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									                                            Holiday Homework for class II

English:- Do the given worksheet.

Maths:- Write tables from 11 to 15 in Maths NoteBook and do the given worksheet.

EVS:-

1). Make tour own new year calendar for the month of January by using chart paper or card paper. Paste sticker or
pictures along with the special days.

2) do the activity on pg-41 in EVS text book. “Have fun making a log cabin”.

Hindi:-

   १) अपने नए साल पर क्या प्रण ललया? अपने लिचार लललिए !
   २) कोई दो लचत्र लचपकाकर उनके बारे में तीन तीन िाकय लललिए (लचत्र िणणन) !
                                            Dwarka International School
                                            Sector 12, Dwarka, New Delhi, 110078
                                            Mental Maths Worksheet (CLASS II)
Name______________

Roll no.____________                                                                                 Date:___________

 I)          Find the missing number. The middle number is the addition of side numbers.

                              13            8


                                                                                          14               11
         12                                 18
         2                                  8

                                                                                               15
                              17




 II)                Follow the arrow and write the missing numbers to make the sum correct


       500


                    -10                          -20                      -100                      -120




       320



                    -20                                +40                       +60                   +140




 III)        Solve and find the number in the missing box.

             1) 6         +        4 = 77                    3)     7–2            = 38
      2)           6+ 1      =21                        4) 9    --   2 = 71



IV)   A small bubble game (tables) is waiting for you---
      In all the bubbles given below, the numbers given in the bigger bubble is the multiple of
      the numbers given in the two small inner bubbles. Find the pattern and complete them.
      One is done for you.
                                                                        81
       63                               90

      9        7                                                                            63
45                      56              100
                                                                                   6    7
      5        8                                        8

          40                                       80



V)                                      Colour the even numbers in green and odd numbers in red.


      24                           64         13                     55       99

                   32        21                     79         56                  48




VI)                                     Choose the correct answer from the following options:
      a)                                What is the successor of 70-
           68                           70            71          67

      b) lina has 7 ten rupees notes. How much money she has?
          60                    70         80         90

      c) Find the next number in the series—1 , 4 , 8 , 13 , ?
          19                   16           18             none of these

      d) How many flat faces does a cuboid has?
         5                    6            7                         8

      e) What is the nearest hundred for 186?
         200                   300         100                       400
                                Dwarka International School
                       Sector 12 Dwarka, New Delhi-110078
                                Worksheet English (class-II)
                                      Tenses(verb)
Name _______________                                           Class _____________

                           1-To form the past tense of a verb
                           we add ‘ed’ to the verb.

       Help     _____________                     mix    _____________
       Hunt     _____________                     walk   _____________
       Chew     _____________                     turn   _____________
       Guess    _____________                     fear   _____________
       Fill     _____________                      ask   _____________




                  2) The last letter of some verbs are
                     doubled when ‘ed’ is added to them.

    Grip   ___________                            fan    _____________
    Fit    ___________                            knit   _____________
    Drip   ___________                            drop   _____________
    Pin    ___________                            sob    _____________
    clap   ____________



                  3) If the verb ends in ‘e’ we just add ‘d’
                     to it to form the past tense.

    Hate   ____________                             like       ____________
    Move ____________                              describe    ____________
    Smile ____________                             dance       ____________
    Close  ____________                            believe     ____________
    Graze ____________                             tie         ____________
                    If the verb in the present tense ends in ‘s’
                         or ‘es’ we drop the ‘s’ or ‘es’ and add ‘d’
                         or ‘ed’.


        Lies       ___________                     joins        ____________
        Talks      ___________                     rows         ____________
        Dares      ___________                     tastes       ____________
        Chases     __________                      stays        ____________
        Cares      ___________                     dives        ____________




                 Use of is-am-are-was-were—‘is’(pr.t.) and ‘was’(pa.t.)
                     are used for one person or thing
                 —‘are’(pr.t.) and ‘were’ (pa.t.) are used for many persons or
                     things
                 —‘am’(pr.t.) is used after I.




Fill in the blanks with suitable verbs

   1)            India _____ a large country.

   2)            The earth _____ round.

   3)            I _____ a student of class II.

   4)            They _________ cold and hungry after their long walk.

   5)            Deep’s father ______ a good athlete when he _____ in school.

								
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