Lines and Lines Whose Line is It? Today, there is a cricket match in Fatima's school. Fatima, Jasbir and Raima have each brought their own stump from home. They keep these in a corner of the room. Fatima keeps her stump in standing position. Jasbir keeps his stump in slanting position. Raima keeps her stump in sleeping position. Raima To show others how they have kept their stumps, they draw lines in a notebook. Fatima draws a standing line. Jasbir draws a slanting line. Raima draws a sleeping line. Match the picture of each child with the correct line. uIs there any number or letter that you cannot make with matchsticks? u rite some numbers using Now w straight lines. u writing letters using straight What about lines? Which ones are easy? u are Find out where else numbers and letters written with straight lines. Several classical dance forms such as Bharatanatyam and Odissi use geometrical movements. Children can be encouraged to look for different lines or shapes in pictures or T.V. programmes. Designs with Dots uJoin the dots with curved or straight lines. Make your own designs. Lines in Pictures Nancy saw these pictures made by folk artists. Look for different types of lines — curved, standing, u slanting and sleeping. uDraw some more pictures like these.

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