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Dictation words

Dictation words

Dictation words for this week :

Causation
Change
connection
form
perspective
responsibility
reflective
function
interpretation
organization
can’t
matter
square
syllables
perhaps
bill
felt
suddenly
test
direction
centre
farmers
ready
anything
divided
general
energy
subject
Europe
moon
region
return
believe
dance
members

Happy reading 🙂

Regards,

Ekta Bathija

Highlights and homework – 21st June 2018

Highlights and homework – 21st June 2018

Day 1, Thursday.

Dear Parents,

Star of the day: Ipsita Pansari and Mayaan Shah 🙂

Highlights:

Language: Pre-assessment was conducted.

Homework:

Math:

Solve the following :

1. What is 2 hours 15 minutes added to 4 hours 15 minutes?

2. What is 5 hours 5 minutes subtracted from 7 hours 20 minutes?

3. What is 6 hours 40 minutes added to 3 hours 35 minutes?

4. What is 6 hours 25 minutes subtracted from 9 hours 15 minutes?

 

Regards,

Manjeetkaur Khalsa

 

 

Highlights and homework – 19th June 2018

Highlights and homework – 19th June 2018

Star of the day – Anshul Agarwal and Swara Patel

[Highlight Of The Day]

Students presented their understanding regarding the key concepts through role play,  poster, debate etc

Homework

Language

Write 5 simile sentence describing the following:

Exampler: My uniform was a neat as an unused paper.

My first day was as ________________.

My teacher was _________________.

I was ______________________

My friend was ______________________.

My class room________________________.

Regards,

Manjeetkaur Khalsa

 

Homework – 6th April 2018

Homework – 6th April 2018

Homework

 

Language

Read the following poem and answer the questions in your language writing notebook:

The Troll

“Stay right away from the forest.’ they say;

“The troll will catch you for sure.

He lurks near the lake,

He skulls in the shrubs

And he hides in the hollows of trees.”

 

If he catches you, you will be sorry, ’they say;

“ Boys and girls are his favorite lunch,

He thinks toes are tasty

Hair is like honey

And nose just so nice to nibble.”

 

They say anything to keep children away

From my den deep in the woods

Where I eat luscious leaves,

Bright berries, sour seeds

And fresh fruits from the trificka tree.

 

I just can’t believe they think I eat kids,

Why would I want to do that?

I’d love to meet one

For a chinwag and chat-

A friend for a lonely old troll.

 

Stay right away from the forest,” they say;

“The troll’s so ugly you’d faint.

He is nothing like us-

Just leave him alone

Some things don’t deserve to be loud.”

 

A- Choose the correct answer

1- Where does the troll live?

A- far from the forest

B- near the forest

C- in the forest

D- in the lake

 

2- “They” believe that troll hides __________.

A- in the hollows of trees

B- on treetops

C- in the lake

D- in the park

 

3- ‘They’ say that troll is ____________.

A- young

B- ugly

C- lovable

D- friendly

 

4- What do you think ‘chinwag’ is

1- tasty toes

2- children’s noses

3- fresh fruit

4- a friend

 

B- Answer the questions

1- Why do ‘they’ warn children to stay away from the forest?

2- The word ‘lurk’ means to move in a way so as not to be seen. Which other word in the poem has a similar meaning?

3- What do you think ’they’ refers to in the poem?

4- How would you feel about what ‘they’ say about you if you were the troll ? why?

 

C- Fill in the missing information.

 

What ‘they’ say What the troll says
What the troll is nasty
What the troll eats children
What children should do Stay away from him

 

Adopted from Scholastic Step up comprehension skills.

Regards,

Manjeetkaur Khalsa

Dictation words

Dictation words

Dictation words for this week:

produce
produces
produced
producing
producer
product
buyer
consumer
seller
manufacture
retailer
wholesaler
distribution
demand
supply
exchange
customer
goods
services
tangible
intangible

 

Happy reading 🙂

 

Homework 16th March 2018

Homework 16th March 2018

Homework

 

Math:

Students have to write tables from 5 to 15 for two times either in their notebooks or on an a4 sheet of paper.

 

Dictation words :

remove
detach
unfasten
separate
withdraw
abolish
eliminate
cut
split
break
chop
lop
hew
divide
blend
mingle
combine
jumble
merge
stir
cover
protect
shield
engulf
enclose
tuck

 

Have a fabulous weekend!

 

Regards,

Manjeetkaur Khalsa