Rights and Duties of Children ( Term 3 Chapter 3 | 4th Social Science )
I. Choose the correct answer.
1. This is against Indian law ____________.
a. Children studying in school.
b. Children below 14 years working in industries.
c. Children participating in school activities.
d. Children getting nutritious food.
Answer: b. Children below 14 years working in industries.
2. Polio drops are given to ____________.
d. senior citizens
Answer: c. children
3. A set of rules of a country is known as the ____________.
a. story book
b. rule book
d. text book
Answer: c. constitution
4. Which of the following is not a right of children?
a. Getting driving license
b. Getting education
c. Getting adequate food
d. Living in a healthy manner
Answer:a. Getting driving license
II. Write true or false.
1. The child has the basic right to get polio drops. (True)
2. There are same rights for all age groups of children. (False)
3. All children of age 6- 14 years should be employed. (False)
4. Hitting children is wrong. (True)
5. Children should be aware of bad touch. (True)
1. Childline number - member of a country
2. Vaccines - sanitation
3. WASH - illegal
4. Citizen - protects from diseases
5. Child labour - 1098
1. Childline Number - 1098
2. Vaccines - protects from diseases
3. WASH - sanitation
4. Citizen - member of a country
5. Child labour - illegal
IV. Answer the following questions.
1. What are the three parts on your body where no one should touch?
Lips. Chest and between legs are the three places on our body where no one should touch.
2. What are the different rights you have as a child?
1) Right to Survival
2) Right to Development
3) Right to Protection
4) Right to Participation
3. Write short note on right to survival.
Children have the right to have healthy food for growth and development. The WASH programme is also a part of it.
4. Have you ever used your right to participate? Describe.
Yes. During my house renovation, I gave my suggestions for painting work.
5. Why are rights important?
Rights protect people and satisfy their basic needs. So rights are important.
Work in groups of 5 and make a small play focusing on the need of any of the child rights discussed in this lesson.
Think and Write.
If you see children around you not going to school, what will you do?
1. I will go and talk to their parents.
2. I will explain the importance of education.
Identify a child in your neighbourhood who is not going to school and fill this questionnaire.
1. Name of the child:Balan
2. Age of the child:7
3. Has the child gone to school ever?: Yes/No
4. Reason for not going to school:Due to poverty
5. How will you guide her / him?: I will explain about free education