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NCERT - Class 5
- 1 .The Fish Tale
- Indian and International Systems of Representation (Review)
- Representing numbers in Millions
- Let us identify the number
- Represent the number using Dominos
- What does the number represent?
- Standard and expanded forms
- Write in Numerals
- Identify the place value
- Conversion exercises
- Number systems and Representation
- Representing numbers upto 1 Billion
- Let us identify the number
- Represent the number using Dominos
- What does the number represent?
- Standard and expanded forms
- Write in Numerals
- Identify the place value
- Indian and International Systems of Representation (Review)
- 2. Shapes and Angles
- Introduction to Angles
- Introduction to angles
- How to compare angles
- Angles around a circle
- Relate rotation to degrees
- Guess my angle activity
- Naming Angles
- Measurement of Angles
- Make your own paper protractor
- Measure simple angles
- How to measure using real protractor
- Measure angles using protractor
- Types of Angles
- Types of Angles
- Acute Angle
- Obtuse Angle
- Right Angle
- Straight Angle
- Reflex Angle
- Angles around a circle
- Identify the Angles
- Introduction to Angles
- 3. How Many Squares?
- Introduction to Perimeter and Area (review)
- Introduction to Perimeter
- Count the links to find Perimeter
- Perimeters of common shapes
- Introduction to Area
- Paint the squares and count them
- Area of common shapes by counting squares
- Let us estimate the area of these shapes
- Perimeter and Area of Square and Rectangle
- Let us measure Perimeter using Ruler
- Why use unit squares to measure Area?
- Perimeter and Area of a Rectangle
- Perimeter and Area of a Square
- Calculate Perimeter and Area
- Area of irregular shapes
- Estimate the area of an irregular shape
- Estimate and Compare areas of shapes
- Area of compound shapes
- Introduction to Perimeter and Area (review)
- 4. Parts and Whole
- Fractions for collection of objects
- Fractions for collection of objects
- Can you represent and count?
- Let us plant some fruits
- Find the closest quarter
- Different ways of representing fractions
- Equivalent Fractions
- Equivalent Fraction Wall
- Find equivalent fractions
- Identify equivalent fractions
- Write the equivalent fraction
- Find the simplest form
- Are the given fractions equivalent?
- Color the equivalent fraction
- Fractions on a number line
- Fractions on a Number Line
- Represent fractions on a Number Line
- Compare Fractions using a Number Line
- Fractions for collection of objects
- 6. Be My Multiple, I will be Your Factor
- Factors and Multiples (review)
- What are Factors?
- Find all possible factors
- Unlock the Factor Tiles
- Introduction to Multiples
- Patterns in Multiples
- Shoot the Balloons - Factors
- Prime Factors
- What are Prime Factors?
- Properties of Prime Factors
- Prime Factors using Division Method
- Are the statements correct?
- Introduction to GCF and LCM
- Let us tile the floor
- GCF by finding squares
- GCF using Array model
- When will the riders meet?
- LCM using block models
- Divide the Chocolate bar equally
- Factors and Multiples (review)
- 8. Mapping Your Way
- 9. Boxes and Sketches
- 10. Tenths and Hundredths
- Introduction to Decimal Fractions - Part I
- Introduction to Decimal Fractions
- Let us represent Hundred divisions
- Decimals and Currency
- Let us represent currency using decimals
- Can you represent the decimal using currency?
- Introduction to Decimal Fractions - Part II
- Represent using place value blocks
- Represent the picture in decimals
- Identify the place value
- Expand the Decimal number
- Fraction as a decimal and vice versa
- Comparison of Decimal Fractions
- Equivalent Decimals
- Place Value Balance
- Decimal comparison using a numberline
- Comparison of decimals - Skill Practice
- Arrange the decimals
- Decimals on a Number line
- Exploring decimals on a numberline
- Represent on a numberline
- What is the decimal shown?
- Estimate the decimal
- Rounding of decimals using numberline
- Comparison of Decimal Fractions (upto thousandths)
- Introduction to Decimal Fractions - Part I
- 11. Area and its Boundary
- Introduction to Perimeter and Area (review)
- Introduction to Perimeter
- Count the links to find Perimeter
- Perimeters of common shapes
- Introduction to Area
- Paint the squares and count them
- Area of common shapes by counting squares
- Let us estimate the area of these shapes
- Perimeter and Area of Square and Rectangle
- Let us measure Perimeter using Ruler
- Why use unit squares to measure Area?
- Perimeter and Area of a Rectangle
- Perimeter and Area of a Square
- Calculate Perimeter and Area
- Area of irregular shapes
- Estimate the area of an irregular shape
- Estimate and Compare areas of shapes
- Area of compound shapes
- Introduction to Perimeter and Area (review)
- 12. Smart Charts
- Introduction to Data Representation (review)
- Representation using pictures
- Can you represent using pictures?
- How can we represent bigger data?
- Let us represent bigger data
- Fruits in a basket
- Data Representation Using Pictographs and Bar Charts - I
- Pictographs with Full and Half Pictures
- Can you represent using pictures?
- Let us build a Frequency Table
- Interpret a Bar Graph
- Let us create a Bar Graph
- Data Representation using Pictographs and Bar Graphs - II
- Horizontal Bar Graphs
- Bar Graphs with Multiple Groups
- Roll the Dice and represent the data
- Use of Rounding in Data Representation
- Introduction to Data Representation (review)
- 13. Ways to Multiply and Divide
- Multiplication Concepts (review)
- Let us have some noodles
- Represent using blocks
- Identify the problem
- Multiplication Express
- Build table using smaller tables
- Help me with the recipe
- Step by Step Multiplication
- Multiplication Techniques
- Commutative Property of Multiplication
- Distributive Property of Multiplication
- Using Distributive Property
- Using Distributive Property for bigger problems
- Story Problems
- Division Techniques
- Divide using array model
- Divide using place value dominos
- Long division using oranges - Revision
- Long division practice
- Division in everyday Life
- Multiplication Concepts (review)
- 14. How Big? How Heavy?
- Measurement of Weight
- Let us estimate the weights
- Conversion between Kilograms and Grams
- Let us add some weights
- Compare the weights of two objects
- How much weight do I need to add?
- Calculate the total weight
- How many objects do I need?
- Measurement of Volume
- Find the total volume
- Let us add some volumes
- Let us serve some Pepsi
- How many containers does it take?
- Introduction to Volume
- Can you count the number of cubes
- Let us fill the box with cubes
- Find the volume of the box
- Let us compare volumes
- Find the correct height
- Relate cube volume to liquid volume
- Measurement of Weight