CBSE Class 3 Revision Assignments (6)

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CBSE Class 3 Revision Assignments (6)

 

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SUMMER BREAK ASSISGNMENT

CLASS‐3

ENGLISH

1. Read good story books.

2. Revise the syllabus of April & May.

3. Learn poem no. 1 to 6 from Poetry Magic.

4. Project‐write any 4 ways in which you can save water at home. Draw or

paste pictures also.

E.V.S.

1. Read newspapers daily and watch relevant news channels.

2. Revise L‐1 and L‐2

3. On A‐3 size sheet, paste pictures of junk food and healthy food. Also write

disadvantages of junk food.

4. Make a decorative item using best out of waste.

Mathematics

1. Revise U‐1 and U‐2

2. Learn tables 2 to 20

3. Do 5 sums each of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division in

practice notebook weekly.

4. On A‐3 size sheet make Roman Numbers from 1 to 10 with the help of

matchsticks.

Science

1. Revise L 4 and L5.

2. Make interesting patterns using different types of leaves on A3 size sheet.

3. Make a project report on any 10 endangered and extinct birds. Collect the

information and pictures from internet.

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