NCERT Math Magic Solutions for Class 2 Maths Chapter 9 My Funday
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NCERT: Math-Magic Solutions for Class-2, Chapter-9: My Funday

My Funday deals with week and its 7 days.

This chapter have exercises on:


philosophyNumber of days in a week

philosophy Each day of a week

philosophyNumber of days in a week

philosophy Each day of a week

The solutions for Math-Magic Chapter-9 have been created and verified by our experienced subject matter experts, according to the CBSE syllabus and guidelines of NCERT. For practice, our subject matter experts have created very interactive, activity-based, and Image-based worksheets on these topics to enhance learning.

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Chapter 9: My Funday

Question 1:Is Sunday a funday for you?

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Answer : Do it by yourself. Since Sunday is a holiday, children take it as funday.


Question 2: Monday is happy to be the first day of the week. Now, you tell-

  1. The third day of the week is _______________
  2. The fifth day of the week is _______________
  3. The second day of the week is _______________
  4. The last day of the week is _______________

Answer:Observe the given calendar.

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  1. Wednesday is the third day of the week.
  2. Friday is the fifth day of the week.
  3. Tuesday is the second day of the week.
  4. Sunday is the last day of the week.


Question 3: Which day will come

  1. After Sunday? _______________
  2. Before Sunday? _______________
  3. After Wednesday? _______________
  4. Before Wednesday? _______________
  5. 2 days after Sunday? _______________
  6. 4 days after Wednesday? _______________
  7. 7 days after Monday? _______________

Answer:Observe the given calendar.

  1. Monday will come after Sunday.
  2. Saturday will come before Sunday.
  3. Thursday will come after Wednesday.
  4. Tuesday will come before Wednesday.
  5. Count 2 days after Sunday. Sunday, Monday, Tuesday. Therefore, Tuesday comes two days after Sunday.
  6. Count 4 days after Wednesday. Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday. Therefore, Sunday comes 4 days after Wednesday.
  7. Count 7 days after Monday. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Monday.
Therefore, Monday comes 7 days after Monday.


Question 4:

  1. Which day do you like most? Why?
  2. What is the day today? ________
  3. Which day was it yesterday? _________
  4. Which day will it be tomorrow? _________
  5. Which day will it be the day after tomorrow? ______
  6. Which day was it the day before yesterday? _________

Answer:

  1. Answer it by yourself. Write the name of the day which you like the most. Sunday is the most liked day among children, because it is a holiday, schools are closed, and children enjoy playing and spending time with their family on Sunday
  2. Do it by yourself. Answers may vary based on the date of answering.
  3. Do it by yourself. Look at the calendar and write the name of the previous day.
  4. Do it by y2ourself. Look at a calendar and write the name of the day that will come tomorrow.
  5. Do it by yourself. Look at a calendar and write the name of the day that will come 2 days after today.
  6. Do it by yourself. Look at a calendar and write the name of the day that was two days before today.

Teacher-Teacher

Question 5:Some children of Class II–A love to play "Teacher-Teacher". They have decided to take turns in playing the teacher's role.

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Now fill in the blanks –

  1. _________ will be the teacher the day after Friday.
  2. _________ will play the teacher's role on the day before Tuesday.
  3. Gaurav will play the teacher's role on the day after _________.
  4. Deepak will play the teacher's role on the day before __________.

Answer:

  1. The day after Friday is Saturday. From the given table, Saturday is Rehnuma’s turn to play the role of teacher.
  2. The day before Tuesday is Monday. From the given table, Monday is Vaibhav’s turn to play the role of teacher.
  3. From the table, Gaurav plays the role of the teacher on Wednesday. Since Wednesday is the day after Tuesday, Gaurav will play the teacher's role on the day after Tuesday.
  4. From the table, Friday it is Deepak’s turn to play the role of teacher. Since Friday is the day before Saturday, Deepak will play the teacher's role on the day before Saturday.

Games Every Day?

Question 6:

Look at the time table of Class II-A and fill in the table:

Answer:From the given time table. The correct answer is:


In Your Class

Question 7:

  1. On which days do you have a games period? _______________________________
  2. How many children would like to have a games period every day? __________
  3. What games do you play in your games period? _________________________
  4. On which days do you have a drawing period? _____________________________
  5. Do you have a music period? __________ If yes, on which days? ___________________
  6. Which day of the week do you like best at school? __________

Answer: Do it by yourself. Answers will vary as different routines are followed by different schools. Following is a sample answer based on the given time table of II-A.

  1. Games periods are on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday.
  2. Most of the children enjoy the Games Period.
  3. In the Games period, everyone likes to play football.
  4. On Monday, Thursday, and Saturday they have a Drawing period.
  5. There are Music periods on Monday and Tuesday.
  6. Thursday is the best day of school as on Thursday there are both Games and Drawing periods.

Favourite Month

Question 8:

  1. Which month do you like best? _________
  2. Why? ________________________
  3. Draw what you like to do in your favourite month.

Answer: Do it by yourself. Answers may vary. A sample answer is:

  1. I like the month of December most.
  2. In the month of December, one can enjoy picnics and outings very well in Kolkata. Cakes, Moya’s, Oranges, and the sweetness of the Nolen gur, etc. are the speciality of December.
  3. A drawing of a picnic with family is shown below.


Question 9: Fill in the table.

Answer:Do it by yourself. A sample answer is:


Question 10: Write the names of five festivals that you or your friends celebrate. Also, write the months in which these festivals come.

Answer: Do it by yourself by discussing with your friends. Answers may vary. A sample answer is:


Question 11: Draw a scene of any of the festivals.

Answer: Do it by yourself. A drawing of Diwali celebration is shown below.


Question 12: Names of some of the months are missing in the list given below. Fill in names of those months. January, February, ___________, April, ___________, June, __________, August, September, October, ___________, December.

Answer: The correct answer is: January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December.


Question 13: Look at the calendar to find out

  1. Which is the first month of the year? ______________
  2. Which month comes after March? ______________
  3. Which month comes before August? ______________
  4. Which is the last month of the year? _______________

Answer: Observe the calendar. The correct answer is.

  1. January is the first month of the year.
  2. April comes after March.
  3. July comes before August.
  4. December is the last month of the year.


February is Different

Question 14: Look at a calendar to find out:

  1. Which months have 30 days? _____________
  2. How many months have 31 days? _____________
  3. How many days are there in February? ___________
  4. How many days together are there in May and June? __________
  5. How many Sundays are there in July? ____________
  6. What is the day on your birthday? ___________

Answer:

  1. Look at a calendar. There are 4 months in a year that have 30 days. These are: April, June, September, and November.
  2. Seven months have 31 days. These are: January, March, May, July, August, October, and December.
  3. There are 28 days in February 2021.
  4. In May there are 31 days and in June there are 30 days. 30 + 31 = 61 Therefore, in May and June there are 61 days in total.
  5. There are a total of 4 Sundays in July 2021.
  6. Do it by yourself.


Find Out

Question 15:

  1. How many days do you get for your summer holidays? _______________
  2. How many winter holidays do you have? ____________

Answer: Do it by yourself. Answers may vary. A sample answer is:

  1. There are 30 days of summer holidays.
  2. There are 5 days of winter holidays.


Blow Hot, Blow Cold

Question 16:

  1. Have you ever felt—
    1. Your teeth chattering due to the cold? Yes/No
    2. Your feet feel hot when walking barefoot? Yes/No
    3. Name one month when you can easily walk barefoot.
    1. Have you seen it raining for many days? Yes/No
    2. In which month does it rain the most in your area?
    1. Which are the hottest months in your area?
    2. Which are the coldest months in your area?
  2. Which fruits and vegetables are seen a lot in the market in these months? Write or draw:

Answer: Do it by yourself. Answers will be different for different regions. Following is a sample answer for North India.

  1. Have you ever felt—
    1. Yes, in winter our teeth chatter due to cold.
    2. Yes, in summer it feels hot when we walk barefoot.
    3. In March and October roads are neither too hot nor too cold. So in these months one can walk barefoot. But walking barefoot is not suggested in any month.
    1. In July and August anyone can see rain for many days.
    2. In July, it rains the most in our area.
    1. May and June are the hottest months in our area.
    2. December and January are the coldest months in our area.
  2. Following are the lists of vegetables and fruits with their months.


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