Day 4, Tuesday
UOI: Students created posters and model for their Summative Assessment task for the unit “Energy”.
Describe the physical appearance of any one character from the page number 105 of the reader Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. Keep in mind the criteria given below:
|Write 4-5 lines
|Use punctuation and capitalization in your writing
|Use correct spelling
|Use adjectives/ adjectival phrases to describe the character
You must be aware that Grade 4 students have been experimenting and learning about ‘How energy can be converted and used to support human progress.’ Our young scientists are all charged up to lead and showcase their understanding through a student-led conference through the science fair.
Fountainhead has always stated that parent participation holds equal importance in a child’s education as they are an important part of the learning community. Therefore, we hereby, invite you to celebrate your child’s learning of the current unit and assess their understanding.
||8:45 am to 10 am
||Number Nagar (Wing 6 2nd floor)
We request you to clear your schedule and make time to appreciate the efforts put in by your child.You are supposed to assemble first at the orientation venue for the briefing of the assessment checklist. Later, you will be escorted to the venue for the science fair.
Note: Carpooling is appreciated and recommended since we are promoting energy conservation and we have limited parking space.
Day 2, Thursday
Math: Term end assessment was conducted.
Math: Click on the link and complete the worksheet
Math Mix bag- 19-10-2018
Note: Dear parents, a gentle reminder to send the tuition policy undertaking form on Monday.
Day 6, Tuesday
UOI: Learners were introduced to the summative assessment task. They were further made familiar to the rubrics of assessment. Later, they finalised the project they would like to work on.
UOI: Students have already decided the experiments they will be conducting for their UOI SA. They are expected to bring the materials for the same to the school tomorrow. Link for reference has been added below.
Task 1: Write the number names of the given below numbers in figures and words using correct periods. Also, write the place value of the digits 5 and 3 for both the numbers.
(a) 2533805 (b) 59263114
Task 2: Fill in the blanks:
a) 8 kg and 250 g = __________ g.
b) 51 l and 65 ml = __________ ml.
c) 85 m and 10 cm = __________ mm.
Note: Dear parents, a gentle reminder to send the tuition policy undertaking form.
Day 4, Friday
Math: Click on the link and complete the worksheet:
Math mixed bag
Task 1: Click on the link and complete the worksheet:
Lang mix bag
Task 2: Read chapter 12 from the reader.
Note: Please bring all the materials needed for the ‘YOU DO’ experiment on Monday.
Day 3, Thursday
Math: Students understood the survey as a means of problem-solving or information gathering. Further, they understood the following terms in the context of survey- purpose, population, sample and sample size.
Language: Learners read chapter 12 of the reader while revising the comprehension strategies to consolidate their understanding.
Math: Conduct the survey (Submission on 15th October, 2018).
Language: Describe the man on page number 141 of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang.
Write a paragraph using:
- Specific descriptive adjectives
- Correct grammatical sentences (punctuation, capitalization and sentence structure)
- Add meaning and context to your paragraph
- Write 6-8 lines
Day 1, Tuesday
UOI: Formative assessment was conducted.
Math: Students revised the concept of area and perimeter.
Task 1: Solve the following:
a) A rectangular room has length 12 m and width 7 m. What is the area of this room?
b) Tanush wants to install new carpet in his living room. The room’s length is 75 m and width is 65 m. If the cost of the carpet is Rs.8 per sq meter, what will be the total cost to carpet Tanush’s living room?
c) Naisha is making a display board for the school’s talent show. The display board is 25 m by 12 m. If ribbon costs Rs. 2 per meter, how much will it cost to add a ribbon border around the entire display board?
d) Rhea wants to fence her rectangular garden. The length of the garden is 25 meters and breadth is 20 meters. Find how much fencing material will she require?
e) The perimeter of a square is 36 cm. What will be the area of the square ?
Task 2: Click on the given below link and practice area and perimeter
Day 6, Thursday
UOI: Students applied the scientific method to perform an experiment using Butterfly kit.
Math: Create a poster on Area and perimeter
Language: Create 5 Alliterative sentences and write in your Language E.E notebook.
Please send board games tomorrow for PS session.
Day 4, Tuesday
Task 1: Watch the given below video from 0:01 to 10:00 minutes and revise the concept of Area and Perimeter:
Task 2: Solve the following word problems:
1) A gardener digs a flower bed that is 8 metres long and 8 metres wide. What is the area of the flower bed?
2) A rectangular banner has length 5 m and breadth 2 m. Find the area.
3) A rectangular room measures 12 m by 7 m. What is the area of this room?
4) A rectangular swimming pool measures 10 meters by 8 meters. What is the area of the swimming pool?
5) Find the area of a square tile with 30cm side length.
Day 2, Thursday
Math: Students were introduced to the area of square and rectangle through a hands-on learning experience. Later, they derived the formula for finding the area of a square and rectangle.
Language: Learners revised the strategy “Asking questions” while reading chapter 10 from their reader Chitty Chitty Bang Bang.
Dictation was conducted.
Math: Click on the link and complete the worksheet.
Language: Click on the link and complete the worksheet.