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**Class 6 Maths:-**

Chapter 1: Knowing our Numbers | Ncert PDf | PDF Notes | Video Solution |

Chapter 2: Whole Numbers | Ncert PDf | PDF Notes | Video Solution |

Chapter 3: Playing With Numbers | Ncert PDf | PDF Notes | Video Solution |

Chapter 4: Basic Geometrical Ideas | Ncert PDf | PDF Notes | Video Solution |

Chapter 5: Understanding Elementary Shapes | Ncert PDf | PDF Notes | Video Solution |

Chapter 6: Integers | Ncert PDf | PDF Notes | Video Solution |

Chapter 7: Fractions | Ncert PDf | PDF Notes | Video Solution |

Chapter 8: Decimals | Ncert PDf | PDF Notes | Video Solution |

Chapter 9: Data Handling | Ncert PDf | PDF Notes | Video Solution |

Chapter 10: Mensuration | Ncert PDf | PDF Notes | Video Solution |

Chapter 11: Algebra | Ncert PDf | PDF Notes | Video Solution |

Chapter 12: Ratio and Proportion | Ncert PDf | PDF Notes | Video Solution |

Chapter 13: Symmetry | Ncert PDf | PDF Notes | Video Solution |

Chapter 14: Practical Geometry | Ncert PDf | PDF Notes | Video Solution |

**Some Tips:-**

There is expectation that in your class, Mathematics will emerge as a subject of exploration

and creation rather than an exercise of finding old answers to old and complicated problems.

The Mathematics classroom should not expect a blind application of ununderstood algorithm

and should encourage children to find many different ways to solve problems. They need

to appreciate that there are many alternative algorithms and many strategies that can be

adopted to find solutions to problems. If you can include some problems that have the

scope for many different correct solutions, it would help them appreciate the meaning of

Mathematics better.

We have tried to link chapters with each other and to use the concepts learnt in the initial

chapters to the ideas in the subsequent chapters. We hope that you will use this as an

opportunity to revise these concepts in a spiraling way so that children are helped to appreciate

the entire conceptual structure of Mathematics. Please give more time to ideas of negative

number, fractions, variables and other ideas that are new for children. Many of these are the

basis for further learning of Mathematics.

We hope that the book will help ensure that children learn to enjoy Mathematics and

explore formulating patterns and problems that they will enjoy doing themselves. They should

learn to be confident, not feel afraid of Mathematics and learn to help each other through

discussions. We also hope that you would find time to listen carefully and identify the ideas

that need to be emphasised with children and the places where the children can be given

space to articulate their ideas and verbalise their thoughts. We look forward to your comments

and suggestions regarding the book and hope that you will send us interesting exercises that

you develop in the course of teaching so that they can be included in the next edition