# Holidays Homework

Topics: Cheque, Rabi crop, Bank Pages: 2 (418 words) Published: May 17, 2013
ADARSH PUBLIC SCHOOL
HOLIDAYS’ ASSIGNMENT CLASS – V SESSION 2012-13
Instructions • Do the assignment in a decorated file. • Assignment will be graded on the basis of student’s creativity and efforts. • Revise the syllabus of the cycle test. 1. 2. 3. 4. Make a mini dictionary of at least 100 words. You can illustrate the words with pictures. Read the newspaper daily and pick out five difficult words everyday. Use these words in your own sentences. Make a photo album of your childhood days memories. Write at least five unforgettable and happy incidents. The buttons of a mobile phone have numbers along with letters of English alphabet. By relating the letters with the corresponding numbers, solve the problems given below: E.g. WORK + PLAY = 17204 9675 + 7529 = 17204 (i) RUN WIN = (ii) BREAD SUMMER = JAM =

(iii) COOLER – HEAT (iv) START – END =

Frame and solve four more questions using different words of your own choice. 5. Imagine you are issuing a cheque to Mr. B to buy a car and a house. Make 2 specimens of Bank Cheques and write the cost of the above items. Don’t forget to cross your cheque!

6. 7. 8.

Complete Activity sheets 15 to 21 in Activity Book. Do the Assignment – ‘Research’ (Pg-49) of Mathesis. Collect 10 different crops. Separate them as Rabi and Kharif crops. Label and mount them on colourful pastel sheets. Write the type of soil they need to grow and also mention the states in which they are grown in plenty. The world is full of plants and animals. They are found in different habitats that support their life. Find out the names of any three plants and animals living in each of these habitats. Draw, colour and enter them in the ‘Habitat Chart’. Make a project on ‘Means of Communication’. (Any 5) with relevant information about how and when they were invented. Also write a few lines about their importance and role in our daily life. There are six main continents in the world. Write down the names of at least ten countries along with the...

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