Star of the day: Nirmay Parmar and Oviya Jain 🙂
Students wrote descriptive passages focusing on physical appearance of a person/character.
Students practised finding the perimeter of the given geometric figures using an isometric sheet.
Students have to solve the following in their Math notebook:
a) 2cm 10 mm = ? mm
b) Add 18 m 65 cm and 22 m 95 cm
c) Subtract 6 m 70 cm from 8 m 12 cm
d) Subtract 1 km 500 m 90 cm from 4 km 300 m 40 cm
e) A sack of rice weighs 1467 g and a shopkeeper added 250 g more rice to it. What is the total quantity of rice available with the shopkeeper? Later, he sold 340g rice to a customer. How much rice is left with him now?
f) The maximum capacity of the water filter is 4 l. If 2 l 700 ml of water is already there in the filter, how much more water can the filter hold?
g) Mamta drinks 4 l water every day. On a specific day, she drank 378 ml more water. What is the total volume of water she drank on that day? Give your answer in ml.
h) A shampoo bottle contains 500 ml of shampoo in it. What is the volume of shampoo in 12 such bottles?
a) Students have to write in their notebook where do they need ‘Perimeter’ in their real life.
b) Find the perimeter of your Math homework notebook.
Read the following descriptive passages and draw the scene.
- Mary is as beautiful as a Hollywood star. Her thick, wavy, long black hair gracefully falls down to her shoulders and encircles her diamond-shaped face. A golden suntan usually brings out her smooth, clear complexion and high cheekbones. Her slightly arched chestnut brown eyebrows highlight her emotions by moving up and down as she reacts to her world around her. Her large deep blue eyes, remind me of a lake on a stormy day. Her curved nose gives her a little girl look that makes me want to smile when she talks. And her mouth is a small mouth outlined by puffy lips that she often accentuates with glossy pink lipstick. When she smiles, which is often, her well formed and even, white teeth brighten up her whole face. I guess you can tell that I am head over heels in love with Mary.
2. THE ROOM WAS FULL of guests, dripping in expensive jewels, wearing the brightly coloured fabrics this region of Ras el-Kida was known for. Dusky pinks, turquoise, purple and vibrant blue, and from the corner of the ornately decorated space, beautiful guitar music was filling the ‘golden room’ of the palace – so called because every wall was covered in gold paper, the floor was tiled in gold and the chandeliers had been cast of gold and bronze, with diamonds inlaid in the centre of each. Even without the glittering attendees, this room was spectacular, but now, it was like a living, thriving river of stars.