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Diwali wishes !!

Diwali wishes !!

Dear students,

Diwali is a festival of lights and celebrations…a time to get together with friends and family and celebrate the victory of good over evil. Diwali is the time to offer your prayers to Lord Ganesha and Maa lakshmi for peace, prosperity and wealth in your life.
May you celebrate the joy of Diwali with sparkling fireworks of imagination and collecting wealth of love and peace.

See you all after the break . Will miss all of you

Regards,

Katy Desai & Neha Girnara

Diwali vacation !!

Diwali vacation !!

Dear students,

Diwali is a festival of lights and celebrations…a time to get together with friends and family and celebrate the victory of good over evil. Diwali is the time to offer your prayers to Lord Ganesha and Maa lakshmi for peace, prosperity and wealth in your life.
May you celebrate the joy of Diwali with sparkling fireworks of imagination and collecting wealth of love and peace.

See you all after the break . Will miss all of you

Regards,

Katy Desai & Neha Girnara

Homework: 6 October, 2017

Homework: 6 October, 2017

Homework

  • Mixed bag Cycle 14 :

Math: Answer the questions in the google form which is shared through the mail.

Language : Do as Directed in your mixed bag notebook

(Copy the sentences with the correct answer)

 

  • Choose the correct homophone from the brackets to complete each sentence:

 

  1. The train leaves in one ___________. (our/hour)
  2. I will ______________ you by the station. (meat/meet)
  3. Can you ________ the tickets? (buy/by)
  4. Make sure you get the ___________ ones. (right/write)
  5. I  ____________ which tickets to get! (no/know)
  6. Sorry! I’m just _____ excited. (so/sow)
  7. I can ___________ how excited you are! (hear/here)
  8. ______ you there! (See/Sea)
  • Which part of speech (noun/adjective/verb) is each homonym in bold?
  1. I was trying to mend a watch and the spring fell out.
  2. There are some antelopes that spring as they run.
  3. You can’t park the car there.
  4. Play in the park where it is safe.
  5. He helped the poor woman.
  6. He gave money to the poor.

NOTE: HOMONYMS are words that sound alike but have different meanings. Homophones are a type of homonym that also sound alike and have different meanings, but have different spellings.

Source: Nelson Grammar

  • Come prepared for the first round of Literary Event of Elocution.
  • You have to compulsory fill the form which are shared to you by your classmates. (Math SA)

Note: Parents this is a gentle reminder to sign up on Seesaw.

Homework: 28 September, 2017

Homework: 28 September, 2017

Homework:

Language:  Choose a topic for elocution and start writing the speech. Prepare keeping the public speaking criteria in mind as discussed in class.

Math: BODMAS
1. ( 9 +43 – 4 ) ÷ 24 + 6
2. (16 – 7 ) x ( 9 – 3 ) +10
3. (9 +44 – 5 ) ÷( 9 – 7 )


Put the brackets in the questions given below :
1. 12 + 2 ÷ 7 + 1 = 3
2. 9 x 4 x 10 – 10 + 5 = 275
3. 8 +46 – 6 ÷ 1 + 3 = 12

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Homework for 26th September, 2017

Homework for 26th September, 2017

Homework:

Data Handling workbook. (pages discussed in class)

Seesaw  :

Upload two pieces (fractions and data handling) along with comments in the MATH folder created in SEESAW.

UOI: Research on the ecosystem chosen and come prepared for the presentation. (30 minutes to research on Chromebook)

Note: Kindly acknowledge the Formative assessment book by signing it and bring it tomorrow.

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Homework: 22 September, 2017

Homework: 22 September, 2017

Homework:

Mixed bag of cycle 12 is attached below. Kindly do in your mixed bag notebook.

Mixed Bag Cycle 12

UOI: Find pictures of different variety of ecosystem and paste on an A4 sheet. Identify the biotic and abiotic factors that you see and note them down in the sheet.

 

Note: Next ‘Book review’ session will be held on 28th September. Gear up readers and complete reading 2 books for this month.

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