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1.Going to School
VEER SAVARKAR BRIDGE NASIK
A BRIDGE ON THE RIVER
BRIDGE TO CROSS THE SEA
YAMUNA RAIWAY BRIDGE ALLAHABAD
GANDHI SETU PATNA
HOWRAH BRIDGE ON RIVER,HUGALI
A BRIDGE: Bridges are built over the canals, rivers, railway lines and busy roads so that people and vehicles can move easily
Materials used to make bridge Wooden planks and logs Ropes Cement Bricks Sand- lime Bamboo poles Iron rods/beams
SCHOOL CHILDREN USING VALLAM TO CROSS THE WATER BODY
A CEMENT BRIDGE
A ROPE WAY
CAMEL CART- RAJASTHAN
THE TROLLEY - UTTRAKHAND
SCHOOL CHILDREN TRAVELLING IN BULLOCK CART
WALKING ON SNOW
IN HILLY AREA –CHILDREN GOING TO SCHOOL
CHILDREN GOING TO SCHOOL THROUGH THICK FORESTS
A SPECIAL VEHICLE OF GUJARAT JUGAD/ CHHAKADA
A SIMPLE MACHINE- PULLEY
WELL PULLEY TO LIFT WATER
RECOGNISE AND TELL
EVALUATION: MATCH CLUES PLACES BAMBOO BRIDGES RAJASTHAN VALLAM-SMALL BOATS UTTRANCHAL CAMEL CARTS KERALA BULLOCK CARTS GUJARAT STRONG IRON ROPE HILLY AREAS ROCKY PATHS ASSAM JUGAD VILLAGES/ PLAINS
CLASS – IV SUBJECT- EVS CHAPTER 01. GOING TO SCHOOL.
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