Intl Yoga Day!

Q1. What is the colour of the yoga mats?

Q2. How many people are practicing yoga in the first row?

Q3. What is the tourist in the red tee doing?

Q4. Where is the instructor seated?

Q5. What is the young boy taking a picture of?

Blood Donation!

Sahil has come to a blood donation camp with his mother. Use the hints given below to find out which of the following people will be eligible to donate blood!

  • The donor’s haemoglobin level must be more than 12.5%
  • The donor should not suffer from diabetes, hypertension, cardiac arrest or kidney ailments.
  • The donor must be over 18 years of age and weigh more than 50 kg.

Board Game Fun!

Maya and Krish want to play but all their games are missing a few pieces like the ludo board, carrom queen, chess pawns—bishop, king, horse, 2 scrabble tiles, die, 2 monopoly cards and a twister mat. Find these items for them.

A Bus Ride

Q1. What is the colour of the umbrella the boy sitting in front is holding?

Q2. What are the two kids putting on the girl’s hair sitting in front of them?

Q3. What are the two girls sitting on the third row eating?

Q4. What is the boy sitting at the back doing?

Father’s Day Gift!

Make an easy Popsicle Stick Puzzle Gift!

Materials Required:

  • Popsicle sticks
  • A photograph with your father
  • Cutter
  • Glue
  • Nail
  • String
  • Blank card
  • Pen 

Steps to make:

1. Arrange the popsicle sticks as shown and paste the photograph with your father. With the help of an adult, pierce a hole using the nail at one end of these sticks.

2. Let it dry for 20 minutes. Use a cutter to carefully split the sticks apart.

3. Using a thread, jumble and tie the pieces of the puzzle together. Attach a small card that says “Happy Father’s day” in the front. 

A Milky Business!

World Milk Day is observed on June 1.  Look at the picture and answer the questions. 

Q1. How many animals can you count?

Q2. At the milk farm, what is collected and distributed? 

Q3. How many pails is the man on the cycle carrying? 

Q4. How many pails can you count in total?