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NCERT Textbook - Smart Charts Notes | Study Mathematics for Class 3: NCERT - Class 3

Class 3: NCERT Textbook - Smart Charts Notes | Study Mathematics for Class 3: NCERT - Class 3

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Look at the different flowers in the
picture. Complete the table:
Flowers of Different Colours
Have you been to a park?
What coloured flowers did you see?
Were most of the flowers yellow
in colour?
Number
of flowers
Colour
of flowers
Blue
Red
Orange
Purple
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Look at the different flowers in the
picture. Complete the table:
Flowers of Different Colours
Have you been to a park?
What coloured flowers did you see?
Were most of the flowers yellow
in colour?
Number
of flowers
Colour
of flowers
Blue
Red
Orange
Purple
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Draw the right flower.  Write how many there are.
a)                are the most in number. How many? .
b)                are the least in number. How many? .
c)                are more than
d)                are more than
This chapter is an early introduction to data handling, an important area of mathematics. By the
end of primary school, children need to be able to collect and record data, to present it in the form
of bar charts and tables, to recognise patterns in the data and to draw inferences.Teachers can
take several interesting and even funny examples from chilldren's own experiences. Pictures
given here could also be used for different classification exercises, such as the number of petals
of flowers.
What do We See on the Road?
Look at the traffic scene in the picture and fill in the table.
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177
Look at the different flowers in the
picture. Complete the table:
Flowers of Different Colours
Have you been to a park?
What coloured flowers did you see?
Were most of the flowers yellow
in colour?
Number
of flowers
Colour
of flowers
Blue
Red
Orange
Purple
13   Smart Charts!
2019-2020
178
Draw the right flower.  Write how many there are.
a)                are the most in number. How many? .
b)                are the least in number. How many? .
c)                are more than
d)                are more than
This chapter is an early introduction to data handling, an important area of mathematics. By the
end of primary school, children need to be able to collect and record data, to present it in the form
of bar charts and tables, to recognise patterns in the data and to draw inferences.Teachers can
take several interesting and even funny examples from chilldren's own experiences. Pictures
given here could also be used for different classification exercises, such as the number of petals
of flowers.
What do We See on the Road?
Look at the traffic scene in the picture and fill in the table.
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179
Can a horse without
a rider come in this
smart chart?
Answer the following questions.
a) In the picture which way of travel do you see the most?
b) Which way of travel (vehicle) do you see the least?
c) The number of people walking is more than the number of
d) The number of buses is less than the number of
How Many Times do You Get 6?
How many Way of Travel
Walking (people)
Bicycles
Scooters
Have you
played any
games with
dice?
How many dots
are there on the
different faces
of a die?
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177
Look at the different flowers in the
picture. Complete the table:
Flowers of Different Colours
Have you been to a park?
What coloured flowers did you see?
Were most of the flowers yellow
in colour?
Number
of flowers
Colour
of flowers
Blue
Red
Orange
Purple
13   Smart Charts!
2019-2020
178
Draw the right flower.  Write how many there are.
a)                are the most in number. How many? .
b)                are the least in number. How many? .
c)                are more than
d)                are more than
This chapter is an early introduction to data handling, an important area of mathematics. By the
end of primary school, children need to be able to collect and record data, to present it in the form
of bar charts and tables, to recognise patterns in the data and to draw inferences.Teachers can
take several interesting and even funny examples from chilldren's own experiences. Pictures
given here could also be used for different classification exercises, such as the number of petals
of flowers.
What do We See on the Road?
Look at the traffic scene in the picture and fill in the table.
2019-2020
179
Can a horse without
a rider come in this
smart chart?
Answer the following questions.
a) In the picture which way of travel do you see the most?
b) Which way of travel (vehicle) do you see the least?
c) The number of people walking is more than the number of
d) The number of buses is less than the number of
How Many Times do You Get 6?
How many Way of Travel
Walking (people)
Bicycles
Scooters
Have you
played any
games with
dice?
How many dots
are there on the
different faces
of a die?
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k Throw a die.
k Look at the number of dots you get on the face of your die.
k For each throw draw a mark / in front of that number in
the table.
k Throw the die 30 times and mark in the table each time.
For example, Rabia threw her die 30 times. She got  five
times. In her table she marked:
a) Which face of the die did you get the most number of  times?
b) How many times did  come up?  times
c) came up more number of times than
d) Compare your table with that of the student sitting next to
you. Do you find any difference in the two tables?
Now fill in the table:
/////
Number of times
( / for each throw)
Face of the die
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Look at the different flowers in the
picture. Complete the table:
Flowers of Different Colours
Have you been to a park?
What coloured flowers did you see?
Were most of the flowers yellow
in colour?
Number
of flowers
Colour
of flowers
Blue
Red
Orange
Purple
13   Smart Charts!
2019-2020
178
Draw the right flower.  Write how many there are.
a)                are the most in number. How many? .
b)                are the least in number. How many? .
c)                are more than
d)                are more than
This chapter is an early introduction to data handling, an important area of mathematics. By the
end of primary school, children need to be able to collect and record data, to present it in the form
of bar charts and tables, to recognise patterns in the data and to draw inferences.Teachers can
take several interesting and even funny examples from chilldren's own experiences. Pictures
given here could also be used for different classification exercises, such as the number of petals
of flowers.
What do We See on the Road?
Look at the traffic scene in the picture and fill in the table.
2019-2020
179
Can a horse without
a rider come in this
smart chart?
Answer the following questions.
a) In the picture which way of travel do you see the most?
b) Which way of travel (vehicle) do you see the least?
c) The number of people walking is more than the number of
d) The number of buses is less than the number of
How Many Times do You Get 6?
How many Way of Travel
Walking (people)
Bicycles
Scooters
Have you
played any
games with
dice?
How many dots
are there on the
different faces
of a die?
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180
k Throw a die.
k Look at the number of dots you get on the face of your die.
k For each throw draw a mark / in front of that number in
the table.
k Throw the die 30 times and mark in the table each time.
For example, Rabia threw her die 30 times. She got  five
times. In her table she marked:
a) Which face of the die did you get the most number of  times?
b) How many times did  come up?  times
c) came up more number of times than
d) Compare your table with that of the student sitting next to
you. Do you find any difference in the two tables?
Now fill in the table:
/////
Number of times
( / for each throw)
Face of the die
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Also find out from
animals around you!
Find out from People Around You
1. Talk to people around you about their favourite sweets.
Fill in the table:
From the above table answer the following:
a)  Most favourite sweet
b) Least favourite sweet
c) is liked more than
(Name of the sweet) (Name of the sweet)
d)  is liked more than
e) is liked more than
f)   is liked more than
Favourite
sweet
Number
of
people
Jalebi
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