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Recap of the day -14/8/18

Recap of the day -14/8/18

Math –    

Learners learned to solve problems involving units of measurements and carry out mathematical operations (addition and subtraction) on them.

Language: Students revised Simile through the poem My Family by Stacy Zeiger.

UOI: Students discussed the various kinds of Risks and Challenges that children encounter. In addition, students made connections with the Learner Profile attributes, PYP Attitudes and Related concepts of this unit.



Task 1:  Look at the image and describe the boy/boys using complete sentences as done in class.


The boy/s have a _______ face.


He had a ________skin.


He wore ________ dress.


He was adorned with________.


He looked ________.


He was ___________.


Task 2: Read the following article and answer the following questions.

Click on the following link to access the article:

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Happy Independence day to all.


Freedom – Homework

Freedom – Homework



On the occasion of Independence day, students are free to enjoy their break without the hassle of finishing their homework.

However, they have to make corrections of their previous F.A(in the F.A notebook) and get all the Formative Assessments signed by parents.

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Stars of the day: Harshit Agarwal, Bhomik Gotecha and Ananya Agrawal (for undeniable class participation)

Happy Independence day!

Quote of the day:

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Fatema Topiwala

Highlight & homework

Highlight & homework

Dear parents,


[Highlight Of The Week]

Students visited Lavachha Choryasi School as a UOI learning engagement.

Students practice measurement word problems in their math class.

In addition, they also learned how to form descriptive sentences using adjectival phrases in their Language class.


Math: Open the link given below and solve the sums in Math Homework Notebook.

Math mixed bag

Language: Open the link and complete the tasks in Language Notebook.

Language mixed bag

Also, revise the descriptive vocabulary from page 1 – 8.


Star of the day: Priyanshi Bhavsar( for being an Inquirer during the school visit) and Aryan Solanki (for demonstrating tremendous social skills and making new friends).

Quote of the day:

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Fatema Topiwala




Dear parents,


Math: To be done in a math notebook.


  1. 22 l = __________ml
  2. 32 kl = __________l
  3.  7 cl =___________ml
  4. 98 l 029ml= __________ml



  1. 49 km= ___________m
  2. 800 km= ___________mm
  3. 65m =_____________mm
  4. 562 km 81 m 9m =____________mm
  5. 103km 4m 3mm= _______________mm


  1.  12 tonne = _________kg
  2. 17 kg= ___________g
  3. 2 tonne 181 kg 500mg = ______________mg
  4. 200 kg 80 mg = _______________ mg
  5. 1 tonne 1kg 1000mg= ______________mg


Star of the day:

Pratham Sonthalia (being a critical thinker during the Inquiry class) and Ishani Mevada (she was a reflective student during inquiry class).

Quote of the day:

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Fatema Topiwala


Star/s of the day

Star/s of the day

Dear parents and little hard working souls,


I congratulate you for showing immense tolerance and resilience today. You were enthusiastic to accept all the challenges being thrown at you will open arms.

I take pride in announcing the Stars of the day”

The entire Freedom class, in fact, the whole grade 4!


Superstars of the day: Harshit Agarwal (for showcasing undeniable sincerity towards his tasks) and Tatsat Mashruwala( for reflecting enthusiastically post the engagements).

Quote of the day:

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Fatema Topiwala





Dear parents,


Math: to be done in math homework notebook.

1) My mother bought cloth of 69 meters. Can you help me understand how many centimeters of cloth did she buy?

2) If a man weighs 75 kg, what is his weight in grams?

3) I drink 1 litre of milk daily. How many millilitres of milk do I drink?

4) 10 kg = ______ g.

5) If a water tank can store 22 l of water, how much ml of water can it store?

6) 52 cm = ___ mm.

7) If a one can consume 5 g of salt in a day, how many mg of salt can one consume in a day?


Stars of the day:  Prisha Nangalia (for being helpful and supportive) and Krishaa Shah(for acing her math F.A)


Quote of the day:

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Fatema Topiwala


Highlight and homework

Highlight and homework

Dear parents,


Another amiable week has passed us, we work, play and grow each moment along with our little learner. A gentle reminder, to keep working on their goals set for this term and support your child in the same.


[Highlight Of The Week]

The culmination of Exploration unit.

Students appeared for their Summative assessment too.

Formative assessment for the Number Strand was also taken with the student.

Students learned how to identify personification and understood the implementation of the same.



Math: To be done in math homework notebook.

Task 1: Read the given situations and solve the word problems:


Q 1) A new grocery store is opening next week.


  1. a) The “V4U” store ordered small leaflets and large leaflets to advertise their opening.  

    There were 3025 large leaflets. If small leaflets were ordered 87 times as much as

    large leaflets, how many small leaflets were ordered.

  1. b) How many more small leaflets were ordered than large leaflets?


Q2) The store has 125 employees and each of them has to be given 3 uniforms.

  1. a)  Find the total number of uniforms needed by the store.


  1. b)  If the store gets 25 uniforms in a pack, how many packs will they need to order?   

     (Hint: b  is connected to a)


Task 2: Solve the following and write the product in word form according to Indian and International place value system:


  1. 2549 x 365          


Task 3: Find the quotient and remainder, if 6585 is the dividend and 35 is the divisor.




Language: To be done in Language Writing notebook.

  • Make corrections for the dictation words. ( Parents, please ensure students make the correction well, they often make spelling errors even in the corrections)
  • Read the given below poem and answer the questions.


Goals Catered-

1- Wonders about text by asking Questions

2- Identify the  main idea in familiar oral texts


Read the following poem and complete the tasks.

Use glossary for your reference.


I Am Blessed


Today upon a bus,

I saw a lovely girl, so very sweet.

To me, she seemed so nice,

And I wished we were to meet.

When suddenly she rose to leave,

I saw her hobble down the aisle.

She had no legs, she bore a crutch,

And as she passed she wore a smile.

Oh God, forgive me when I whine;

I have two legs and the world is mine.


And when I stopped to buy some sweets,

The lad who sold them had such charm,

I talked to him, he seemed so glad,

If I were late it would do no harm,

And as I left, he said to me,

‘ I thank you, you have been so kind.

It is nice to talk to folks like you.

You see, I am blind.”

Oh God, forgive me when I whine;
For I have two eyes, the world is mine.


Later, while walking down the street,

I saw a child with eyes so blue;

He stood and watched the others play,

It seemed he knew not what to do,

I stopped a moment and then I said,

“ Why don’t you join the others, dear?”

He looked ahead without a word;

And then I knew he could not hear:

Oh God, forgive me when I whine;

I have two ears and the world is mine.


With legs to take me where I will,

With eyes to see the sunset glow,

With ears to hear what I would know;

Oh God, forgive me when I whine;

I am blessed indeed, the world is mine.           -Anonymous.



A- understanding the poem


A- Who am I?

1- I hobbled down the aisle.

2- I sold sweets.

3- I stopped to speak the lad.

4- I did not play with the others.


B- Answer the following questions.

1- In what way was the girl on the bus different from us?

2- Infer why was the boy selling sweets happy with the poet for talking to him?

3- Why did the third child did not play with the other children?

4- Why does the poet feel blessed?

5- What do you learn from this poem?


C- Use words from the poem to fill in the blanks.

1- I’m sorry! Please _______________ me.

2- I like spending time with these people ,______________ like them are fun to be with.

3- He has a good job and a lovely family. He is truely _______________.




1- hobble- to walk with a limp.

2- crutch- a support that helps someone to walk.

3- aisle – the passage between two rows.

4- whine- say something in a “crying voice”

5- lad- boy

6- folks – people

7- bore- past tense of bear.


Adopted from Treasure Chest English Textbook,

Stars of the Day: Kunjjan Patel(showing outstanding progress with following the 6PBL and academics) and Nyassha Fudhnawala (for showcasing leadership skills).

Wishing you a very happy Friendship day!


Quote of the day:


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Dear parents,



To be done in Language E.E notebook.

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Important note: Students are not allowed to bring friendship bands to school. 


Stars of the day:  Jinay Shah (for showing progress in math), Nyassha Fudhnawala, Ananya Agrawal and Ishani Mevada (for showcasing commitment towards their work)


Quote of the day:

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Fatema Topiwala



Dear parents,



To be done in your math notebook.

Solve the following:
a. 5555/11
b. 8642/ 14
c. 1100/10
d. If 360 toffees are to be divided equally amongst 10 students, how many toffees will each student get?

e) Sam held a lemonade stall outside his home on Sunday. He sold 2100 cups of lemonades. He charged 21 rupees per cup. How much did he earn?

f) Fountainhead ordered 2124 pencils from a stationary shop. These pencils were later distributed among some students. Each of the students received 36 pencils. How many students received these pencils?

[Unit Of Inquiry]

Prepare for you S.A presentation tomorrow.

Star of the month for JULY:

Congratulations to Simone Kothari, Reyansh Agarwal and Mannat Nandwani. 


Star of the day for Monday: 

Jinay Shah, Ahaan Arora, Prisha Nangalia, Prathan Sonthalia and Krishaa Shah( Outstanding class participation).


Star of the day:

Pratham Sonthalia, Simone Kothari, Krishaa Shah and Bhomik Gotecha(for showing proactiveness during math slot).


Quote of the day:

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Dear parents and little explorers,

Get geared up for your upcoming Summative Assessment of the Exploration unit.


Create a timeline after referring to the information given below.


Good history teachers use chronological storytelling

Image of a chronology

What is a historical chronology? This is a written or visual timeline of a particular historical event. While a chronology can consist of many different formats (as explained below), a really good historical chronology always includes two things: the date– or approximate dates – of an event, and an annotation – a brief 1-3 sentence description of the event. So, in the example above – which is a visual annotated chronology – you can see examples of both. In a written format, the first entry would look like this:

July 1497:-  Vasco Da Gama’s First voyage. The expedition set sail from Lisbon to reach India. It followed the route pioneered by earlier explorers.

When an annotated historical chronology is done well, it will tell a story. And just what is the importance of a good historical chronology that tells a story? When we make a chronology of historical events, we create a graphic representation of how we think about time.

  • We link time with events.
  • We make a sequence that suggests a past, present, and future.
  • We provide a direction that says time and history proceed in a line, not a circle.
  • We demonstrate that some events happen before others, which in turn, suggest the possibility of cause and effect.
  • We show how events exist in relationship to one another.

Thus, making a chronology allows us to graphically plot the sequence of events, to see possible relationships between those events, and to tell a compelling story.

To refer to a few examples explore the link:

TASK: (How to Create an Annotated Chronology)

  1. Select a topic that interests you (Create a chronology/timeline for any famous person).
  2. Review and select a variety of research resources – both secondary and primary documents.
  3. Begin reading whatever book or article that most interests you about the topic.
  4. As you read this first source, write down dates and brief descriptions for the most important historical events. In other words, annotate your chronology.
  5. When you are finished with your sources – you will have a long chronology of events – edit your chronology by deleting those you no longer think are important and marking places where you still do not have enough information to tell the story.

You may use any medium to express your timeline. ( Online apps, Chart paper, PPT) Ensure you take a printout and submit the physical copy in class tomorrow.


Stars of the day: Harshit Agarwal (For an act of kindness), Prisha Nangalia, Pratham Sonthalia and Ananya Agrawal (for showcasing confidence during the ICT session and adapting the role of a supportive leader).

Star of  the day for Wednesday: Simone Kothari ( for giving a perfect demo of book review presentation)

Superstars of the Day: Mrs. Sonal Arora, Dr. Jigna Mevada, Mrs. Kavitha Kothari, Mrs. Priyanka Reliawala, Mrs. Supriya Jatin Patel and Mrs. Falguni Jariwala – Mrs. Shalini Fudhnawala. (for becoming the super parents and making us make the first book review of the 2018-19 and fruitful affair).

We grade 4- Freedom, extend our heartfelt gratitude for taking out time and motivating our little readers. Your presence and feedback will help us grow into our true potentials.




Quote of the day:

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Fatema Topiwala