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Class - : Array
One Word Answer Questions:
Q) What is the highest Mountain range on the Earth?
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Q) Which animal is found in the desert?
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Q) What is the low land called that lies between mountains or hills called?
    
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Q) What type of trees are grown in Costal areas?
    
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Q) The Largest part of our area is covered with what?
    
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Short Answer Questions:
Q) What is a Desert?
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Q) What is land?
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Q) Describe our Earth?
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Q) What are Mountains?
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At The Ice Cream Parlour

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  • How Many Ice Cream Cones Are There?
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Numbers Up To 100

  • Count, Read, And Say
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  • Number Names Of The Following Numbers
Tens Ones
6 0
Sixty
Tens Ones
7 0
Seventy
Tens Ones
8 0
Eighty
Tens Ones
9 0
Ninety
Tens Ones
10 0
Hundred

The Fifties

  • Counting further On The Number Strip
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  • Count And Write The Numbers In The Boxes
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  • Read And Write The Numbers In Tens And Ones
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The Sixties

  • Counting further On The Number Strip
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  • Count And Write The Numbers In The Boxes
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  • Read And Write The Numbers In Tens And Ones
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The Seventies

  • Counting further On The Number Strip
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  • Count And Write The Numbers In The Boxes
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  • Read And Write The Numbers In Tens And Ones
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THE EIGHTIES

  • Counting further On The Number Strip
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  • Count And Write The Numbers In The Boxes
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  • Read And Write The Numbers In Tens And Ones
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The Nineties

  • Counting further On The Number Strip
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  • Counting further On The Number Strip
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  • Read And Write The Numbers In Tens And Ones
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Addition With Regrouping

  • Add 28 and 35.

Steps

  • Add the Ones.
    8 Ones + 5 Ones = 13 Ones.
    13 Ones = 1 ten 3 Ones.
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10 Ones = 1 ten
6 Tens and 3 Ones = 63.

Write 3 in the Ones column and take 1 ten to the Tens column.

  • Add the Tens.
    1 ten + 2 Tens + 3 Tens = 6 Tens.
    Write 6 Tens in the Tens column.
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Write 3 in the Ones column and take 1 ten to the Tens column.

  • Add 58 and 26.
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  • Add 48 and 24
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Subtraction (Count Backwards)

  • Subtract 6 from 50.
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Start from 50. Count 6 spaces backwards. You will reach 44.So,

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  • Subtract 9 from 32
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So, 32 - 9 = 23.
  • Subtract 5 from 29
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So, 29 - 5 = 24.

Subtracting Tens

  • Subtract 40 from 50.
    If we subtract Ones, zero subtracts zero equals to zero.
    So, we subtract the Tens only. Cross out the Tens and show it.
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So, 50 - 40 = 10.
  • Subtract 60 from 90.
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So, 90 - 60 = 30.

Subtraction With Regrouping

  • Subtract 28 from 42.

Steps

  • Subtract the Ones.
    2 Ones < 8Ones
    There is not enough Ones. So, we regroup:
    4 Tens and 2 Ones = 3 Tens and 12 Ones.
    12 Ones - 8 Ones = 4 Ones.
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  • Subtract the Tens
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  • Subtract 47 from 81.
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Checking Subtraction

  • For checking subtraction, we add the number which is subtracted to the difference.
  • Subtract 36 from 52 and check the difference.
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So, after checking, we can see that the sum of difference and the number which is subtracted is equal to the number which subtracts.
So, our answer is correct.

  • Subtract 56 from 89 and check the difference.
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Word Problems

  • Joseph need 100 rupees for a fair, but he collected 76 rupees from his classmates. How much more money does he need?
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So, Joseph needs 24 rupees more for the fair.
  • 48 kids went to the ground to play football and cricket, more 17 kids joined them. How many kids were there in total?
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So, 65 kids are there in total.
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