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1 Holiday Homework Grade 4 English Hey Kids, Summer vacation is round the corner. Hurray!!! Have you started creating your summer bucket list of all exciting things you will do? Visit new places, explore new surroundings, play games, go biking on a trail, find seashells in the sand go sun bathing and get that tan. To do all these and more, its summer vacations at the door Why not have fun with a little bit of learning along the way? So here s some itsy-bitsy holiday homework for you. Wishing you a wonderful and enjoyable summer break. Name : Section: 1

2 English Holiday Homework- Class IV Summer 2016 (FA 2) Read any one of the books given in the list (abridged version) and complete the BOOK REVIEW given on the next page. 1. Charlie and the chocolate factory-roald Dahl 2. A Little Princess Frances Hodgson Burnett 3. The Bad Beginning Lemony Snicket 4. The Adventures of Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn Mark Twain 5. Little Women Louisa May Alcott 6. Swami and his Friends R.K.Narayan 7. A Tale of Two Cities Charles Dickens 8. Any of the adventure tales from Famous Five Enid Blyton 9. Beastly Tales from Here and There Vikram Seth 10. Stuart Little E.B.White 2

3 BOOK REVIEW DATE: CLASS IV NAME: 1. Name of the Book : 2. Author : 3. Publisher : 4. Editor : 5. Illustrations (Pictures) : Do you like the illustrations? Yes/No Give reasons : 6. The story is about : 7. The character I like best : Reasons : 8. What have I learnt from the story? 9. Any other comments : 3

4 CREATIVE WRITING CLASS 4 HOLIDAY HOMEWORK ( ) 1. Write a paragraph on the given topic using the hints provided. Topic WHY SUMMER VACATIONS ARE FUN TIME!!! Think about what you like about the summer time. Write why you like summer vacations. Mention about at least three things that make it an absolute fun time. 4

5 2. You were feeling bored and decided to take a stroll (walk) down the beach in the evening. Describe in detail what you saw there as you strolled along the beach. Helpful Hints to get you started The first thing that struck you about the beach. Describe in detail the sea, sand and people etc. Describe the activities found at the beach. Describe the scene of the setting Sun. Express your feelings of catching such a remarkable sight. 5

6 3. Write a paragraph on the given topic using the hints provided. Topic TREASURE HUNT!!! You just found a treasure map, write about what you would do next. Do you decide to look for the treasure? Who is going to help you? What supplies would you need? 6

7 Read the following the passage and answer the questions that follow: THE STORY OF TEA It was autumn time. The air was starting to chill and the leaves were turning brown. A Chinese monk was taking a break from reading his holy books and prayers. He put a pot of water on fire to warm the room. Then he walked through the garden to watch the monkeys settle in for the cold season ahead. The monk went inside to where his water was boiling. He put his handful of flowers and leaves in a small bowl, and then put hot water over them. The fragrance released from the flower buds filed the air. The leaves changed the clear water to deep amber in color. The monk was so fascinated by the steaming liquid that he sipped slowly his first cup of tea. ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS: 1) What was the monk doing before he took a break? For the past year, he watched a monkey family gather certain foods at particular time of the day. This time, the monkeys were eating dried flower buds and leaves. The monk was amused. He picked up the same buds and leaves the monkeys has chosen. He was surprised to find that the flowers were still fragrant and the leaves were sticky with natural oils. Ans 1 2) FILL IN THE BLANKS a) The story took place in season. b) The leaves and flower buds turned the water into in color. 3) Find the synonym of the following from the passage : a) Specific - P b) Collect G 4) Give the antonym of the following words (the words are in the passage): a) Uncertain - b) Annoyed - 7

8 5) Make sentences from the following words: a) Pleased b) Select 8

9 फ़ ह ल अलवत नय इ डयन प र इव ट स क ल अह, क व त ग र ल न अव अवक श क न म क र ल न बर ---- प रश1 - कह न पढ़कर प छ गए प रश इ क उ द जए : ह स कसक यह घटन मह त म ब दध क बचपन क ह तब व र ज ब म र सदध थर क न म स ज न ज त थ र ज ब म र सदध थर बग च म टहहल रह थ सब ह क समय थ ब ग मम स रज क र शन व क पत त सक छ-छन कर आ रह थ अच नक एक ह स आसम न स गर उसक शर र मम एक ब ण लग थ ह स क शर र स ख न बह रह थ वह ददर स तड़प रह थ सदध थर घ यल ह स क द खकर ब च न ह गए उनहतनक ह स क उठ य और प य स उस क प खत पर ह थ फ र ध र -ध र उसक शर र स ब ण नक ल ह स क बह त आर म मल इतन मम वह द वदत त आय द वदतत र ज ब म र स दध थर क चच र भ ई थ वह प यत क शक र कय करत थ उस न ह स क ब ण म र थ वह ह स क ढ ढत ह आ ब ग मम आ पहबब उसन सदध थर स कह, यह ह स म र ह यह म र शक र ह ह स म झ द द सदध थर न कह, नह, यह ह स म र ह म न इस बच य ह द वदत क र ध स क प उठ इस तरह द नत मम झगड़ ह गय फ सल क लए व द नत मह र ज क प स गए मह र ज दरब र मम ब ठ थ सदध थर क चत चहववतब क र ज थ द वदत न र ज स कह, मह र ज, सदध थर मकर ह स नह क रह ह सदध थर ब ल, द वदत त न ह स क ब ण म र थ द वदत त क ब ण स ह स घ यल ह आ थ म न यह ब ण नक ल और ह स क बच य, इस लए यह ह स म र ह तब र ज ब ल, द वदतत तबम ह स क म रन च हत थ सदध थर न इस बच य ह इस लए ह स सदध थर क ह म रन व ल स बच न व ल बड़ ह त ह श हमम ज वत पर दय करन च हए

10 क. क य आपन कभ ह स द ख ह? उ) ख. आप पश -प यत क स थ क स व यवह र रतक ह?क य हम पशब-प यत क म रन च हए? उ) ग. क य आपन ग सग ज नवर क सह यत क? उ) घ. य द आप सदध थर क जबह ह तक त क य करत? उ) ङ. इस कह न स आप क कय श महतग ह? उ)

11 प रश2 - दए गए शबअश सइ व क य बन :-- 1) जनम न ) चबरस क र ) भ जन ) पडतस ) द स त ) ख त ) पर ) ज़ य द ) हम मत ) ख श

12 ) त य ह र ) ज द ) बबवस ) ग व ) प र न प रश3 - वणर- वच छ क जए :-- 1) म द न ) क ष ) प लत ) ख शह ल ) प रसन

13 6) औरत ) स व गत ) आक श ) मठ ई ) दलह प र 4 - अश दध व यश व अध करक ललखए :-- 1) म म र घर ज रह ह ) प ड़ पर च ड़य ब ठ ह ) म सब ह जल उउतक ह ) वह म र चत ज ह ) र त पढ़ रह ह ) म ख ल रह ह ) त म क य कर रह ह ) स रज चमक रह ह

14 ब प रश5 दए गए शबअश सह यत सइ इस कह न पसर जए :-- ( च रय, छपन, च व ड़, स न, य जन, सबक, घर, कमत, प ट, ब ए, स, प न, गर, र त, च ज़ ) एक ब र वजयनगर मम बह त ह रह थ एक दन च र त न ल र म क च र करन आए व घर क छप गए,पर त न ल र म क उन क क पत चल गय तब उसन च रत क सख न क लए एक बन ई उसन अपन पत न स ज़ र स कह, स न, अपन स र गहन और स म न कस मम ड ल द म उस स थ व ल मम ड ल आत ह, त क च रत क न मल छप ह ए च रत न यह ब त ल र त क जब सब गए, तब च रत न ब ए स नक ल- नक ल कर ख त मम ड लन श र कय स र ब त गई पर उनहम क ई न मल थककर व वह गर पड़म

15 प रश6 - गदय श पढ़कर प रश इ क उत तर द :-- वष र तब क स व गत हषर उलह स सक य ज त ह जब त ज़ गरम स मन ष य पर श ह ज त ह, पश - प प य स यह -वह भटकत ह,च रत तरफ़ स ख घ स दख ई द त ह ऐस मम आक श स प न क ब दम धरत पर गरत ह च रत तरफ़ ख श छ ज त ह स वन और भ त य द मह न वष र क कह तक ह ज न क अ त मम वष र आर भ ह त ह और द -ढ ई मह न सभ इसक आन द ल त ह क ल -क ल ब हत क द खकर म र न चन लगत ह वष र तब मम सनत क ख श क ठक न नह रहत आक श स बरसत जल फसहत क नय ज वन द त ह हम र द श क ष प रध न द श ह यह क ल ग यह इच छ करत ह क हर स ल अच छ वष र ह ज स द शमम ख शह ल आए 1) वष र तब क स व गत क स य ज त त ह? ) क न स द मह न वष र क ह तक ह? ) त ज़ गरम स क य-क य ह त ह? ) वष र तब मम स न खबश कयत ह तक ह?

16 इ ब न च दय गय ग र ल न अव अवक शक 40 pages A4 size न टब क म क जए 1) न च दए श तलइख वबअ दDictation words ) 3 ब र लख व य द कर ध य न ब ततत म तयब वश व स म द न हषर पर स गमरमर प रत य क नय य पय प थ म नचबणत ब स र आवश यकत कतर व स वत त रत स पशर वतर न म त प चवष य त य ह र द ण अ व न व यवह र न त म त भ म म ख य आवश यकत बघरटन म द च वत र म कर ण अ ह स सम म प रत क मन र जन य दध उत स ह शलत (Dictation test will be conducted from these words and will be graded for FA2) 2) गरम क छ ट टयश म आप न क न-क न स फल ख ए? उन फलश क ब र म 5 व क य ललखए और चत बन इए 3) अपन प रक वसकन क चत बन कर य चपक इए वह क वसकन आप क यश पस द ह 5 व यश म ललखए (Will be graded for FA2) 4) न टब क म 20 पननइ स लइख ललखए 5) इस न टब क क सज इए

17 Grade 4 French Holiday Homework: 1. Collez les images de cinq drapeaux de pays et écrire le nom de chaque pays et de la nationalité en français. (Stick the pictures of 5 country flags and write the country name and its nationality in French. (both masculine and feminine)) 2. Faites votre propre carte d'identité.(make your own ID Card.) All the work should be done in a scrap book or an A4 size paper. 1

18 Maths Holiday Homework A)Here are from brain teasers. Think before you write your answers. 1) Cross out four letters in the word LIVING and still have six. 2) How many matchsticks do you need to write the Roman numeral XXXIX? 3) Find two letters from the English word ELEVEN which could be used as Roman numerals? 4) Write the number 9 in Roman numerals on a piece of paper. Put it in front of a mirror. What number will you read now? 5)After eight years which class will you be studying in? Write in Roman numerals. 6) I am a number greater than 20 less than 25. When I am divided by 11, I leave a remainder 2. I am. 7) I am number4 greater than 14 5 and less than When I am divided by 5, I leave a remainder 1. I am. Divisibility Two butterflies want to hide behind the wall to escape a bee attack. They want to hide behind only those bricks that have three-digits numbers, the sum of whose digits is divisible by 5 ( eg 172, 7+2+1=10 which is divisible by 5). Circle the bricks where the butterflies can hide

19 Addition Supply the missing Digits 2

20 3

21 Division Supply the missing digits

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23 Mathematics HOLIDAY HOMEWORK CLASS- IV Dear children, We are sure that all of you must be waiting to enjoy your holidays and to have fun with members of your family. No waking up early, packing bags and going to school in the morning. You must have started making plans to visit your grandparents, relatives and friends, watching movies, taking a dip in the swimming pool and joining some activity classes with your friends. We wish that you enjoy every minute of this long summer break. The following are the topics for the maths exhibition. Make sure you complete these projects and come.

24 ALLOCATION OF TOPICS CLASSWISE & ROLL NUMBER WISE MATHS EXHIBITION STD IV ( ) CLASS IV ROLL NO. TOPIC TYPE OF PROJECT ( CHART/ MODEL/ PUZZLE/RIDDLE/LIVE DEMO OF MATHS TRICKS) IV A 1-5 NUMBERS PUZZLE/RIDDLE/LIVE DEMO OF MATHS TRICKS IV A 6-11 NUMBERS PUZZLE/RIDDLE/LIVE DEMO OF MATHS TRICKS IV B 1-5 ROMAN NUMERALS IV B 6-11 ROMAN NUMERALS CHART MODEL IVC 1-5 ADDITION CHART IV C 6-11 ADDITION PUZZLE/RIDDLE/LIVE DEMO OF MATHS TRICKS IV D 1-5 SUBTRACTION PUZZLE/RIDDLE/LIVE DEMO OF MATHS TRICKS IV D 6-11 SUBTRACTION PUZZLE/RIDDLE/LIVE DEMO OF MATHS TRICKS IVE 1-5 FRACTIONS MODEL IVE 6-11 FRACTIONS MODEL IV F 1-5 GEOMETRY MODEL IV F 6-11 GEOMETRY MODEL IV G 1-5 PICTORIAL REPRESENTATION OF DATA MODEL IV G 6-11 MULTIPLICATION PUZZLE/RIDDLE/LIVE DEMO OF MATHS TRICKS IV H 1-5 MULTIPLICATION PUZZLE/RIDDLE/LIVE DEMO OF MATHS TRICKS IV H 6-11 DIVISION PUZZLE/RIDDLE/LIVE DEMO OF MATHS TRICKS

25 IV I 1-5 DIVISION PUZZLE/RIDDLE/LIVE DEMO OF MATHS TRICKS IV I 6-11 MULTIPLES & FACTORS MODEL IV J 1-5 TIME & CALENDAR MODEL IVJ 6-11 TIME & CALENDAR MODEL IV K 1-5 MONEY MODEL IV K 6-11 MONEY CHART IV L 1-5 MEASUREMENT Of WEIGHT IVL 6-11 MEASUREMENT Of WEIGHT IV M 1-5 MEASUREMENT OF LENGTH IVM 6-11 MEASUREMENT OF LENGTH MODEL( Instruments used in measuring weights) MODEL( Instruments used in weights) MODEL( Instruments used in measuring lengths) CHART IV A TO M IV A TO M IV A TO M IV A TO M For those who learn Abacus Rubic cube Techniques of Vedic Maths Sudoko Abacus Corner Live demos Vedic Maths Corner Sudoko Corner

26 SCIENCE HOLIDAY HOMEWORK FAHAHEEL AL-WATANIEH INDIAN PRIVATE SCHOOL REVISION PAPER FOR FIRST TERM EXAMINATION (SA1) CLASS: IV-SCIENCE PORTION FOR FIRST TERM EXAMINATION ( ) Lesson- 2 All About Teeth Lesson- 3 Digestion in Our Body Lesson- 7 Plants Make Food Lesson- 8 How Plants Survive Learn from the notebook, reader and assignment. All the diagrams from the notebook, reader and assignment. I. Tick the correct option: 1. Which of the following plant part stores food? a) Leaf b) Stem c) Root d) All of these 2. Digestive juices contain a) Enzymes b) Nutrients c) Minerals d) Salt 3. Mangroves grow in a) Hilly areas b) Cold areas c) Marshy areas d) Desert 4. Which type of teeth help us in crushing the food? a) Canines b) Incisors c) Premolars d) Molars 5. Part of the tooth inside the gum is a) Neck b) Pulp c) Crown d) Enamel 1

27 II. Name the following: 1. Tiny openings on the surface of the leaves. 2. An insectivorous plant. 3. The hardest substance in the human body. 4. Trees that shed their leaves in winter. 5. Breaking down of food into smaller pieces and simpler forms to release nutrients. III. Fill in the blanks: 1. Water and minerals are absorbed from the soil by the. 2. Plants that grow on mountains have like leaves. 3. There are teeth in a permanent set of teeth. 4. The of cactus prepares the food for the plant. 5. Saliva changes into sugar. IV. Write True or False. 1. Duckweed is fixed aquatic plant. 2. Canines help in cutting and slicing the food. 3. Photo in the word photosynthesis means light. 4. There are 16 teeth in the upper jaw. 5. Teeth push the food down the food pipe. 2

28 V. Correct the underlined words and rewrite the correct statements. 1. Freezing helps in digestion and kills any germs swallowed with food. 2. Plants that grow on land are called aquatic plants. 3. Mouth secretes a juice called bile. 4. Stems are known as the food factories of plants. 5. Premolars are used for tearing the food. VI. Complete the sequence. 1. Plant Rabbit Fox Bacteria 2. Leaves : Spinach :: : Beans 3. Molar : Grinding :: : Cutting VII. Define the following: 1. Digestion- 3

29 2. Photosynthesis - 3. Floating plants - VIII. Give short answers. 1. What is the purpose of photosynthesis? 2. Why do we need different types of teeth? 3. Explain the adaptations of water hyacinth. 4

30 IX. Give reason: 1. Leaves are called the kitchen of a plant. 2. It is important to cook food. X. Answer in detail: 1. What are salivary glands? Write their functions. 2. Differentiate between milk teeth and permanent teeth. 5

31 XI. Identify the plants and write their habitats. XII. Fill in the blanks related to the given picture. This is. It is an plant. They grow in soils poor in. XIII. Draw the diagram of a lotus (Fixed aquatic plant). 6

32 XIV. Label the following diagram for the process of photosynthesis. (water taken by the roots, sunlight, carbon dioxide absorbed from the air, oxygen released into the air). XV. Label the flow chart of digestion process. 7

33 SCIENCE HOLIDAY HOMEWORK CLASS IV Dear children, Here comes the much awaited Summer - Break. Have a funfilled vacation with your near N dear ones!! And it s time to remind you all to complete your holiday home work. The following are the topics for your science exhibition. Please ensure to complete your work while you enjoy. All the projects should be accompanied with the explanation given in a chart. Choose any project based on the topic assigned to you. Science Exhibition Topics Class & Sec. Roll Numbers 23 to 26 Balanced diet Topics Model IV A IV B IV C 27 to 30 Different types of teeth/structure of a tooth 31 to 35 Set of permanent teeth or decayed tooth 23 to 26 Human Digestive system 27 to 30 Human Respiratory system / Excretory system 31 to 35 Human Circulatory system / Model of human Brain 23 to 26 Human heart / eye / ear 27 to 30 Molecular arrangement of Solids / Liquids /Gas 31 to 35 Aquatic animals / Camouflaging animals Model with chart Model with chart Model with chart 8

34 IV D IV E 23 to 26 Insectivorous plants with characteristic features (any one) 27 to 30 Coniferous plants with characteristic features(any one) 31 to 35 Desert plants with characteristic features(any one) 23 to 26 Lifecycle of a butterfly 27 to 30 Lifecycle of a frog 31 to 35 Lifecycle of bird (hen) Model with chart Model with chart IV F IV G IV H IV I 23 to 26 Vertebrates- Model with chart (any one) 27 to 30 Invertebrates-Model with Chart(any one) characteristic features 31 to 35 Parasites and scavengers with characteristic features 23 to 26 Solar panel 27 to 30 Solar cooker 31 to 35 Transformation of atomic energy into electrical energy 23 to 26 Process of photosynthesis / Structure of stomata. 27 to 30 Thermal power plant/ petroleum power plant 31 to 35 Food chain. 23 to 26 Land breeze 27 to 30 Sea breeze 31 to 35 Water cycle. Model with chart Model with chart Model with chart Model with chart IV J 23 to 26 weather plane, weather balloon, weather satellite and weather ship (any one) 27 to 30 Thermometer, Barometer, Rain guage (any one). 31 to 35 Global warming effects / causes Model with chart 9

35 IV K IV L IV M 23 to 26 Revolution of Earth causing seasons 27 to 30 Rotation causing day and night 31 to 35 Any one man made satellite. 23 to 26 Land pollution 27 to 30 Air pollution 31 to 35 Water pollution. 23 to 26 Bio degradables and non-biodegradables (comparision) 27 to 30 Make A Miniature Greenhouse 31 to 35 Reduce, Reuse, Recycle. Model with chart Model with chart Model with chart 10

36 Social Studies Holiday Home Work Class IV ( ) Dear children, What do you know about our GCC countries? The Cooperation Council for the Arab States of the Gulf known as the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) is a regional intergovernmental political and economic union consisting of all Arab states of the Persian Gulf. Its member states are Kingdom of Bahrain, Sultanate of Oman, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA), United Arab Emirates, The State of Kuwait and The State of Qatar. All current member states are monarchies, including three constitutional monarchies ( Qatar, Kuwait and Bahrain), two absolute monarchies ( Saudi Arabia and Oman)and one federal monarchy( The United Arab Emirates, composed of seven member states,, each with their own Amir). The GCC was established in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia in May Topic of your project is three Gulf countries: Qatar, Kuwait and Bahrain This is for all the sections of Class - IV Class Roll. no IV 12 Topic Art & Crafts of the state of Qatar. (Paintings, jewellery, pots sculpture etc) Historic places in Qatar ( different museum, fort, tower, castle etc) Nature of work Chart / Model 1

37 IV 13 Local customs and Qatari traditional dress( man / woman) and different industries in Qatar Model IV 14 Old and new houses, national flag and symbol of Qatar Chart / Model IV 15 Art & Crafts of the state of Kuwait. (Paintings, jewellery, pots sculpture etc) Model IV 16 IV 17 Local customs and Kuwaiti traditional dress( man / woman) and different industries in Kuwait Historic places in Kuwait ( National Assembly, Kuwait tower, Scientific center, museum, fort, castle etc) Chart / Model Model IV 18 Old and new houses, national flag and symbol of Kuwait Model IV 19 IV 20 Local customs and traditional dress ( man / woman) and different industries in Bahrain Art & Crafts of Bahrain. (Paintings, jewellery, pots sculpture etc) Historic places in Bahrain ( different museum, fort, tower, castle etc ) Model Chart / Model IV 21 & 22 Old and new houses, national flag and symbol of Bahrain Chart / Model 2

38 Fahaheel AL- Watanieh Indian Private School, Ahmadi Kuwait Social Studies Revision Sheet, I Term ( ) Class: IV I. Tick ( ) the correct answer: 1. The first man to climb Mt.Everest was. a.sir Edmund Hillary b.hillary Clinton c.artur Hajzer d.joe Simpson 2. Bhangra and Gidda are popular folk dances of state a. Kolkata b. Assam c. Punjab d. Uttar Pradesh 3. The Hirakud Dam has been built across the river. a. Kaveri b. Mahanadi c. Godavari d. Krishna 3

39 4. Mt. Godwin Austen is located in mountain. a. Deccan Plateau b. Himalayas c. Karakoram d. Southern Plateau 5. is the famous city and seaport of the Konkan coast. a. Kolkata b. Chennai c. Vishakhapatnam d. Mumbai 6. is the glacier from which Yamuna rises. a. Gangotri b. Yamunotri c. Ken d. Kailash 7. Jharkhand is the largest producer of. a. Iron b. Coal c. Bauxite d. Mica 8. The Union Territory, is surrounded by Gujarat and Maharashtra. a. Dadra and Nagar Haveli b. Lakshadweep 4

40 c. Pondicherry d. Delhi II Fill in the blanks: 1. A tourist complex, has recently been set up in Dadra and Nagar Haveli. 2. The area watered by a river and its tributaries is called. 3. The plateau is a part of the north-western plateau. 4. and are the famous lakes in Srinagar. 5. The famous Howrah Bridge is also known as. 6. is a place famous for the Kumbh mela. 7. The main occupation of the people living on the coast is. 8. People of Meghalaya eat and. III. Name the following: 1. Two main crops of West Bengal., 2. Two rivers that originate from the Himalayas., 3. Two major towns in the Malwa plateau., 4. Two major industries of West Bengal., 5

41 5. Two groups of islands which are away from the coast of India., 6. Two minerals found in the Chhotanagpur plateau., IV. Write true or false: 1. The southern part of the eastern coastal plain is called the northern Circars. 2. Bachendri Pal was the first Indian woman to climb Mt.Everest. 3. The plateau region lies to the south of the northern plains. 4. Godavari and Kaveri rivers form delta on the coast of Andhra Pradesh. 5. Lepcha, Bhutia are the languages of the state of West Bengal 6. Chhat is the main festival celebrated in Bihar V. Match the following: 1. Aurobindo Ashram 2. Cheraw 3. Bhakhra Dam 4. Chennai 5. Jog falls a) Mizoram b) Marina Beach c) Sharavati river d) Pondicherry e) Satluj 6

42 VI. Define the following: 1. Phiran _ 2.Waterfall _ 3. Lagoon _ 4. Silt _ VII. Answer in one sentence: 1. What do you mean by Gaddi? _ 7

43 2. Which states are benefitted most from the river Satluj? 3. Why is the Chhattisgarh plain very fertile? 4. What is the Northern Circars? _ 5. Where is the plateau region located? _ VIII. Write short answers: (Two points each) 1. Where does the river Brahmaputra originate? What is it called there? 8

44 2. Describe the life of the people of Himachal Pradesh. 3. What is a port? Name any two ports of India. 4. Which state of India is richest in terms of mineral wealth and why? 9

45 5. What are the regional languages of Bihar? Which festivals are celebrated here? IX. Answer in detail: 1. What is the extent of the Ganga Basin? Name the rivers watering it. 2. Write a note on the Andaman and Nicobar islands. 10

46 3. What are the physical divisions of Plateau region? 4. Write a note on the importance of the Himalayas. 11

47 Fahaheel Al Watanieh Indian Private School, Ahmadi Kuwait. GK Extra Questions. (1 ST Term ) Class: IV Q1. Which is the second largest moon in the Solar System? Ans Q2. Who invented the sign language? Ans Q3. Name the plant used for preparing medicine to treat Malaria. Ans Q4. Which fish puff themselves up in the air or water when they get angry or threatened? Ans Q5. Which Prime Minister received the highest civilian award of Saudi Arabia in 2016? Ans Q6. What is the currency of Malaysia? Ans Q7. Name the first organic state of India. Ans 1

48 Q8. Which is the only creature born with horns? Ans Q9. Which was the first American newspaper started in 1690? Ans Q10. What was the old name of Ghana? Ans Q11. Which Chinese Empress discovered `silk? Ans Q12. Name the game with which the term `hook check is associated. Ans Q13. What is `Thanks Giving Day also called? Ans Q14. Name the first tourist who went to the space. Ans Q15. President of India has declared which Indian State as the 1 st digital state? Ans Q16. Who propounded the `Big Bang theory? Ans 2

49 Q17. Which creature is the symbol of medicine? Ans Q18.Who won the 2015 World Chess Championship? Ans Q19. Which continent is symbolised by the Red Ring in the Olympic flag? Ans Q20. Who created the cartoon character `Buster Brown? Ans Q21.Identify and write the names of the following with the help of the given clues: Indira Gandhi,WHO, UNICEF, Chrysanthemum, B.R.Ambedkar, Nelson Mandela (Emblem of international organisation) 1. 3

50 2. (Father of Indian constitution) 3. (Emblem of Japan) (Emblem of international organisation) 4. 4

51 5. (First lady Prime Minister of India) 6. Answers : 1. Titan 2. Jerome Cardon 3. Quinine 4. Puffed fish 5. Narendra Modi 5

52 6. Ringgit 7. Sikkim 8. Giraffe 9. Publick Occurrences 10. Gold Coast 11. Xiling Ji 12. Ice Hockey 13. Cillege festival 14. Dennis Tito 15. Kerala 16. Abbe George Lemaitre 17. Snake 18. Magnus Carlsen 19. America 20. Richard Outcault 6

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