Collection of Data
Collection of data through measurement.
Abishek and his father visit a toy shop. His father promises to buy him a toy if he answers the questions correctly. Can you help him?
Key words: Data
To find the answer, Abishek groups the toys as shown below.
1. Which toy is most in number? How many is that item?
Bear toys is 10 in numbers
2. Which toy is found to be least in the shop?
Duck toy is the least in the shop
3. Can you place the rocket and lorry toys in the same shelf? Discuss.
No, they both vary in their heights.
Observe the height of the trees in the given picture and write the answer.
1. What is the height(in metre) of the following trees?
2. Which is the tallest tree ? Palm tree
3. Which is the shortest tree ? Banana tree
4. Name the tree which is 4 - metre tall. Mango
5. Name the tree whose height is between 4 metres and 6 metres. Cocount Tree
Children group themselves to take part in three different games.
Observe the above picture and answer the following question:
1. How many students like to take part in Walking race?
2 Boys 4 Girls.
2. How many students like to take part in Frog race?
4 Boys 4 Girls.
3. How many students like to take part in Running race?
6 Boys 7 Girls.
4. Which game is played by maximum number of children?
Ans : Running Race
5. How many girls are there in both Walking race and Frog race?
Ans : 4
6. Which game is played by minimum number of children?
Ans : Walking race
7. How many students play the game Walking race and Running race in total?
Ans : 13 students (Total 19 participant)