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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

- Numbers- A Recall
- Numbers beyond 10000
- Numbers beyond 10000

- Multiples
- Common Multiples
- Factors
- Common Factors

- Understanding Equivalent Fractions
- Comparison of Fractions
- Addition and subtraction of fractions

- Understanding Tengths
- Understanding Hundredths
- Use of Decimals in measuring units

- Comparison of Decimals
- Addition of Decimals
- Subtraction of Decimals

- Concept of Area
- Units of Area
- Area of a Rectangle and a square
- Area of a Triangle

- Concept of Volume and capacity
- Unit Cube
- Volume of Cuboid and a cube
- Volume of liquid

- Point, line, and plane
- Angles
- Polygons

- Divisible Numbers
- Divisibility Tests

- Multiplication and Division Facts
- Short Divisions
- Division by a 2 or 3 Digit Number
- Solving simple problems

- What is a Estimation?
- Estimating sums and difference
- Estimating Products and Quotients

- Data Handling

- What is Tessellation?
- Activity
- Tessellation on a Dot Paper

- Sense organs
- Animals Sense Organs
- Activity
- Activity 2
- Activity 3
- Activity 4
- Activity 5

- Snakes
- Anaconda
- Snake Charmer
- Activity 1
- Activity 2
- Activity 3

- Tongue tastes
- Process of Digesting
- Hunger
- Balnce diet
- Activity 1
- Activity 2
- Activity 3
- Activity 4
- Activity 5
- Activity 6

- Different types of food
- Leafy Vegetables
- What is spoilage of foods
- Preservation of food
- Activity 1
- Activity 2
- Activity 3

- Germination of Seeds
- Many types of Seeds
- Dispersal of seeds
- Activity
- Activity 2

- Drop by Drop
- Why does Scarsity of water arise?
- How do people get Water?
- Usage of water
- Activity 1
- Activity 2

- What Flots& What Sinks ?
- What dissolves, what did not?
- Will ice melt ,Overflow?
- Where do we get rain from?
- Do oil & water mix?
- Racing Drops
- Magic
- Activity 1
- Activity 2
- Activity 3
- Activity 4
- Activity 5

- Causetive Organism
- Symtums of maleria
- Dignosis
- Treatment
- How to control Maleria
- Activity 1
- Activity 2
- Activity 3
- Activity 4

- Different Paths
- Shelter
- Famous mountain for mountaineering
- Activity 1
- Activity 2
- Activity 3

- What are forts
- Famous Forts
- Activity 1
- Activity 2

- Zero Gravity
- Astronaut
- More to know
- Activity 1
- Activity 2

- What is Fosil Fuels?
- Uses of Fosil Fuels
- Non renewable Energy Resources
- Renewable Energy Resources
- Conservation of Energy
- Activity 1
- Activity 2

- Houses
- People living top of the Worlds
- Chang pa
- Activity 1
- Activity 2

- How Are Earth Quake meaured?
- Em pacts of Earth Quake
- Safety measures
- Other Disasters?
- Activity 1
- Activity 2
- Activity 3

- Mechanism of Respiration
- Blow Hot Blow Cold
- Whistling
- Activity

- How will do this Work
- Dignity of labour
- Activity

- Difficulties faced by the girls in Sports
- Success and defeats
- Activity

- Life of the poor in the city
- Migration
- Activity

- Differences in farming
- Uses of mechanization
- Organic farming
- Activity 1
- Activity 2

- Forests
- Reason for destruction of the Forests
- Why Should we Save Forests
- Activity

- Different type of traits
- Acquired traits
- Activity 1
- Activity 2

- Living the village
- Here they move
- Coming Back
- Activity

1 Making equivalent fractions

2 Identifying different kinds of angles, using two hands of a clock.

3 Making 4 Ã— 4 magic squares

4 Making multiplication tables of large numbers

5 Reading 4 and 5 - digit numbers, from an abacus.

6 Representing 4 and 5 - digit numbers, on an abacus

7 Forming and representing the greatest and the smallest 4 and 5-digit numbers with given digits, on an abacus

8 Making closed Shapes using match sticks

9 Finding area of closed shapes, drawn on a square sheet

10 Using tangram pieces make geometrical shapes, and determining their areas

11 Writing secret code messages

12 Transforming a shape into other shape, by paper folding

- 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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