ASSET A QUESTION A DAY-CLASS III

7/12/18

Subject:MATHS
Which of the following can you definitely say by ONLY LOOKING at an orange?
A
It is juicy.
B
It is round.
C
It is sweet.
D
It is heavy.

6/12/18

Subject:MATHS

Shown here is part of a SQUARE.

Which of these shapes completes the square?

A

B

C

D

CORRECT ANSWER:A

5/12/18

Subject:SCIENCE

Which of these road signs tells us that there is a school nearby?

A

 

B

 

C

 

D

 

CORRECT ANSWER:D

4/12/18

Subject:MATHS

Sajna is making a string of beads as shown.
The 3rd bead, 6th bead, 9th bead and so on are black in colour.

Which of these beads will also be black in colour?

A

13th bead

B

15th bead

C

16th bead

D

17th bead

CORRECT ANSWER:B

3/12/18

Subject:ENGLISH

The word ''father'' is made up of two words - ''fat'' and ''her''. We can make these words without changing the order of any letters in the word.
Which of the following words can be broken in the SAME way, into two full words?

A

basher

B

washer

C

pitcher

D

searcher

CORRECT ANSWER:B

30/11/18

Subject:SCIENCE

Sam did an experiment.
He dropped a tennis ball on a hard cement floor and checked how high it bounced.
He then let it bounce on a thick sponge sheet placed on the floor, then on a soft pillow, and then on a tray with wet sand. The ball was dropped from the same height each time.



On which of these will the ball bounce up the highest?

A

thick sponge sheet

B

cement floor

C

soft pillow

D

tray with wet sand

CORRECT ANSWER:B

29/11/18

Subject:Maths

Which of the following is the same as 6 × 8?

A

6 + 6 + 6 + 6 + 6 + 6

B

8 + 8 + 8 + 8 + 8 + 8

C

8 × 8 × 8 × 8 × 8 × 8

D

6 × 6 × 6 × 6 × 6 × 6 × 6 × 6

CORRECT ANSWER:B

28/11/18

Subject:Science

This is a picture of a can used to pour liquids.

How is the part labelled as 'nozzle' useful?

A

It makes the can bigger in size.

B

It can be used to reach high places.

C

We can hold the can with both hands.

D

Less liquid will spill while pouring from it.

CORRECT ANSWER:D

27/11/18

Subject: MATHS

How many circles are there in the figure below?

A

4

B

5

C

6

D

7

CORRECT ANSWER:A

26/11/18

Subject: English

In which sentence are the underlined words used CORRECTLY?

A

She did not know wereher story books where.

B

She was to tired toowalk all the way home.

C

She checked the wholedress to see if there was a hole in it.

D

She felt very week for one full weak as she was ill.

CORRECT ANSWER:C

23/11/18

Subject: Science
Very tall buildings and towers have a red light right on top that shines all night. These lights can be seen clearly by pilots of aeroplanes.
What could be the use of these lights to pilots?
A
to avoid accidents
B
to see stars clearly
C
to protect the aeroplane from heavy rain
D
to tell them where to land the aeroplane

Correct Answer:A

22/11/18

Subject: Maths

The clocks below show the times at which Komal's music class started and ended. 

How long was Komal's music class?

A
1 hour 30 minutes
B
2 hours 30 minutes
C
3 hours
D
3 hours 30 minutes

Correct Answer: B

21/11/18

Subject: Science

Aditi has made a list of two groups of changes.

Which change has she put in the wrong group?

A
1
B
2
C
3
D
4

Correct Answer: D


20/11/18

Subject: Maths

What should we add to 3 × 9 to get 5 × 9?

A
9 + 9
B
9 × 9
C
5
D
2

Correct Answer: A

17/11/18

Subject: English

The words given below are arranged in ALPHABETICAL ORDER. (That means, they follow the A-B-C order.)
Choose the option that completes this arrangement CORRECTLY. (The first letter of each word is underlined as a hint.)
Brinda counted five holes in _______________.

A

the red yoke

B

the white yacht

C

the brown violin

D

the yellow umbrella

Correct Answer:B

16/11/18

Subject: Science
The table shows the number of passengers that are allowed to travel in different types of vehicles.

Gautam's family has fourteen members. They all want to travel to the zoo together in one vehicle. 
Which vehicle should they use to travel safely?
A
car
B
scooter
C
public bus
D
autorickshaw

CORRECT ANSWER:C

15/11/18

Subject: Maths

Four friends have the following notes and coins with them.





Who has enough money to buy a packet of biscuits worth Rs 17?

A
Sajit
B
Daisy
C
Asha
D
Mini

Correct Answer: B

14/11/18

Subject: Science

Here is a square with one part missing.

Which one of the four shapes given below can be used to complete the square?

A

 

B

 

C

 

D

 

Correct Answer:D

13/11/18

Subject: Maths

The hour hand of Pratik's clock has fallen off. Only the minute hand is working. This is what the clock is showing. 



What time could it be?

A

1:00

B

6:00

C

9:30

D

12:00

Correct Answer:C

12/11/18

Subject: English

Which of these sentences has an underlined word with a SPELLING MISTAKE?

A

The glass plate broke into small pieces.

B

The thieves ran away before the police could come.

C

The old man's neicesstayed behind to look after him.

D

The small boy was sorry that he came eighth in the race.

Correct Answer:C

9/11/18

Subject: Science

Deepti is in a room with only a dim light. She sees her shadow on the ground.



If the dim light is replaced with a bright light, the size of the shadow will be___________.

A

fatter

B

longer

C

shorter

D

the same size

Correct Answer:D

07/11/18

Subject:Science

Kevin weighed his new pencil. He sharpened it with a pencil sharpener and collected all the shavings. The weight of the sharpened pencil together with the shavings would _______________.

A

be the same as the unsharpened pencil

B

be more than the unsharpened pencil

C

be less than the unsharpened pencil

D

depend on the thickness of the pencil shavings

Correct Answer: A

06/11/18

Subject:Maths
The calendar for the month of May 2009 is shown below.

Suresh's birthday is on Wednesday, 27th May. His school starts on the Wednesday just after his birthday. 
On which date does his school start?
A
June 1st
B
June 2nd
C
June 3rd
D
June 4th

05/11/18

Subject:English
What is the CORRECT way to write the second half of the sentence?
My friend and I went home early___________.
A
to chess play each other with
B
to play chess with each other
C
play with chess to each other
D
each other to play with chess

CORRECT ANSWER:B

2/11/18

Subject:Science

Look at these pictures showing an insect and a bird.

Which of the sentences given below is TRUE?

A
Only birds need to eat food.
B
Only insects have six legs.
C
Only insects can fly.
D
Only birds can see.

Correct Answer: B

1/11/18

Subject:Maths
Shown below are 3 number cards.



Shruti forms the largest possible TWO-DIGIT number using these cards.
Which of the following numbers did Shruti form?
A
37
B
57
C
75
D
99

CORRECT ANSWER:C

31/10/18

Subject:Maths
Which one of these animals can swim in water and also hop and leap on land?
A
B
C
D

30/10/18

Subject:Maths
A teacher divides the students of her class into 2 groups.
Group I has 9 students.
Group II has 13 students.
How many students should go from Group II to Group I so that there is an EQUAL number of students in both groups?
A
1
B
2
C
3
D
4

CORRECT ANSWER:B

29/10/18

Subject:English

Choose the option which joins the two sentences below CORRECTLY.
There was a traffic jam. I reached school late.

A
There was a traffic jam but I reached school late.
B
There was a traffic jam or I reached school late.
C
There was a traffic jam so I reached school late.
D
There was a traffic jam because I reached school late.

Correct Answer: C

28/10/18

Subject:Science

Where are you most likely to find the symbol shown below?

A
on a television
B
on a pencil box
C
on a medicine box
D
on a chocolate box

Correct Answer: C

25/10/18

Subject:Maths

Sam started watching a cartoon show at 5:00. When the show ended, the MINUTE hand of the clock was at 6.
Which of the following COULD be the time when the cartoon show ended?

A

6:00

B

7:00 

C

7:30

D

8:15 

24/10/18

Subject:Science

Mohit has finished his swim. His swimming costume and towel are wet. 
He puts them in a plastic bag and then into his cloth carry bag. 
He also has a story book in his carry bag.
Why does he use a plastic bag for his wet things?

A

so that they can dry quickly

B

so that his book stays dry

C

so that their weight is less

D

so that he can reuse plastic

CORRECT ANSWER:B

23/10/18

Subject:Maths

Given below is a pattern.

What should be the next pattern in place of *?

A

 

B

 

C

 

D

CORRECT ANSWER:C

22/10/18

Subject:English

Which sentence uses the underlined words correctly?

A

My pup likes too play with any blue coloured wool that it sees.

B

My pup likes to play with any blew coloured wool that it seas.

C

My pup likes two play with any blue coloured wool that it seas.

D

My pup likes to play with any blue coloured wool that it sees.

CORRECT ANSWER:D

19/10/18

Subject:Science

Some people in Japan make fishes out of cloth. These fishes are painted in bright colours and tied to poles. These poles are placed on the roofs of houses. These colourful flying fish are called ‘koi noboris’ in Japanese.




What can ‘koi noboris’ be used for?

A

to see the shape of the clouds

B

to show the direction of the wind

C

to find out how hot or cold the air is

D

to tell us at what time the sun will rise

CORRECT ANSWER:B

18/10/18

Subject:Maths

How many rectangles are there in the picture below?

A

1

B

3

C

4

D

6

CORRECT ANSWER:D

17/10/18

Subject:Science

In some places where it rains a lot, people build houses on poles, as shown here. 


Why is this a good idea?

A

The rain water will dry soon.

B

The house can be used like a boat.

C

The floor of the house will remain dry.

D

The people can see things that are far.

CORRECT ANSWER:C

16/10/18

Subject:Maths

Which of the following would give the number that must be added to 82 to get 95?

A

82 + 13

B

95 - 13

C

95 + 82

D

95 - 82

COORECT ANSWER:D

15/10/18

Subject:English

We clean our cycles once a weak.
Which word in the above sentence has a SPELLING MISTAKE?

A

clean

B

once

C

weak

D

cycles

CORRECT ANSWER:C

12/10/18

Subject:Science

Raju and Sohrab are both looking at the same tree. But it looks different to both of them.


Why does the tree look different to both of them?

A

Raju is closer to the tree.

B

Raju is shorter than Sohrab.

C

Sohrab is looking at the tree with only one eye.

D

Sohrab is sitting on the ground and looking at the tree.

CORRECT ANSWER:A

11/10/18

Subject:Maths

A fruit seller has arranged apples as shown below.




Which of these gives the total number of apples?

A

4 + 8

B

4 × 4

C

4 × 8

D

8 × 8

CORRECT ANSWER:C

10/10/18

Subject:Science

Uttam has a pet fish. 
Uttam's father gave him a stone basin for the fish, but Uttam wanted a glass tank like the one shown below.

In what way would a glass tank be better than a stone basin?

A

Glass is stronger than stone.

B

The fish can be seen through glass.

C

Fish can get air to breathe through glass.

D

A stone tank gets dirtier than a glass tank.

CORRECT ANSWER:B

9/10/18

Subject:Maths
Amar covered a part of a shape with his hand.

Which shape could it be?
A
a circle
B
a square
C
a triangle