When you think of fishes what shapes come to your mind?

Concept: The Fish Tale

Try to use a square and a triangle to draw a fish.

Concept: The Fish Tale

'Meen' means a fish and 'Meenakshi' is a girl whose eyes look like a fish. Can you think of someone who has such eyes? Draw a face with 'fish eyes'?

Concept: The Fish Tale

How long is the biggest fish you can imagine?

Concept: The Fish Tale

Make 8 triangles using 6 matchsticks. Try!

Concept: Plane Figures and Solid Shapes

These are two slides in a park.

- Which slide has a larger angle?
- Which slide do you think is safer for the little boy? Why?

Concept: Introduction to Algebra

Is the perimeter of the yellow shape more than the perimeter of the blue shape? Why?

Concept: Concept of Perimeter

**Write the area (in square cm) of the shapes below:**

Concept: Patterns in Shapes

Suruchi drew two sides of a shape. She asked Asif to complete the shape with two more sides so that its area is 10 square cm.

He completed the shape like this.

How did you do this? | Oh, that's easy! If you look at the green area it is 4 square cm. Below it is the yellow area of 6 square cm. So the area of my shape is 10 square cm! |

Is he correct? Discuss.

Concept: Patterns in Shapes

Can you think of some other ways of completing the shape?

Concept: Patterns in Shapes

This is one of the sides of a shape. Complete the shape so that its area is 4 square cm

Concept: Patterns in Shapes

Two sides of a shape are drawn here. Complete the shape by drawing two more sides so that its area is less than 2 square cm.

Concept: Patterns in Shapes

Measure the side of a small square on the squared paper given below. Make as many shapes as possible using 5 such squares. Three are drawn for you.

How many different shapes can you draw?

Concept: Patterns in Shapes

Draw all the 12 shapes on a sheet of cardboard and cut them.

Try to arrange your 12 shapes in some other way to make a 10 × 6 rectangle. Could you do it?

Concept: Patterns in Shapes

Try to arrange your 12 shapes in some other way to make a 10 × 6 rectangle. Could you do it?

Concept: Patterns in Shapes

You have to make a 5 × 12 rectangle with these 12 shapes. There are more than 1000 ways to do it. If you can find even one, that’s great!

Concept: Patterns in Shapes

How many tiles has she used?

Concept: Patterns in Shapes

Which of these shapes will tile a floor (without any gaps)? Discuss. What is the area of these shapes?

Concept: Patterns in Shapes

The top one-third of our flag is saffron (or orange).

What is the color of the middle one-third of the flag?

Concept: Patterns in Shapes