Friday, 20 October 2017

Rc No 315 - SCERT - Andhra Pradesh - Amaravati - National Teacher’s Platform. Andhra Pradesh - Energizing the Text Books -Deputation of Hindi Teachers

Rc No 315 - SCERT - Andhra Pradesh - Amaravati - National Teacher’s Platform. Andhra Pradesh - Energizing the Text Books -Deputation of Hindi Teachers

PROCEEDING OF THE DIRECTOR, STATE COUNCIL OF EDUCATIONAL
RESEARCH AND TRAINING, ANDHRA PRADESH, AMARAVATI
Present: Smt. M.V.Rajyalakshmi

Proc.Rc.No.315/ B/SCERT/NTPAP/2017     Dated. 20.10.2017.

Sub: SCERT - Andhra Pradesh - Amaravali - National Teacher’s Platform. Andhra Pradesh - Energizing the Text Books -Deputation of Hindi Teachers - Orders — Issued Regarding.

NCTE is working to build the National Teacher Platform(NTP) an open source shared technology infa structure to better serve over 10 million educators-all teachers in schools, teacher educators and student teachers in Teacher Education Institutions. NCTE believes that States have a huge role to play and a strong centre-state partnership is crucial for this mission.

For this mission. [T cell. Commissioner of School Education. AP. Amaravati informed SCERT to organize a workshop on Energizing Hindi Text books Class VI to X, from 23-10-2017 to 25.10.2017 at SCERT, Ibrahimpatnam, Amaravati.

Hence the District Educational Officers are requested to depute the identified Hindi Teachers (list annexed) of concerned district to the workshop with instructions to report to Director, SCERT,AP, Amaravati at 9.00 A.M on 23.10.2017. The TA & DA will be paid according to the APTA norms.
The list of participants is annexed.
Encloser: List of Resource Persons

Director.
SCERT,AP, Amaravati
Rc No 315 - SCERT - Andhra Pradesh - Amaravati - National Teacher’s Platform. Andhra Pradesh - Energizing the Text Books -Deputation of Hindi Teachers

PROCEEDING OF THE DIRECTOR, STATE COUNCIL OF EDUCATIONAL
RESEARCH AND TRAINING, ANDHRA PRADESH, AMARAVATI
Present: Smt. M.V.Rajyalakshmi

Proc.Rc.No.315/ B/SCERT/NTPAP/2017     Dated. 20.10.2017.

Sub: SCERT - Andhra Pradesh - Amaravali - National Teacher’s Platform. Andhra Pradesh - Energizing the Text Books -Deputation of Hindi Teachers - Orders — Issued Regarding.

NCTE is working to build the National Teacher Platform(NTP) an open source shared technology infa structure to better serve over 10 million educators-all teachers in schools, teacher educators and student teachers in Teacher Education Institutions. NCTE believes that States have a huge role to play and a strong centre-state partnership is crucial for this mission.

For this mission. [T cell. Commissioner of School Education. AP. Amaravati informed SCERT to organize a workshop on Energizing Hindi Text books Class VI to X, from 23-10-2017 to 25.10.2017 at SCERT, Ibrahimpatnam, Amaravati.

Hence the District Educational Officers are requested to depute the identified Hindi Teachers (list annexed) of concerned district to the workshop with instructions to report to Director, SCERT,AP, Amaravati at 9.00 A.M on 23.10.2017. The TA & DA will be paid according to the APTA norms.
The list of participants is annexed.
Encloser: List of Resource Persons

Director.
SCERT,AP, Amaravati

AP- Rc.No. 405 - National Awards for Innovations in Educational Administration during the year 2017-18

AP- Rc.No. 405 - National Awards for Innovations in Educational Administration during the year 2017-18

PROCEEDINGS OF THE COMMISSIONER OF SCHOOL EDUCATION
::A.P.:: AMARAVATI
Present: K SANDHYA RANI, I.Po.S.,
Rc.No. 405/A & I/2017       Dated: 18.10.2017
Sub:- School Education - National Awards for Innovations in Educational Administration during the year 2017-18 conducted by the NUEPA, New Delhi scheduled to be held in New Delhi during January/February 2018 — Request - Regarding.

Read:- 1. F.No.01/EAD/NAIEA/2017 - 2018, dt: 03-08-2017 of Professor N.V. Varghese, Acting Vice-Chancellor, NUEPA, New Delhi.
2. This Officer Procs. Rc.No. 405/A & I/2015, dated: 04.09.2017
3. This Officer Procs. Rc.No. 405/A & I/2015, dated: 06.10.2017
4. F.No.0l/EAD/NAIEA/2017 - 2018, dt: 11-10-2017 of Professor
Kumar Suresh, Head, Department of Educational Administration, NUEPA, New Delhi.

The attention of all the Regional Joint Directors of School Education and
District Educational Officers in the State is invited to the references 2nd and 3rd read above, wherein they were requested to send best nominations of the District Educational Officers/Dy.Eos/Mandal Educational Officers, who have made remarkable innovations in educational administration with all details in the prescribed format, from the respective Zones/ Districts by hard and soft copies on or before 10-10-2017 to this office. But no information is received from them so far.

Therefore, all the Regional Joint l)irectors of School Education and District Educational Officers in the State arc once again requested to send best nominations of the District Educational Officers/Dy.Eos/Mandal Educational Officers, who have made remarkable innovations in educational administration with all details in the prescribed format, from the respective Zones by hard and soft copies on or before 27-10-2017 to this office, so as to enable this office scrutinise the same at State Level and the selected Best Practices at State Level will be furnished Lv NUEAPA for consideration of National Awards for the year 2017-18, as the GoI is pressing for want of the same in the reference 4th read above.
Top priority should be given to this item of work.
                               M. VENKATA KRISHNA REDDY
                        FOR COMMISSIONER OF SCHOOL EDUCATION
AP- Rc.No. 405 - National Awards for Innovations in Educational Administration during the year 2017-18

PROCEEDINGS OF THE COMMISSIONER OF SCHOOL EDUCATION
::A.P.:: AMARAVATI
Present: K SANDHYA RANI, I.Po.S.,
Rc.No. 405/A & I/2017       Dated: 18.10.2017
Sub:- School Education - National Awards for Innovations in Educational Administration during the year 2017-18 conducted by the NUEPA, New Delhi scheduled to be held in New Delhi during January/February 2018 — Request - Regarding.

Read:- 1. F.No.01/EAD/NAIEA/2017 - 2018, dt: 03-08-2017 of Professor N.V. Varghese, Acting Vice-Chancellor, NUEPA, New Delhi.
2. This Officer Procs. Rc.No. 405/A & I/2015, dated: 04.09.2017
3. This Officer Procs. Rc.No. 405/A & I/2015, dated: 06.10.2017
4. F.No.0l/EAD/NAIEA/2017 - 2018, dt: 11-10-2017 of Professor
Kumar Suresh, Head, Department of Educational Administration, NUEPA, New Delhi.

The attention of all the Regional Joint Directors of School Education and
District Educational Officers in the State is invited to the references 2nd and 3rd read above, wherein they were requested to send best nominations of the District Educational Officers/Dy.Eos/Mandal Educational Officers, who have made remarkable innovations in educational administration with all details in the prescribed format, from the respective Zones/ Districts by hard and soft copies on or before 10-10-2017 to this office. But no information is received from them so far.

Therefore, all the Regional Joint l)irectors of School Education and District Educational Officers in the State arc once again requested to send best nominations of the District Educational Officers/Dy.Eos/Mandal Educational Officers, who have made remarkable innovations in educational administration with all details in the prescribed format, from the respective Zones by hard and soft copies on or before 27-10-2017 to this office, so as to enable this office scrutinise the same at State Level and the selected Best Practices at State Level will be furnished Lv NUEAPA for consideration of National Awards for the year 2017-18, as the GoI is pressing for want of the same in the reference 4th read above.
Top priority should be given to this item of work.
                               M. VENKATA KRISHNA REDDY
                        FOR COMMISSIONER OF SCHOOL EDUCATION

Thursday, 19 October 2017

AP SSC March-2017 Prathiba Awards Provisional List

AP SSC March-2017 Prathiba Awards Provisional List

AP SSC March-2017 Prathiba Awards Provisional List

Click Here to Get the Profarma to be submitted by the student for PRATIBHA AWARDS

Click Here to Download  Prathibha Awards List (All Districts)
AP SSC March-2017 Prathiba Awards Provisional List

AP SSC March-2017 Prathiba Awards Provisional List

Click Here to Get the Profarma to be submitted by the student for PRATIBHA AWARDS

Click Here to Download  Prathibha Awards List (All Districts)

DDOs in their jurisdictions to enter the mobile numbers of their employees In HRMS package immediately






DDOs in their jurisdictions to enter the mobile numbers of their employees In HRMS package immediately

GOVERNMENT OF ANDHRA PRADESH
DEPARTMENT OF TREASURIES AND ACCOUNTS.

Circular Memo NO: H3/7218/2014. Dated 18 -10-2017.

Sub: HRMS package — Data entry of employee’s mobile number in Employee updation module — Necessary provision to be made — Request — Regarding.

Ref: G. 0 Ms NO: 176 Finance (HR.V- Pensions) Department dated 12-10-2017.

Attention of Deputy Directors of all (13) District Treasuries in the state is drawn to the above subject and reference cited.

The Government has issued orders for implementation of online pension proposals by retired employees in Web application developed by the DTA on pilot basis in three departments from 01-10-2017 onwards. As per para 4 (1) of the said G.O., SMS Alerts to all employees retiring in next 6 months reminding them to submit pension proposals.

In this connection, Data entry of employee’s mobile number in Employee Updation module of HRMS package is necessary for alerting the employees who due to retire from service within 6 months. All the Treasury Officers in the State arerequested to address the DDOs in their jurisdictions to enter the mobile numbers of their employees In HRMS package immediately.

Sd/- Smt K. Kanakavalli
Director of Treasuries and Accounts.

Click Here to Get the Memo in PDF format





DDOs in their jurisdictions to enter the mobile numbers of their employees In HRMS package immediately

GOVERNMENT OF ANDHRA PRADESH
DEPARTMENT OF TREASURIES AND ACCOUNTS.

Circular Memo NO: H3/7218/2014. Dated 18 -10-2017.

Sub: HRMS package — Data entry of employee’s mobile number in Employee updation module — Necessary provision to be made — Request — Regarding.

Ref: G. 0 Ms NO: 176 Finance (HR.V- Pensions) Department dated 12-10-2017.

Attention of Deputy Directors of all (13) District Treasuries in the state is drawn to the above subject and reference cited.

The Government has issued orders for implementation of online pension proposals by retired employees in Web application developed by the DTA on pilot basis in three departments from 01-10-2017 onwards. As per para 4 (1) of the said G.O., SMS Alerts to all employees retiring in next 6 months reminding them to submit pension proposals.

In this connection, Data entry of employee’s mobile number in Employee Updation module of HRMS package is necessary for alerting the employees who due to retire from service within 6 months. All the Treasury Officers in the State arerequested to address the DDOs in their jurisdictions to enter the mobile numbers of their employees In HRMS package immediately.

Sd/- Smt K. Kanakavalli
Director of Treasuries and Accounts.

Click Here to Get the Memo in PDF format

Friday, 22 September 2017

Try This - 5th Class Mathematics - Page No 12

1. Tick the most appropriate answer to these problems given below.

Hint : What is the largest possible answer in each case?
         What is the smallest possible answer in each case?

Try This - 5th Class Mathematics - Page No 12
Try This - 5th Class Mathematics - Page No 12
2. Put the appropriate signs.
Example : 584 = 486 + 421 - 323
(a) 584 = 205    ...........     201    ...........     580
(b) 584 = 266    ...........     124    ...........     194
(c) 584 = 1000    ...........     350    ...........     66
1. Tick the most appropriate answer to these problems given below.

Hint : What is the largest possible answer in each case?
         What is the smallest possible answer in each case?

Try This - 5th Class Mathematics - Page No 12
Try This - 5th Class Mathematics - Page No 12
2. Put the appropriate signs.
Example : 584 = 486 + 421 - 323
(a) 584 = 205    ...........     201    ...........     580
(b) 584 = 266    ...........     124    ...........     194
(c) 584 = 1000    ...........     350    ...........     66

Saturday, 15 July 2017

Do not find the exact answer. Just estimate! (Bigger Number 5th Maths, Page No 11)

Do not find the exact answer. Just estimate!

Choose an answer closest to the correct answer and encircle it.

1. Shambhu went to the market and spent  Rs 128 on food items and Rs413 on
clothes. About how much money did Shambhu spend in the market?
Rs400              Rs500               Rs600

2. Ganga goes to the market with Rs372 and spends Rs 193. About how much
money does she have in her purse now?
Rs200             Rs100               Rs300

3. Krishna has ` 321 in his purse. His mother gives him ` 618 more. About
how much money does Krishna have in his purse now?
900                   1200                     800
4. There are 1482 men and 1683 women in Rachapally village according to the
2011 census. About how much is the population of the village?
3000                 4000                      5000
5. There are 842 pages in a book. Anthony has read 421 pages. About how
many pages does he still has to read?
500                    300                         400
6. There are 417 coconut trees in one grove and 386 in the other. About how
many trees are there in all in the two groves?
700                   900                           800
7. About how much is 904 more than 418?
500                   600                            400
Do not find the exact answer. Just estimate!

Choose an answer closest to the correct answer and encircle it.

1. Shambhu went to the market and spent  Rs 128 on food items and Rs413 on
clothes. About how much money did Shambhu spend in the market?
Rs400              Rs500               Rs600

2. Ganga goes to the market with Rs372 and spends Rs 193. About how much
money does she have in her purse now?
Rs200             Rs100               Rs300

3. Krishna has ` 321 in his purse. His mother gives him ` 618 more. About
how much money does Krishna have in his purse now?
900                   1200                     800
4. There are 1482 men and 1683 women in Rachapally village according to the
2011 census. About how much is the population of the village?
3000                 4000                      5000
5. There are 842 pages in a book. Anthony has read 421 pages. About how
many pages does he still has to read?
500                    300                         400
6. There are 417 coconut trees in one grove and 386 in the other. About how
many trees are there in all in the two groves?
700                   900                           800
7. About how much is 904 more than 418?
500                   600                            400

Do This (Bigger Numbers 5th Maths, Page No 10 &11)

Do This?

1. You must get 999
(a) 235 + 341 + _________ = 999
(b) 630 + _________ + _________ = 999
(c) _________ + _________ + _________ = 999
(d) _________ + _________ + _________ = 999

2. Identify the rule and fill the blanks.
(a) 25 + 75 = 100            (b) 60 + 40 = 100
      100 - 25 = _____             100 - ___ = 60
(c) 48 + 58 = 106             (d) 36 + 89 = _____
      106 - ___ = 48                 125 - 36 = _____
(e) 150 + 325 = 475         (f) 267 + 625 = 892
      475 - 150 = _____           892 - ___ = 267
(g) 567 + 115 = 682          (h) 1235 + 4111 = 5346
      682 - 115 = _____            5346 - ___ = 4111
(i) 6247 + 2984 = 9231      (j) 6250 + 2500 = 8750
____ - 6247 = 2984                 8750 - 2500 = _____

3. Identify the rule and fill the blanks.
(a) 39 + 42 = 42 + _____
(b) 121 + 99 = 99 + _____
(c) 536 + 677 = _____ + 536
(d) 1010 + 69 = _____ + 1010
(e) _____ + 1747 = 1747 + 3829
(f) 9017 + _____ = 1150 + 9017
Do This?

1. You must get 999
(a) 235 + 341 + _________ = 999
(b) 630 + _________ + _________ = 999
(c) _________ + _________ + _________ = 999
(d) _________ + _________ + _________ = 999

2. Identify the rule and fill the blanks.
(a) 25 + 75 = 100            (b) 60 + 40 = 100
      100 - 25 = _____             100 - ___ = 60
(c) 48 + 58 = 106             (d) 36 + 89 = _____
      106 - ___ = 48                 125 - 36 = _____
(e) 150 + 325 = 475         (f) 267 + 625 = 892
      475 - 150 = _____           892 - ___ = 267
(g) 567 + 115 = 682          (h) 1235 + 4111 = 5346
      682 - 115 = _____            5346 - ___ = 4111
(i) 6247 + 2984 = 9231      (j) 6250 + 2500 = 8750
____ - 6247 = 2984                 8750 - 2500 = _____

3. Identify the rule and fill the blanks.
(a) 39 + 42 = 42 + _____
(b) 121 + 99 = 99 + _____
(c) 536 + 677 = _____ + 536
(d) 1010 + 69 = _____ + 1010
(e) _____ + 1747 = 1747 + 3829
(f) 9017 + _____ = 1150 + 9017

Wednesday, 12 July 2017

Population of some villages in Karimnagar district(Big Numbers- 5th Maths -Page No 10)

Population of some villages in Karimnagar district

The population of some villages in Sircilla Mandal of Karimnagar district as per
2001 census are given below.
Population of some villages in Karimnagar district(Big Numbers- 5th Maths -Page No 10)

Source: 2001 census
Answer the following-
(a) Find out the total population of each village and complete the table given
above.
(b) In which villages is the female population less than the male population?
By how much?
(c) About how many men are there in all the villages? Encircle the nearest of the
following.
7000 8000 9000
(d) About how many women are there in all the villages? Encircle the nearest of
the following.
7000 8000 9000
(e) About how much is the total population of the four villages? Encircle the
nearest of the following.
14000 16000 18000
Population of some villages in Karimnagar district

The population of some villages in Sircilla Mandal of Karimnagar district as per
2001 census are given below.
Population of some villages in Karimnagar district(Big Numbers- 5th Maths -Page No 10)

Source: 2001 census
Answer the following-
(a) Find out the total population of each village and complete the table given
above.
(b) In which villages is the female population less than the male population?
By how much?
(c) About how many men are there in all the villages? Encircle the nearest of the
following.
7000 8000 9000
(d) About how many women are there in all the villages? Encircle the nearest of
the following.
7000 8000 9000
(e) About how much is the total population of the four villages? Encircle the
nearest of the following.
14000 16000 18000

Buying things for the house (Big Numbers -5th Maths - Page No 9)

Buying things for the house
 
Sridhar needs the following things for his house. So he goes to the market and finds the cost of each item.

Fan - ` 1175
Bed - ` 2950
Cupboard - ` 4080
Cycle - ` 3690
Gas stove - ` 1200

(a) How much do the bed and cupboard cost together?
(b) If Sridhar goes to the market with ` 10,000, can he buy all the things mentioned
above? Estimate without adding the costs of all the items.
(c) Make more word problems of addition and subtraction based on the above
information.
Buying things for the house
 
Sridhar needs the following things for his house. So he goes to the market and finds the cost of each item.

Fan - ` 1175
Bed - ` 2950
Cupboard - ` 4080
Cycle - ` 3690
Gas stove - ` 1200

(a) How much do the bed and cupboard cost together?
(b) If Sridhar goes to the market with ` 10,000, can he buy all the things mentioned
above? Estimate without adding the costs of all the items.
(c) Make more word problems of addition and subtraction based on the above
information.

Sunday, 9 July 2017

Addition and subtraction of bigger numbers (Big Numbers - 5th Maths - Page No 8)

Addition and subtraction of bigger numbers

Children are doing bigger additions and subtractions in class today.

Jyothi teacher put this problem on the board-   2987+3451=?

Addition and subtraction of bigger numbers (Big Numbers - 5th Maths - Page No 8)

(a) Who has done the problem incorrectly? Discuss the reason for the mistake
with your friends.

The teacher then wrote another problem on the board.  4617 - 1978 = ?

Addition and subtraction of bigger numbers (Big Numbers - 5th Maths - Page No 8)

(b) Who has done the problem incorrectly? Discuss the reason for the mistake
with your friends.
Addition and subtraction of bigger numbers

Children are doing bigger additions and subtractions in class today.

Jyothi teacher put this problem on the board-   2987+3451=?

Addition and subtraction of bigger numbers (Big Numbers - 5th Maths - Page No 8)

(a) Who has done the problem incorrectly? Discuss the reason for the mistake
with your friends.

The teacher then wrote another problem on the board.  4617 - 1978 = ?

Addition and subtraction of bigger numbers (Big Numbers - 5th Maths - Page No 8)

(b) Who has done the problem incorrectly? Discuss the reason for the mistake
with your friends.

The highest mountains(Big Numbers - 5th Maths - Page No 7)

The heights of the bigger mountains in the world are given below.
The highest mountains(Big Numbers - 5th Maths - Page No 7)

(a) Write the names of mountains in the order of their heights from highest to
lowest.
The highest mountains(Big Numbers - 5th Maths - Page No 7)

(b) Which is the highest mountain in the world? Is the height about 8000 m or
9000 m?
The heights of the bigger mountains in the world are given below.
The highest mountains(Big Numbers - 5th Maths - Page No 7)

(a) Write the names of mountains in the order of their heights from highest to
lowest.
The highest mountains(Big Numbers - 5th Maths - Page No 7)

(b) Which is the highest mountain in the world? Is the height about 8000 m or
9000 m?

Do This (Big Numbers - 5th Maths - Page No 6)

1. (a) Complete the table as shown below-

3666 = three thousand six hundred and sixty six
= 3 thousand + 6 hundred + 6 ten + 6 ones
= 3000 + 600 + 60 + 6

3579 = ________________________________________
= ________________________________________
= ________________________________________

3584 = ________________________________________
= ________________________________________
= ________________________________________

3967 = ________________________________________
= ________________________________________
= ________________________________________

3200 = ________________________________________
= ________________________________________
= ________________________________________

(b) Which is the largest number and which is the smallest number?

2. Write the greatest and smallest four digit numbers that can be made from the
following digits.
Do This (Big Numbers - 5th Maths - Page No 6)

3. Encircle the place value of the underlined digit in the number.
(a) 8999     = 900, 90, 9000, 9
(b) 7074     = 4, 40, 400, 4000
(c) 6363     = 600, 6000, 60, 6
(d) 1273     = 1, 1000, 100, 10
(e) 9291     = 9000, 90, 9, 900
1. (a) Complete the table as shown below-

3666 = three thousand six hundred and sixty six
= 3 thousand + 6 hundred + 6 ten + 6 ones
= 3000 + 600 + 60 + 6

3579 = ________________________________________
= ________________________________________
= ________________________________________

3584 = ________________________________________
= ________________________________________
= ________________________________________

3967 = ________________________________________
= ________________________________________
= ________________________________________

3200 = ________________________________________
= ________________________________________
= ________________________________________

(b) Which is the largest number and which is the smallest number?

2. Write the greatest and smallest four digit numbers that can be made from the
following digits.
Do This (Big Numbers - 5th Maths - Page No 6)

3. Encircle the place value of the underlined digit in the number.
(a) 8999     = 900, 90, 9000, 9
(b) 7074     = 4, 40, 400, 4000
(c) 6363     = 600, 6000, 60, 6
(d) 1273     = 1, 1000, 100, 10
(e) 9291     = 9000, 90, 9, 900

Comparing bigger numbers (Big Numbers - 5th Mathematics)

Comparing bigger numbers
Chandu and Sindhu are making numbers with digits 0-9 again
Comparing bigger numbers (Big Numbers - 5th Class)
Chandu : How do you know that your number is bigger than mine?
Sindhu : Let me show you.

She writes in her notebook.

3671 = 3 thousands + 6 hundreds + 7 tens + 1 one
= 3000 + 600 + 70 + 1

3167 = 3 thousands + 1 hundred + 6 tens + 7 ones
= 3000 + 100 + 60 + 7

There are 3 thousands in both 3671 and 3167. However, there are 6 hundreds in
3671 and 1 hundred in 3167.
So, 3671 is more than 3167.

Now, you make all the four digit numbers that are possible with the digits 3, 6, 7, 1.
Hint : 24 such numbers are possible
____________ ____________ ____________ ____________
____________ ____________ ____________ ____________
____________ ____________ ____________ ____________
____________ ____________ ____________ ____________
____________ ____________ ____________ ____________
____________ ____________ ____________ ____________
(a) Which is the largest number?
(b) Which is the smallest number?
Comparing bigger numbers
Chandu and Sindhu are making numbers with digits 0-9 again
Comparing bigger numbers (Big Numbers - 5th Class)
Chandu : How do you know that your number is bigger than mine?
Sindhu : Let me show you.

She writes in her notebook.

3671 = 3 thousands + 6 hundreds + 7 tens + 1 one
= 3000 + 600 + 70 + 1

3167 = 3 thousands + 1 hundred + 6 tens + 7 ones
= 3000 + 100 + 60 + 7

There are 3 thousands in both 3671 and 3167. However, there are 6 hundreds in
3671 and 1 hundred in 3167.
So, 3671 is more than 3167.

Now, you make all the four digit numbers that are possible with the digits 3, 6, 7, 1.
Hint : 24 such numbers are possible
____________ ____________ ____________ ____________
____________ ____________ ____________ ____________
____________ ____________ ____________ ____________
____________ ____________ ____________ ____________
____________ ____________ ____________ ____________
____________ ____________ ____________ ____________
(a) Which is the largest number?
(b) Which is the smallest number?

The 100 Number Table(Big Numbers - 5th Mathematics)

The 100 Number Table

We had used this beads mala with 100 beads in class 4.
 The 100 Number Table(Big Numbers - 5th Mathematics)

(a) How many numbers are there in each row?
(b) What is the difference between any 2 consecutive numbers in any row?
(c) What is the difference between any 2 consecutive numbers in any column?

Now, carefully look at the darkened window with 54 at its centre.

What is the relationship that 54 has with all the numbers surrounding it. Let us find out.
 The 100 Number Table(Big Numbers - 5th Mathematics)

54 is one more than 53 and one less than 55.
54 is 10 more than 44 and 10 less than 64.
54 is 11 more than 43 and 11 less than 65.
54 is 9 more than 45 and 9 less than 63.

(d) Now choose any other window from the number chart, and see whether the
relationships are the same.

Do This

Now fill up the following windows based on the above relationships.
 The 100 Number Table(Big Numbers - 5th Mathematics)


The 100 Number Table

We had used this beads mala with 100 beads in class 4.
 The 100 Number Table(Big Numbers - 5th Mathematics)

(a) How many numbers are there in each row?
(b) What is the difference between any 2 consecutive numbers in any row?
(c) What is the difference between any 2 consecutive numbers in any column?

Now, carefully look at the darkened window with 54 at its centre.

What is the relationship that 54 has with all the numbers surrounding it. Let us find out.
 The 100 Number Table(Big Numbers - 5th Mathematics)

54 is one more than 53 and one less than 55.
54 is 10 more than 44 and 10 less than 64.
54 is 11 more than 43 and 11 less than 65.
54 is 9 more than 45 and 9 less than 63.

(d) Now choose any other window from the number chart, and see whether the
relationships are the same.

Do This

Now fill up the following windows based on the above relationships.
 The 100 Number Table(Big Numbers - 5th Mathematics)


Saturday, 18 July 2015

Big Numbers-2 (5th Class)

Raghavendra's wholesale shop


Raghavendra is a wholesale merchant. He has stocked the grains and pulses. He sells to various grocercy shops like this-
Big Numbers-2 (www.naabadi.net)


Now answer the following questions.
(a) How many sugar bags are there in the shop? How many kg of sugar is there
in the shop?
(b) How many kg of Bengal gram is there in the shop?
(c) The weight of which pair of items is less than 1000 kg?
(d) The weight of which pair of items is equal to 1000 kg?
(e) Which items are more than 1000 kg in weight?
(f) What is the weight of wheat, maize and rice taken together?
(g) Make more questions of your choice on the picture given in the previous
page.
Raghavendra's wholesale shop


Raghavendra is a wholesale merchant. He has stocked the grains and pulses. He sells to various grocercy shops like this-
Big Numbers-2 (www.naabadi.net)


Now answer the following questions.
(a) How many sugar bags are there in the shop? How many kg of sugar is there
in the shop?
(b) How many kg of Bengal gram is there in the shop?
(c) The weight of which pair of items is less than 1000 kg?
(d) The weight of which pair of items is equal to 1000 kg?
(e) Which items are more than 1000 kg in weight?
(f) What is the weight of wheat, maize and rice taken together?
(g) Make more questions of your choice on the picture given in the previous
page.

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