Download, print and study this document offline 
Page 1 Soni and Avi are going to see a fair with their grandparents. They are going to Surajkund in Faridabad district of • What do you see in the picture? • Spot things in the picture that look the same from the left and right side. The Surajkund The Surajkund Fair Fair 14 14 Teacher’s Note: Discuss with children about any local mela they have visited. Encourage them to look at the picture and observe different patterns, like tiling on the floor and the symmetry they see in objects and shapes. Wow! such decorated shops Let us Discuss Haryana. Let us join them and have fun. Page 2 Soni and Avi are going to see a fair with their grandparents. They are going to Surajkund in Faridabad district of • What do you see in the picture? • Spot things in the picture that look the same from the left and right side. The Surajkund The Surajkund Fair Fair 14 14 Teacher’s Note: Discuss with children about any local mela they have visited. Encourage them to look at the picture and observe different patterns, like tiling on the floor and the symmetry they see in objects and shapes. Wow! such decorated shops Let us Discuss Haryana. Let us join them and have fun. 1. Colour the beads in the strings using two colours ( ) to show the malas that you have made. Teacher’s Note: You may provide children with a string and 8 beads of two colours from a ginmala. They can make a record of their constructions by colouring the malas given here. Make Malas Soni and Avi reach a stall where a man and a woman are making malas with beads. I also want to make the malas Make malas with 8 beads, 4 of one colour and 4 of another Why not, you can take beads from the basket to make malas Let us Do 178 Maths Mela  Class 3 Students need to complete this task on their own. Page 3 Soni and Avi are going to see a fair with their grandparents. They are going to Surajkund in Faridabad district of • What do you see in the picture? • Spot things in the picture that look the same from the left and right side. The Surajkund The Surajkund Fair Fair 14 14 Teacher’s Note: Discuss with children about any local mela they have visited. Encourage them to look at the picture and observe different patterns, like tiling on the floor and the symmetry they see in objects and shapes. Wow! such decorated shops Let us Discuss Haryana. Let us join them and have fun. 1. Colour the beads in the strings using two colours ( ) to show the malas that you have made. Teacher’s Note: You may provide children with a string and 8 beads of two colours from a ginmala. They can make a record of their constructions by colouring the malas given here. Make Malas Soni and Avi reach a stall where a man and a woman are making malas with beads. I also want to make the malas Make malas with 8 beads, 4 of one colour and 4 of another Why not, you can take beads from the basket to make malas Let us Do 178 Maths Mela  Class 3 Students need to complete this task on their own. 3. How many such malas can be made? Discuss. a. Tick ü the malas that are symmetrical and cross ? the one(s) that are not symmetrical. The two halves of my mala are not the same. My mala is not symmetrical. The two halves of my mala are exactly the same. My mala is symmetrical. Teacher’s Note: Encourage children to see the differences between symmetrical and nonsymmetrical objects around them. Provide them opportunities to share their justification and reasons. b. Now, use 6 beads of one colour and 2 beads of another colour to make symmetrical malas. 2. On the previous page, tick ü the malas that are symmetrical. 179 The Surajkund Fair Students need to complete this task on their own. Students need to complete this task on their own. Page 4 Soni and Avi are going to see a fair with their grandparents. They are going to Surajkund in Faridabad district of • What do you see in the picture? • Spot things in the picture that look the same from the left and right side. The Surajkund The Surajkund Fair Fair 14 14 Teacher’s Note: Discuss with children about any local mela they have visited. Encourage them to look at the picture and observe different patterns, like tiling on the floor and the symmetry they see in objects and shapes. Wow! such decorated shops Let us Discuss Haryana. Let us join them and have fun. 1. Colour the beads in the strings using two colours ( ) to show the malas that you have made. Teacher’s Note: You may provide children with a string and 8 beads of two colours from a ginmala. They can make a record of their constructions by colouring the malas given here. Make Malas Soni and Avi reach a stall where a man and a woman are making malas with beads. I also want to make the malas Make malas with 8 beads, 4 of one colour and 4 of another Why not, you can take beads from the basket to make malas Let us Do 178 Maths Mela  Class 3 Students need to complete this task on their own. 3. How many such malas can be made? Discuss. a. Tick ü the malas that are symmetrical and cross ? the one(s) that are not symmetrical. The two halves of my mala are not the same. My mala is not symmetrical. The two halves of my mala are exactly the same. My mala is symmetrical. Teacher’s Note: Encourage children to see the differences between symmetrical and nonsymmetrical objects around them. Provide them opportunities to share their justification and reasons. b. Now, use 6 beads of one colour and 2 beads of another colour to make symmetrical malas. 2. On the previous page, tick ü the malas that are symmetrical. 179 The Surajkund Fair Students need to complete this task on their own. Students need to complete this task on their own. Vanakkam! Rangolis all around! Soni and Avi arrive at the stall of Tamil Nadu. Amma was making kolam in front of the hut. Follow the steps: 1. Observe the rangolis given below. Are all rangolis symmetrical? Teacher’s Note: Discuss about kolam, and the tradition and the States it belongs to. You can use the dot grid given on page number 192. They may use it for making symmetrical rangolis. 1 4 2 5 3 2. Trace these rangolis on a paper. Fold the tracing paper in such a way that one half of the rangoli lies exactly on the other half. 3. Draw lines in the given rangolis that divide them into two identical halves. 4. Look for other symmetrical things around you. Discuss. Let Us Think Let us Think I can see two equal halves in my rangoli by drawing a line. 180 Maths Mela  Class 3 Students need to complete this task on their own. Page 5 Soni and Avi are going to see a fair with their grandparents. They are going to Surajkund in Faridabad district of • What do you see in the picture? • Spot things in the picture that look the same from the left and right side. The Surajkund The Surajkund Fair Fair 14 14 Teacher’s Note: Discuss with children about any local mela they have visited. Encourage them to look at the picture and observe different patterns, like tiling on the floor and the symmetry they see in objects and shapes. Wow! such decorated shops Let us Discuss Haryana. Let us join them and have fun. 1. Colour the beads in the strings using two colours ( ) to show the malas that you have made. Teacher’s Note: You may provide children with a string and 8 beads of two colours from a ginmala. They can make a record of their constructions by colouring the malas given here. Make Malas Soni and Avi reach a stall where a man and a woman are making malas with beads. I also want to make the malas Make malas with 8 beads, 4 of one colour and 4 of another Why not, you can take beads from the basket to make malas Let us Do 178 Maths Mela  Class 3 Students need to complete this task on their own. 3. How many such malas can be made? Discuss. a. Tick ü the malas that are symmetrical and cross ? the one(s) that are not symmetrical. The two halves of my mala are not the same. My mala is not symmetrical. The two halves of my mala are exactly the same. My mala is symmetrical. Teacher’s Note: Encourage children to see the differences between symmetrical and nonsymmetrical objects around them. Provide them opportunities to share their justification and reasons. b. Now, use 6 beads of one colour and 2 beads of another colour to make symmetrical malas. 2. On the previous page, tick ü the malas that are symmetrical. 179 The Surajkund Fair Students need to complete this task on their own. Students need to complete this task on their own. Vanakkam! Rangolis all around! Soni and Avi arrive at the stall of Tamil Nadu. Amma was making kolam in front of the hut. Follow the steps: 1. Observe the rangolis given below. Are all rangolis symmetrical? Teacher’s Note: Discuss about kolam, and the tradition and the States it belongs to. You can use the dot grid given on page number 192. They may use it for making symmetrical rangolis. 1 4 2 5 3 2. Trace these rangolis on a paper. Fold the tracing paper in such a way that one half of the rangoli lies exactly on the other half. 3. Draw lines in the given rangolis that divide them into two identical halves. 4. Look for other symmetrical things around you. Discuss. Let Us Think Let us Think I can see two equal halves in my rangoli by drawing a line. 180 Maths Mela  Class 3 Students need to complete this task on their own. Enjoy making rangolis 2. Draw some more rangolis in your notebook that are symmetrical. Teacher’s Note: Give additional exercises to complete the half of a given rangoli. Observe and discuss the ways children draw the other half of the rangoli. What do they notice while completing the other half? What strategies do they use? Ask children to collect rangoli patterns from different parts of the country and share them in the class. c. Let us Do Pookalam, Kerala a. Aipan, Uttrakhand b. 1. Draw and complete the symmetrical rangolis given below. . . . . . . . . . . 181 The Surajkund Fair Students need to complete this task on their own. Students need to complete this task on their own. Students need to complete this task on their own.Read More
6 videos68 docs18 tests

1. What is the Surajkund Fair? 
2. When is the Surajkund Fair held? 
3. What can visitors expect to see at the Surajkund Fair? 
4. How can one reach the Surajkund Fair venue? 
5. Are there any entry fees for visiting the Surajkund Fair? 

Explore Courses for Class 3 exam
