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Page 1 1. Make Amma’s rangoli on the dots given below. Let us Do Fun with Shapes Fun with Shapes 5 5 Something is wrong. Our rangoli is not like my Amma’s rangoli. Amma made a pretty rangoli with dots and shapes. Let us also make it on paper. Note: Page 2 1. Make Amma’s rangoli on the dots given below. Let us Do Fun with Shapes Fun with Shapes 5 5 Something is wrong. Our rangoli is not like my Amma’s rangoli. Amma made a pretty rangoli with dots and shapes. Let us also make it on paper. Note: 45 Fun with Shapes 2. Name the shapes drawn in Amma’s rangoli: _____________, _____________, _____________ 3. How many shapes are made with (i) Curved lines ______________ (ii) Straight lines ______________ 4. Use cut outs of shapes to make a rangoli design. Outline the object and colour. 5. Try to make the following objects using shape cutouts. *May use Early Mathematics Kit (NCERT) Teacher’s Note: Encourage children to use cut outs of shapes creatively. Let children compare two rangolis and discuss their similarities and differences. Circle Square Triangle 4 10 Note: Students should try to make rangoli design on their own Note: Students should try to make objects using shapes on their own for their learning Page 3 1. Make Amma’s rangoli on the dots given below. Let us Do Fun with Shapes Fun with Shapes 5 5 Something is wrong. Our rangoli is not like my Amma’s rangoli. Amma made a pretty rangoli with dots and shapes. Let us also make it on paper. Note: 45 Fun with Shapes 2. Name the shapes drawn in Amma’s rangoli: _____________, _____________, _____________ 3. How many shapes are made with (i) Curved lines ______________ (ii) Straight lines ______________ 4. Use cut outs of shapes to make a rangoli design. Outline the object and colour. 5. Try to make the following objects using shape cutouts. *May use Early Mathematics Kit (NCERT) Teacher’s Note: Encourage children to use cut outs of shapes creatively. Let children compare two rangolis and discuss their similarities and differences. Circle Square Triangle 4 10 Note: Students should try to make rangoli design on their own Note: Students should try to make objects using shapes on their own for their learning 46 Maths Mela  Class 3 1. Collect some cardboard boxes and open them up carefully. What shapes do you see in the flattened boxes? 2. Make an Envelope. Use a square piece of paper and fold it as shown in the picture. I want to make an envelope for my Diwali card. This is for my grandparents. How nice! I can show you how to make it. Let us Do Teacher’s Note: Encourage children to open the box and look at the number of faces and notice their shapes. Let children make cylinders and cones with paper, and cubes and cuboids with the nets provided in the book. I want to make a gift box of sweets for Diwali. How do I make it? Let us see what a box looks like when it is opened up fully. 1 2 3 4 Page 4 1. Make Amma’s rangoli on the dots given below. Let us Do Fun with Shapes Fun with Shapes 5 5 Something is wrong. Our rangoli is not like my Amma’s rangoli. Amma made a pretty rangoli with dots and shapes. Let us also make it on paper. Note: 45 Fun with Shapes 2. Name the shapes drawn in Amma’s rangoli: _____________, _____________, _____________ 3. How many shapes are made with (i) Curved lines ______________ (ii) Straight lines ______________ 4. Use cut outs of shapes to make a rangoli design. Outline the object and colour. 5. Try to make the following objects using shape cutouts. *May use Early Mathematics Kit (NCERT) Teacher’s Note: Encourage children to use cut outs of shapes creatively. Let children compare two rangolis and discuss their similarities and differences. Circle Square Triangle 4 10 Note: Students should try to make rangoli design on their own Note: Students should try to make objects using shapes on their own for their learning 46 Maths Mela  Class 3 1. Collect some cardboard boxes and open them up carefully. What shapes do you see in the flattened boxes? 2. Make an Envelope. Use a square piece of paper and fold it as shown in the picture. I want to make an envelope for my Diwali card. This is for my grandparents. How nice! I can show you how to make it. Let us Do Teacher’s Note: Encourage children to open the box and look at the number of faces and notice their shapes. Let children make cylinders and cones with paper, and cubes and cuboids with the nets provided in the book. I want to make a gift box of sweets for Diwali. How do I make it? Let us see what a box looks like when it is opened up fully. 1 2 3 4 47 Fun with Shapes They fit together in the box so well. I got three different rectangles after drawing outlines of the matchbox. Observe the faces of these objects. What is common among them? Baking biscuits Yes, because they are all rectangular in shape and have the same size. Why did the two children get different shapes? Discuss. I got a square and a rectangle after tracing the wooden box. Name any three objects that have rectangular faces. _________________, ________________, ____________________ Table Book TV Screen Page 5 1. Make Amma’s rangoli on the dots given below. Let us Do Fun with Shapes Fun with Shapes 5 5 Something is wrong. Our rangoli is not like my Amma’s rangoli. Amma made a pretty rangoli with dots and shapes. Let us also make it on paper. Note: 45 Fun with Shapes 2. Name the shapes drawn in Amma’s rangoli: _____________, _____________, _____________ 3. How many shapes are made with (i) Curved lines ______________ (ii) Straight lines ______________ 4. Use cut outs of shapes to make a rangoli design. Outline the object and colour. 5. Try to make the following objects using shape cutouts. *May use Early Mathematics Kit (NCERT) Teacher’s Note: Encourage children to use cut outs of shapes creatively. Let children compare two rangolis and discuss their similarities and differences. Circle Square Triangle 4 10 Note: Students should try to make rangoli design on their own Note: Students should try to make objects using shapes on their own for their learning 46 Maths Mela  Class 3 1. Collect some cardboard boxes and open them up carefully. What shapes do you see in the flattened boxes? 2. Make an Envelope. Use a square piece of paper and fold it as shown in the picture. I want to make an envelope for my Diwali card. This is for my grandparents. How nice! I can show you how to make it. Let us Do Teacher’s Note: Encourage children to open the box and look at the number of faces and notice their shapes. Let children make cylinders and cones with paper, and cubes and cuboids with the nets provided in the book. I want to make a gift box of sweets for Diwali. How do I make it? Let us see what a box looks like when it is opened up fully. 1 2 3 4 47 Fun with Shapes They fit together in the box so well. I got three different rectangles after drawing outlines of the matchbox. Observe the faces of these objects. What is common among them? Baking biscuits Yes, because they are all rectangular in shape and have the same size. Why did the two children get different shapes? Discuss. I got a square and a rectangle after tracing the wooden box. Name any three objects that have rectangular faces. _________________, ________________, ____________________ Table Book TV Screen 48 Maths Mela  Class 3 (a) How many different faces did you get? __________________ (b) What shapes are these faces? __________________ (c) Did you get a square? __________________ (d) Can you get six different rectangles by tracing a cuboid? __________________ (e) Can a cuboid have a face like a triangle? __________________ (f) The faces of a cuboid are __________________ or __________________ in shape. 1. Trace all the faces of any cuboidal object. (example — sharpener or eraser) Let us Do 6 Rectangles and Squares Yes ,there is a possibility that we can get 2 square faces also No rectangle square Yes we can get 6 rectangular faces, or we can also get 4 rectangular and 2 square faces that depends on the type of cuboidRead More
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1. What are the basic shapes covered in the Class 3 NCERT Solutions for Fun with Shapes? 
2. How can children enhance their understanding of shapes through the activities mentioned in the NCERT Solutions? 
3. Are there any reallife examples of the shapes discussed in the NCERT Solutions for Fun with Shapes? 
4. Can children learn about symmetry and patterns through the Fun with Shapes NCERT Solutions? 
5. How can parents and teachers use the Fun with Shapes NCERT Solutions to make learning more engaging for children? 

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