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Day: September 26, 2017

Homework of the day- 26th Sept.

Homework of the day- 26th Sept.

Solve the following in your Math notebook:

1. Write any 3 ways to make 9.

Example: 8+1 9, 2+7=9

2. Write any 3 ways to make 7.

Example: 6+1 =7, 0+7=7

3. Frame your own addition word story (2 digit + 1 digit) and solve the same.

Example: Ram was having 10 pencils. He bought 5 new pencils. How many pencils he has now?

T O

1 0

+ 5

  1 5

Ans: Now Ram has 15 pencils.

 

Regards,

Grade 1 Team 🙂

Homework for 26th September 2017

Homework for 26th September 2017

Homework

Language

  • Complete the story of “Upgrading Goldilocks.”
[Unit Of Inquiry]
  • Complete the worksheet as explained in the class. Thereafter, go through the following PPT and write the definitions in your UOI notebook.
  • Link for the PPT:

https://docs.google.com/a/fountainheadschools.org/presentation/d/1dVPA_gautdOM9Lg0_-6JYX6KHksCHG7SfHzAXAQRioU/edit?usp=sharing

Math

  • Have a look at the following video and come prepared for a discussion.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PQrH5cQ4lqw&vl=en

See you all tomorrow… 🙂

Homework for 26th September 2017

Homework for 26th September 2017

 

Homework

Math: https://www.tes.com/lessons/qW0nPCRTprpAPA/edit (slide 24 – 28)

Language: Students have to write one alliteration poem and one onomatopoeia poem in their Language E.E notebook. (Minimum 5-6 lines each)

UOI: Get pictures and articles related to the risks and challenges children face in the world.

Note: FA notebook and evidence for the unit ‘Exploration’ has been sent. Kindly go through and send them back tomorrow.

‘Grade 4, Resilience: Highlights and homework – 26th Sept. 2017’

‘Grade 4, Resilience: Highlights and homework – 26th Sept. 2017’

Day 6, Tuesday.

Star of the day: Whole class (For being extremely enthusiastic and providing 100% participation in the class)

UOI: The teacher read an article on “A motivational story of a 23-year-old Srikanth Bolla who built Rs. 50 crore company.” In addition, the strategy “Monitoring inner conversation” was used for comprehension purposes. They were also asked to make connections to the PYP Essential Elements (Knowledge, Skills, Attitude, Concepts, and Action).

http://www.worldnewsbyday.com/motivational-story-of-a-23-year-old-srikanth-bolla-who-built-a-rs-50-crore-company/

Homework:

UOI: Bring pictures that represent the challenges faced by children worldwide.

Regards,

Poonam Sharma Yerunkar.

 

 

 

 

Highlights and homework of the day- Day 6

Highlights and homework of the day- Day 6

Language

  • LD- Week 8 Day 5 and home weekend task was discussed.

UOI: HOW WE EXPRESS OURSELVES

  • Students chose portfolio piece for the unit – Imagination. They also assembled rest of the pieces and made a booklet.

Homework:

  • LWE- Complete the exercise of week 8 day 5 and weekend task.
  • Complete the worksheet given.
  • Fill the Google – form of chapter 4 – Magic Faraway Tree. (Mailed on parents Id and explicitly explained in the class).

Regards,

Shruti 🙂

Homework and Highlight – 26th September, 2017

Homework and Highlight – 26th September, 2017

Dear Parents,

Day 6

Star of the day: Hiya Madhwani (For consistently performing amazingly well in dictation)

 

Highlights: 

Language:

Students were introduced to the figure of speech “Simile”.

Math:

Students understood the relationship between area and perimeter through a hands-on engagement.

Homework:

Language:

Students will rewrite the dictation spellings 5 times.

Lang EE: 

Students will complete these similes below describing their friend. (make it brilliant)

1- My friend is smart like a ________.

2- My friend is fast like a ________.

3- My friend is as busy as a ________.

4- My friend is as brave as a ________.

5- My friend is as happy as a ________.

6- My friend is as funny as a ________.

7-My friend is as sweet as a________.

Math:

Explore this blend space link to revise the math concepts:

https://www.tes.com/lessons/qW0nPCRTprpAPA/measurement

Note: FA notebook has been sent. Kindly sign it and send them back tomorrow.

Regards,

Malvika Gandhi

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