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HOLIDAY HOMEWORK
CLASS I
MATHS
1.
2.
3.
4.
Practice five sums each of addition and subtraction daily in a separate Maths copy.
Learn number names from 1 – 50.
Write and learn the names of months and weeks.
Revise all the works done in the notebook.
ENGLISH
1.
2.
3.
4.
Practice one page of cursive writing everyday in the Cursive Writing book.
Learn the poems My House, Off to Zoo and New Shoes from the book.
Read the chapters: L2, My Tree House for Rina,Ln 8,A rainy day.
Learn to speak few lines abouta. Good manners
b. Cleanliness
c. Discipline
1.
Prepare a chart each on the following topics –
i. Any one festival
ii. Any one season
Make a scrap book on junk food and healthy food.
Prepare family tree.
Read all the lessons from Ch 5-8.
EVS
2.
3.
CLASS II
ENGLISH
Read books to discover lots of new things as books are man’s best friend.
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Read the story books given below
1- Cindrella
2- Thumbelina
Watch the movie- Jungle Book
Draw your favorite cartoon character from the movie on A3 size sheet
Pick up five new words you come across in above given story books and write them on A3 size coloured
sheet.
Do one page writing in your cursive writing book.
Learn the poems from the literature book(wings)
1- Fishes
2- Trains
3- The cupboard.
HINDI
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Visit a garden and observe the different types of birds. Write their names on A4 sheet.
On A3 sheet, write 5 sentences on each topics and paste pictures,
a. Milkman
b. Green grocer.
Do one page writing daily in your Sulekhmala.
Revise all the work done in both notebooks.(sahitya and vyakaran)
Go on a Delhi tour with your family .Learn the names of different places that you have visited.
MATHS
1.
2.
3.
4.
Learn multiplication tables up to 10
Learn number names up to 1000
Practise 5 addition and subtraction sums every day.
Make any two shapes using matchsticks and paste it on A4 coloured sheet.
ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Do the first activity (family album) on page 21 from your EVS text book.
Visit museums and monuments, learn new things, explore new areas near your house.
Play indoor and outdoor games.
Read as many story book as you can, help your parents and grandparents.
Go for morning walk and play in the park in the evening during your long summer break.
Make colourful and beautiful flash cards according to your roll nos. from the given
Topics.
a. Roll no 1-7 –Types of families and my school.
b. Roll no 8- 14 – Internal body organs and means of transport.
c. Roll no 15-21 – Healthy food and people who help us.
d. Roll no 22-28 – Traffic signals and neighbourhood.
e. Roll no 29-35- Types of food and safety rules.
f. Roll no 36-40 –Kinds of plants and animal homes.
g. Roll no 41-46 – Seasons and festivals.
Note:- Each flash card should be 10×10 inches using Cardboard. Cover your each flash card with cellophin
paper/Plastic sheet.
CLASS IIIENGLISH :1) Do one page of handwriting in your cursive writing book.
2) Learn any four poems from your English course book.
3) Read lessons of FA-2 and learn the difficult words.
4) Revise the language work done till now.
5) Do pg 97 of Mastering grammar book in your extra work notebook.
6) Do pgs 98, 99,100 in Mastering grammar book.
7) Learn any three short stories with moral.
8) Read any 5 headlines from the newspaper daily and learn 2 new words every day.
HINDI :1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
Do one page of handwriting in your cursive writing book
Learn any four poems from your Shikhar Hindi Paathmala.
Revise the language work done till now.
Do pgs 67, 68, 70,72, 73, 76,77 and 90 in the Anupam book.
Learn lessons 10, 12, 13 and 19.
MATHS:1) Learn and revise tables from 2 to 15.
2) Practice Addition and Subtraction sums.
3) Make any one pattern on a drawing sheet using matchsticks, coloured paper etc. (refer lesson -9
from your textbook)
E.V.S:1) Make a poster on A-3 size sheet on any one of the given topics:a) Any one festival
b) Save water
c) Types of food (refer pg-63)
2) Collect different types of fallen leaves and make a beautiful collage of any picture on A-3 size sheet.
DRAWING:1) Do lots of drawing and colouring practice.
2) Make a mini poster (A-4 size) on SAVE ENVIRONMENT.
CLASS IV
English
1) Learn any four poems from the English Course Book.
2) Read and collect nice articles , poems and stories.
3) Do 20 pages of cursive writing in your ‘ Cursive Handwriting Book’
4) Do the comprehension exercises given in the Grammar Book ( page 110 – 122 ).
5) Do the imaginative composition and creative writing given in the Grammar Magic Book.
6) Develop reading habit and read story books.
7) Practise conversing in English.
8) Read the stories in your Literature Reader.
MATHEMATICS
1) Learn multiplication tables 2 to 16 well.
2) Do Get..Set..Go exercises given on page 27, page 37, page 47 and page 55 in your Maths textbook
3) Do Worksheets given on page 26, page 36 and page 46 of your Maths textbook in practice copy.
4) Practice sums of addition, subtraction and multiplication and division in your practice copy.
5) Make a colourful chart on any topic from your Maths textbook.
SCIENCE
 Make a thin booklet of 4-5 a4 size sheets. Collect and paste some small cuttings of clothes in this
booklet. Mention the different seasons they are worn in and also identify the type of fabric they are
made of.
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Make a chart on any one of the following : L-4 Adaptation In Animals
 L-5 Food And Digestion
 Read the following chapters thoroughly : L-4 Adaptation In Animals
 L-5 Food And Digestion
 L-7 Clothing : Our Basic Need.
SOCIAL STUDIES
1) Read lesson – 7 ‘ The Great Indian Plateau’
2) Model Making Activity FA – 2
3) Make a plateau using cardboard, glue and colour pencils. First, cut the cardboard in the shape of a plateau.
Your plateau will have four sides. Colour these pieces and paste them together. Then place some plastic
human figures on the plateau.
GK

Make a thin booklet of 4-5 pages. Collect at least 5 interesting piece of news and paste them in your
booklet. You can also paste pictures to make your project look more attractive.
 Read and learn the following units : Unit 1- Amazing India
 Unit 2- The World And Its People
VALUE EDUCATION
 Read stories with moral values. You can take suggestion from your parents.
 Practice some good habits like: Be kind to animals (place a bowl of water in your balcony for birds and in your street for dogs).
 Be helpful to the needy (give some food or cold water in this sweltering heat to the poor
people)
 Respect your elders
 Be responsible (Do not throw garbage on road or any other place you go to. Do not damage
plants or trees. Do not waste food).
 Be nice to everyone.
DRAWING
1) Do lots of drawing and colouring practice.
Make a chart of any festival.
CLASS V
ENGLISH
1. Complete your cursive writing book till Pg 25. Write in a beautiful handwriting.
2. Learn any one of the following poems from Course book for recitation test :
a) The Music of your Voice b) The Puppy.
3. Read the newspaper headlines carefully and practice reading the news.
4. Collect nice articles and poems for the class assembly
5. Develop reading habit and read at least two good books. Take suggestions from your library teacher.
6. Read and solve comprehension passages ( Pg 104 to Pg 115)in your Grammar Magic-5
7. Read the next lesson ‘ Washing Clothes With My Mom’ from Course Book.
8. Watch movies on aliens and dinosaurs.
9.
Practice paragraph dictation from course book. Converse in English. Improve your vocabulary. Relax
and use your time in a constructive manner.
10. In your English Practice copy write what you did or where you went in your holidays. Stick pictures to
support your paragraph.
11. Put your thinking cap on and write a poem Mono rhyme on Page 143 of your Grammar Magic -5.
12. Read the stories in your Literature reader.
MATHEMATICS
1) Learn multiplication tables 2 to 20 well.
2) Do Puzzle and Word Search given on page 21 in your Maths textbook
3) Do Worksheets given on page 22, page 28 and page 46 of your Maths textbook in practice copy.
4) Practice sums of addition, subtraction and multiplication and division in your practice copy.
5) Make a colourful chart on any topic from your Maths textbook.
SOCIAL STUDIES
1) Write down the names of five websites you like to browse, five newspapers and magazines you like to
read, five television programmes you like to watch, five radio programmes you like to listen to and five
people you regularly call up on the telephone.
Note : kindly do this activity in a scrap book.
GK
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Make a thin booklet of 4-5 pages. Collect at least 5 interesting piece of news and paste them in your
booklet. You can also paste pictures to make your project look more attractive.
Read and learn the following units : Unit 1- Amazing India
 Unit 2- The World And Its People
SCIENCE
 Project :
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Make a human skull out of clay.
OR
On an A-3 size black sheet make a human skeleton using straws. Label the main
bones (skull, ribcage, backbone and two pairs of limbs).
[You can take help from the internet for both the projects]
 Make a chart on any topic from L-4 Nervous system.
 Read the following chapters thoroughly: L-3 Bones And Muscles
 L-4 Nervous System
VALUE EDUCATION
 Read stories with moral values. You can take suggestion from your parents.
 Practice some good habits like: Be kind to animals (place a bowl of water in your balcony for birds and in your street for dogs).
 Be helpful to the needy (give some food or cold water in this sweltering heat to the poor
people)
 Respect your elders
 Be responsible (Do not throw garbage on road or any other place you go to. Do not damage
plants or trees. Do not waste food).
 Be nice to everyone.
DRAWING
1) Do lots of drawing and colouring practice.
2) Make two beautiful Greeting Card.
CLASS –VI
VI A-ENGLISH
GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS:- Present your work neatly and as creatively as possible. The work should be
hand written.
Q1.) Buy a thin copy or make a 15 pages copy from old copies and write a diary entry each day for 15
days (1 June to 15 June) on how you spent your days, write a small paragraph each day.
Q2.) Learn any 10-15 lines poem for Recitation activity.
Q3.) Grammar Magic Book – Complete the exercises of chapters 4, 5, 7-10.
Q4.) Workbook – Complete exercises of Unit 2 and 3.
Q5.) Buy a thin 20 -25 pages Cursive Writing book and complete the book in a good neat handwriting
(use a good blue gel pen or blue fountain pen only).
Q6.) Read the novel – ‘Oliver Twist’.
VI A MATHS
1.
Define different types of polygons. Using coloured papers, cut these polygons and paste them in the
copy.
2.
Learn and write multiplication tables up to 20.
3.
Solve objective type exercise and CCE papers, given at the end of the chapters, taught in the class.
4.
Practice minimum five sums daily in the practice copy.
VI A SOCIAL SCIENCE
1) Collect Pictures and information about some of the early iron tools made by man. Display them on A4
size sheets with the heading Early Iron Man Tools.(ch-9 History)
2) Draw or Collect Pictures of various Political Parties from internet and also write their name on A3 size
sheet with the heading Political Parties and their symbols.
3) Do leftover questions at the end of the chapters apart from the ones which have been already done in
your copy.(ch-1 history, ch-1& 2 of geography, ch-1 of civics).
VI A SCIENCE
1.
2.
Make a project on ‘Fibre to Fabric’ on minimum 5 pages (10 sides) of A4 size sheets.
Practice book questions and extra questions of Chapter(s) – ‘Food and its sources’ and ‘Components of
food’ in a practice notebook. Also solve FA I Unit test paper in the same.
VI B - SOCIAL STUDIES
Revise the first chapters each of History Geography and Civics, namely, When where and how,
Resources and Diversity. Prepare a chart on Elections in India. Write the names of any 5 national
political parties and draw their symbols. Also draw a box and write the importance of elections in a
democracy. Draw and write information about the iron tools used by early man on A 4size sheet.
VI B-SCIENCE
1.
2.
[i] To make a project on the topic ‘Fibre to Fabric’ in A4 sheet.
[ii] Revise the chapter ‘Sorting materials into groups’ for a test on 4th July.
VI B MATHS
1.
Define different types of polygons. Using coloured papers, cut these polygons and paste them in the
copy.
2.
Learn and write multiplication tables up to 20.
3.
Solve objective type exercise and CCE papers, given at the end of the chapters, taught in the class.
Practice minimum five sums daily in the practice copy
VI B –ENGLISH
GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS
 Present your work neatly and as creatively as possible.
 The work should be hand written.
Q1.) Buy a thin copy or make a 15 pages copy from old copies and write a diary entry each day for 15 days (1
June to 15 June) on how you spent your day, write a small paragraph.
Q2.) Read the novel – ‘Oliver Twist’.
VI C-SCIENCE
Make a project on chapter “FIBRE TO FABRIC”. Use 6-7 ruled A4 sized coloured sheets. Revise and learn
all the topics done in the class.
VI C –ENGLISH GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS
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Present your work neatly and as creatively as possible.
The work should be hand written.
Q1.) Buy a thin copy or make a 15 pages copy from old copies and write a diary entry each day for 15 days (1
June to 15 June) on how you spent your day, write a small paragraph.
Q2.) Read the novel – ‘Oliver Twist’.
VI C MATHS
1.
Define different types of polygons. Using coloured papers, cut these polygons and paste them in the
copy.
2.
Learn and write multiplication tables up to 20.
3.
Solve objective type exercise and CCE papers, given at the end of the chapters, taught in the class.
Practice minimum five sums daily in the practice copy
VI C SOCIAL SCIENCE
1) Collect Pictures and information about some of the early iron tools made by man. Display them on A4
size sheets with the heading Early Iron Man Tools.(ch-9 History)
2) Draw or Collect Pictures of various Political Parties from internet and also write their name on A3 size
sheet with the heading Political Parties and their symbols.
3) Do leftover questions at the end of the chapters apart from the ones which have been already done in
your copy.(ch-1 history, ch-1& 2 of geography, ch-1 of civics).
CLASS –VII
VIIA- ENGLISH
Read the novel Tales from Shakespeare. Read Romeo and Juliet, and Julius Caesar. Prepare an oral
presentation of the story of the plays. Form groups and decide and prepare a story to be presented for
spin a yarn activity. Listen to the news headlines every day. Read 1 article of the newspaper daily. Write
your personal diary for 15 days in a 5 rupees copy and present it creatively. Revise SA 1 portion from
grammar magic.
VII-A SCIENCE
a) Make a project on chapter “ANIMAL FIBRES”. Use 10-12 ruled and plain sheets (A4 Size).
b) Revise and learn all the topics done in the class.
VII A MATHS
1.
Show that “The sum of all three angles of a triangle is 180 o ’’ by cut and paste method.
2.
Define various pairs of angles and explain with proper diagrams .
3.
Define types of triangles and explain properties of triangle with the help of diagrams.
4.
5.
Learn and write multiplication tables upto 20.
Solve objective type exercise and CCE papers given at the end of the chapters taught in the class.
Practise minimum five sums daily in practice copy.
VII A SOCIAL SCIENCE
1) Paste anyone Picture of Monument of Medieval Period and also write important information related to
it in history copy. (ch-5 History)
2) Draw Layers of Atmosphere diagram in geography copy. (pg- 143)
3) Draw diagram of the Cross-section of a Volcano in geography copy. (pg-129)
VII B ENGLISH
1.
2.
3.
4.
Read the Supplementary reader: Tales from Shakespeare.
Learn a poem of 15-18 lines for the poem recitation test to be conducted after the holidays.
Prepare a Personal Diary for 15 days during the summer vacation and present it creatively.
Read a book on Motivation and Self awareness during the holidays and write on what you have learnt
from them in about 3 – 4 pages.
VII B G.SCIENCE
1.
2.
3.
File Project - ANIMAL FIBRES
Revise all the work done.
Prepare for UT2.
VII B MATHS
1.
Show that “The sum of all three angles of a triangle is 180 o ’’ by cut and paste method.
2.
Define various pairs of angles and explain with proper diagrams .
3.
Define types of triangles and explain properties of triangle with the help of diagrams.
4.
OR
Learn and write multiplication tables upto 20.
5.
Solve objective type exercise and CCE papers given at the end of the chapters taught in the class.
Practise minimum five sums daily in practice copy.
VII B SOCIAL SCIENCE
1) Paste anyone Picture of Monument of Medieval Period and also write important information related to
it in history copy. (ch-5 History)
2) Draw Layers of Atmosphere diagram in geography copy. (pg- 143)
3) Draw diagram of the Cross-section of a Volcano in geography copy. (pg-129).
VII C ENGLISH
Q1.) Buy a thin copy or make a 15 pages copy from old copies and write a diary entry each day for 15 days (1
June to 15 June) on how you spent your day, write a small paragraph.
Q2.) Read the novel – ‘Tales from Shakespeare’.
VII-C SCIENCE
a) Make a project on chapter “ANIMAL FIBRES”. Use 10-12 ruled and plain sheets (A4 Size).
b) Revise and learn all the topics done in the class.
VII C SOCIAL SCIENCE
1.
Revise all the lessons taught in class.
2.
3.
Project: Visit any one medieval monument and collect information and pictures about the respective
monument.
Project file should provide the following information: name, location, purpose and persons associated
with the monument.
VII C MATHS
6.
Show that “The sum of all three angles of a triangle is 180 o ’’ by cut and paste method.
7.
Define various pairs of angles and explain with proper diagrams .
8.
Define types of triangles and explain properties of triangle with the help of diagrams.
9.
OR
Learn and write multiplication tables upto 20.
10. Solve objective type exercise and CCE papers given at the end of the chapters taught in the class.
11.
Practise minimum five sums daily in practice copy.
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CLASS –VIII
VII A ENGLISH
Q1.) Buy a thin copy or make a 15 pages copy from old copies and write a diary entry each day for 15
days (1 June to 15 June) on how you spent your days, write a small paragraph each day.
Q2.) Learn any 15-20 lines poem for Recitation activity.
Q3.) Read the novel – ‘Jane Eyre’
Q4.) Main Course Book - Complete all the Grammar exercises.
Q5.) Workbook - Complete the exercises of Unit 3.
Q6.Read the newspaper Headlines each day. Read the article ‘Speaking Tree’ or ‘Inner Voice’ given in
the middle section of the newspaper and cut it and keep it in a folder.
VIII : A SCIENCE
[i] Project : (A 4 sheet) : To collect information on endangered species in our country. Find why these
species are becoming endangered and what steps are being taken to protect them.
VIIIA SOCIAL STUDIES
Prepare a power point presentation on disaster management. Any rail road or accident caused by human
negligence causes ,effects and prevention. What will you do in case of an earthquake? Collect material for
collage on natural wildlife and vegetation of India. Select a play for history activity –page 65- to be presented
housewise and to be graded individually for role play activity.
VIII A MATHS
1.
Prove that Sum of the exterior angles of
and paste method .
a regular pentagon , taken in order , is 360o by cut
2.
Complete the activity based on the chapter “ PLAYING WITH NUMBERS’’ .
3.
Solve objective type exercise and CCE papers given at the end of the chapters taught in the class.
4.
Practise minimum five sums daily in practice copy.
5.
Learn first 20 perfect squares and first 10 perfect cubes
VIII B-ENGLISH
1.
2.
3.
A Personal Diary is to be made by the learners for 15 days during their vacations .
A Poem of 15 lines to be learnt by the learners for the Poem Recitation Test to be conducted after the
holidays .
Read the Supplementary reader ‘Jane Eyre ‘ – Charlotte Bronte during the holidays.
Read any two books on Motivation and self- awareness during the holidays and write on what they have
learnt from them in the form of a Book Review
VIII B G.SCIENCE
File project-Collect information on any five endangered species in our country. Find why these species are
becoming endangered and what steps are being taken to protect them.
Complete the assignment questions of ‘Conservation of plants and animals’
Revise all the work done and prepare for UT2.
VIII B MATHS
a regular pentagon , taken in order , is 360o by cut
1.
Prove that Sum of the exterior angles of
and paste method .
2.
Complete the activity based on the chapter “ PLAYING WITH NUMBERS’’ .
3.
Solve objective type exercise and CCE papers given at the end of the chapters taught in the class.
4.
Practise minimum five sums daily in practice copy.
5.
Learn first 20 perfect squares and first 10 perfect cubes.
VIII B SOCIAL STUDIES
1.
2.
3.
Prepare a Power Point Presentation on Disaster Management (Page 212 of the text book; 6-8 slides).
Learn the Map Work on Types of Soil from page 144.
Collect materials for collage making representing natural vegetation and wild life of India (for group
activity including oral presentation to be done in the class after the holidays).
VIIIC ENGLISH
1.
2.
Read the novel Jane Eyre and prepare to give an oral presentation based on the story. Listen to the
news headlines daily. Read 1 article from the newspaper daily. Write your personal diary for 15 days in
a rs copy and present it creatively. Revise SA1 portion of Grammar magic.
VIII-B(Maths)
a.
Prove that sum of the exterior angles of a regular pentagon,taken in order,is 360 by cut and
paste method.
b. Complete the activity based on the chapter ‘Playing With Numbers’.
c. Practise minimum three sums daily in practice copy from objective type exercises,examples
and CCE papers given at the end of the chapters.
d. Learn first 30 perfect squares and first 30 perfect cubes.
VIII C MATHS
a regular pentagon , taken in order , is 360 o by cut
1.
Prove that Sum of the exterior angles of
and paste method .
2.
Complete the activity based on the chapter “ PLAYING WITH NUMBERS’’ .
3.
Solve objective type exercise and CCE papers given at the end of the chapters taught in the class.
4.
Practise minimum five sums daily in practice copy.
5.
Learn first 20 perfect squares and first 10 perfect cubes.
VIII-C SCIENCE
1.
2.
Make an investigative project on any five endangered animals of India. List the reasons for
their extinction and also state the steps which can be taken for their survival.
Practice book questions and extra questions of Chapter(s) – ‘Crop production’, ‘Synthetic fibres
and plastics’ and ‘Chemical effects of electric current’ in a practice notebook. Also solve FA I
Unit test paper in the same.
VIII C SOCIAL SCIENCE
Prepare a power point presentation on disaster management. Any rail, road or accident
caused by human negligence causes, effects and prevention. What will you do in case of an earthquake? Collect
material for collage on natural vegetation and wildlife of India. Select a play for history activity –page 65 to be
presented house wise and to be graded individually for role play activity.
CLASS IX
IX A -ENGLISH:
1.
Read and Revise SAI syllabus and practise the examination oriented exercises from the support material
and sample papers.
2.
Read the C.B.S.E. Prescribed novels for testing and for completing the F.A. Activities.
3.
Read some classics or any other books by the authors mentioned in the Literature Reader.
4.
Read two books on personality development by Dale Carnegie
5.
Plan and prepare the Topic for ASL – SA-I.
For NIE, see the news paper regularly for riddles, spellothan, quiz, reports of school events, letters to the editor
and interesting Articles.
IX A MATHS

Complete maths project by collecting information about 5 mathematicians ( Indians and
Internationals) This Should include the following things:
1.
2.
3.

Life History of the Mathematicians.
Contribution towards Mathematics
Photograph of the Mathematicians.
Practise extra questions based on the chapters taught in the class from the assignment book “ I CAN’’ in
a separate copy . Learn algebraic Identities.
IXA BIOLOGY


(a) COMPLETE THE ASSIGNMENT OF LIFE-PROCESSES
(b) COMPLETE THE FILE WORK

(c) LEARN FOR THE CLASS-TEST
IX-A -Chemistry
1.
2.
Make a project on ‘Water or Air Pollution’.
Draw a neat and well-labeled diagram of
(a) Fractional distillation of air
Working of a water reservoir.
IX : A PHYSICS

[I] To draw [x-t] graph and [v-t] graph of given data in the text book.

[II] Project : To collect data of the distance travelled and time taken to cover this distance by five
trains travelling from New Delhi to Thiruvananthapuram
IX A SOCIAL SCIENCE
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Revise all the lessons taught in the class.
Complete the C.B.S.E prescribed project work on Disaster Management.
a. Topic---- Water Crisis
b. Individual activity
Complete the C.B.S.E prescribed Power Point Presentation based on Disaster Management.
a. Topic----Bhopal Gas Tragedy
b. Group Activity
c. Each group will prepare a C.D
Practice the Geography and History maps from the prescribed map book.
Practice the C.B.S.E sample papers .
IX B ENGLISH
Q1.) Workbook - Complete all integrated exercises
Q2.) Main Course Book - Complete unit 1 to 3
Q3.) Me And Mine – Do question paper 1 and 2.
Q4.) Complete the following writing skills in your C.W copy:
Pages nos.
Question nos.
7
4
10
8
18
6
29
5
33
6
51
5
55
2
63
1
69
10
Q5.) Make a comic strip based on the novel “Christmas Carol”.
IX B MATHS

Complete maths project by collecting information about 5 mathematicians ( Indians and
Internationals) This Should include the following things:
4.
5.
6.

Life History of the Mathematicians.
Contribution towards Mathematics
Photograph of the Mathematicians.
Practise extra questions based on the chapters taught in the class from the assignment book “ I CAN’’ in
a separate copy . Learn algebraic Identities.
IX B- BIOLOGY


Complete the file work.
Complete the assignment questions on ‘PLANT TISSUES’.Practise all the diagrams of plant and animal
tissues in the practice copy.
Revise all the work done and prepare for UT2.

IXB PHYSICS

1)Do the extra questions given in copy and revise Motion chapter.

2)Collect data regarding trains running on the Golden Quadrilateral Route of the Indian
Railways(Name,distance covered, time taken).Calculate average speed of the trains and arrange them in
increasing or decreasing order.
IX-B Chemistry
1.
2.
3.
Make a project on ‘Water or Air Pollution’.
Draw a neat and well-labeled diagram of
Fractional distillation of air
i. Working of a water reservoir.
IX B- SOCIAL SCIENCE
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Revise all the lessons taught in the class.
Complete the C.B.S.E prescribed project work on Disaster Management.
a. Topic---- Water Crisis
b. Individual activity
Complete the C.B.S.E prescribed Power Point Presentation based on Disaster Management.
a. Topic----Bhopal Gas Tragedy
b. Group Activity
c. Each group will prepare a C.D
Practice the Geography and History maps from the prescribed map book.
Practice the C.B.S.E sample papers .
IX C-ENGLISH:
1.
Read and Revise SAI syllabus and practise the examination oriented exercises from the support material
and sample papers.
2.
Read the C.B.S.E. Prescribed novels for testing and for completing the F.A. Activities.
3.
Read some classics or any other books by the authors mentioned in the Literature Reader.
4.
Read two books on personality development by Dale Carnegie
5.
Plan and prepare the Topic for ASL – SA-I.
For NIE, see the news paper regularly for riddles, spellothan, quiz, reports of school events, letters to the editor
and interesting Articles.
IX-C Chemistry
1.
2.
Make a project on ‘Water or Air Pollution’.
Draw a neat and well-labeled diagram of
3.
Fractional distillation of airWorking of a water reservoir.
IX C- BIOLOGY
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Complete the file work.
Complete the assignment questions on ‘PLANT TISSUES’.Practise all the diagrams of plant and animal
tissues in the practice copy.
 Revise all the work done and prepare for UT2.
IX C MATHS
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Complete maths project by collecting information about 5 mathematicians ( Indians and
Internationals) This Should include the following things:
7.
8.
9.
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Life History of the Mathematicians.
Contribution towards Mathematics
Photograph of the Mathematicians.
Practise extra questions based on the chapters taught in the class from the assignment book “ I CAN’’ in
a separate copy . Learn algebraic Identities.
IX : C -PHYSICS
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[I] To draw [x-t] graph and [v-t] graph of given data in the text book.
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[II] Project : To collect data of the distance travelled and time taken to cover this distance by five
trains travelling from New Delhi to Thiruvananthapuram.
IX C SOCIAL SCIENCE
6.
7.
8.
9.
Revise all the lessons taught in the class.
Complete the C.B.S.E prescribed project work on Disaster Management.
a. Topic---- Water Crisis
b. Individual activity
Complete the C.B.S.E prescribed Power Point Presentation based on Disaster Management.
a. Topic----Bhopal Gas Tragedy
b. Group Activity
c. Each group will prepare a C.D
Practice the Geography and History maps from the prescribed map book.
10. Practice the C.B.S.E sample papers.
CLASS X
XA –ENGLISH
Q1.) Complete the questions/ answers of the Chapter:- “The Man Who Knew Too Much”
Q2.) Do the following writing questions in a thin copy:
Pages
6
21
28
33
34
57
66
67
72
80
82
Questions
4
6
8
5
8
7
10
last ques.
15
8
9
Q3.) Workbook – Complete all integrated exercises of the whole book.
Q4.) Main Course Book – Complete all questions in the book till pg 84.
Q5.) Me And Mine – Do Papers 1 and 2 in the book
Q6.) Complete the subjective and objective questions of Chapters: - 2 and 3
Q7.) Make a comic strip based on the novel “Pride and Prejudice”.
X-A- SOCIAL STUDIES
Prepare a project on managing water resources (disaster management).
Assignment on survival skills on A4 size sheet or make a power point presentation.
X A BIOLOGY
Practise all the diagrams of ‘LIFE PROCESSES’ IN THE PRACTICE COPY.
Revise all the work done and prepare for UT2.
X- A-PHYSICS
1.
2.
Write the answers of NCERT questions of Heating Effect of electric current and Power in Physics copy.
Write the answers of the extra questions given in Physics copy.
X-A -Chemistry
1.
2.
Practice reactions of Chapter(s) – ‘Chemical reactions and equations’ and ‘Acids, Bases and
Salts’ in an assignment copy.
Write one method of preparation and one use of chemical compounds included in the family of
salts.
XA –MATHS
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STUDENTS
8
10
15
9
8
Calculate the mean ( by all three methods ) , median and mode of the above data. Also
draw both the ogives in the same graph sheet and hence find the median. Interpret the
data using measures of central tendency.Practice extra questions based on the chapters taught in the
class from the assignment book “ I CAN ‘’ in a separate copy.
X B-ENGLISH
1.
2.
3.
4.
Read ‘ Diary of a Young Girl’ – Ann Frank . Prepare a summary of all the chapters after a thorough
reading of the text.
Complete the activities for the novel ‘Pride and Prejudice‘- Jane Austen
---Summary Presentation (Group)
--- Comic Strip(Individual)
---Power-Point Presentation (Group) on the topic
“ Pride and Prejudice -Then and Now”
Go through the exercises of the English Workbook and practice the topics.
Read any two books on Motivation and self- awareness during the holidays and write on what they
have learnt from them in the form of a Book Review.
X B BIOLOGY
5.
6.
Practise all the diagrams of ‘LIFE PROCESSES’ IN THE PRACTICE COPY.
Revise all the work done and prepare for UT2
X B PHYSICS
1.
2.
1)Do the extra questions and NCERT questions from electricity chapter in copy.
2)Revise the Electricity chapter and practice questions from sample book.
X-B-Chemistry
3.
Practice reactions of Chapter(s) – ‘Chemical reactions and equations’ and ‘Acids, Bases and
Salts’ in an assignment copy.
Write one method of preparation and one use of chemical compounds included in the family of salts.
XB-SOCIAL STUDIES:
1.
Read and Revise the SA-I syllabus.
2.
Complete the C.B.S.E. Prescribed Project on Disaster Management (on the given topic) and Assignment
of Disaster Management based on the prescribed book.
3.
Plan and Prepare for Portfolio activities on different lessons as follows.
HISTORY:
a)
Difference between the techniques and content of advertising between earlier and present
strategies.List of Products and images used in contemporary India to sell baby products.
GEOGRAPHY:
Map work practice in the Prescribed Atlas.
POLITICAL SCIENCE:
Follow the election results of the election in the states – Bengal, Tamil Nadu
4.
See the sample papers for examination oriented questions for SA-I
XB –MATHS
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STUDENTS
8
10
15
9
8
in an
examination:
Calculate the mean ( by all three methods ) , median and mode of the above data. Also
draw both the ogives in the same graph sheet and hence find the median. Interpret the
data using measures of central tendency.Practice extra questions based on the chapters taught in the
class from the assignment book “ I CAN ‘’ in a separate copy.
XC-ENGLISH:
1.
Read and Revise SAI syllabus and practise the examination oriented exercises from the support material
and sample papers.
2.
Read the C.B.S.E. Prescribed novels for testing and for completing the F.A. Activities.
3.
Read some classics or any other books by the authors mentioned in the Literature Reader.
4.
Read two books on personality development by Dale Carnegie
5.
Plan and prepare the Topic for ASL – SA-I.
6.
For NIE, see the news paper regularly for riddles, spellothan, quiz, reports of school events, letters to the
editor and interesting Articles.
X C: SOCIAL SCIENCE
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Revise all the lessons taught in the class.
Complete the C.B.S.E prescribed project work on Disaster Management.
a. Topic----Saving Water Resources
b. Individual activity
Complete the C.B.S.E prescribed assignment based on Disaster Management.
a. Topic----Survival Skills
b. Group Activity
Practice the Geography maps from the prescribed map book.
Practice the C.B.S.E sample papers .
XC-BIOLOGY
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(a) COMPLETE THE ASSIGNMENT OF LIFE-PROCESSES
(b) COMPLETE THE FILE WORK
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(c) LEARN FOR THE CLASS-TEST
X- C-PHYSICS
3.
4.
Write the answers of NCERT questions of Heating Effect of electric current and Power in Physics copy.
Write the answers of the extra questions given in Physics copy.
X-C-Chemistry
1.
Practice reactions of Chapter(s) – ‘Chemical reactions and equations’ and ‘Acids, Bases and
Salts’ in an assignment copy.
Write one method of preparation and one use of chemical compounds included in the family of salts.
XC –MATHS
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shows
marks
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20 - 40
40 - 60
60 - 80
80 - 100
secured
NUMBER
by
OF
50
students
in an
examination:
STUDENTS
8
10
15
9
8
Calculate the mean ( by all three methods ) , median and mode of the above data. Also
draw both the ogives in the same graph sheet and hence find the median. Interpret the
data using measures of central tendency.Practice extra questions based on the chapters taught in the
class from the assignment book “ I CAN ‘’ in a separate copy.
CLASS XI
XI-HUMANITIES- MATHS
Assignment 1 Trigonometry
Assignment 2 Trigonometry
Assignment 3 Trigonometry
XI –HUMANITIES- ENGLISH
Critical Appreciation and Summary of the Novel
‘The Canterville Ghost.
XI –HUMANITIES-ECONOMICS
Chapters 1 & 2. Read and Learn
Do question answers of page no: 14-15 , 34-35
Solve the first UT paper.
XI –HUMANITIES-HISTORY.

Revise all the lessons taught in class. Complete the CBSE prescribed Project work according to given
guidelines. (Based on internet research and prescribed books.).
XI –HUMANITIES-POLITICAL SCIENCE
Activity: Make a list of public religious activities that take place in your city. Which of these involved exercise of
right to religious freedom? Write what could have happened if the right was not available to people in your
locality.
Collect newspaper clippings about elections in India and another country. Classify the clippings in the following
categories.
a. System of representation
b. Voter eligibility
c. Role of the Election Commission
Listen to the news headlines every day.
XI–COMERCE-ENGLISH
A. Read Canterville Ghost . Prepare a Book Review of the novel .Comment on the novel , its
characterization , plot, theme, its ending and prepare the summary of all the chapters . Also make a
cover page for the same.
B. Practise Note- Making of the passages given to the learners in the class along with their summaries .
C. Read any two books on Motivation and self- awareness during the holidays and write on what they have
learnt from them in the form of a Book Review.
XI –COMMERCE-ECONOMICS
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Chapters 1 & 2. Read and Learn
Do question answers of page no: 14-15 , 34-35
Solve the first UT paper.
XI –COMMERCE- BUSINESS STUDIES
FORMS OF BUSINESS ORGANISATION.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
Explain the meaning and the features of joint Hindu family business.
Describe varies types of Partners.
List the factors that help in selection a suitable form of org.
Explain any form merits and demerits of partnership.
Explain the difference between the co-operative org. and co-form pof business.
What do you understand by solen proprietorship? outline its features.
Explain the procedure for formation of a co.
Explain the procedure of alteration of memorandum of association.
What is the prospects of accompany ?Discuss its nature and importance
Explain the meaning and contents of articles of association.
XI –COMMERCE- ACCOUNTS
1.
2.
3.
Practice all practical problems of accounting equation chapter Q1-19.
Practice all practical problems of Bank reconciliation statement Q1-36.Submit in file or folder.
Open saving account in the bank with minimum balance. Go with parent s as guardian.
XI-COMERCE- MATHS
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Assignment 1 Trigonometry
Assignment 2 Trigonometry
Assignment 3 Trigonometry
XI–SCIENCE-ENGLISH
1.
Read Canterville Ghost . Prepare a Book Review of the novel .Comment on the novel , its
characterization , plot, theme, its ending and prepare the summary of all the chapters . Also make a
cover page for the same.
2. Practise Note- Making of the passages given to the learners in the class along with their summaries
Read any two books on Motivation and self- awareness during the holidays and write on what they
have learnt from them in the form of a Book Review.
XI SCIENCE-PHYSICS
1) Do the extra questions given in assignment copy.
2) Do NCERT exercise questions from Motion in straight line in assignmentcopy?
3) Revise the chapters Dimensions, Motion in a straight line.
XI SCIENCE-CHEMISTRY
1.
2.
Make a project on ‘Environmental Chemistry’ with emphasis on role of reactions.
Practice reactions of:(a) Hydrogen
(b) Alkali metals
(c) Alkaline earth metals.
XI SCIENCE-BIOLOGY
(a) COMPLETE THE ASSIGNMENT
(b) REVISE AND LEARN THE TOPICS DONE.
XI-SCIENCE- MATHS
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Assignment 1 Trigonometry
Assignment 2 Trigonometry
Assignment 3 Trigonometry
CLASS XII
XII-HUMANITIES- ENGLISH
Solve Section A (Reading) and Section B (Writing) of the 9 Board question papers
uploaded on the Smart Board.
XII –HUMANITIES-ECONOMICS
Numerical on DI/NI/Private Income/Personal Income
Page No: 51-55 , 61-69 , 73-81 , 85-88 , 107-112 , 113-137.
XII- HUMANITIES-HISTORY
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Revise all the lessons taught in class.

Complete the CBSE prescribed Project work according to given guidelines.(Based on internet research
and prescribed books and heritage walk.)
XII-HUMANITIES- MATHS
Assignment 1. Relations and Functions
Assignment 2. Inverse Trigonometric Functions
Assignment 4 Determinants
Assignment 5 Continuity and Differentiability.
XI –HUMANITIES-POLITICAL SCIENCE
Extra questions from chapter - 7 & 8 are given to do as holiday homework.
Prepare CH-3 US Hegemony in world politics and CH-4 Alternative Centres of Power for class test in July.Read
‘India since Independence’ by Bipin Chandra & Mridula Mukherjee
XII-SCIENCE- ENGLISH
Solve Section A (Reading) and Section B (Writing) of the 9 Board question papers
uploaded on the Smart Board.
XII-SCIENCE-CHEMISTRY
1. Complete the project work allotted to every student.
2. Prepare for a test on:(a) All the reactions of p-block and d-block elements with practice done in the assignment
copy
(b) On the whole of Organic Chemistry done till 19/05/2016.
3. Complete the printed assignment given on the whole syllabus covered in the assignment copy.
XII SCIENCE-BIOLOGY
(a) COMPLETE THE ASSIGNMENT OF (1) PRINCIPLES OF HERIDITY (2) REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH
(b) COMPLETE THE PROJECT WORK
(c) LEARN FOR THE CLASS TEST.
XII-SCIENCE- MATHS
Assignment 1. Relations and Functions
Assignment 2. Inverse Trigonometric Functions
Assignment 4 Determinants
Assignment 5 Continuity and Differentiability
XII SCIENCE-PHYSICS
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
Write the given activities in the activity file.
Decide on project topic and work on it. Prepare a rough project report.
Do assignment questions from magnetic effect of current and ray optics in assignment copy.
Do NCERT questions from magnetic effect of current in assignment copy .
Slove CBSE questions from sample book.
Revise the chapters Electrostatics, current, magnetic effect of current completely.
XII-COMERCE- ENGLISH
Solve Section A (Reading) and Section B (Writing) of the 9 Board question papers
uploaded on the Smart Board.
XII –COMMERCE-ECONOMICS
Numerical on DI/NI/Private Income/Personal Income
Page No: 51-55 , 61-69 , 73-81 , 85-88 , 107-112 , 113-137.
XII –COMMERCE-BUSINESS STUDIES-MARKETING MANAGEMENT
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
What is marketing? Write it features.
Describe the objectives of Marketing?
What are the different functions of Marketing?
What is labeling? Write its features?
Write about the essential elements of Labeling
Define packaging .Outline the different types of packaging
What is marketing mix? Write its elements.
What is pricing? write the factors affecting pricing decisions
Define advertising? Write its merits and demerits.
What do you mean by personal selling? How it is different from advertising?
What is sales promotion ?Write its techniques.
XII –COMMERCE-BUSINESS STUDIES-MARKETING MANAGEMENT
1. Arrange annual report of any pvt or public company for making proiject for imnternal
practical, exam.
2. Practice practical questions of sume of shares of the chapter company accounts –
accounting for share capital Q1-85,P7.114TO P.7.127.Submit in file or folder
XII –COMERCE-MATHS
Assignment 1. Relations and Functions
Assignment 2. Inverse Trigonometric Functions
Assignment 4 Determinants
Assignment 5 Continuity and Differentiability