Family members play a huge role in shaping one?s personality.
Families give you have a healthy sense of competition.
Meet my grandparents My father's parents are my Paternal Grandparents.My mother's parents are my Maternal Grandparents.What do you call your grandparents?I call my father's parents dadoji and dadiji. I call my mother's parents nanaji and naniji.My paternal grandparents live with my uncle's family.My uncle is my father's brother. I call him chachaji.His wife is my aunt. I call her chachiji. I am their niece.My brother Rahul is their nephew. My uncle's son is my cousin. My uncle's family is a big family. It is called a joint family. My mother's brother is also my uncle. He is my maternal uncle. I call him mamaji. His wife is my aunt andI call her mamiji. Their son is also my cousin.Do You Known?
Family tree is a chart showing relationship between the people of a family.
MY SURNAME The last name of a person is his surname. Your name has two parts- first part is your name and second part is your surname. All the members of a family have a common surname.WE LEARN FROM OUR FAMILY Our family gives us love and care. We learn many things from our family.
Army man are our brave helpers. They protect our country.
There are many helpers in our neighbourhood. Let us- know about them.HELPERS A helper is a person who helps someone else. There are different people who do different works to help us in our daily life. They are called community helpers.1.Postman: Delivers our letters and parcels to the person whom we wish to send the same.2.Doctor: Looks after us when we are sick.3.Garbage cleaner: Removes garbage from the area surrounding our house4.Fireman: Puts out fire to save us from getting burnt.Remember
Helpers who come in our contact and we talk to them for our needs are called direct helpers. Eg.: Doctor, Barber, Lawyers, Carpenter, etc.
Helpers who do not come directly in our contact are indirect helpers Eg. Soldiers, police, etc.
5.Grocer: A grocer sells food and other things that are used at home.6.Mechanic: A mechanic repairs our vehicles.7.Potter: A potter makes clay pots for us.8.Astronaut: An Astronaut goes to space or travels in space.9. more...
The smallest bone in the human body in ear whereas the largest bone is in leg.
Your mouth produces about one liter of saliva each day.
Human teeth are just as strong as shark?s teeth.
In the previous class, you have learnt about the sense organs. Let us study them in detail.1.EYESEyes are the sense organs of the human body. They are located on the head. Every human being has 2 eyes. We see different things around us with the help of our eyes. Without eyes we cannot see anything.2.EARS Ears are the sense organs of the human body. They are located on each side of the head part of the body. Every human being has 2 ears.We can hear different types of sounds with the help of ears. Without ears, we cannot hear anything.3.NOSE Nose is a sense organ. It is also located on the head part of the body. Nose helps us to breathe and smell. Every human being has one nose.4.TONGUE Tongue is the sense organ of the human body. It is present inside the mouth. Every human being has one tongue. Tongue helps us to taste different food items.5.SKIN Skin is the sense organ of the human body. Skin is present all over the body. It protects us from the external environment and germs. Skin gives us the sense of touch.ORGAN SYSTEM Our body is made up of cells which combine together to form tissues. Tissues join to form organs. Organs do not more...
A banyan tree has a root system that is underground but it also has roots that start in its branches and grow down towards the ground.
Red mangrove trees can survive in salt water.
Plants are living organisms and provide us with food materials, wood, etc. They have many parts such as roots, stems, leaves, flowers, fruits, etc.PARTS OF A PLANT1.RootIt is that part of the plant that develops inside the soil. Roots absorb water and minerals from soil and send them to the other parts of plants through stem.2.StemStem gives support to upper part of the plant. Water and dissolved nutrients from the soil travel up through stems. Food from leaves come down to roots by stems.3.LeavesLeaves of different plants can have different shapes and sizes. Generally they are green in colour. In this part of the plant, food is produced with the help of sunlight. We eat leaves of many plants. For example: cabbage, spinach, etc.4.FlowersThey are the most colourful and beautiful part of a plant that produces fruit. Flowers attract humans and insects because of their fragrance. They are the reproductive parts of the plants. For example: Rose, Sunflower, etc.5.FruitsThey come out from flowers. They are the edible part of plants. We eat fruits like Apple, Banana, Orange, Grapes, etc.6.SeedsIt is the part of plant from which a baby plant grows. Seed contains food.TYPES OF PLANTS 1.HerbsThese are the small plants with soft stem. They have medicinal value as well.For example; Mint, Tulsi. more...
When we look at our surroundings, we discover different kinds of animals. Animals are found all over the world.TYPES OF ANIMALS1.Wild Animals: Animals that live in jungles are called wild animals. They wander freely in jungles. You can also see some wild animals in the zoo. Wild animals are ferocious and dangerous so they cannot live with us. The examples include tiger, lions, fox, bear, rhinoceroses, etc.2.Domestic Animals: Have you ever seen these small animals in your home, garden or at park? What are these animals called?Interesting Facts
Cats are one of the most popular pets in the world.
Cats use their whiskers to check whether a space is too small for them to fit through or not.
Goats are great companions for other farm animals.
A dog's sense of smell is 1000 times greater than a human.
Animals that live with us are called domestic animals. more...
Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) is considered less harmful for the environment.
MEANS OF TRANSPORT Means of transport help us to move from one place to another. There are three means of transport.(A) Land TransportVehicles such as cycles, rickshaws, scooters, motorcycles, cars, trucks, trains, etc. move on land only. These are known as land transport. Land transport are used to move g from one place to another or even from one city to another.(B) Water TransportVehicles such as boat, ships, steamer, submarine, yatch, of etc. can move in water only. These are known as water transport.(C) Air TransportVehicles such as aeroplane, helicopter, jet planes, etc., can move in air only. These are known as air transport. Air transport is the fastest means of transport. They cover long distances in short time. This mode of transport is most expensive.Do you know?
Dr. Martin Cooper invented the first mobile phone on 3rd April, 1973.
MEANS OF COMMUNICATION Do you feel happy when you receive a card or an e-mail wishing you 'Happy birthday'?Communication means sending or receiving messages. There are many ways by which we can communicate with people living in other places.(A) By PostA letter is a popular means of communication. We can buy inland letters and postcards from a post office. We can write our messages in them and then drop them in the post box. They reach our friends and relatives in a few days. Letter is the cheapest means of transport.Urgent letters can be sent through speed post or by courier.(B) Telephone ServiceThe telephone is the fastest means of communication. We use a telephone to talk to our friends living within the city, in other cities and even in other countries. These days mobile phones are very popular. They are also used to send text messages and pictures. The fax is used to send a written message, a letter or a photograph to someone instantly.(C) Computers more...
The first successful laptop computer was introduced in 1983.
Charles Babbage is known as the "Father of Computer.
GADGETS WE USE 1.Television: It is used to watch television shows and programs to boost knowledge and improve character.2.Air conditioner: Air conditioner is used to produce cool ventilation inside the buildings.3.Computers: Computers in homes is used to listen music, reading the news and writing.4.Mobile phones: Mobile phones are used for voice and simple text messaging services.5.Refrigerator: Refrigerator is used to keep food cool so that they stay fresh longer.6.Microwave oven: It is an electric oven that heats and cools food and also used for heating in many industrial processes.7.Vacuum cleaner: Vacuum cleaner is used to suck up dust and dirt.8.Washing machine: It is a device used to wash laundry.Do you know?
Refrigerator spends around 10% of total electricity in common household.
Microwave ovens are one of the most popular kitchen appliances in the world.
India is the world's largest, oldest and continuous civilization.
Lotus temple is probably the first crafted structure in Delhi.
Feroz Shah Kotla is the 2nd oldest international cricket stadium.
India is the most beautiful country in the world. There are many famous places in India and Delhi is the capital of India. There are 4 metro cities in India. Let us study about them; 1.Delhi: Delhi is one of the 4 metro cities of India.
Famous festivals: Lohri, Diwali
Famous dance : Bhangra
Famous food : Chole Bhature, Biryani
Clothes: Men-Pajama with Kurta; Women- Salwar Kameez
Do you Know?
Mumbai got its name from a popular goddess temple Mumba Devi Mandir.
Mumbai is the hub of hindi film industry in India.
There are more stars in the universe than grains of sand on all the beaches on earth.
Universe: The universe is everything we can touch, feel, sense, measure or detect. It includes living things, planets, stars, light, clouds, etc. Solar system: The solar system includes the Sun, the Earth and all of the other planets that go around the Sun. There are eight planets in our solar system and one dwarf planet. Sun:The Sun about 5 billion years old, is our nearest star, made up of extremely hot gases. Sunlight takes 8 minutes to reach the Earth's surface.Do you know?
Same planets like Earth are made of rocks and some like Jupiter are made of gas.
Planets1.Mercury: It is the smallest and closest planet to the Sun. 2.Venus: It is the second closest planet to the Sun, known as the evening as well as morning star. It is the hottest planet.3.Earth: It is the third planet. Life is possible only on this planet because it has air and water and it is neither too hot nor too cold.4.Mars: It is the fourth planet and known as the Red planet because of presence of iron minerals.5.Jupiter; It is the largest planet of the solar system.6.Saturn; It is the second largest planet of the solar system and is surrounded by ring-like structures. more...