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A Trip to Bhopal
TodaySugandhaisveryexcited.Allthechildrenofherschoolare
going on a trip to Bhopal with their teachers.
Ms. Meenakshi and Mr. Rakesh are talking
aboutthenumberofbusesneeded.
Ms.Meenakshi—Wewillneed4buses.
Mr.Rakesh Ithinkweneedatleast5.
Ms.Meenakshi Eachbushas50seats.
Mr.Rakesh Letusseehowmanychildrenaregoing.
—
—
—
Children should be encouraged to estimate first and then find out the answer using any
methodtheywant.Itisimportanttodiscussthemethodschildrenusetosolveaproblem.
D
D
D
Sothereareatotalof__________childrengoing.
Iftheyget4buses,howmanychildrenwillgetseats?_______
Willtherebeanychildrenleftwithoutseats?
Do we need 4 buses?
One bus can take 50
children, 4 buses
can take 50 × 4....?
We can
share seats.
For just a few
children, we can't
get another bus!
Class Number of children
I 33
II 32
III 42
IV 50
V 53
Total
23
3
Rationalised 2023-24
Page 2


A Trip to Bhopal
TodaySugandhaisveryexcited.Allthechildrenofherschoolare
going on a trip to Bhopal with their teachers.
Ms. Meenakshi and Mr. Rakesh are talking
aboutthenumberofbusesneeded.
Ms.Meenakshi—Wewillneed4buses.
Mr.Rakesh Ithinkweneedatleast5.
Ms.Meenakshi Eachbushas50seats.
Mr.Rakesh Letusseehowmanychildrenaregoing.
—
—
—
Children should be encouraged to estimate first and then find out the answer using any
methodtheywant.Itisimportanttodiscussthemethodschildrenusetosolveaproblem.
D
D
D
Sothereareatotalof__________childrengoing.
Iftheyget4buses,howmanychildrenwillgetseats?_______
Willtherebeanychildrenleftwithoutseats?
Do we need 4 buses?
One bus can take 50
children, 4 buses
can take 50 × 4....?
We can
share seats.
For just a few
children, we can't
get another bus!
Class Number of children
I 33
II 32
III 42
IV 50
V 53
Total
23
3
Rationalised 2023-24
WaitingfortheBuses
Sahiba jumps out of the line to see
if the buses are coming. She
shouts loudly — Hey! I can see
them. Run! Grab the window seats.
Many children start jumping in
excitement. But ..........
Now there is an argument.
Stop!
What is this? These
buses are so small!
We told you to
bring big buses!
We did not have
enough big buses.
So we got many
mini buses.
TheJourneyBegins
25
Come on now, get
in fast. It's
already 9 o'clock.
24
Each mini bus can take 35 students.
How many mini buses are needed?
_____________
Rationalised 2023-24
Page 3


A Trip to Bhopal
TodaySugandhaisveryexcited.Allthechildrenofherschoolare
going on a trip to Bhopal with their teachers.
Ms. Meenakshi and Mr. Rakesh are talking
aboutthenumberofbusesneeded.
Ms.Meenakshi—Wewillneed4buses.
Mr.Rakesh Ithinkweneedatleast5.
Ms.Meenakshi Eachbushas50seats.
Mr.Rakesh Letusseehowmanychildrenaregoing.
—
—
—
Children should be encouraged to estimate first and then find out the answer using any
methodtheywant.Itisimportanttodiscussthemethodschildrenusetosolveaproblem.
D
D
D
Sothereareatotalof__________childrengoing.
Iftheyget4buses,howmanychildrenwillgetseats?_______
Willtherebeanychildrenleftwithoutseats?
Do we need 4 buses?
One bus can take 50
children, 4 buses
can take 50 × 4....?
We can
share seats.
For just a few
children, we can't
get another bus!
Class Number of children
I 33
II 32
III 42
IV 50
V 53
Total
23
3
Rationalised 2023-24
WaitingfortheBuses
Sahiba jumps out of the line to see
if the buses are coming. She
shouts loudly — Hey! I can see
them. Run! Grab the window seats.
Many children start jumping in
excitement. But ..........
Now there is an argument.
Stop!
What is this? These
buses are so small!
We told you to
bring big buses!
We did not have
enough big buses.
So we got many
mini buses.
TheJourneyBegins
25
Come on now, get
in fast. It's
already 9 o'clock.
24
Each mini bus can take 35 students.
How many mini buses are needed?
_____________
Rationalised 2023-24
Waiting for the Buses
Sahiba jumps out of the line to see 
if the buses are coming. She 
shouts loudly — Hey! I can see 
them. Run! Grab the window seats.
Many children start jumping in 
excitement. But ..........
Now there is an argument.
Stop!
What is this? These 
buses are so small!
We told you to 
bring big buses!
We did not have 
enough big buses. 
So we  got many 
mini buses.
The Journey Begins
As the buses start moving from 
Hoshangabad, children sing at the top of 
their voices. Some look outside to enjoy 
the view of the green fields and the hills.
Indra — When will we reach Bhopal?
Ms. Asha — If we don't stop anywhere, we 
should reach there in 2 hours, that is 
around ______ o' clock.
25
Come on now, get 
in fast. It's 
already 9 o'clock.
Manjeet — Is it very far?
Mr. Bhimsen — It is about 70 km.
Ruby — Are we going to stop anywhere?
Mr. Rakesh — May be at Bhimbetka, about 50 km from here.
D If they go to Bhimbetka, they will reach there 
 — Before 10 o'clock
 — Between 10 o'clock and 11 o' clock
 — After 11 o' clock
As they are talking, Bahadur shouts — Hey! look at the Narmada. 
Everyone looks out of the windows.
Ruby — Wow! it is soooo long and so wide! 
  Let us guess how wide it is.
24
Each mini bus can take 35 students. 
How many mini buses are needed? 
_____________
Rationalised 2023-24
Page 4


A Trip to Bhopal
TodaySugandhaisveryexcited.Allthechildrenofherschoolare
going on a trip to Bhopal with their teachers.
Ms. Meenakshi and Mr. Rakesh are talking
aboutthenumberofbusesneeded.
Ms.Meenakshi—Wewillneed4buses.
Mr.Rakesh Ithinkweneedatleast5.
Ms.Meenakshi Eachbushas50seats.
Mr.Rakesh Letusseehowmanychildrenaregoing.
—
—
—
Children should be encouraged to estimate first and then find out the answer using any
methodtheywant.Itisimportanttodiscussthemethodschildrenusetosolveaproblem.
D
D
D
Sothereareatotalof__________childrengoing.
Iftheyget4buses,howmanychildrenwillgetseats?_______
Willtherebeanychildrenleftwithoutseats?
Do we need 4 buses?
One bus can take 50
children, 4 buses
can take 50 × 4....?
We can
share seats.
For just a few
children, we can't
get another bus!
Class Number of children
I 33
II 32
III 42
IV 50
V 53
Total
23
3
Rationalised 2023-24
WaitingfortheBuses
Sahiba jumps out of the line to see
if the buses are coming. She
shouts loudly — Hey! I can see
them. Run! Grab the window seats.
Many children start jumping in
excitement. But ..........
Now there is an argument.
Stop!
What is this? These
buses are so small!
We told you to
bring big buses!
We did not have
enough big buses.
So we got many
mini buses.
TheJourneyBegins
25
Come on now, get
in fast. It's
already 9 o'clock.
24
Each mini bus can take 35 students.
How many mini buses are needed?
_____________
Rationalised 2023-24
Waiting for the Buses
Sahiba jumps out of the line to see 
if the buses are coming. She 
shouts loudly — Hey! I can see 
them. Run! Grab the window seats.
Many children start jumping in 
excitement. But ..........
Now there is an argument.
Stop!
What is this? These 
buses are so small!
We told you to 
bring big buses!
We did not have 
enough big buses. 
So we  got many 
mini buses.
The Journey Begins
As the buses start moving from 
Hoshangabad, children sing at the top of 
their voices. Some look outside to enjoy 
the view of the green fields and the hills.
Indra — When will we reach Bhopal?
Ms. Asha — If we don't stop anywhere, we 
should reach there in 2 hours, that is 
around ______ o' clock.
25
Come on now, get 
in fast. It's 
already 9 o'clock.
Manjeet — Is it very far?
Mr. Bhimsen — It is about 70 km.
Ruby — Are we going to stop anywhere?
Mr. Rakesh — May be at Bhimbetka, about 50 km from here.
D If they go to Bhimbetka, they will reach there 
 — Before 10 o'clock
 — Between 10 o'clock and 11 o' clock
 — After 11 o' clock
As they are talking, Bahadur shouts — Hey! look at the Narmada. 
Everyone looks out of the windows.
Ruby — Wow! it is soooo long and so wide! 
  Let us guess how wide it is.
24
Each mini bus can take 35 students. 
How many mini buses are needed? 
_____________
Rationalised 2023-24
26
Gopi — Uhm---m, 100 metres? No, it is much more.
Can't say.
Victoria — It must be more than half a kilometre.
Ms. Asha — Look, it is written – 'This bridge is 756.82 metres
long'. So we can guess that the Narmada must be
about 500 metres wide at this place.
Sadaf — I just can't imagine 500 metres.
Ms. Asha — See, our bus is about 5 metres long. Imagine how
many buses can stand in a line on this bridge.
Everyone looks down at the river.
Mr. Rakesh — The water level now is quite low. It must be about
40 metres below the bridge.
Ms. Asha — But in the rainy season, the water had risen. Then
it was just about 15 metres below the bridge.
Was Victoria right ?
Have you ever crossed a long bridge? About how many metres
long was it? ____________
What is the difference between the water level of the Narmada
in the rainy season and now? ___________ metres.
D
D
D
27
Aman has taken as
much time to empty
himself as one bus is
taking to refill!
RS
Ltrs
Diesel
100.00
Hey it has such a big tummy!
It has already taken 100 litres.
The children discuss about
the river for some time. ......
So we have to pay 3500
Rupees for the diesel!
Rationalised 2023-24
Page 5


A Trip to Bhopal
TodaySugandhaisveryexcited.Allthechildrenofherschoolare
going on a trip to Bhopal with their teachers.
Ms. Meenakshi and Mr. Rakesh are talking
aboutthenumberofbusesneeded.
Ms.Meenakshi—Wewillneed4buses.
Mr.Rakesh Ithinkweneedatleast5.
Ms.Meenakshi Eachbushas50seats.
Mr.Rakesh Letusseehowmanychildrenaregoing.
—
—
—
Children should be encouraged to estimate first and then find out the answer using any
methodtheywant.Itisimportanttodiscussthemethodschildrenusetosolveaproblem.
D
D
D
Sothereareatotalof__________childrengoing.
Iftheyget4buses,howmanychildrenwillgetseats?_______
Willtherebeanychildrenleftwithoutseats?
Do we need 4 buses?
One bus can take 50
children, 4 buses
can take 50 × 4....?
We can
share seats.
For just a few
children, we can't
get another bus!
Class Number of children
I 33
II 32
III 42
IV 50
V 53
Total
23
3
Rationalised 2023-24
WaitingfortheBuses
Sahiba jumps out of the line to see
if the buses are coming. She
shouts loudly — Hey! I can see
them. Run! Grab the window seats.
Many children start jumping in
excitement. But ..........
Now there is an argument.
Stop!
What is this? These
buses are so small!
We told you to
bring big buses!
We did not have
enough big buses.
So we got many
mini buses.
TheJourneyBegins
25
Come on now, get
in fast. It's
already 9 o'clock.
24
Each mini bus can take 35 students.
How many mini buses are needed?
_____________
Rationalised 2023-24
Waiting for the Buses
Sahiba jumps out of the line to see 
if the buses are coming. She 
shouts loudly — Hey! I can see 
them. Run! Grab the window seats.
Many children start jumping in 
excitement. But ..........
Now there is an argument.
Stop!
What is this? These 
buses are so small!
We told you to 
bring big buses!
We did not have 
enough big buses. 
So we  got many 
mini buses.
The Journey Begins
As the buses start moving from 
Hoshangabad, children sing at the top of 
their voices. Some look outside to enjoy 
the view of the green fields and the hills.
Indra — When will we reach Bhopal?
Ms. Asha — If we don't stop anywhere, we 
should reach there in 2 hours, that is 
around ______ o' clock.
25
Come on now, get 
in fast. It's 
already 9 o'clock.
Manjeet — Is it very far?
Mr. Bhimsen — It is about 70 km.
Ruby — Are we going to stop anywhere?
Mr. Rakesh — May be at Bhimbetka, about 50 km from here.
D If they go to Bhimbetka, they will reach there 
 — Before 10 o'clock
 — Between 10 o'clock and 11 o' clock
 — After 11 o' clock
As they are talking, Bahadur shouts — Hey! look at the Narmada. 
Everyone looks out of the windows.
Ruby — Wow! it is soooo long and so wide! 
  Let us guess how wide it is.
24
Each mini bus can take 35 students. 
How many mini buses are needed? 
_____________
Rationalised 2023-24
26
Gopi — Uhm---m, 100 metres? No, it is much more.
Can't say.
Victoria — It must be more than half a kilometre.
Ms. Asha — Look, it is written – 'This bridge is 756.82 metres
long'. So we can guess that the Narmada must be
about 500 metres wide at this place.
Sadaf — I just can't imagine 500 metres.
Ms. Asha — See, our bus is about 5 metres long. Imagine how
many buses can stand in a line on this bridge.
Everyone looks down at the river.
Mr. Rakesh — The water level now is quite low. It must be about
40 metres below the bridge.
Ms. Asha — But in the rainy season, the water had risen. Then
it was just about 15 metres below the bridge.
Was Victoria right ?
Have you ever crossed a long bridge? About how many metres
long was it? ____________
What is the difference between the water level of the Narmada
in the rainy season and now? ___________ metres.
D
D
D
27
Aman has taken as
much time to empty
himself as one bus is
taking to refill!
RS
Ltrs
Diesel
100.00
Hey it has such a big tummy!
It has already taken 100 litres.
The children discuss about
the river for some time. ......
So we have to pay 3500
Rupees for the diesel!
Rationalised 2023-24
26 27
D Look in the picture and find the price of 1 litre of diesel. ______
Aman has taken as
much time to empty
himself as one bus is
taking to refill!
As the buses are being refilled,
some children go to the toilet near
the petrol pump.
How much time did Aman take to
come out of the toilet? __________
Rate per Litre:
175.00 Rupees:
5 Litres:
35.00
RS
Ltrs
Diesel
100.00
Hey it has such a big tummy!
It has already taken 100 litres.
Suddenly, the bus stops with a jerk.
Oh! The petrol pump. Two buses need to be refilled.
The buses stand in a line. Children are sticking their necks out to
see how diesel is filled in the bus. Some children have got down to
look more closely.
Each bus takes about 15 minutes to refill and there are two
buses to be refilled. So they stop there for about _________
minutes, which means they are late by about _______ minutes.
D
So we have to pay 3500
Rupees for the diesel!
Rationalised 2023-24
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