1 TP-2 2 R.C.C Canal road, B/H VNSGU, Vesu, Surat. (PH.)0261 (PH.) Yearly Planning ( ) (201 STD STD-III Mobile App Name: Std: Division: Roll No:
2 Book List SUBJECT TITLE PUBLICATION English Raindrops 3 Ratnasagar English Grammar The New Grammar Tree 3 L.L Wordsworth Module 1 Oxford ACTUniv's Wordsworth Hindi Rimzim 3 NCERT Hindi Grammar Vyakaran sanbhod 3 Madhubun Maths Unified Mathematics 3 (Optima) G.K. WOW 3 Pinewood I.T. Apps-Windows Kips Drawing Creativity & Beyond 3 EVS Fun with Environmental Studies 3 (02) Blue Print Education Cordova Holiday List ( ) Date Day Holidays April 14/04/18 Saturday Dr.Ambedkar Jayanti Summer Vacation :01/05/18 To 04/06/2018 (Students join back on 05/06/18) June 16/06/18 Saturday Ramzan Id July 31/07/18 Tuesday Aloona Jagran September 15/08/18 Wednesday Independence day 22/08/18 Wednesday Bakri Id 26/08/18 Sunday Rakshabandhan 03/09/18 Monday Janmashtami 13/09/18 Thursday Ganesh Chaturthi 21/09/18 Friday Muhharram 23/09/18 Sunday Ganesh Visarjan 02/10/18 Tuesday Mahatma Gandhi Jayanti October 18/10/18 Thursday Dussehra(Vijaya Dashmi) Diwali Vacation : 05/11/2018 to 25/11/2018 (Students join back on 26/11/18) 21/11/18 Wednesday Id-e-Milad November 23/11/18 Friday GuruNanak Jayanti December 25/12/18 Tuesday Christmas Day January 01/01/19 Tuesday New Year 14/01/19 Monday Makar Sankranti/Uttarayan 15/01/19 Tuesday Makar Sankranti/Uttarayan 26/01/19 Saturday Republic Day February.... March 03/03/19 Monday MahaShivratri 21/03/19 Thursday Dhuleti NOTE: If any changes in the schedule, it will be pre informed through school calendar. (03)
3 PTM Schedule ( ) Std-III In case of any changes in the given schedule, Intimation will be sent through school diary. Date Day April Monday Saturday October Saturday November Saturday January Saturday Saturday March (Result declaration) It is compulsory to attend PTM according to roll number. Kindly take a note of the following: Note: 9:30 am to 10:00 am Roll No. 1 to 10 10:00 am to 10:30 am Roll No. 11 to 20 10:30 am to 11:00 am Roll No. 21 to 30 11:00 am to 11:30 am Roll No. 31 onwards SR NO 1 2 Intra Class Competition( ) MONTHS DATE DAY COMPETITION CLASSES June 15th Jun 30th Jun 3rd aug Monday Saturday Friday English Essay Writing Spellbee Competition English handwriting competition III -IV I-IV I-IV 13th Aug Monday FANCY DRESS I & II 18th Aug Saturday Hindi handwriting competition I to IV 3 September 1st Sept. Saturday Matki decoration III & IV 4 October 12th Oct 15th Oct 20th Oct Friday Monday Saturday Traditional Dress Competition Science Olympiad English Story telling I - IV III - VIII I & IV 5 November 3rd Nov Saturday Rangoli III & IV 1st Dec Saturday Drawing Competititon I to IV 6 December 12th Dec Wednesday Maths Olympiad III & IV (04) (05)
4 Exam Schedule ( ) I Evaluation Date Day Subject Saturday Hindi L-1,2 Gr-2,3,4, Monday EVS L-1,2,4,5, Tuesday Drawing Pg no 3 Draw Butterfly & Colour it. Fill colour in given picture Wednesday Maths L-2,3,4,5, Thursday L-1,2, Friday English Text- L-1,2, P1,2 Gr- L2, 3, 4, 13 Essay Writing Saturday GK L-1,3,5,6,7,10 Inform through diary Practical Tux Paint II Evaluation Date Day Subject Tuesday EVS Les-7,8,9,10, Wednesday L- 4, Thursday English Friday Drawing Saturday Hindi Text-L3,5, P3 Gr- L5, 6,7,9 Picture Composition Pg no 8 Draw Dolphine with scenery & Colour it. Fill colour in given picture. L- 4,6,7 Gr-6,7,8, Monday Maths L-7,10,11, Thursday GK Inform through diary Practical L-12,14,16,18, 19, 21, 22, 23 Paint Note: If any changes in the schedule, it will be pre informed through school diary. Note: If any changes in the schedule, it will be pre informed through school diary. (06) (07)
5 III Evaluation Date Day Subject Thursday EVS L-12,13,14,15,16, Friday L- 6, Saturday English Text- L6,7,8 P-4 Gr- L12,14,15,17 Essay Monday Maths L-8,9,12,13, Tuesday Drawing Pg no 19 Draw Seascape & Colour it. Fill colour in given picture Monday Hindi Le-8,10,11 Gr-9,11,12, Tuesday GK Inform through diary Practical L- 24,25,26,27,28,30,31,34 MS Word IV Evaluation Date Day Subject Friday EVS L-18,19,20,21, Saturday L- 8, Tuesday Maths L-14,16,17,18, Wednesday Drawing Pg no 16 Draw Cock with scenery & Colour it. Fill colour in given picture Thursday English Text- L9,10,P5,6 Gr- L16,18,19,21 Picture Composition Friday GK L- 36,38,39,40,41,42,45, Saturday Hindi Inform through diary Practical L-13,14,15 Gr-13,15,16,19 MSW Logo Note: If any changes in the schedule, it will be pre informed through school diary. Note: If any changes in the schedule, it will be pre informed through school diary. (08) (09)
6 SYLLABUS English April Reader L-1 Ali and the Innkeeper P-1 Nice Words to Say Grammar Ch-2 Nouns : Proper, Common & Collective, Ch -3 Nouns: Number June Reader L-2 My Home,Your Home P-2 Opposite Day Grammar Ch -4 Do you know their Names -1? Ch -10 Alice, Ch-13 Nouns : Gender July Reader - L 3 The North Wind Grammar Ch -5 Adjectives, Ch -6 Articles : A, An, The Ch -23 Writing a Paragraph Reader L-5 A Tiger in the Storeroom P 3 On the Way Home Grammar Ch-7 Do you know their Names -2? Ch -8 Conjunction, Ch-9 Prepositions Ch -24 Picture Composition September Reader, L-6 Old Brer Rabbit Grammar Ch-11 The Real Princess Ch -14 Words which sound the Same October Reader:L-7 Sona s Adventure 1 P- 4 Tommy s Five Senses Grammar Ch-12 Verbs:Tenses, Ch-15 Pronouns, November Grammar- Ch -25 The Traveller December Reader L-8 Sona s Adventure 2 P 5 The Star Grammar Ch -17 Adverbs Ch-19 Words which mean the Same Ch -23 Writing a Paragraph January Reader L-9 Sabina s Composition P 6 Where Go the Boats? Grammar Ch -16 Verbs : The Continuous Tenses Ch -20 Subject and Predicate Ch -21 Verbs : The Base Form February Reader L-10 In Grandmother s Hut Grammar Ch -24 Picture Composition Ch -22 Kind Hans, Ch-26 Greedy us Gloop (10) April June July September October Hindi R- Ch.-1 Ch.-2 G- - Ch.-1 [Not in exam] Ch.-2 R- Ch.-3 [only for reading-not in exam] G - Ch.-3 Ch.- Ch- REVISION R- Ch.-4 Ch.-5 [only for reading-not in exam] G- Ch.- [not in exam] Ch.- R- Ch.-6- G- Ch.- Ch.- R- Ch.-7 G- Ch.- REVISION R - Ch.-8 Ch.- G- Ch- [only for reading-not in exam] Ch.- [not in exam] Ch.- November R- Ch.- December January February G- Ch- Ch- REVISION R- Ch-1 [only for reading-not in exam] Ch.-1 G- Ch-1 Ch-1 R- Ch- Ch.- R- Ch.-1 Ch 1 - G- Ch.- [not in exam] Ch- REVISION (11)
7 April June July September October November December January February Maths L-2 Introduction To Four Digit Numbers L-4 Addition and Subtraction L-5 Addition With Carrying L-5 Addition With Carrying L-6 Subtraction With Borrowing l-3roman Numerals L-7 Multiplication L-10 Fractions L-11 Lines and Shapes L-15 Time L-8 Division L-9 Division by Regrouping L-12 Solids L-13 Patterns L-14 Money(ex-A,B) L-14 Money(ex-C, D,E) L-16 Length L-17 Mass L-18 Capacity L-19 Data Handling April June July September October November December January February EVS Ch-1 Learning in a family Ch-2 Our sweet Home Ch-3 Animal world Ch-4Plants around us Ch-5 Beautiful world of birds Ch-6 We care for animals Ch-7 Water and us Ch-8 Plants and animals need water Ch-9 Cooking food Ch-10 The story of food Ch-11 We save water Ch-12 Houses we make Ch 13 Work we do Ch-14 Art of pot-making Ch-15Games we play Ch-16 Celebrating festivals Ch -17 keeping healthy and fits Ch- 18 Locating places Ch-19 Means of communication Ch-20 Moving here and there Ch- 21 Natural resources and pollution Ch-22 Web of life (12) (13)
8 April June July September October November December January February GK L- 1 states and union territories L2- Fishes L3- Birds L4- Indian Poets L5- Our solar system L6- Madhya Pradesh L7- Food pyramid L8- pixel L9- Green foods & vegetable L10-kids Movies L11-Logical Reasoning1(HW) L12- Teeth care L13- Wild Animals (HW) L14- Be generally aware L15- Shrubs L16- Benefits from sunlight L17- Flags from countries L18 Outer games L-19 Famous Sports Person L20 Anagram alley (HW) L21 Neem and Tulsi L22- Lil champs of India 123- Logical Reasoning 2 L24- Health tips L25- Carnivores Animals L26- Trees L27- Languages of the world L28- Indoor Plants L29- Rivers of the India (HW) L30 National game of countries L 31-Waste management L 32- Riddle L34- Countries capital &Currencies L35- Logical Reasoning 3(HW) L36- Tools for grading L 37- Food for Animals (HW) L38-Important days L39- Trees L40- Invention L41-Interesting place in India L42- Germs & Throws L45- Almond & Pistachio L46- Tallest in India (14) April June July September October L-1 Parts of a L-2 Hardware and Software L-3 Tux Paint L-4 Understanding Windows L-5 Working with Paint L-6 The Keyboard November December L-7 Microsoft Word 2007 January February L-8 Log on to Logo L-9 Using Primitives (15)
9 Drawing April Pg.no.3, 5, 18, 29 June Pg.no. 4, 19, 30 July Pg.no. 6, 7, 20, 31 Pg. no. 8, 9, 21, 33 September Pg. no. 10, 11, 22, 23 October Pg. no. 12, 13, 16, 24 November Pg.no. 34, 35, 36 December Pg.no. 14, 15, 25, 38 January Pg.no. 26, 27, 39, 40 February Pg. no. 17, 28, 41, 42 (16) PAPER PATTERN( ) EVS EVALUATION - I Q-1 MCQs (7) Q-2 Fill in the blanks (5) Q-3 Name the following (5) Q-4 Answer in one sentence (5) Q-5 Answer in 2 3 sentences (9) Q-6 Matching (5) Q-7 Draw and label the diagram (4) EVALUATION II Q-1 MCQs (7) Q-2 Fill in the blanks (5) Q-3 Name the following (5) Q-4 Answer in one sentence (5) Q-5 Answer in 2 3 sentences (9) Q-6 Matching (5) Q-7 Draw and label the diagram (4) EVALUATION III Q-1 MCQs (7) Q-2 Fill in the blanks (5) Q-3 Name the following (5) Q-4 Answer in one sentence (5) Q-5 Answer in 2 3 sentences (9) Q-6 Matching (5) Q-7 Draw and label the diagram (4) EVALUATION IV Q-1 MCQs (7) Q-2 Fill in the blanks (5) Q-3 Name the following (5) Q-4 Answer in one sentence (5) Q-5 Answer in 2 3 sentences (9) Q-6 Matching (5) Q-7 Locate any four state (4) (17)
10 English EVALUATION - I Q-1 Meanings : (3) Q-2 Opposites: (3) Q-3 Tick the correct answer: (3) Q-3 Make sentences: (3) Q-4 Answer the following questions: (8) Q-5 Grammar (10) Q-6 Comprehension (5) Q-7 Essay writing (5) EVALUATION II Q-1 Meanings : (3) Q-2 Opposites: (3) Q-3True or false: (3) Q-3 Make sentences: (3) Q-4 Answer the following questions: (8) Q-5 Grammar (10) Q-6Comprehension (5) Q-7 Picture composition (5) EVALUATION III Q-1 Meanings : (3) Q-2 Opposites: (3) Q-3Tick the correct answer: (3) Q-3 Make sentences: (3) Q-4 Answer the following questions: (8) Q-5 Grammar (10) Q-6Comprehension (5) Q-7 Essay writing (5) EVALUATION IV Q-1 Meanings : (3) Q-2 Opposites: (3) Q-3True or false: (3) Q-3 Make sentences: (3) Q-4 Answer the following questions: (8) Q-5 Grammar (10) Q-6Comprehension (5) Q-7 Picture composition (5) (18) EVALUATION - I Hindi EVALUATION - II EVALUATION - III EVALUATION IV
11 Maths EVALUATION - I Q -1 MCQ (4) Q -2 Fill in the blanks (4) Q-3 Simplify (20) Q-4 Solve (12) EVALUATION - II Q -1 MCQ (4) Q -2 Fill in the blanks (4) Q-3 Simplify (20) Q-4 Solve (12) EVALUATION - III Q -1 MCQ (4) Q -2 Fill in the blanks (4) Q-3 Simplify (20) Q-4 Solve (12) EVALUATION - IV Q -1 MCQ (4) Q -2 Fill in the blanks (4) Q-3 Simplify (20) Q-4 Solve (12) G K EVALUATION - I Q1. Multiple choice questions (5) Q2. Fill in the blanks. (5) Q3. Match the following. (5) Q4. Name the following. (5) EVALUATION - II Q1. Multiple choice questions (4) Q2. Fill in the blanks. (4) Q3. Match the following. (4) Q4. Name the following. (4) Q5. Identify the image. (4) EVALUATION - III Q1. Multiple choice questions (4) Q2. Fill in the blanks. (4) Q3. Match the following. (4) Q4. Name the following. (4) Q5. Identify the image. (4) EVALUATION - IV Q1. Multiple choice questions (4) Q2. Fill in the blanks. (4) Q3. Match the following. (4) Q4. Name the following. (4) Q5. Identify the image. (4) (20) (21)
12 Evaluation I Q-1. Fill in the blanks. (3) Q-2. State True(T) or False(F). (3) Q-3. Multiple Choice Questions. (3) Q-4. Match the columns. (3) Q-5. Name the device. (4) Q-6. Full forms. (3) Q-7. Answer the following. (3*2=6) Evaluation II Q-1. Fill in the blanks. (5) Q-2. State True(T) or False(F). (5) Q-3. Multiple Choice Questions. (5) Q-4. Identify the tools. (4) Q-5. Answer the following. (3*2=6) Evaluation III Q-1. Fill in the blanks. (3) Q-2. State True(T) or False(F). (8) Q-3. Multiple Choice Questions. (5) Q-4. Match the columns. (3) Q-5. Answer the following. (3*2=6) Evaluation IV Q-1. Fill in the blanks. (5) Q-2. Match the columns. (4) Q-3. Tick the commands which require the number of steps. (4) Q-4. Write the full form of command. (3) Q-5. Answer in one word. (3) Q-5. Answer the following. (3*2=6) (22)
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