Now look in your classroom and tell:
1.What is there on your left?
Ans. On my left is the wall of the classroom.
2.What things are there behind you?
Ans. Desk and other students are just behind me.
3.On whose left side are you sitting?
Ans. I am sitting left side of Ankit.
4.What is there on your right?
Ans. On my right is a window.
5.Who is sitting on your right?
Ans. Ankit is sitting on my right.
6.What is in front of you?
Ans. Blackboard is in front of me.
7.On whose right are you sitting?
Ans. I am sitting right side of Tanay.
8.This is a picture with Ruchira in the centre. In this picture, draw:
- A book behind Ruchira.
- An animal on Ruchira’s right.
- A chair on Ruchira’s left. ,
- A tree in front of Ruchira.
9.Guide Ruchira from home to school.
Find the school in the picture. Also find the way from Ruchira’s home to her school. Now, with a coloured pencil trace the way from Ruchira’s home to her school.
10.Which places will Ruchira find on her way from home to school? Write their names.
Ans. House —>Handpump —> Tree —> Well—>Bus stop —> Post office —> Hospital —>Shop —> Park
11.Which of these places will she find on her right and which places on her left?
12.How many times will Ruchira have to take a turn on her way from home to school.
Ans. Five times.
13.Given below is a smaller version of the earlier picture. In this there are symbols in place of pictures. Such a picture is called a map. Identify the symbols and write them.
14.Can you tell why these symbols are used?
Ans. Symbols are easier to draw and to use in a map. So, symbols are used in place of real objects in a map.
15.A list of symbols used in the map is given. Look carefully and write.
(a)How many houses are there in the map? .
(b)How many shops are there in the map?
(c)How many trees are there in the map?
(d)How many pumps are there in the map?
(e)Is the school closer to the post office or to the hospital?
Ans. The school is closer to the post office than to the hospital.
(f)What is near the bus stop?
Ans. Hand pump.
(g)Without the list of symbols could you have read the map?
Ans. No. I could not have read the map without the list of symbols.
(h) Write here the symbols you have learnt in Mathematics.
Ans. Symbols of mathematics are as follows:
- Addition (+)
- Subtraction (-)
- Multiplication (x)
- Division (÷)
- Circle (O)
- Rectangle (□)