CLASS 7 HOLIDAY HOMEWORK

Maths:

Holiday Home Work – Class VII
Mathematics

Don’t waste your summer holidays.30 minutes of Math a day will make a huge difference.
Learn all the work done in the class till now.

1)    Learn Multiplication Table as per the table below.

             Date      Multiplication Table
June 1st   to  10th      12
June 11th to 20th      13
June 21st to 30th      14
July 1st  to 10th      15
July 11th  to 20th      16
July 21st  to 31st      17
August 1st to 10th      18
August 11th to 20th      19
August 21st to 31st      20

 

2)    Math Project [ Already discussed in the class]

3)    Learn and remember formulas   [ Update the Formula Book]

4)      Unit – 3  Introduction to Rational Numbers-CBSE-i  Book 

Solve  2 problems daily under each topic

Ordering and Comparing Rational Numbers

Page 52, 53

Addition and Subtraction of Rational Numbers

Page 55,56,57,58,59

Multiplication of Rational Numbers

Page 61,62,62,64

Division of Rational Numbers

Page 64,65

Rational Numbers as Decimals

Page 67,68, 69

Word Problems

Page 66

 

  • Revise all the work done in class ,CBSE-i Book, LOA Book

Holiday homework has to be submitted in the first week of September 2013. 

 

 

HINDI

 

 

SUBJECT – ENGLISH

1)    Write a travelogue about any one visit you would make during your vacation.

2)    Prepare  a scrapbook of the latest electronic gadgets in the year 2011-2013

3)    Prepare a thank  you card  for the love and care given by the grand parents.

4)    Write and learn atleast 30 difficult words with their meaning .

5)    Stick at least 5 crossword puzzles in your English note book(highlight beautifully with colours)

 

SUBJECT – SCIENCE

  1. Make a collage on “Different ways of taking in food: Ingestion” in animal kingdom.

 

  1. Collect different types of clothes (made from different types of fibres)

 

  1. Make a PowerPoint on the topic “Waste water treatment”

Or

Make a PowerPoint on the topic “Various physical and chemical changes in our daily life”

 

Refer to websites mentioned in the cbse-i workbooks

 

PHYSICS

  1. Visit the following websites

www.khanacademy.org

www.ted.com (go through the different talks)

  1. Read the autobiography of any one of the following scientists and submit a brief page report

STEPHEN HAWKING

ALBERT EINSTEIN

SIR C V RAMAN

ISSAC NEWTON

  1. Prepare a power point on “ Motion, Speed and time”
  2. Make a sun dial to understand how it works and to learn how the apparent motions of the Sun and the shadows cast by its rays were used to measure time in earlier days.
  3. Find out how long it takes to brush the teeth or how long does it take for an egg to boil.

 

COMPUTER  SCIENCE

 

Complete the exercise which is given in page no.9 in your notebook

 

SUBJECT: ART & CRAFT

Craft work: ‘Best out of Waste’

Drawing and colouring: Topic : “ A Scene of Airport”

 

Subject : -  French

1 – Numbers from 1 to 100

2- Days  of week , Month of the year

5 verbs each group  1-2-3   , In present

 

SOCIAL STUDIES

CLASS – VII A —- HOLIDAY ASSIGNMENT

 

  1. A working or still model on any topic related to Social Studies should be made and submitted by 4th September 2013

 

  1. Power Point files to be made on the following topics as per class 7 Social Studies curriculum 2013 – 2014. The topics have been allotted as per role number and given below:-

 

Group – I (Roll no: 1 to 7 – Unit I, Unit II, Unit III and Unit IV)

 

  1. Hirsha  – Rise & Growth
  2. Albin  – Athens & Sparta
  3. Sneha –  The Delhi Sultanate
  4. Yohan –  Europe in Middle Ages
  5. Krutvik -  Rise of Islam & Crusades
  6. Adorna -  Athens & Sparta
  7. Wesley -  Feudalism

 

Group – II (Roll no: 8 to 14 – Unit V, Unit VI, Unit VII and Unit VIII)

 

  1. Aloshius –  Natural Vegetation (I)
  2. Fudail –  Natural Vegetation (II)
  3. Syed – Land Resources
  4. Maria –  The Mughals in India
  5. Samyuktha – Society & Culture in Asia
  6. Namitha -   Interior of the Earth
  7. Muatasim -  Mughals in India

 

Group – III (Roll no: 15 to 21 – Unit IX, Unit X, Unit XI and Unit XII)

 

  1. Jeeva –   Governance – kinds
  2. Abel –    Water on land
  3. Prerna - Governance – kinds
  4. Subasree -  Distribution of Power & centers
  5. Gohar -  Water on land
  6. Anam -   Distribution of Power & centers
  7. Ummal - Water in the oceans

 

Group – IV (Roll no: 22 to 27 – Unit XIII, Unit XIV, Unit XV and Unit XVI)

 

  1. Usama –    Types of Economies
  2. Fatema –   Types of Economies
  3. Athira –   Economic & Non – Economic activities
  4. Salwa –    Forms of democratic government
  5. Meerja -   Birth & Growth of democracy

Gopal -   Economic & Non – Economic activities

 

CLASS 7B

  1. Any project related to Social Studies (working or still model)
  2. Any two powerpoints related to the social studies subject(refer class VII curriculum to select the subject of powerpoints). Minimum 20 slides.
  3. Prepare for second formative exams

 

SUBJECT: ARABIC

 

 

أكاديمية المتعلمين الهندية

الواجبات الصيفيــــــــــــــة

الصـــــف الســــــــــــابــع

After reading the chapter (The solution in co-operation) answer the following questions:

بعد قراءة موضوع ” الحل في التعاون “ 

أجب عما يأتي :-

1- السؤال الخامس صفحة         ” 32 “

 

2- السؤال السادس صفحة         ” 33 “

 

3- السؤال السابع صفحة           ” 34 ”

 

4- السؤال الثامن صفحة           ” 35 ”