Tuesday, April 21, 2015


     Living and  Non Living
Answer the following questions:
1.   What are living things? Give example.
Ans : Living things are things that are alive. Eg: animals, plants, germs, insects, birds.

2. What are non living things?
Ans : Non living things are things that are not alive or made from things that were once alive. Eg: a fan, rubber etc..

3. What are the important characteristics of living things.
a)   Living things grow.
b)  Living things give birth to young ones.
c)    They move from one place to another.
d)  They breathe in air.
e)   Living things respond to the changes in their environment.
f)     They need food and water to survive. 

4. Write the similarities between living and non living things.
Ans: The similarities between living and non living things are
a) Both are made up of matter.
b) They occupy space and have weight.

5. Stick pictures of living and non living things in notebook.
  ans:  As HW.

      Q.6:-Write the difference between living and non living things.
      QII) Fill in the blanks:
1.   Living thing  and  non living things occupy space and have weight.
2.    The human body works as a  big system that work together.
3.   Ears and nose grow continuously throughout the life.
4.   Adult body has 206  bones while a baby has 300 bones. 

Give reasons:
1.   Plants do not move from one place to another, still they are called as living things.
Ans: Plants do not move from one place to another which is an exception. But they possess all the other characteristics of living things.

2. Mountains grow in size, yet they are considered as non living things.
Ans:- Mountains grow in size because of decomposition of dust particles, earthquakes and other natural calamities.

 1. Name the different systems  in the human body.
Ans: The different systems are respiratory system, circulatory system, nervous system, muscular system, skeleton system, digestive system, excretory system.

2. Write   the functions of each system.
Ans : 1. Respiratory system:  Helps us breathe and gives us energy.
2. Circulatory system :- moves blood in the human body.
3. Nervous system : This allows information to flow in the human body.
4. Muscular system :- The muscles help us to move.
5. Skeletal system :- It provides stability to the body by helping the body to stand erect.
6. Digestive system : This converts the food we eat to provide energy.
7. Excretory system : - Helps to remove solid waste and urine from the body.

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Monday, April 20, 2015

paragraph writing (worksheet- pg.no .41)

                                                My  Best  Friend
          Let  me  tell you about my best  friend. My best friend’s name is Rini. She lives next door to me. We live in Krishna  Society.
         Every  morning  we go to school together  as we study in same school  and also  in  same class. In the evening  we go for the Karate class. Some  time   we play  in our society park. Even once in a year we all go for  family picnic. Last  December we had a nice picnic in Nicco park.
         Rini is very  polite, well behaved and  friendly. She always helps others. So, I like her a lot  and she is my best friend.

tha mice that ate the iron

Q.1.:  With whom did Naduk leave his iron chest  ?
Ans:- Naduk left his iron chest with his friend Laxman.

Q.2.: What lie has Laxman told his friend?

Ans:-Laxman told his friend that his chest has been eaten by the mice.

Q.3.:According to you  why has Naduk locked  up Laxman’s son?

Ans:- Naduk locked up Laxman’s son because he wanted to teach him a lesson.

Q.4.: Had Naduk really brought a present for his friend Laxman?

ANS:- No, Naduk had not brought any present for his friend Laxman.

Q 5.: What did Naduk do with Laxman’s son?

ANS:- Naduk  locked  up  Laxman’s  son  inside  his  house.

Q6.: Why did Laxman  cheat Naduk?

Ans:-  Laxman got greedy for money .He planned to sell off the iron chest
and make money from it .That’s why he cheated Naduk.