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Page 1 You have to share your paratha with me. yes, Please. Did I? Do you want chocolates? It is not fair! You gave me a bigger part ! These are not equal We will divide the paratha equally. 1. How do you share objects equally? 2. Why is Shabnam folding the paratha over itself ? How do you think they are going to share the chocolate and the paratha equally? Shabnam and Mukta are enjoying their lunch break. Think about a strategy that you can use to check whether two pieces are equal or not. Fair Share Fair Share 8 8 Let us Discuss I will show you how to do it equally. by folding them symmetrically to cut it into 2 equal halves. Page 2 You have to share your paratha with me. yes, Please. Did I? Do you want chocolates? It is not fair! You gave me a bigger part ! These are not equal We will divide the paratha equally. 1. How do you share objects equally? 2. Why is Shabnam folding the paratha over itself ? How do you think they are going to share the chocolate and the paratha equally? Shabnam and Mukta are enjoying their lunch break. Think about a strategy that you can use to check whether two pieces are equal or not. Fair Share Fair Share 8 8 Let us Discuss I will show you how to do it equally. by folding them symmetrically to cut it into 2 equal halves. 108 Maths Mela  Class 3 This is a whole paratha. Tick ü the paratha that has been cut equally. 1. Circle the shapes where half of the whole is shaded. 2. Draw a line to show onehalf of the whole. When 1 whole is shared equally between 2 people, each share is called a half! How many halves make one whole? Check with some halves. Half Half Let us Do Page 3 You have to share your paratha with me. yes, Please. Did I? Do you want chocolates? It is not fair! You gave me a bigger part ! These are not equal We will divide the paratha equally. 1. How do you share objects equally? 2. Why is Shabnam folding the paratha over itself ? How do you think they are going to share the chocolate and the paratha equally? Shabnam and Mukta are enjoying their lunch break. Think about a strategy that you can use to check whether two pieces are equal or not. Fair Share Fair Share 8 8 Let us Discuss I will show you how to do it equally. by folding them symmetrically to cut it into 2 equal halves. 108 Maths Mela  Class 3 This is a whole paratha. Tick ü the paratha that has been cut equally. 1. Circle the shapes where half of the whole is shaded. 2. Draw a line to show onehalf of the whole. When 1 whole is shared equally between 2 people, each share is called a half! How many halves make one whole? Check with some halves. Half Half Let us Do 109 Fair Share 3. Shabnam has eaten some chikki from 3 sides. Tick ü how much chikki is left? (a) less than half (b) more than Half (c) half 5. Draw lines to show different ways of making a half. 4. Show by colouring half a chikki that has been eaten from 2 sides. 6. Complete the whole picture by drawing the other half. Page 4 You have to share your paratha with me. yes, Please. Did I? Do you want chocolates? It is not fair! You gave me a bigger part ! These are not equal We will divide the paratha equally. 1. How do you share objects equally? 2. Why is Shabnam folding the paratha over itself ? How do you think they are going to share the chocolate and the paratha equally? Shabnam and Mukta are enjoying their lunch break. Think about a strategy that you can use to check whether two pieces are equal or not. Fair Share Fair Share 8 8 Let us Discuss I will show you how to do it equally. by folding them symmetrically to cut it into 2 equal halves. 108 Maths Mela  Class 3 This is a whole paratha. Tick ü the paratha that has been cut equally. 1. Circle the shapes where half of the whole is shaded. 2. Draw a line to show onehalf of the whole. When 1 whole is shared equally between 2 people, each share is called a half! How many halves make one whole? Check with some halves. Half Half Let us Do 109 Fair Share 3. Shabnam has eaten some chikki from 3 sides. Tick ü how much chikki is left? (a) less than half (b) more than Half (c) half 5. Draw lines to show different ways of making a half. 4. Show by colouring half a chikki that has been eaten from 2 sides. 6. Complete the whole picture by drawing the other half. 110 Maths Mela  Class 3 Take a rectangular sheet of paper and fold it in half. Find all the different ways to make a half. Take a square piece of paper and fold it in half. Find all the different ways to make a half. Here are some mangoes. Share them equally between the two children. There was an old man with two sons Amit and Bala. He gave a mango tree, a solar lamp and a woollen blanket to them. He asked them to share these things among themselves. Amit was a cunning man. He told his brother ‘Let us share the objects equally. I will keep the fruits, you keep the tree. I will keep the lamp during the night, you can keep it during the day. I will keep the blanket for half the year during winter. You can keep it for half the year during summer.’ Bala agreed. Is this a fair way of sharing? Is there another way to share it fairly? Teacher’s Note: Get students to show halves with paper folding in different ways. Please refer to the fraction as one half and not as 1 out of 2. Let us Explore Let us Discuss Let us Do Page 5 You have to share your paratha with me. yes, Please. Did I? Do you want chocolates? It is not fair! You gave me a bigger part ! These are not equal We will divide the paratha equally. 1. How do you share objects equally? 2. Why is Shabnam folding the paratha over itself ? How do you think they are going to share the chocolate and the paratha equally? Shabnam and Mukta are enjoying their lunch break. Think about a strategy that you can use to check whether two pieces are equal or not. Fair Share Fair Share 8 8 Let us Discuss I will show you how to do it equally. by folding them symmetrically to cut it into 2 equal halves. 108 Maths Mela  Class 3 This is a whole paratha. Tick ü the paratha that has been cut equally. 1. Circle the shapes where half of the whole is shaded. 2. Draw a line to show onehalf of the whole. When 1 whole is shared equally between 2 people, each share is called a half! How many halves make one whole? Check with some halves. Half Half Let us Do 109 Fair Share 3. Shabnam has eaten some chikki from 3 sides. Tick ü how much chikki is left? (a) less than half (b) more than Half (c) half 5. Draw lines to show different ways of making a half. 4. Show by colouring half a chikki that has been eaten from 2 sides. 6. Complete the whole picture by drawing the other half. 110 Maths Mela  Class 3 Take a rectangular sheet of paper and fold it in half. Find all the different ways to make a half. Take a square piece of paper and fold it in half. Find all the different ways to make a half. Here are some mangoes. Share them equally between the two children. There was an old man with two sons Amit and Bala. He gave a mango tree, a solar lamp and a woollen blanket to them. He asked them to share these things among themselves. Amit was a cunning man. He told his brother ‘Let us share the objects equally. I will keep the fruits, you keep the tree. I will keep the lamp during the night, you can keep it during the day. I will keep the blanket for half the year during winter. You can keep it for half the year during summer.’ Bala agreed. Is this a fair way of sharing? Is there another way to share it fairly? Teacher’s Note: Get students to show halves with paper folding in different ways. Please refer to the fraction as one half and not as 1 out of 2. Let us Explore Let us Discuss Let us Do 111 Fair Share Half and double In this round I got 4 marbles. I got 12 marbles this time. In this round I got 7 marbles. In this round I got 6 marbles. 4 marbles are ______ of 8 marbles. 8 marbles are ______ of 4 marbles. 10 marbles are ______ of 5 marbles. 5 marbles are ______ of 10 marbles. 6 marbles are ______ of 12 marbles. 12 marbles are ______ of 6 marbles. On a number line how far is 13 from the double of 7? How far is 5 from half of 14? I got 13 marbles. In this round I got 10 marbles. I got 8 marbles. I got only 5 marbles. Fill in the following blanks using double or half. 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 3 is half of 6. 6 is double of 3. I have half the number of marbles that you have. I have double the number of marbles that you have. half double half half double double 6 9Read More
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