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Homework of 21st July

Homework of 21st July

Dear Students,

Given below is the homework for the weekend.

[Unit Of Inquiry]
  • Read the article given to you, in detail.
  • Having done that, research about the governance at our school. Try and make connections with the TDT aspect, “The structure and function of organisations”, the LOI’s as well as the related concepts.
  • The school website will be a useful source of information for your research.

Math

  • Do the Mixed bag homework, posted by Sakshi ma’am, in your Mixed bag notebook.

Enjoy the weekend! 🙂

Homework for 21st July 2017

Homework for 21st July 2017

Homework

Dear Students,

Given below is the homework for the weekend.

[Unit Of Inquiry]
  • As discussed in class, governance is not just restricted to the country. It can be anywhere; country, state, city, school, offices, malls, even in our own family. Governance may take many forms. Keeping this in mind, explore and understand the meaning of governance in detail.
  • Having done that, research about the governance at our school. Try and make connections with the TDT aspect, “The structure and function of organisations”, the LOI’s as well as the related concepts.
  • The school website will be a useful source of information for your research.

Math

  • Do the Mix bag homework, posted by Sakshi ma’am, as well the following worksheet in your Mix bag homework notebook.
  • MATH – 1

Language

  • Write the answers to question nos. 1 to 9 in your language notebook.
  • Refer to the chapter, “The Fall of Icarus”, from your Empowering English book. Identify and mark all the adjectives and adverbs used in the chapter.
  • Attempt the following quiz on the adjectival phrase and share the screenshot with me.
  • Search for any 5 commonly used idioms and use them in a sentence. Write the sentences in your Language notebook.
  • LD: Practice the oral work for Week 1, Day 5 as well as Week 2, Day 1 from your LWE book. In the case of any difficulty, refer to page number 128.

Enjoy the weekend!!!

See you all on Monday… 🙂

 

 

 

 

Inter House Anagrams Event

Inter House Anagrams Event

Dear All,

Please note that the Inter House Anagrams Event will be conducted on Monday.

Following  are the details:
Date: 24th July 2017Monday, Day 1 
Timings: Assembly Slot – 2.15 pm. to 3.05 pm. 
Venue : Grade 7 – Hippo Drome, Grade 8 – Y – Box & Grade 9 & 10 – Pulse
All the best to the participants!
Regards,
Language Team
Highlights of the week 10th July to 21st July

Highlights of the week 10th July to 21st July

Highlights:

Circle Time:

 

Phonological Awareness– Various Listening Activities.

 

Rhymes :

Introduction of  new rhymes:

 

Peter hammers with one hammer..  (by Ian J Watts/Pete Bradbury)

One hammer..one hammer,

Peter hammers with one hammer all day long.

Now Peter hammers with two hammers…all day long.

Now Peter hammers with three hammers…all day long..

Now Peter hammers with four hammers…all day long.

Now Peter hammers with five hammers…all day long.

Now Peter is tired, Peter goes to sleep now, sleep now,

Sleep now, Peter goes to sleep now all night long…

Tic-tic 1 tic-tic 2 tic-tic…3..4…5..6..7..Peter goes to

Work again..work again…work again…Peter goes to

Work again..all day long.

 

Incy wincy spider

Climbed up the water spout

Down came the rain,

And washed the spider out

Out came the sun

And dried up all the rain

So incy wincy spider

Climbed up the spout again.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MBxeKG7_Hq4

 

Revision:

1)Miss Molly had a dolly who was sick,sick,sick..

http://www.songsforteaching.com/nurseryrhymes/missmollyhadadolly.php

2)Today is Monday. Today is Monday..

3)Tumbai Tumbai..

 

Drill-

Where do you live?

I live in Surat.

 

Word of the week: Synergize

 

Math:

 

  • Oral counting from 1-10.
  • Revision of Subitizing using manipulatives.
  • Revision of sorting(color) through Math Learning centres
  • Sorting by size.
  • Introduction of Number ‘1’ and ‘2’ using different manipulatives.

Language:

  • Introduction of the letter sound t’ and ‘i’ through a Jolly Phonics story.
    Revision of the letters “i” – www.starfall.com
  • Revision of letters s,a,t, i.

 

  • Revision of tricky words I, the, he, she.
  • Show and tell activity was conducted.

 

Read aloud : Read alouds were conducted from the Jr. KG monthly read aloud list.

UOI:

TDT: Who we are

Central Idea: We use our senses to discover and understand the world.

  • Introduction of  ‘Sense of smell’. Exploration table was set where kids experienced the smell of Vicks, coffee, onion, spices, perfume, incense stick, nail paint, garlic, flowers etc. Vocabulary like pungent, fragrance, sweet, floral was introduced.
  • Students were taken to the toilet and garbage dump to experience a foul smell.

Homework:

  • Math Firefly number book sheet no.11
  • Language book page no.15 .

                            

Happy Weekend !!

Regards,

Jr KG Team.

 

Highlights of the week 17th July-21st July

Highlights of the week 17th July-21st July

Circle Time :

Rhymes :

 

 

– Introduction of the rhyme: Ramu Ramu

Ramu Ramu calls mom,

Come and have your breakfast hot.

Drink the milk and eat the bread,

Slices of fruits and vegetables fresh.

Mummy mummy give me cola,

Chocolates, pastries, Pepsi cola.

No no Ramu you should have,

Fruits and vegetables for your health.

–  By Anonymous

 

 

  • Revision:
  • Morning has come…
  • Toombai Toombai..
  • Thumbkin he can dance..
  • Slowly, slowly…
  • Oh the cuckoo! Oh the cuckoo!
  • Pitter patter

 

 

 

  • WOW (Words of the week) : Constipation, nutrients.

 

 

 

  • Phonological Awareness :
  • Syllables: The teacher gave different words to the children and they had to count the syllables in them.

 

  • Students played ‘passing the parcel’ and gave rhyming words for the given word.

 

 

  • Read aloud: Read alouds were conducted from the Sr.KG monthly read aloud list.

 

 

Math :

 

  • Revision of tens and ones through learning centers.
  • Students revised patterns with 2 attributes and were introduced to patterns with 3 attributes.
  • Concept of ‘Middle’ was introduced.
  • Introduction of numbers 31-40.
  • Revision of all the operations for numbers 1-40.

 

 

Language:

 

  • The students practiced writing capital letters in Jolly Phonics book 2.
  • Introduction of vowels (a,e,i,o,u)
  • Dictation of letters was given.
  • Revision of tricky words through a game. (I, we, he, she, me, be, was, to, do, of, are, all, come, some, here, said, there, they, you, your, go, no, my, one, by, only, old, like, live, have, little, down, what, when)

 

 

UOI :

 

  • TDT : Who we are.
  • Central Idea : Choices people make affect their health and well being.
  • Introduction of the red (fruit) and green (vegetable) group. The students learned about the nutrients of the taught food group.
  • Homework :
  • Language: Page no. 31 of the Jolly Phonics book 2.
  • Math: Write numbers 1-40 one time in the notebook.

 

 

 

  • Important points :

 

-Kindly ensure the revision of  taught concepts of Math.

-Kindly ensure daily revision of tricky words.

-Give writing practice of the alphabets [lowercase and uppercase].

 

Have a great weekend!

 

Regards,

Sr. KG  team.

 

Homework of 21st July, 2017

Homework of 21st July, 2017

Homework

Mixed bag:  Cycle 5

Math:

  1. Solve the following:
    1. 5 ⅔ + 6 3/9
    2. 5 2/8 – 4 2/3
    3. 7 3/7 – 2 7/8
  2. Multiply the following:
    1. 3/9 X 1/9
    2. 3/12  X 6/12
    3. 2/8 X 4
  3. Anil says 5 ¾ + 2 ¼ = 7 ½ because 7 4/8 = 7 ½ . Identify his mistake.
  4. Harsha says that to add fractions with different denominators, you always have to multiply the denominators to find the common unit; for example ¼ + ⅙ = 6/24 + 4/24

Show Harsha how she could have chosen a denominator smaller than 24, and solve the problem.

5. Jasmine brought ¾ litre of iced tea to the party. Bimal brought ⅞ litre of iced tea to the same party. Who brought more iced tea and by what fraction?

6. Rita and Kavita made a bowl of lemonade each. Kavita used 5 times more lemon juice than Rita. Rita used ⅘ cup of lemon juice. How many cups of lemon juice did Kavita use?

Source: Engage NY

Language:

Change the degree of comparison without changing the meaning and underline the words that show comparison.

Example:

  1.  Malacca is the oldest town in Malaysia. (Change to positive and comparative)

Positive –No other town in Malaysia is as old as Malacca.

Comparative- Malacca is older than any other town in Malaysia.

  1.    Peter is cleverer than any other boy in the class. (Change to positive and superlative)
  2.    Jupiter is the biggest of all planets. (Change to comparative and positive)
  3.    Very few boys are as industrious as John. (Change to comparative and superlative)
  4.    India is the largest democracy in the world. (Change to comparative and positive )
  5.    Shakespeare was greater than any other playwright. (Change to positive and superlative )
  6.    Asoka was one of the greatest Indian kings. ( Change to positive and comparative)
  7.    Greenland is the largest island in the world. (Change to positive and comparative)
  8.    Lead is heavier than any other metal. (Change to positive and superlative)
  9.   Very few animals are as useful as the cow. ( Change to comparative and superlative)

Source: https://www.englishpractice.com

U.O.I:  a). Fill the details in the Well-Being log for the dates – 21st, 22nd and 23rd July.

b). Kindness challenge – 11, 12, 13.

c). Brainstorm the ideas for ‘Well-being Mela’.

Note: Formative assessment books have been sent. Kindly acknowledge by signing the same.

Keep reading.

Enjoy your weekend 🙂

Highlights of the day 21-07-17

Highlights of the day 21-07-17

Day 6

Language

Students recited the poem ‘The Best Way to Travel’ by Laura Braden given in the Empowering English Book (Chapter 12) and picked out the similes given in the poem. A shared list of similes used for describing animals was created. Answers to the questions were discussed.

The poem ‘The Hot Air Balloon’ by Joanne Hughes was read aloud. Students discussed what the poet might see on looking down from her hot air balloon.

UOI

Students have been tuned into circulatory system through a PE activity and a video.

Math

Formative assessment was conducted.

Homework

Language

Write the answers to the questions marked in your notebook and complete the given worksheet.

Math

Solve the given worksheet.

UOI

Watch the video and revise the concept.