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G5 Coalition – Homework for 11th August, 2017

G5 Coalition – Homework for 11th August, 2017

Homework

Mixed Bag:

Open the link and solve it in the Mixed bag NB: Mixed Bag – Cycle 8

UOI:

Create a comic strip or a poster on an A4 size sheet on:

  1. Life of students with digital technology
  2. Life of students without digital technology

Note:

  1. Showcase your creativity in order to persuade the larger audience.
  2. Use different colors to make it more attractive.
  3. Produce a neat and tidy work.

Note

Learn dictation words with their meanings.

Keep Reading and Have a great weekend !!

G5 Coalition – Homework for 10th August, 2017

G5 Coalition – Homework for 10th August, 2017

Homework

UOI:

  1. Complete page no. 16, 17 & 18 in your well-being log.
  2. Technology use time-line:
    1. Draw a time-line and map your media and technology use onto this time-line. (Example: mobile phones, television, I-pad, video games, newspapers and so on).
    2. Identify the challenges and benefits associated with these media and technology use and map them onto their time-line.
    3. Evaluate – How your technology practices are helping you to balance your personal well-being.

Note

Bring your book review booklet, kindness challenge booklet and well-being log.

G5 Coalition – Homework for 8th August, 2017

G5 Coalition – Homework for 8th August, 2017

Homework

Maths: Bring 2 examples each of ‘Quantitative Data’ and ‘Qualitative Data’ from a newspaper/magazine of your choice.

Language: Answer question no. 4,6 and 7 from the chapter ‘Zoo files’ (page no. 77-78 of EE reference book) in your language notebook.

UOI: Bring the required resources/displays for well-being mela tomorrow. Also prepare well for the presentation.

G5 Coalition – Homework for 29th July, 2017

G5 Coalition – Homework for 29th July, 2017

Homework

Mixed Bag:

Math

  1. Sona bought 1/4 kg of strawberries. That afternoon, Sona’s sister ate 1/3 of those strawberries. How many kg of strawberries did Sona’s sister eat?
  2. A cookie factory uses 1/8 bag of flour for one batch of cookies. The factory used 1/2 bag of flour yesterday. How many batches of cookies did the factory make?
  3. Mother bought 3 1/6 kg of sugar. She used 2 1/4 kg while baking cookies. How much sugar did she have left?
  4. Nancy spent 1 ½ hours gardening and 1 ⅓ hours practising karate. How much total time did she spend on all of her activities?
  5. I order 3 3/4 cup of a milkshake at a cafe. I want to share it equally amongst 3 people. How many cups of milkshake will each person get?
  6. Students of grade 5 are serving ice-cream at a fair. Each serving size is 2/4 cups. How many people can they serve is they have 5 2/4 cups ice cream?

Language

One word- many meanings

Make sentences with these words to express their meanings: (1 sentence for each meaning )

Jam: –

  • Jam means a sweet paste made out of fruit. It is also called jelly.
  • The verb jam means to put something into a space that is too small for it. For example, you would jam a week’s worth of clothes into a small backpack.
  • A traffic jam is when the cars on the road are very slow or stopped

Squash: –

  • The word squash refers to a family of vegetables that have hard exterior shells, and we eat the inside part.
  • Squash is also an indoor sport played with rackets and a ball.
  • Finally, the verb squash means to crush something (compress/destroy it with pressure). You would squash a spider if you saw it crawling across your kitchen floor. If you put something heavy on top of your bread when loading your grocery bags, the bread would get squashed.

 

Bolt: –

  • A bolt is a type of metal fastener.
  • The word bolt is also used for a single ray of lightning (a lightning bolt).
  • Finally, bolt is a verb meaning to run extremely fast.

Source: https://www.espressoenglish.net/15-english-vocabulary-words-with-multiple-meanings/

G5 Coalition – Homework for 25th July, 2017

G5 Coalition – Homework for 25th July, 2017

Homework

Solve the following in your Math notebook:

  1. Jenny has 2 kg almonds.
    1. If she puts 2 kg in each bag, how many bags can she make?
    2. If she puts 1 kg in each bag, how many bags can she make?
    3. If she puts 1/2 kg in each bag, how many bags can she make?
    4. If she puts 1/4 kg in each bag, how many bags can she make?
  2. Anita has 4 kg of banana wafers.
    1. If she puts 4 kg in each bag, how many bags can she make?
    2. If she puts 2 kg in each bag, how many bags can she make?
    3. If she puts 1/2 kg in each bag, how many bags can she make?
    4. If she puts 1/4 kg in each bag, how many bags can she make?
G5 Coalition – Homework for 21st July, 2017

G5 Coalition – Homework for 21st July, 2017

Homework

Complete the math worksheet shared in class.

Complete the weekend task for Week-1 in the LWE Reference Book.

Complete the Mixed Bag_Cycle 5 in the mixed bag notebook.

Fill the details in the Well-Being log for the dates – 21, 22 and 23 July.

Note

Congratulation to the Star of the Week – Kavya Shah and Nandan Contractor

 

 

Grade 5 Coalition – Highlight and Homework for 20th July, 2017

Grade 5 Coalition – Highlight and Homework for 20th July, 2017

[Highlight Of The Day]

Formative Assessment for multiplication of fraction was taken.

Students identified the main idea for the chapter – The Snail Saga from Empowering English reference book.

Students self-evaluated their lifestyle through the details filled in the well-being log and created an action plan for the changes they need to bring about.

Homework

Complete the Math worksheet shared with you in class.

Discuss the action plan created in the log with parents.