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Lesson9
 Projects
List at least two  nutritious and healthy food items that you like for 
example, soup, salad. Find out from which country or region each item 
originally came from. Tell the class how the food was prepared.
Project 1 (Lesson 2)
Input
Input
Processing
Processing
Output
Output
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Lesson9
 Projects
List at least two  nutritious and healthy food items that you like for 
example, soup, salad. Find out from which country or region each item 
originally came from. Tell the class how the food was prepared.
Project 1 (Lesson 2)
Input
Input
Processing
Processing
Output
Output
Bounce the ball with one hand and 
catch it with the other hand. The 
path of the ball from one hand to 
the other should be V shaped. 
Follow the complete path of the ball 
with your eyes. Repeat this exercise by 
alternating the bouncing and catching 
hands. 
Take a small ball.
Project 2 (Lesson 3)
Toss the ball from one hand to the 
other in an inverted U shape. Follow the 
ball with your eyes. Repeat this 
exercise by alternating the tossing and 
catching hand.
What games are played with balls? (example: cricket, football). 
Find out the stretch exercises that are done before these games. 
Learn these exercises and share these with your friends.
List the items usually seen in each of the following places. Observe 
the arrangement of those items.
Project 3 (Lesson 4)
Library
Grocery shop
Kitchen in your house
Your study table
Post office  
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Lesson9
 Projects
List at least two  nutritious and healthy food items that you like for 
example, soup, salad. Find out from which country or region each item 
originally came from. Tell the class how the food was prepared.
Project 1 (Lesson 2)
Input
Input
Processing
Processing
Output
Output
Bounce the ball with one hand and 
catch it with the other hand. The 
path of the ball from one hand to 
the other should be V shaped. 
Follow the complete path of the ball 
with your eyes. Repeat this exercise by 
alternating the bouncing and catching 
hands. 
Take a small ball.
Project 2 (Lesson 3)
Toss the ball from one hand to the 
other in an inverted U shape. Follow the 
ball with your eyes. Repeat this 
exercise by alternating the tossing and 
catching hand.
What games are played with balls? (example: cricket, football). 
Find out the stretch exercises that are done before these games. 
Learn these exercises and share these with your friends.
List the items usually seen in each of the following places. Observe 
the arrangement of those items.
Project 3 (Lesson 4)
Library
Grocery shop
Kitchen in your house
Your study table
Post office  
Draw your family tree. Exchange the drawing with another student 
sitting next to you. Find out about his family. Can you show any thing 
else that you know in the form of a tree? If yes, draw it along with 
your partner and explain it to the class. ( Example: Classification of 
animals in a tree diagram.) 
Form groups of five students each. Each group selects one place and 
discusses how the items are arranged there. They ask each other 
questions such as “Why are the items arranged in this way?”, “Can the 
items be arranged in any other way?” Draw a picture showing the 
place and items. Different students can do different parts of the 
drawing. 
Project 4 (Lesson 5)
ANIMALS
WILD DOMESTIC
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Lesson9
 Projects
List at least two  nutritious and healthy food items that you like for 
example, soup, salad. Find out from which country or region each item 
originally came from. Tell the class how the food was prepared.
Project 1 (Lesson 2)
Input
Input
Processing
Processing
Output
Output
Bounce the ball with one hand and 
catch it with the other hand. The 
path of the ball from one hand to 
the other should be V shaped. 
Follow the complete path of the ball 
with your eyes. Repeat this exercise by 
alternating the bouncing and catching 
hands. 
Take a small ball.
Project 2 (Lesson 3)
Toss the ball from one hand to the 
other in an inverted U shape. Follow the 
ball with your eyes. Repeat this 
exercise by alternating the tossing and 
catching hand.
What games are played with balls? (example: cricket, football). 
Find out the stretch exercises that are done before these games. 
Learn these exercises and share these with your friends.
List the items usually seen in each of the following places. Observe 
the arrangement of those items.
Project 3 (Lesson 4)
Library
Grocery shop
Kitchen in your house
Your study table
Post office  
Draw your family tree. Exchange the drawing with another student 
sitting next to you. Find out about his family. Can you show any thing 
else that you know in the form of a tree? If yes, draw it along with 
your partner and explain it to the class. ( Example: Classification of 
animals in a tree diagram.) 
Form groups of five students each. Each group selects one place and 
discusses how the items are arranged there. They ask each other 
questions such as “Why are the items arranged in this way?”, “Can the 
items be arranged in any other way?” Draw a picture showing the 
place and items. Different students can do different parts of the 
drawing. 
Project 4 (Lesson 5)
ANIMALS
WILD DOMESTIC
Using the four directional arrows draw the paths from the School to 
Jyoti's house in the picture given below.
 
Hint: On the way to Jyoti's house there is an icecream parlour, a
         hospital, and a library.
Project 5 (Lesson 6)
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Lesson9
 Projects
List at least two  nutritious and healthy food items that you like for 
example, soup, salad. Find out from which country or region each item 
originally came from. Tell the class how the food was prepared.
Project 1 (Lesson 2)
Input
Input
Processing
Processing
Output
Output
Bounce the ball with one hand and 
catch it with the other hand. The 
path of the ball from one hand to 
the other should be V shaped. 
Follow the complete path of the ball 
with your eyes. Repeat this exercise by 
alternating the bouncing and catching 
hands. 
Take a small ball.
Project 2 (Lesson 3)
Toss the ball from one hand to the 
other in an inverted U shape. Follow the 
ball with your eyes. Repeat this 
exercise by alternating the tossing and 
catching hand.
What games are played with balls? (example: cricket, football). 
Find out the stretch exercises that are done before these games. 
Learn these exercises and share these with your friends.
List the items usually seen in each of the following places. Observe 
the arrangement of those items.
Project 3 (Lesson 4)
Library
Grocery shop
Kitchen in your house
Your study table
Post office  
Draw your family tree. Exchange the drawing with another student 
sitting next to you. Find out about his family. Can you show any thing 
else that you know in the form of a tree? If yes, draw it along with 
your partner and explain it to the class. ( Example: Classification of 
animals in a tree diagram.) 
Form groups of five students each. Each group selects one place and 
discusses how the items are arranged there. They ask each other 
questions such as “Why are the items arranged in this way?”, “Can the 
items be arranged in any other way?” Draw a picture showing the 
place and items. Different students can do different parts of the 
drawing. 
Project 4 (Lesson 5)
ANIMALS
WILD DOMESTIC
Using the four directional arrows draw the paths from the School to 
Jyoti's house in the picture given below.
 
Hint: On the way to Jyoti's house there is an icecream parlour, a
         hospital, and a library.
Project 5 (Lesson 6)
Step 3: Jumble up the selected words and prepare a quiz. The quiz 
can be fill in the blanks with missing letter or match the following or 
a crossword puzzle with the words, or simply the jumbled up words. 
Give an interesting title to the puzzle. Give instructions about solving 
the puzzle. Enter the puzzle in the computer using text editor. Save 
and Print the puzzle. Exchange the puzzles between groups and solve 
them.Exchange the puzzles with other groups and give them the quiz.
Title of the quiz: Shapes and Colours 
Question: Find the names of shapes and colours from the following
                jumbled up words.
1.   ERSUQA 
2.  TIRELGAN 
3.  WOLLEY 
4.  CLAKB
5.  CLCIRE 
6.  EDR 
7.  ANGELCRET 
8.  ITHWE 
9.  ENGER 
10. ANOREG 
11. SEPHAS 
12. LORUOCS 
Step 2: Open the lesson related to the topic. Pick some words related
             to the topic. (An example is given below).
Example: Topic selected - Shapes and colours.
Shapes: Square, triangle, rectangle, circle.
Colours: Red, green, yellow, blue, white, black, orange.
Project 6 (Lesson 7)
Prepare a Quiz using the text editor. Form groups of five students 
each. There are three steps in this project.
Step 1:   Select one of the following topics. One of your text books
              should have the topic that you select. 
Animals
Birds
Plants
Parts of a body
Days of a week, months
Food
Types of houses
Shapes and colours
Weather
Sources of water
Solar system
Measurements
Indian Money
Weights 
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