With the help of a Joyful Mathematics Class 1 Solutions Chapter 3 Mango Treat (Numbers 1 to 9) students can tackle challenging problems with confidence.

## Joyful Mathematics Class 1 NCERT Solutions Chapter 3 Mango Treat (Numbers 1 to 9)

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Let Us Talk (Page 19)

A. Identify the birds in the picture.

Answer:

Crow, Pigeon, Parrot, etc.

B. How many animals or birds were eating the mango in the beginning?

Answer:

1

C. How many more animals or birds joined every time?

Answer:

1 more

D. What is 1 more than 1, 1 more than 2… up to 9?

Answer:

2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9

E. How many animals and birds ate the mango at the end?

Answer:

9 animals and birds ate the mango at the end.

Match the number of birds with the number of fingers. (Page 20)

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Match the fingers with the correct number of dots (one has already been done for you). (Page 21)

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My Drawing Day (Page 23)

Tick more or less or equal.

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Let Us Do (Page 24)

A. Tick the one which is more in number.

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B. Tick the one that is less in number.

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C. Tick the one which is less in number.

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Count and Match (Page 28)

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Join the Numbers in an Order (Page 29)

A. Draw a path from numbers 1 to 9 in the correct order. The lines should not cross each other.

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B. A naughty monkey shuffled the number cards. Write them in the correct order from the smallest to the largest.

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C. The cat has walked all over the worksheet. Write down the missing numbers.

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Colour the Biggest Number (Page 30)

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A. How many yellow boxes are there? Count and write the number.

Answer:

8

B. How many jamuns are there in the given picture?

Answer:

8

C. Write the number of sheep seen in the picture.

Answer:

9

D. Draw any 4 fruits.

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E. Which two groups together have 8 fruits? Encircle them.

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F. Which two groups together have 7 umbrellas? Encircle them.

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G. Which are less in number? Cups or Spoons? Encircle them.

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Project Work

Ask children to make their number cards from 1 to 9. They can use different colour papers. They can stick or draw an equal number of objects on the number card.