**Description:**

**ICSE Mathematics** for Classes 3 to 5 conforms
to the latest ClSCE curriculum. The series aims to meet the expectations of the
students and teachers, and help the students gain knowledge of mathematical
concepts and vocabulary through clear explanations and supporting examples.

Features
of ICSE Mathematics for Classes 3 to 5

- Caretully
graded content
- In-text
Exercises given after a few concepts in each chapter to gauge the understanding
of the concepts learnt
*Review
Exercise* including a variety of objective and subjective
exercises of the complete chapter- Important
points and tips included in
*Top Tip(s)* section *Values
and Life Skills *including questions based on values and life
skills to develop interpersonal skills- Various
concept-based activities given at the end of each chapter to reinforce the
concepts learnt
*Progress
Worksheet *including questions to evaluate the knowledge and
understanding concepts learnt- Assessment
questions given in
*Attempt and score* to assess the overall knowledge of
the students - Exercises
given in
*lntegrate* *Your Learning* to help students create links
between different subjects *Maths
Fun*
including game given in the inner back cover of the book to make learning fun

**Additional Teacher’s Support **

**Teacher’s Manual** • Lesson plan • Solutions
of selected questions • Worksheets with answers

**Digital Support (www.vivadigital.in)** •
Flip book Test generator • Solutions of selected questions • Worksheets with
answers • Test generator • Lesson plan

**Contents:**

**Chapter 1. Numbers** • Indian and International
Number Systems • Representing Numbers on an Abacus • Place Value and Face Value
• Expanded Form and Standard (Short) Form • Comparison of Numbers • Predecessor
and Successor • Ordering of Numbers • Forming Numbers • Even and Odd Numbers •
Rounding of Numbers

**Chapter 2. Roman Numerals **•
Symbols of Roman Numerals • Reading Roman Numerals • Roman Numerals up to 39

**Chapter 3. Addition** • Addition of Numbers
(with and without carry over) • Addition Facts • Addition Using Expanded Form •
Finding the Missing Digits • Estimating the Sum • Solving Word Problems •
Framing Word Problems

**Chapter 4. Subtraction** • Subtraction of
Numbers (with and without borrowing) • Subtraction Facts • Subtraction Using
Expanded Form • Checking Subtraction • Finding the Missing Digits • Estimating
the Difference • Solving Word Problems • Framing Word Problems • Addition and
Subtraction Together

**Chapter 5. Multiplication** •
Constructing Tables • Multiplication Tables in a Grid • Multiplication Facts •
Multiplication by Numbers Ending with Zero • Multiplication of Numbers (with
and without carry over) • Lattice Multiplication • Solving Word Problems •
Framing Word Problems • Mixed Problems • Multiplication by Expanded Form •
Estimating Product of Two Numbers

**Chapter 6. Division** • Division by Sharing
and Grouping • Division as Repeated Subtraction • Division by Drawing Dots •
Division Facts • Division Using Multiplication Facts • Long Division • Solving
Word Problems • Framing Word Problems

**Chapter 7. Factors and Multiples** •
Factors and Multiples of a Number • Common Factors • Even, Odd, Prime and
Composite Numbers • Prime Factors • Tests of Divisibility of Numbers • Highest
Common Factor (H.C.F.) • Least Common Multiple (L.C.M.)

**Chapter 8. Fractions **• Some Common
Fractions • Fraction of a Collection • Types of Fractions • Visual Idea of
Equivalent Fractions • Showing Equivalence of Fractions • Addition and
Subtraction of Like Fractions • Word Problems

**Chapter 9. Geometry **• Basics of Geometry •
Measuring or Drawing a Line Segment • Types of Lines • Plane Figures • Solid
Shapes and their Nets • Circle • View • Tangram • Tessellation • Symmetry

**Chapter 10. Perimeter and Area **•
Perimeter • Area

**Chapter 11. Measurement **•
Measurement of Length, Weight and Capacity • Estimation and Verifi cation of
Length, Weight and Capacity

**Chapter 12. Time and Temperature **•
Time in Hours, Minutes and Seconds • Time in a.m. and p.m. • 24-Hour Clock •
Converting Days to Hours and Vice Versa • Converting Hours to Minutes and Vice
Versa • Converting Minutes to Seconds and Vice Versa • Addition of Time •
Subtraction of Time • Elapsed Time • Temperature

**Chapter 13. Data Handling** •
Pictograph • Bar Graphs

**Chapter 14. Patterns **• Repeating Patterns •
Number and Shape Patterns • Growing and Reducing Patterns

*Attempt and Score*

*Integrate Your Learning*

*Answers*

**About the Author:**

**Ajay Kumar**, with teaching experience
of over 15 years, is currently heading the Mathematics Department in St. Mary’s
School, New Delhi.

**Target Audience:**

Students
of ICSE Class 4.