NCERT Solutions for Class 3 EVS Chapter 2

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NCERT Solutions for Class 3 EVS Chapter 2 - The Plant Fairy

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Q1. In EVS Class 3 Chapter 2 ‘The Plant Fairy’, all the Leaves of Plants like Mango, Lemon, Basil (tulsi ), Neem, Coriander (dhania), and Mint (pudina), and many more are Shown. Do all Those Leaves have Similar Colours, Shapes, and Margins?

Ans. In EVS class 3 Chapter 2 ‘The Plant Fairy’, many leaves of plants like mango, lemon, basil (tulsi ), neem, coriander (dhania), and mint (pudina), etc. are shown. Although they are leaves, all of them have different shades of green colour and come in different shapes and sizes. Mango leaf was the biggest among all while coriander leaves were the smallest. They don’t smell like. Some leaves can be identified by their smell, for example, coriander and mint have a refreshing smell while neem smells bitter. Lemon leaves smell just like lemons while basil has a subtle but soothing smell.

Q2. In EVS Class 3 Chapter 2 ‘The Plant Fairy', many Plants and Their Features were Introduced to Students. So Write Down, In Case of Which Tree was the Rubbing of the Trunk Difficult? Why?

Ans. In EVS class 3 Chapter 2 ‘The Plant Fairy', many plants and their features were introduced with interesting the case of trees like Ashoka, mango tree rubbing of the trunk is difficult as these trees have soft-textured trunks. This is because the hard and rough-textured surfaces of these woods from trees are easier to be imprinted by rubbing them on something also they show different beautiful patterns.