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Highlights of the day 12-10-18

Highlights of the day 12-10-18

Day 5

Language

  • Chapter 12  – ‘Do as you please’ from the reader ‘The Magic Faraway Tree’ was read using Popcorn Strategy. The difficult words of the chapter were discussed.
  • Learners drew story ladder to show these adventures children have in the land.

Homework

UOI

Watch the video link.

Language and Math

Complete the worksheets as discussed in class.

 

Enjoy your weekend.

 

Highlights of the day 11-10-18

Highlights of the day 11-10-18

Day 3

Math

  • Students solved 6-digit addition and subtraction word problems.

Language

  • Articles related to threats to the environment were read in groups.
  • Dictation was conducted.

Homework

Math

Solve the following word problems:

1. A Camlin company is hosting a drawing competition. So far 3,68,797 children have filled the form from India and 5,20,346 children have filled the form from other countries. What is the total number of children who have filled the form?

2. Samrat’s car broke and he used Rs 1,50,000 from his savings to have it repaired. After that, he had Rs 6,29,800 left in his savings. Calculate the amount he had in his savings before his car broke?

3. Before November, the total sales of a garment shop have been Rs. 2,74,132. Because of the festive season in November, the sales of the same garment shop increased to Rs. 4,67,342. Find the increase in the sales due to the festive season.

4. A crayon company recently changed its labels. It currently has 7,00,311 crayons with the old label and 2,24,705 crayons with the new label. About how many crayons does the company have in stock?

5. There are 6,01,480 picture books in the library. On Monday 1,23,033 are taken out and on Tuesday 3,73,212 are taken out. How many picture books are left?

UOI

Parents: If you’ve ever traveled away from your home, talk to your kids about a different location’s climate and weather. Discuss why some places are popular destinations for summer or winter vacations. Have you ever made a decision about whether to travel to a location based on its climate? Also, talk about how the climate might affect how you live or what you do for a living.

Highlights of the day 9-10-18

Highlights of the day 9-10-18

Day 1

UOI

  • Learners learned about human settlement and factors affecting settlement.

Homework

Math

Solve the following word problems:

1) 9,500 ml of petrol was filled in the car and 7,545 ml of petrol was used in a month. How much petrol is left in the car?

2) At a party, Raj drank 200 ml of lemonade, 450 ml of cola and 300 ml of orange juice. How much did Raj drink altogether?

3) I bought 3 cartons of milk. Each carton held 25 ml of milk. How much milk did I buy in all?

4) Meena, Diva and Karan weigh 30 kg, 25 kg, and 20 kg respectively. Find their total weight.

5) Jack produced 300 kg of rice in one field and 250 kg of rice in another field. How much more rice was produced in the first field?

Highlights of the day 4-10-18

Highlights of the day 4-10-18

Day 4

Math

Students enhanced their understanding of measuring weight and capacity through hands-on activities and solved real-life problems.

Homework

Math

1. Aryan bought an acoustic guitar for Rs. 2,36,500 and a stage piano keyboard for Rs. 4,74,369 for his band. How much money did he spend?

2. Tele Tech Worldwide, a call center received 3,52,801 calls on Monday and 5,81,423 calls on Tuesday. How many calls did they receive on Monday & Tuesday altogether?

3. During World War II, America produced 3,00,000 aircrafts. Out of which only 1,76,790 aircraft were used. How many aircraft were left unused?

4. Which is the heaviest mammal – Asian elephant or African elephant? The approximate weight of an Asian elephant is 1,01,950 Kg and that of an African elephant is 1,30,220 Kg. What is the difference between the weight of both?

Challenging question

In the year 2014, almost 8,35,478 participants took part in the New York City Marathon. The race had 50,386 finishers. How many participants were unable to complete the marathon?

Highlights of the day 3-10-18

Highlights of the day 3-10-18

Day 3

Language

  • Learners drew the dream in the form of a road and placed on it milestones which show all the incidents (adventures) that took place in chapter 9 and chapter 10.
  • The 11th chapter – Up The Tree Again was read from the Reader ‘The Magic Faraway Tree’.
  • Dictation was conducted.

Life class

Bullying and its effect were discussed as a class where students enacted different situations to emphasize “Avoid Bullying.”

Highlights of the day 28-09-18

Highlights of the day 28-09-18

Day 1

Math

  • Teacher role modelled the Lever lift activity where learners investigated to know the effect of a moving fulcrum on the amount of effort required in lifting objects.
  • Learners were tuned with the word ‘Capacity’ and the standard units of measurement for capacity – litre and millilitre were introduced.

Language

  • Chapter 10 – A Few More Adventures from the reader ‘The Magic Faraway Tree’ was read using Popcorn Strategy. The difficult words of the chapter were discussed.
  • Dictation was conducted.

Homework

Language

  • Read Chapter 10 – A Few More Adventures from the reader ‘The Magic Faraway Tree’ and underline the adventures in sequence by giving no. 1, 2, 3…
  • Complete the given language and math worksheets.
Highlights of the day 27-09-18

Highlights of the day 27-09-18

Day 6

Language

Chapter 9 – ‘The Land of Dreams’ from the reader – The Magic Faraway Tree was read. The learners were then asked to create their own poems following the pattern used in the chapter.

UOI

Read aloud of the book ‘Weather’ was done. The students understood the difference between Weather and Climate.

Homework

Math

The population of City A


Year             Population
2011             3,25,499
2012            5,37,500
2013            6,45,676
2014            5,34,570
2015            5,37,729
2016            6,44,676

Study the table carefully and answer the questions that follow:

a) What is the population of the City A in the Year 2012 and 2014? Write the numbers with their number names.
b) Arrange the population of City A from lowest to highest number.
c) Write the expanded form of the population of the City A in the Year 2011 and 2015.
d) Compare the population of the City A in the year 2013 with its population in the year 2016. Do you find any growth in population? Yes\No.
e) Compare the population of the City A in the year 2014 with its population in the year 2015. Do you find any growth in population? Yes\No.
f) Write the population of the City A in the year 2014 and do skip count by 7 (up to 4 places).
g) Write the succeeding number of the population of the City A in the year 2011.
h) Write the preceding number of the population of the City A in the year 2012.
i) Write a set of 10 numbers in sequence beginning with the number of population of City A during the Year 2014.

UOI

Watch the video link.

Reminder – Book retell will be held on 1st October.

Happy Reading 🙂