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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

- Large Numbers
- Place Value
- Reading and writing of Large Numbers
- Comparison of Large Numbers
- Estimation
- Roman Numerals

- What are Natural Numbers and Whole Numbers?
- Representation of whole numbers on Number Line
- Properties of Whole Numbers

- Factors & Multiples
- Test for Divisibility of Numbers
- Properties of Whole Numbers
- Common Factors
- Highest Common Factor(HCF)
- Common Multiples
- Lowest Common Multiple(LCM)

- What is Geometry
- Basic Geometrical Ideas
- A Polygon
- A Circle

- How do we compare two line segments?
- Angles
- Classification of Triangles
- Quadrilaterals
- Polygons
- Three Dimensional Shapes

- Negative numbers and integers
- Negative of a negative integer
- Ordering of integers
- Absolute value of an integer
- Use of integers in day to day life
- Addition of integers, using a number line
- Addition of integers, using bottle caps
- Subtraction of integers using number line
- Subtraction of integers, using bottle caps
- Simplification of numerical expressions involving addition and subtraction

- Meaning of a unit fraction
- Meaning of a proper fraction
- Meaning of an improper fraction
- Fractions on the number line
- Equivalent fractions
- Like and unlike fractions
- Addition and Subtraction of fractions

- Decimal fractions and decimals
- Conversion of decimal fractions into decimals and vice-versa
- Writing of decimals in place value table
- Reading and writing of decimals
- Representing decimals on number line
- Equivalent decimals
- Like and unlike decimals
- Comparison of decimals
- Addition and subtraction of decimals
- Use of decimals

- What is data?
- Collection and recording of data
- Representation of data pictograph
- Drawing a pictograph
- Representation of data-bar graph
- Reading a Bar Graph

- Simple closed curves
- Concept of perimeter and area
- Determining perimeter of a simple closed curve
- Area and its units
- Formulae for area of a rectangle and square
- Area by splitting the figures into rectangle and squares

- Variable and constant
- How algebraic expressions are formed?
- Determining the general rule
- Algebra as generalisation
- An equation and its solution

- Concept of ratio
- Simplest form of a ratio
- Use of ratio to divide a quantity into different-sized parts
- Applications of ratios
- Proportion
- Unitary method+B402

- What is symmetry?
- Multiple lines of symmetry
- Reflection and symmetry

- Familiarity with geometrical instruments
- Construction of a circle
- Construction of line segments
- Construction of perpendiculars
- Construction of angles

- An electric switch
- An electric circuit
- An electric bulb connected to an electric cell
- Electric cell
- A conduction tester
- Electric conductors & insulators

- Discovery of magnet
- Magnetic & non-magnetic materials
- PROPERTIES OF a magnet
- Making a magnet
- Attraction & repulsion between magnets

- Sources of light
- Transparent, opaque & translucent objects
- Shadows
- A pinhole camera
- Reflection

- Story of transport
- Measuring distances
- Units of measurement
- Units of measurements
- Measuring the length of a curved line
- Motion

- Type of fabrics
- Cottone plant fibre
- Jute plant fibre
- Fabric Clothing
- History of clothing materiel

- Methods of Sepration
- Sedimentation
- Evaporation
- Saturated Solution

- Objects Arround us
- Properties of materiales
- Hardness
- Solubility of insolubility
- Object may Flot& Sink in Water
- Transparency

- Reversible Changes
- Expention of Contraction

- Food material & sources
- Animal products as food
- What do animals eat?
- Decomposers

- Food material & sources
- Animal products as food
- What do animals eat?
- Decomposers

- Parts of a plant
- Herbs,shrubs & trees
- Functions of stem
- Stem modification
- Leaf
- Funcions of a leave
- Leaf modification
- Parts of a root
- Types of root systems
- Parts of a flower

- Human body movement
- Bones
- Cartilage
- How do bones move?
- Gait of animals

- Habitat & adoptation
- Terrestrial habitat
- Characteristics of living beings
- Differences between living & non living things

- Water
- Uses of Water
- Sources of water
- Formation of clouds
- Water cycle
- Floods & drought
- Conservation of water

- Air is present everywhere
- Composition of air
- Availability of oxygen to plants & animals living in water & soil
- Replacement of oxygen in the atmosphere
- Air pollution
- Importance of air

- Separation of wastes
- Recycling of paper
- Is plastic a boon or a curse?

1 Making equivalent fractions

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

3 Making 4 × 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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