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Happy Maths Book 1

happy maths book 1Happy Maths Book 1 – A mathematics book with many stories built around the problems, with questions and answers. The book is aimed at children of grade 3 to 5 maths and english levels. Stories are based around Indian lifestyles and this book can also be a nice way to learn about different cultures.

By: Mala Kumar, Angie and Upesh

 

Text and Images from Happy Maths Book 1

Happy MathsSankhya and Ganith have been learning a lot of things in their mathematics class.

Join Sankhya and Ganith in their happy discoveries about mathematics.
Zzero and Eka are friends of Sankhya and Ganith.

In this book Sankhya and Ganith discover the magic of numbers. They think of numbers as their friends. They want to share some the things they have found out about numbers. They learnt about numbers from stories that they read in many books in their school library.

Happy Maths

Happy Maths

Grans of Rice



Acharya Vinoba Bhave was a freedom fighter. He followed the teachings of Mahatma Gandhi and lived between the years 1895 and 1892.

When he was a young boy in Maharashtra, his mother had made a vow of offering 10,000 grains of rice to God. She carefully counted 100 grains each day and offered it in prayer, reciting God’s name each time she made an offering.

Vinoba’s elder brother had an idea. He said, “mother why do you do this everyday? After counting 100 grains on one day, measure its weight. From the next day, you just have to weigh out an equal amount and offer it to God. This will save you time and effort.”

Vinoba said, ” I don’t think that would be right. When you count 100 grains of rice each day, you will repeat God’s name 100 times. But if you weigh out 100 grains, you would say God’s name only once!”

Happy Maths

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