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1 Annual Syllabus for the Academic Session Class: III Subject: English Name of the text book: My English Folder-Literature Reader Month Literature Grammar Writing Skills April/May Down the Hill Articles Nouns Paragraph Writing June Bird and Boy (poem) The Seed of Truth Sentences Subject and Predicate Types of Sentences Noun - Gender Autobiography July Astronomy (poem) Mr. Tortoise s Big Idea Nouns Singular and Plural Pronouns Reflection Descriptive Writing

2 August Wings (poem) Adjectives Short Story Writing September Its Only the Storm(poem) Verbs and Tenses Recap of Paragraph Writing & Autobiography October The Dream The Enchanted Bird (Enact and Enjoy) Verbs and Tenses (contd.) Picture Composition November The Bat (poem) The Battle with the Monster Adverbs Sequence Writing December The Guest who ran away Prepositions Conjunctions Recap of Story Writing & Picture Composition January & February REVISION + FINAL EXAMS

3 Annual Syllabus for the Academic Session Class : III Text Book : Mathematics Success 3 Subject : Mathematics Publisher : Goyal Brothers MONTH CHAPTER TOPIC April Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Numbers Beyond 999 Addition May Chapter2 Addition (contd.) June Chapter3 Multiplication July Chapter 4 Subtraction August Chapter 5 Chapter 6 Division More about Division September Chapter 8 Geometry October Chapter 9 Chapter 7 Patterns Fractions November Chapter 10 Chapter 11 Measurement Time December Chapter 12 Money January Chapter 13 Data Handling February Revision ---- Final Term

4 ANNUAL SYLLABUS FOR THE ACADEMIC SESSION CLASS : III Name of the book : Science Voyage SUBJECT: General Science Publisher : Cambridge MONTH LESSON NAME OF THE LESSON APRIL Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Living and Non-living things Parts of a Plant MAY Lesson 2 (contd..) Parts of a Plant JUNE Lesson 3 Lesson 4 Eating Habits of Animals Birds JULY Lesson 4 Lesson 5 Birds (Contd ) Our Body AUGUST Lesson 6 Lesson 7 Keeping Safe Housing and Clothing SEPTEMBER Lesson 8 Solids, Liquids and Gases OCTOBER Lesson 9 Soil and Rocks NOVEMBER Lesson 10 Lesson 11 Light, Sound and Force Measurement DECEMBER Lesson 12 Lesson 13 Air, Water and Weather Stars, Planets and Moon JANUARY Lesson 14 Our Planet- The Earth FEBRUARY REVISION FOR FINAL TERM EXAMINATION

5 Class: III Sub: Social Studies April Month Annual Syllabus for the Academic Session Ls.1 The Sun and its Family Ls.2 Our Planet Earth Name of the book: New Longman Vistas Publisher: Longman Pearson Topic May June July August September October November December January February Ls 3 Knowing Our Earth Ls. 4 The Air Around Us Ls. 5 Water we drink Ls. 6 My Community Ls. 7 Occupations Ls. 8 Our Country Ls. 9 States of India Ls10 Important Cities of India Mumbai and Delhi Ls. 11 Important Cities of India: Kolkata and Chennai Ls 12.India and its culture. Ls. 13 Food We Eat Ls.14 Clothes We Wear Ls.15 Festivals We Celebrate 16. Means of Travel Ls.17 Means of communication Ls.18 Early Human Beings Ls.19 Discovery of Fire Ls.20. Farming and Wheel REVISION

6 Annual Syllabus for the Academic Year Class : III Subject : Hindi नध रत प तक भ ष म ण भ ग ३ ( क शक - ग ड लक ) मह न प ठ क न म य करण/ रचन मक क य अ ल मई ज न वणम ल /म ए /ब रहखड़ /म र प रचय 1. व दन ( क वत ) 2. स श ध वतन, वल म श द, क ई एक थन ग त य द करक लखन तथ क रचन मक-क य : स श द लखकर उसक च बन न 1. सहय ग ( कह न ) म खक व चन, स य त - य जन, अन न सक व ल श द लखन 1. आदश प रव र ( ल ख ) 2. क मत ( ह य कथ ) रचन मक-क य : वष -ऋत म य ग ह न व ल च ज़ क क ल ज़ बन न स, पय यव च श द, वल म श द, गनत, वचन, न त रचन मक-क य : प रव र-व बन न म स न न ज ल ई अग त सत बर अ त बर 1. व छत स व य ( कह न ) 2. स रज क स ख ( क वत ) 1. वव क ह स ( एक क ) ( पठन ) 2. य र ब प ( रक घटन ) 1. र ब धन ( कह न ) ( पठन ) 2. ब दल ग त ( क वत ) 1. र ट त त ( स व द ) 2. प व और ह ( ल ख ) सवन म, प न त श द, वल म श द, अन छ द ( व य क मह व) रचन मक-क य : Waste out of the Best (क ड़ द न बन न ) रचन मक-क य : (म ख ट भनय) हम अपन आस - प स रण द न व ल क न म लखकर उनस मलन व ल स ख लखन एव उनक वषय म ब लन वश षण, क, क, क क य ग, अन व र रचन मक-क य: अपन य प क च बन कर उसस स ब धत ज नक र एक करन प ब प क ज वन स स खन व ल प च स ख लखन श ध वतन, अधच क र क श द, ल ग, अन छ द रचन मक-क य: र -ब धन क थ ल त य र करन तथ क ह प च य ह र क न म लखकर उनक ब र म एक व य लखन रचन मक-क य: जल-च (water-cycle) बन न वचन, पय यव च, वल म, वर म च न रचन मक-क य : अपन दनचय क ब र म लखन (Time-Table बन न ) रचन मक-क य : प व पर बन क ई भ एक क वत क म स नन

7 नव बर 1. मत भ ल ( क वत ) सम न थ श द, य, श ध वतन अन छ द अपन अ छ ग ण क ब र म ल खए सम न थ श द, म ह वर, वचन दस बर रचन मक-क य : व भ न क र क प य क एक त कर क ल ज़ बन न और उनक 1. हम र व ( स व द ) ( पठन ) न म लखन 2. स हस ब लक ( घटन ) रचन मक-क य : व र य क ब र म ज नक र पत लग कर उन म स कस एक क ब र म प च व य लखन जनवर अन क श द क लए एक श द, वचन, वल म, पय यव च श द 1. व ण क मह व रचन मक-क य : मध र और कट व ण स स ब धत द द ह लखन तथ अपन वच र ( कह न ) ( प नर व ) कट करन फरवर प नर व एव व षक पर न ट - अन छ द -ल खन, च - वणन, क वत व चन, कह न स न न आ द क य क म समय - समय पर करव ए ज ए ग

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9 Annual syllabus for the academic year Class : III Subject: Computer Science Name of the Textbook: Fast Forward Publisher: Oxford University Press S.No. Month Theory Practical 1. April/May Ch. 1 : Introduction to Computers Ch. 3 : More about Paint 2. June Ch. 2: Operating System Ch. 3 : More about Paint 3. July Ch. 3 : More about Paint Ch. 7: Let s Start Word 2013! 4. August Ch. 7: Let s Start Word 2013! Ch. 3 : More about Paint 5. September Ch. 4: Let s Learn Kturtle! First Term Practical Examination Ch. 4: Let s Learn Kturtle! 6. October Ch. 5 :KTurtle Commands Ch. 5 :KTurtle Commands 7. November Ch. 6: Writing and Math in KTurtle 8. December Ch. 8: Multimedia Ch. 6: Writing and Math in KTurtle 9. January Revision Final Term Practical Examination

10 Class III Art and Craft Syllabus for the Academic Session MONTH WEEK SUBJECT / CONTENT APRIL WEEK 1 HOLIDAY ART ACTIVITY PAPER PLATE - ELEPHANT ORIGAMI -PEACOCK MEDIUM / MATERIAL Pencil shading B/W collage, For craft Paper plate Fevicol /glue Sketch pens, Colored paper METHODS By Demo only OUTCOME While selecting materials (person specific) students are encouraged to plan, explore different mediums such as: Drawing and Painting, Collage making and craft. WEEK 1 FISH WITH ICE CREAM STICKS MAY HOLIDAY HOLIDAY HOLIDAY For craft Colored paper, Ice cream sticks, Sketch pens, decorative items. By Demo only Magic of transformation by crafting with simple items, Creative use of colours to suit subjective moods.

11 JUNE WEEK 1 PAPER PLATE -SWAN MASK MAKING PENCIL STAND BEST OUT OF WASTE COLOUR WHEEL- KNOWING COLOURS For Craft Colored paper and Chart paper Fevicol, Paper plate, Ice cream sticks, Decorative items, etc. By Demo only While selecting materials (person specific) students are encouraged to plan, explore different ways paper cutting, Collage making and Paper Folding JULY WEEK 1 COLOURING DAY FOLK ART SINGLE COLOUR SHADING COLOURING DAY Color pencils/ Gel Pens Shading pencils By Demo Sharing of information by the students followed by a discussion on different aspects of the festivals/events/folk and traditional, tribal dances, games and sports etc. AUGUST WEEK 1 STIPPLING TECHNIQUE COLOURING DAY ART ACTIVITY- (ART/CRAFT) INTERPRETATION OF MASTER PAINTER- HENRI MATISSE Pencil shading collage For craft Paper plate Fevicol /glue Sketch pen,ear buds Colored paper, required material. By Demo only Expression through images. Learning to create a picture following simple steps, Learn definite drawing. Knowing great artists techniques.

12 SEPTEMBER WEEK 1 COLOURING DAY Color pencil Gel Pen ONE POINT PRESPECTIVE DRAWING For craft DRAWING Colored paper Sketch pen SHADING By Demo only Understanding Lines and shapes. Knowing distance (depth) making in art. Pencil shading for contrast effect. OCTOBER WEEK 1 ZENTANGLES COLOURING DAY ABSTRACT ART COLOURING DAY Gel pen/ color pencils/crayons By Demo only Sharing of information to students followed by a discussion on different aspects of Expression through lines. Learning to create a picture following simple steps, Learning definite drawing. NOVEMBER WEEK 1 STILL LIFE-REALISTIC DRAWING STILL LIFE COLOURING ANIMAL DRAWING COLOURING DAY Gel pen/ color pencils/crayons By Demo only Introduction to Natural and manmade objects and its varied moods to motivate students for keen observation of different objects, natural and manmade, followed by a discussion. DECEMBER WEEK 1 BIRD PAPER PLATE AND ICE CREAM STICKS COLOURING DAY 3D CHRISTMAS TREE ART ACTIVITY- (ART/CRAFT) Gel pen color pencils/crayons For craft Paper plate Fevicol /glue Sketch pen Colored paper etc. By Demo only While selecting materials (person specific) students should be encouraged to plan, explore different mediums such as: Drawing and Painting, Collage making, paper crafting.

13 JANUARY WEEK 1 COLOURING DAY DRAWING BIRD COLOURING DAY MONOCHROME ART Color pencils/ Gel Pen / shading pencils By Demo only Understanding lines and shapes, Understanding different Animal/Bird drawings. FEBRUARY WEEK 1 COLOURING DAY Pencil shading B/W collage MONOCHROME COLOURING REVISION REVISION For craft Paper plate Fevicol /glue Sketch pen Colored paper By Demo only While selecting materials (person specific) students are encouraged to plan, explore different mediums such as: Drawing and Painting, Collage making and craft.

14 SYLLABUS FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR: CLASS: III SUBJECT: DANCE Sl. No. MONTH Units / Chapters 1. April 2. May Dance warm up exercises Minor limbs movement dance Asamyutha hastas Samyutha hasatas Semi Classical dance (Mooshika Vahana ) 3. June Charlie Chaplin Dance 4. July 5. August Zumba fitness Dance (Dura Dura) Patriotic Dance (Hindustan Rajdeep Chaterjee) 6. September Solo Dance (I Term Assessment) 7. October Folk Dance (Bhangra) 8. November Freestyle Dance (Kumbali) 9. December Christmas Carol Dance 10. January Practice of all the dance 11. February Final Examinations Total No. of Songs: 7

15 SYLLABUS FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR: CLASS: III SUBJECT: MUSIC Sl. No. MONTH Units / Chapters 1. April/May Prayer song Hindi 2. June Motivational song - English 3. July 4. August Motivational song English contd Patriotic Song - Hindi 5. September Solo Singing (I Term Assessment) 6. October Patriotic Song - Hindi Contd. 7. November Folk song 8. December Christmas Carol 9. January Practice of all the songs 10. February Solo Singing (II Term Assessment) Students will be introduced about a great musician (Every month) Total No. of Songs : 5

16 Health and Physical Education Syllabus for Academic Year Class: III Month Activity /Game/theory Targeted Competencies 1. Mass P.E 1. Strength 2. Yoga (Animal poses) 2. Flexibility April 3. Skipping 3. Leg Strength Evaluation Criteria Assessment 1. Co-ordination 2. Participation 3. Using correct technique Observation May 1.Strecthing & Warm -up 2. Aerobics 1. Flexibility and Strength 2. Stamina 1. Participation 2. Performance Observation June 1. Yoga (Breathing exercises) 2. Jumping jacks 3. Drills with the cones 1. Concentration 2. Strength 3. Body Control 1. Performance 2. Co-ordination 3. Quick movement Observation July August 1. Flamingo balance 2. Plate tapping 3. Shuttle run 1. March past mts run 3. Cricket (Ball catching) 1. Body Balance 2. Speed 3. Stamina 1. Rhythm 2. Speed 3. Concentration 1. Correct technique 2. Co-ordination 3. Participation Observation 1. Co-ordination 2. Performance 3. Correct technique Observation September 1. Sit & reach 2. Medicine ball throw 3. Dog s ball 1. Flexibility 2. Hand strength 3. Concentration 1. Performance 2. Correct technique 3. Co-ordination Observation

17 October 1. Basketball (dribbling) 2. Shuttle run 3. March Past 1. Ball Controlling 2. Stamina 3. Rhythm 1. Using the correct technique 2. Performance 3. Discipline Observation November 1. Football (ball juggling) 2. Hurdle 1. Controlling 2. Leg Strength 1. Using the correct technique 2. Quick Movement Observation December 1. Running race 2. Cricket match 3. March Past 1. Strength 2. Team spirit 3. Co-ordination 1. Speed 2. Performance 3. Discipline Observation January 1. Dog in the bone 2. Potato Race 1. Concentration 2. Speed 1. Quick movement 2. Performance Observation February 1. Throw ball 2. Cricket 1. Skill development 2. Team spirit 1. Using the skill during the game 2. Co-ordination Observation Note: 1. Warm up must be done for 10 minutes prior to the activity. 2. Mass Drill will be 1 period per week.

18 Annual Syllabus for the Academic Year CLASS -III SUBJECT -GENERAL KNOWLEDGE NAME OF THE BOOK KNOWLEDGE LIGHTHOUSE NAME OF THE PUBLISHER - COLLINS NAME OF THE AUTHOR - SEEMA CHARI - KUNAL SAVARKAR SL. NO. MONTH PAGE NO. 1 June July August September October November December January 77-78