Start With Maths CCE (E-Book) - 4
These books are based on CCE Pattern. The books have been designed with plenty of well‐graded exercises, revision of important points, plenty of word problems, etc. The books begin with the revision of different concepts like Numbers, Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication And Division, Comparing, Conversion Of Fraction, Money, Length, Mass, Capacity, Time, along with the exercises and activities.
Concepts like Extension of Numbers – 4‐digit Numbers and Large Numbers, Expanded Form, Roman Numerals, Addition Facts and Subtraction facts, Rounding Numbers to Tens, Hundreds and Thousands, Indian and International Place Value Charts. There are ample exercises and activities which have been given for extensive practice.
Multiplication including Tables, Regrouping, etc.; Division with different methods like Long Division Method, Short Division Method Using Tables, Four Fundamental Operations, Word Problems have been covered.
Different concepts of Fractions Like Like‐Unlike Fractions, Comparison of Fractions; Different Concepts of Factors and Multiples, Properties of Factors and Multiples, Common Multiples, Prime and Composite Numbers, Factor Tree, Short Division Method, Sieve of Eratosthenes, Divisibility Rules, Finding HC and LCM by Prime Factorization Method along with the Word Problems have been covered.
Decimal Fractions include Place Value Chart, Comparison, Equivalent Decimals, Addition and Subtraction of Decimals; concepts of Unitary Method, Fun with Numbers – Addition and Multiplication, Patterns have been explained by means of a number of exercises and activities.
Concepts covering Money like Calculating, Grouping, Converting, Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division of Money have been taught.
Concepts of Time (Reading, am and pm); Lines and Shapes (3‐4 Sided Figures ‐‐ Square, Rectangle, Triangle, Circle, Plane Figures – Cube, Cuboid, Cylinder, Sphere, Symmetry / Mirror Lines, Tiling, Tangrams, Patterns); Perimeter and Area of different shapes, Data Handling (Pictograph, Tally Marks, Bar Graph, Pie‐Chart, Line Graphs); Maps have been explained and covered in detail.