Space

Inside – Outside

The and his
It was a cold winter day. The was travelling on the back.
At night, the pitched his tent and went inside it. The was outside.

Bigger - Smaller


Tick the Bigger
                                           
Tick the Smaller
                  
    
Tick the Smaller tyre
                

Biggest Smallest

Tick the Smallest tree
                               
Tick the biggest animal
                               
Tick the smallest fruit , Tick the biggest bubble

Top - Bottom

                               

Nearer - Farther

Tick the bird nearer to home
                                 
Tick the cat farther from the tree
                                 

Nearest - Farthest

Tick the puppy farthest from the tree
                          
Tick the tree nearest to the bird
                              

On - Under

Above - Below

Shapes around Us

Put the shapes in the pink and yellow boxes by drawing a line.

Sorting


Sort shapes by joining with similar shapes.

Rolling Sliding

Tick the objects that will roll
                                       
Tick the objects that will slide
                                         

Wise Grandmother

Once there was a lamb going to see his grandmother.
On the way through the jungle he met a wolf.
When he was about to return, he told the grandmother about the wolf.
The grandmother gave him an idea.
The grandmother rolled the dholak on the road.
The lamb saw the wolf waiting for him.
The wolf grew suspicious and started running behind the dholak.
Before the wolf would catch him, the lamb reached home and was thankful to his grandmother.

Shapes


Match the shapes of same sizes.
Match the same shapes.
Colour the smallest shape.
Join the similar shapes.

Make similar figures using the shape kit given at the back of this book.

Back to Top

Designed & Developed by ekShiksha Team
KEEP IN TOUCH Facebook  Facebook Google+  Google Twitter  Twitter
INITIATIVES Contribution Portal Translation Portal dwiBhashi Portal
USEFUL LINKS Contact Us About Us Feedback Site Map