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IDaa CDs are completely mapped to the NCERT curriculum following CBSEboard. Which can be conveniently adapted to any state curriculum in India.

The CDs contain all the aspects of each topic in detail by textual explanation, experiments and relevant diagrams with clear and simple audio

- Counting Numbers 51 to 100
- Skip Counting
- Reading and writing of numbers
- Comparison of numbers
- Hit the bottle
- Expanded form of numbers

- Recap
- Addition of three 1-Digit Numb
- Dice Game
- Addition using forward countin
- Addition of Tens
- Addition of two or three 2-dig
- Addition with 10X10 grid

- Recap
- Subtraction using backward cou
- Solve the problem
- Spinning the wheel
- Subtraction using columns of t
- Subtraction of two 2-digit num
- Subtraction with 10x10 grid

- Concept of Multiplication
- Multiplication facts
- Order of Multiplication
- Table using Sticks
- Activity1
- Activity2
- Activity3

- Division
- Division as Finding Number of

- Getting to know shapes
- Making pictures from shapes
- Making shapes from solids
- Making patterns of shapes

- Recap
- Varun's time table
- Reading time in minutes
- Clock setting

- Ordinal Number
- Fruit that I like

- Coins and notes
- Counting rupees and paise
- Conversion of rupee into paise
- Comparison of two amounts
- Preparing a bill

- Length
- Mass or Weight
- Volume and capacity

- Parts of plants
- Life of plant
- Plants are useful

- Domestic animals
- Wild Animals
- Animals are useful

- Body parts
- Muscles & bones

- Forms of water

- Clean air & dirty air
- Moving air

- Rocks

- Shadows

- The sun

1 Writing and representingÂ 2â€“ digit numbers, using unit cubeâ€“rods and unitÂ cubes; and vice versa

2 WritingÂ and representingÂ 3â€“ digit numbers, using 100 rupee notes, 10â€“rupee notes and 1â€“rupee coins

3 Adding two numbers of 1 or 2 â€“digits each (sum does not exceed 100),Â using 10 Ã— 10 number grid

4 Subtracting a number from another number (The greater number does not exceed 99),Â Â using 10 Ã— 10 number grid

5 Representing a 2â€“digit and 3â€“digit numbers on an abacus

6 Forming and representing the greatest and the smallestÂ 3â€“digit numbers with given digits, on an abacus

7 Finding product of two 1â€“ digit numbers, using sticks/straws.

8 Making amounts of money with notes and coins (50 and 25 only) and vice versa.

9 Arranging given numbers in ascending and descending orders.

10 Reading time from clocks ( in hours and half hours), and arranging two hands to show given time

11 Making magic triangles with nine numbers 1 to 9 12. Estimating the length of an object (in complete centimeters), and verifying it.

- System Requirements : 1024 x 768 pixels, 32 bit colour, CD or DVD ROM, audio device and a pointing device.
- Hard Drive: 150 MB
- Processor: IBM/PC or compatible processor or 1.5 GHz or faster
- Operating System: Windows 2003, Windows Xp, Windows Vista, Windows 7,Windows 8
- Memory: 512 MB RAM

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