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  • Lord Mahavir Jain Public School

    Holidays Homework

    Class-VI

    Dear Parents

    Its vacation time again! The uphill task of keeping your little

    ones fruitfully occupied must be the top most priority in your

    mind. Some interesting, innovative and creative project work

    has been planned for your children to enable them to widen their

    horizon.

    Kindly allow them to do the work under your guidance and

    supervision.

    Do visit museums and monuments with your children to help

    them explore and learn about the rich culture and heritage of

    India.

    Encourage your children to observe the sign boards and note

    down the instructions written on them for class discussion.

    Health is wealth- Accompany your children to the

    neighbourhood park and encourage them for a morning walk

    and simple yoga exercises.

    Setting up a routine is a must to inculcate good habits. Let your

    child plan his/her daily routine for a week.

    Wishing all of you a very enjoyable and fun packed summer

    break.

  • GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS:

    All the work should be hand-written and done neatly.

    Original drawings / illustrations and creative use of material

    will be appreciated. Books can be our best friends.

    1. Suggested movies to watch:

    The jungle book

    MARTIAN

    BFG

    CONG THE SKULL ISLAND

    Harry Potter and Sorcers Stone

    2. Life skills to be inculcated:

    Love for animals.

    Developing Empathy.

    Differentiating between needs and wants.

    Staying motivated.

    3. Social skills in your child:

    Greeting with the smile when someone come to the

    house.

    Speaking politely to peer group.

    Sharing with the peers.

    To look after your grandparents.

    4. Using the following magical words:

    I am sorry.

    Please

  • Excuse me

    Thank you

    May I?

    Could you?

    My pleasure

    5. Personal hygiene:

    Trimming nails regularly.

    Changing clothes daily.

    6. To enhance the gross motor skills of your child and

    enroll them in following activities:

    Aerobics

    Skating

    Dance

    Music

    Yoga

    Karate

  • HOLIDAYS HOMEWORK

    ENGLISH

    Compulsory for All

    Read the novel prescribed for your class and write characterization of any

    four characters.

    1. Attempt any one activity out of the following:

    (a) Spend a day with two people in different professions (parents can help

    their child in choosing two contrasting professions). Note down their work

    patterns (what they do, how many hours they spend a week, activities they

    do, clothes they wear, how do they commute). Use A-4 size sheet.

    (b) Write 50 words from the newspaper that should include nouns,

    adjectives and verbs. Make one sentence for each word.

    (c) Prepare your own dictionary by writing 50 words from the newspaper.

    Write a sentence using each word.

    (d) Make a word book/vocabulary Journal. Make a list of all difficult words

    of the chapters/poems read. (Syllabus of 1st term). Write meaning and two

    sentences using the word.

    2. Read any one book out of the following:-

    1. Malgudi Days - R. K Narayan

    2. Panchatantra - Vishnu Sharma

    3. Charlie and the chocolate factory - Roald Dahl

    MATHEMATICS

    1. Make a survey on 25 children. Collect the information regarding their

    likings for the following activities: (Roll no.-1-7)

    S. No Activity No. of children 1 Singing

    2 Dancing

  • 3 Painting

    4 Swimming Prepare a pictograph taking appropriate scale and draw a bar graph for displaying above information.

    2. Prepare a tessellation design using different decorative material. (Roll no.-8-14)

    3. Prepare a rangoli design using patterns, shapes etc. and using different creative and decorative material. (Roll no.-15-21)

    4. Collect and paste pictures of different objects showing different angles like corresponding, vertically opposite, alternate (interior and exterior) angles etc. (Roll no.-22-28)

    5. Make a chart showing measures of different angles using different materials such as matchsticks, ice-cream sticks etc. (Roll no.-29-35)

    6. Collect the pictures of mathematical signs and prepare a creative collage. (Roll no.-36-42)

    SCIENCE

    1. Water is used in many activities. Make a list of activities and write the

    amount of water used in each activity per day. Keeping in mind that united

    nation has asked to use 50 liters of water per person per day, try to reduce

    the amount of water used in each activity so that you consume only 50

    liters.

    a) In which activity of the day, maximum water consumption is there?

    b) How much water is used per day be one person of your family?

    c) In which day of the week, maximum water is used by whole family?

    S.

    No.

    Day

    &

    Date

    Name

    of the

    person

    Activities

    Brushing Bathing Food

    Making

    Drinking

    of

    water

    Washing

    of

    clothes

    Others

  • d) Why United Nations has asked to use 50 liters of water per person per

    day.

    e) Which substance is used to kill the germs in water?

    Make a record of the observations of 10 days:- (Roll no.-1-5)

    2. Make turmeric indicator at home. Take some samples of daily routine like

    common salt, lemon juice, shampoo, bathing soap, tooth paste, soft drink

    etc. Differentiate them as acid, base or salt with the help of turmeric

    indicator, onion juice indicator and China rose indicator.

    A) What is the reaction of indicator with acids and base?

    B) If two solutions are given, how will you recognize which is acid or base,

    with the help of turmeric solution.

    C) What is universal indicator?

    D) If given solution n is neither acidic nor basic, then what is it?

    E) List three natural indicators. (Roll no.-6-10)

    Make a record of your observations with different indicators:-

    S. NO. Name of

    sample

    Indicator

    used

    Acidic

    (colour in

    acid)

    Basic

    (colour in

    base)

    3. Collect the data for the vaccines given to new born babies up to the age of

    5 years. Differentiate them on the basis of list prescribed by govt. health

    department and private hospitals.

    Name of child Age Vaccine taken

    1.

    2.

    3.

  • 4.

    5.

    Write answer of these questions:- (Roll no.-11-15)

    a) How vaccines are prepared?

    b) Why vaccines are important for health life?

    c) How long vaccination affected?

    d) Which vaccines are available in Ambala Cantt civil hospital?

    e) Why it is given in younger age?

    4. Study electric appliances at your home only. Check its power, voltage, rplm

    etc. and make a report on it. Try to find out consumption of electricity in

    KWH. (Roll no.-16-20)

    a) Which has the maximum power usage appliances?

    b) Name the instruments used to calculate voltage?

    c) If the cost of 1 KWH is Rs. 4.80 then calculate total amount of electricity

    consumed?

    5. Draw the structure of plant cell and animal cell taking thermocol as base

    with white chart paper. Paste each organelle made from different colour

    craft paper and label them. (Roll no.-21-25)

    6. Survey your neighborhood to find out. (Roll no.-26-30)

    How many people suffered from disease during long term (chronic disease)

    and short term (Acute Disease)?

    S.

    No

    .

    Name

    of

    perso

    n

    Male/Femal

    e

    Age of

    perso

    n

    Duratio

    n of

    disease

    Name

    of

    diseas

    e

    Type

    of

    diseas

    e

    Symptom

    s

    Name of electric appliances Power Voltage

  • 1

    2

    3

    4

    5

    6

    7

    8

    9

    10

    7. Take a heavy cricket balls, drop it on a thick wet bed of sand. Drop the ball

    on the sand from different height i.e. 15cm, 25cm, 35 cm etc. the ball

    creates a depression. Repeat this activity maximum 10 times.

    Answer the questions:- (Roll no.-31-35)

    Compare their depths.

    Which one of them is deepest?

    Which one the them is shallowest?

    What has caused the ball to make a deeper dent?

    Write the conclusion.

    8. Make a survey report on five appliances at your home and note down

    their voltage, power and current consumption. Calculate their energy

    consumption and phenomena on which there are based. (Roll no.-36-40)

    S. No. Name of

    appliances

    Voltage

    consumed

    Power

    consumed

    Current

    consumed

    Duration Energy

  • 1

    2

    3

    4

    5

    Conclusion:-

    9. ALARMING MAGAZINE (Roll no.-41-45)

    Collect at least five materials like aluminum foil, plastic containers and polythene

    you are using in your daily life. Collect the information, pictures and data charts

    using internet, magazines and newspapers etc. about their composition, harmful

    elements present in it an