Indian Army Day!

Indian Army Day is celebrated on January 15, in recognition of Field Marshal Kodandera M. Cariappa, the first Commander-in-Chief of the Indian Army.
Observe the picture and answer the questions.

  1. Which day is being celebrated?
  2. What is the name of the memorial in front of which, soldiers are marching?
  3. In which city is Amar Jawan Jyoti located?


Look at the picture and answer the following questions.

Q1. Identify the hibernating animals below.
Q2. Where is the snail hibernating?
Q3. Which of these animals are reptiles?
Q4. Which two animals hibernate in caves?


What is hibernation?
Hibernation is a way that some animals deal with the harshness of winter. They curl up in a safe place and stay there until winter ends. Hibernating animals prepare for winter with extra eating. They store fat to keep them alive during the months. In warmer weather, they return to their regular activities

Indian Handicrafts!

All India Handicrafts Week is celebrated from December 8 to December 14. Observe the picture, cover the page and answer the following questions.

Q1. How many stalls are there in the exhibition?
Q2. What is the colour of the Bandhini print at the Bandhini stall?
Q3. How many kids have come to the exhibition?
Q4. What is the woman selling at the Madhubani stall?

Day Of Disabled Person

International Day of Disabled Persons is celebrated on December 3. Look at the picture below and answer the following questions.

Q1. How many sports are being played?
Q2. How many athletes are participating in the games?
Q3. What is the referee by the swimming pool holding in his hand?

Do The Poo

It’s World Toilet Day on November 19. This day celebrates toilets and raises awareness on the 4.2 billion people living without access to clean toilets.

World Toilet Day!

World Toilet Day is celebrated on November 19.

Children’s Day!

Observe the picture for a minute, cover it and try answering the questions given in the box.

Q1. How many teachers are performing on stage?
Q2. What is the colour of their uniform?
Q3. How many students are sitting in the front row?
Q4. What is written on the banner placed on top of the stage?

World Tsunami Day!

It’s World Tsunami Awareness Day on November 5. Tsunamis’ are giant, powerful waves most often caused by earthquakes beneath the ocean floor. Look at the picture and answer the following questions.

1. Why are the people running?
2. Where is the evacuation zone?
3. What are these giant waves called?
4. How many people are atop the mountain?

Fun Fair!

Food from several countries is being distributed to children from orphanages. Look at the picture below and answer the following questions.

1. What slogans can you see?
2. How many countries can you count?
3. Name three foreign food dishes.

Let’s Play Navratri!

Q1. How many kids are playing Garba?
Q2. How many singers are singing on stage?
Q3. What is the shape of the Rangoli?
Q4. What are the delicacies in the sweet shop?

Ganesh Chaturthi!

On the occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi observe the picture and answer the following questions.

Q1. Which musical instruments can you find in the picture?
Q2. Name the white sweet.
Q3. Leziums are used in traditional dances in Maharashtra. Can you spot the leziums in this picture?

Simon Go Back!

77 years back on August 8, Mahatma Gandhi launched the Quit India movement to free India from the British rule. Our favourite Champakvan animals are re-enacting the movement for their school play and have lost 5 banners. Help them find the banners.

World Mosquito Day

World Mosquito Day is on August 20. Find out all the words related to mosquitoes from the jumble below. The words appear horizontally (forward and backward) and vertically (upwards and downwards).

Teeth And Tail

Look at the animals below. 5 of them are missing their teeth and 5 of them are missing their tails. Identify their body parts and match them.

Shadow Match

It’s World Elephant Day on August 12.

Made A Rakhi!

Vyshana and Sahil made one rakhi each. Look at the picture below and answer the following questions.

Q1. How many circles can you count?
Q2. Identify the common colour in Vyshana and Sahil’s rakhi?
Q3. How many triangular beads can you count?
Q4. Whose rakhi has a blue stone?