NCERT Textbook - Games We Play Notes | Study EVS for Class 3 - Class 3

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All the children were playing stappoo (hop-scotch) in the lane.
Avantika and her sister Nandita were also playing. But Nandita
was not able to play the game in the right way.
Avantika: Listen to me carefully, Nandita. Understand the game.
Throw the marker (thippi) in the first box. Then on
one leg jump over this box into the next one. Keep in
mind, you can put both your feet down together only
in the boxes marked 4-5 and 7-8. Take care, your
feet should not touch the lines. If it touches you are
Games We Play 1 1
1 1 16 6
6 6 6
In the lesson, the names of some local games like hop-scotch, seven tiles,
etc., and the things used to play them, like the marker have been
mentioned. Since many of these games have their own local variations
and names, a discussion on those will make the chapter more relevant
to the child.
2019-20
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not to be republished
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103
All the children were playing stappoo (hop-scotch) in the lane.
Avantika and her sister Nandita were also playing. But Nandita
was not able to play the game in the right way.
Avantika: Listen to me carefully, Nandita. Understand the game.
Throw the marker (thippi) in the first box. Then on
one leg jump over this box into the next one. Keep in
mind, you can put both your feet down together only
in the boxes marked 4-5 and 7-8. Take care, your
feet should not touch the lines. If it touches you are
Games We Play 1 1
1 1 16 6
6 6 6
In the lesson, the names of some local games like hop-scotch, seven tiles,
etc., and the things used to play them, like the marker have been
mentioned. Since many of these games have their own local variations
and names, a discussion on those will make the chapter more relevant
to the child.
2019-20
© NCERT 
not to be republished
104
out of the game. When you reach the last box, turn
around. When coming back, pick up the marker and
bring it back. Now, throw the marker in the next box.
Similarly, keep throwing the marker in all the boxes
one by one and continue the game.
The children started playing again. Since long, Chachi was
watching them play. She too felt like playing with them. She
could not keep herself from asking — Can I play with you? The
children laughed aloud.
Avantika : Chachi ! You will play?
Chachi : Do you think I do not know how to play hop-scotch ?
At your age we played so many different games.
Nandita : Which games did you play, Chachi?
Chachi : Langrhi-taang, hide and seek, seven tiles and so
many more! In kabaddi our team was the best among
ten villages.
Rajat : Chachi, how did you get so much time? We hardly
get any time to play.
Chachi : You are so busy watching T.V. all the time.
Nandita : Chachi, did Chacha play these games too?
Chachi : Your Chacha says that he used to play marbles,
seven tiles, wrestling, kabaddi, gilli danda and so
many other games the whole day. While flying kites,
he would even forget his meals.
Nandita : Chachi, do come and play.
Chachi started playing with the children. They had been
playing just for a short while when it started raining.
2019-20
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103
All the children were playing stappoo (hop-scotch) in the lane.
Avantika and her sister Nandita were also playing. But Nandita
was not able to play the game in the right way.
Avantika: Listen to me carefully, Nandita. Understand the game.
Throw the marker (thippi) in the first box. Then on
one leg jump over this box into the next one. Keep in
mind, you can put both your feet down together only
in the boxes marked 4-5 and 7-8. Take care, your
feet should not touch the lines. If it touches you are
Games We Play 1 1
1 1 16 6
6 6 6
In the lesson, the names of some local games like hop-scotch, seven tiles,
etc., and the things used to play them, like the marker have been
mentioned. Since many of these games have their own local variations
and names, a discussion on those will make the chapter more relevant
to the child.
2019-20
© NCERT 
not to be republished
104
out of the game. When you reach the last box, turn
around. When coming back, pick up the marker and
bring it back. Now, throw the marker in the next box.
Similarly, keep throwing the marker in all the boxes
one by one and continue the game.
The children started playing again. Since long, Chachi was
watching them play. She too felt like playing with them. She
could not keep herself from asking — Can I play with you? The
children laughed aloud.
Avantika : Chachi ! You will play?
Chachi : Do you think I do not know how to play hop-scotch ?
At your age we played so many different games.
Nandita : Which games did you play, Chachi?
Chachi : Langrhi-taang, hide and seek, seven tiles and so
many more! In kabaddi our team was the best among
ten villages.
Rajat : Chachi, how did you get so much time? We hardly
get any time to play.
Chachi : You are so busy watching T.V. all the time.
Nandita : Chachi, did Chacha play these games too?
Chachi : Your Chacha says that he used to play marbles,
seven tiles, wrestling, kabaddi, gilli danda and so
many other games the whole day. While flying kites,
he would even forget his meals.
Nandita : Chachi, do come and play.
Chachi started playing with the children. They had been
playing just for a short while when it started raining.
2019-20
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105
All the
children : Oh, no!
Chachi : Let us go to my house. We’ll play inside.
The children were happy to hear this.
All the : Come on! Let us go to Chachi’s house to play.
children
The children came to Chachi’s house. Inside the house
chacha and bua were playing chess.
Avantika : What should we play?
Rajat : Let us play “house-house.”
Many
children : Yes, let’s play “house-house.”
Rajat : If we had a doll,  we could have played with it.
Chachi : Do you want a doll? Let us make one right away.
Chachi took out some old cloth. With Chachi’s help children
made a doll. Some children wanted to play carrom and others
ludo. They formed groups and started playing.
2019-20
© NCERT 
not to be republished
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103
All the children were playing stappoo (hop-scotch) in the lane.
Avantika and her sister Nandita were also playing. But Nandita
was not able to play the game in the right way.
Avantika: Listen to me carefully, Nandita. Understand the game.
Throw the marker (thippi) in the first box. Then on
one leg jump over this box into the next one. Keep in
mind, you can put both your feet down together only
in the boxes marked 4-5 and 7-8. Take care, your
feet should not touch the lines. If it touches you are
Games We Play 1 1
1 1 16 6
6 6 6
In the lesson, the names of some local games like hop-scotch, seven tiles,
etc., and the things used to play them, like the marker have been
mentioned. Since many of these games have their own local variations
and names, a discussion on those will make the chapter more relevant
to the child.
2019-20
© NCERT 
not to be republished
104
out of the game. When you reach the last box, turn
around. When coming back, pick up the marker and
bring it back. Now, throw the marker in the next box.
Similarly, keep throwing the marker in all the boxes
one by one and continue the game.
The children started playing again. Since long, Chachi was
watching them play. She too felt like playing with them. She
could not keep herself from asking — Can I play with you? The
children laughed aloud.
Avantika : Chachi ! You will play?
Chachi : Do you think I do not know how to play hop-scotch ?
At your age we played so many different games.
Nandita : Which games did you play, Chachi?
Chachi : Langrhi-taang, hide and seek, seven tiles and so
many more! In kabaddi our team was the best among
ten villages.
Rajat : Chachi, how did you get so much time? We hardly
get any time to play.
Chachi : You are so busy watching T.V. all the time.
Nandita : Chachi, did Chacha play these games too?
Chachi : Your Chacha says that he used to play marbles,
seven tiles, wrestling, kabaddi, gilli danda and so
many other games the whole day. While flying kites,
he would even forget his meals.
Nandita : Chachi, do come and play.
Chachi started playing with the children. They had been
playing just for a short while when it started raining.
2019-20
© NCERT 
not to be republished
105
All the
children : Oh, no!
Chachi : Let us go to my house. We’ll play inside.
The children were happy to hear this.
All the : Come on! Let us go to Chachi’s house to play.
children
The children came to Chachi’s house. Inside the house
chacha and bua were playing chess.
Avantika : What should we play?
Rajat : Let us play “house-house.”
Many
children : Yes, let’s play “house-house.”
Rajat : If we had a doll,  we could have played with it.
Chachi : Do you want a doll? Let us make one right away.
Chachi took out some old cloth. With Chachi’s help children
made a doll. Some children wanted to play carrom and others
ludo. They formed groups and started playing.
2019-20
© NCERT 
not to be republished
106
Write the names of all the games mentioned in the
lesson in the table below. Make a in front of those
games that one played indoors. Against the outdoor
games make a . Don’t forget to write the number of
players needed for the game. If some other things are
also needed to play the game, then write their names as
well.
Some children might need help to fill the table. Encourage the children
to help each other. Children easily learn a lot from each other.
Names of the Number of players Things needed
games mentioned
in the lesson
2019-20
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not to be republished
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103
All the children were playing stappoo (hop-scotch) in the lane.
Avantika and her sister Nandita were also playing. But Nandita
was not able to play the game in the right way.
Avantika: Listen to me carefully, Nandita. Understand the game.
Throw the marker (thippi) in the first box. Then on
one leg jump over this box into the next one. Keep in
mind, you can put both your feet down together only
in the boxes marked 4-5 and 7-8. Take care, your
feet should not touch the lines. If it touches you are
Games We Play 1 1
1 1 16 6
6 6 6
In the lesson, the names of some local games like hop-scotch, seven tiles,
etc., and the things used to play them, like the marker have been
mentioned. Since many of these games have their own local variations
and names, a discussion on those will make the chapter more relevant
to the child.
2019-20
© NCERT 
not to be republished
104
out of the game. When you reach the last box, turn
around. When coming back, pick up the marker and
bring it back. Now, throw the marker in the next box.
Similarly, keep throwing the marker in all the boxes
one by one and continue the game.
The children started playing again. Since long, Chachi was
watching them play. She too felt like playing with them. She
could not keep herself from asking — Can I play with you? The
children laughed aloud.
Avantika : Chachi ! You will play?
Chachi : Do you think I do not know how to play hop-scotch ?
At your age we played so many different games.
Nandita : Which games did you play, Chachi?
Chachi : Langrhi-taang, hide and seek, seven tiles and so
many more! In kabaddi our team was the best among
ten villages.
Rajat : Chachi, how did you get so much time? We hardly
get any time to play.
Chachi : You are so busy watching T.V. all the time.
Nandita : Chachi, did Chacha play these games too?
Chachi : Your Chacha says that he used to play marbles,
seven tiles, wrestling, kabaddi, gilli danda and so
many other games the whole day. While flying kites,
he would even forget his meals.
Nandita : Chachi, do come and play.
Chachi started playing with the children. They had been
playing just for a short while when it started raining.
2019-20
© NCERT 
not to be republished
105
All the
children : Oh, no!
Chachi : Let us go to my house. We’ll play inside.
The children were happy to hear this.
All the : Come on! Let us go to Chachi’s house to play.
children
The children came to Chachi’s house. Inside the house
chacha and bua were playing chess.
Avantika : What should we play?
Rajat : Let us play “house-house.”
Many
children : Yes, let’s play “house-house.”
Rajat : If we had a doll,  we could have played with it.
Chachi : Do you want a doll? Let us make one right away.
Chachi took out some old cloth. With Chachi’s help children
made a doll. Some children wanted to play carrom and others
ludo. They formed groups and started playing.
2019-20
© NCERT 
not to be republished
106
Write the names of all the games mentioned in the
lesson in the table below. Make a in front of those
games that one played indoors. Against the outdoor
games make a . Don’t forget to write the number of
players needed for the game. If some other things are
also needed to play the game, then write their names as
well.
Some children might need help to fill the table. Encourage the children
to help each other. Children easily learn a lot from each other.
Names of the Number of players Things needed
games mentioned
in the lesson
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Family member Name of the game
Do you play any game similar to hop-scotch? What do
you call it? Draw the figure that you make to play the
game in the space below.
i Do you play some games with your family members?
Which games and with whom?
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