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NCERT Solutions for Class 4 EVS Chapter 10: Hu TuTu, Hu TuTu

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NCERT Solutions for Class 4 EVS Chapter 10: Hu TuTu, Hu TuTu

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Chapter 10 - Hu TuTu, Hu TuTu

NCERT Page No. 79

(a) When you play Kabaddi, how many players do you have in a team?

(b) How many players got out when Shyamala touched the line?

(c) Do you have ways to resolve disputes in games?

Answer.

(a) There are 12 players in a Kabaddi team. 7 players play on the ground and 5 players are reserved.

(b) Six players got out when Shyamala touched the line.

(c) The game referee should listen to both sides and give a fair judgement.

NCERT Page No. 80

(a) Make a picture in your notebook to show how Shyamala managed to get the entire opposing team ‘out’ in one go.

(b) What does it mean to be out in games? When does one gets ‘out’ in Kabaddi?

(c) In some games it is very important to touch the player. For example in the game of Kho-Kho, you get ‘out’ when someone touches you. You also get your turn by someone’s touch. Name some games in which it is very important to touch the players?

(d) In Kabaddi, the entire team was ‘out’, because Shyamala had touched the line. What are some other games in which, the central line is very important?

(e) What are the games in which, besides the players, you have to touch some things or colours?

Answer.

(a) When six girls caught Shyamala,everyone thought that she was ‘out’. But Shyamala She dragged herselfand touched the line in the centre. Thus, she managed to get the entire opposing team ‘out’ in one go.

(b) Being out in games means that the player can no more continue the game.

A player gets out in Kabaddi game if:

  • He loses breath
  • He is stopped by the opposition players.
  • He touches opposition player and fails to stop him.

(c) Kabaddi, hide and seek, blind man’s buff, etc., are some games in which it is very important to touch the players.

(d) Tug-of-war, football, hockey, etc., are some other games in which, the central line is very important.

(e) Kho-kho and colour race are some of the games in which we have to touch a thing or colour respectively.

NCERT Page No. 83

(a) Have you learnt any game from a coach? Which one?

(b) Do you know of anyone who has learnt any game from a coach?

Answer.

(a) Yes, I have learnt Kabaddi from a coach.

(b) Yes, my elder brother has learnt cricket from a coach.

Discuss

(a)  How does a coach teach? How does a coach make a player practice? How hard do you think the players have to work?

(b) Have you ever thought of making a club for your favourite game?

(c) Imagine that there are 15 children to play Kho-Kho. They must form two teams with equal numbers (7 each). Then one player will be left. What will you do if this happens? Have you ever become the ‘extra person’ in the middle? Write about this.

(d) Every game has some rules. The game is played according to those rules. Let us see what happens if the rules are changed. For example-In cricket, a batsman gets ‘out’, if the bails fall off the stumps. Imagine if there is a rule that the entire team will be ‘out’, if all the three stumps fall. Would it be fun!

Answer.

(a) A coach teaches the rules and tricks to play a game perfectly. He helps players to improve their performance with adequate practice and hard work.

(b) Yes, I would love to make a club for football.

(c) I will make two teams consisting of seven players each and will keep the remaining player as extra person.Yes, once I became the extra player in a cricket match.

(d) Yes, it will definitely be a fun for players and spectators both.

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