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Highlights & Homework of the day 18th Sep 2018

Highlights & Homework of the day 18th Sep 2018

Day 6 Tuesday

Language:

The 8th chapter – How can they escape? from the Reader ‘The Magic Faraway Tree’ was read to the students followed by students reading it using Popcorn strategy.

Unit of Inquiry:

The central idea of the unit was discussed with the students.

Homework: Complete the below Math homework which was given yesterday.

Math: 
A. Read the following numbers and write number name along with a succeeding and preceding number.
a) 4,72,048 b) 8,43,980 c) 5,17,456 d) 2,82,445

B. The estimated cost of renovating my room is Rs. 8,99,999. Write the successor and predecessor of the given number.
C. The total number of non-fiction books in our school library is 3,54,909. Write the successor and predecessor of the given number.

D. Add:
a) 32,973 + 51,408 b) 23,579 + 64,900 c) 37,008 + 8,547

E. Subtract:
a) 82,031 – 55,142 b) 90,006 – 38,279 c) 40,900 – 28,929

Have a good day!

Highlights & Homework of the day 14th Sep 2018

Highlights & Homework of the day 14th Sep 2018

Day 4 Friday

Math:

  • Place Value of Lakhs was introduced to learners using Flash cards.

Unit of Inquiry:

  • Learners were tuned into the new unit through exploratory tables.

Language: 

  • The retelling of the book was conducted.

Homework:

  • Solve the given Math & Language worksheets.
  • Complete Language with ease till Week 6 Day 3.
  • Refer the below link for Math Homework.

Math HW 14th sep

Have a wonderful weekend!

Highlights of the day 12th Sep 2018

Highlights of the day 12th Sep 2018

Day 3 Wednesday

Math:

  • An activity to make learners understand how steepness affects the speed. They also understood about the different units of measurement – length/height/distance.
  • Students solved different real life problems on measurement.

Language:

  • Dictation was conducted.

Please refer the common blog for Hindi & Gujarati homework.

Have a joyous Ganesh Chaturthi!

 

Highlights & Homework of the day 11th Sep 2018

Highlights & Homework of the day 11th Sep 2018

Day 2 Tuesday

Math:  

  • Re-do of Formative Assessment was done.

Unit of Inquiry:

  • End of unit reflection was conducted.

Language: 

  • The retelling of the book was conducted.

Homework:

Math:

Solve the following sums:

a) 83,002 – 41,255                    b) 12,300 – 5,489

c) 70,622 – 63,887                    d) 23,090 – 13,779

e) 99,000 – 89,999                   f) 50,600 – 25,432

Language:

  • Write 5-7 sentences on the topic ‘My School’ using adverbs.

Have a good day!

Highlights & Homework of the day 6th Sep 2018

Highlights & Homework of the day 6th Sep 2018

Day 6 Thursday

UOI: Summative assessment of the unit was conducted.

Homework:

Language:

  • Complete the given mixed bag worksheet of Language.
  • Write 5 sentences on the topic ‘Myself’ using adverbs.

Math:

  • Complete the given mixed bag worksheet of Math.
  • Solve the following word problem also write the answer in number name:
  1. In a huge coconut grove there were 12,791 coconut tress. The next year 22,987 trees were planted. The following year they planted 33,426 more. How many coconut tress were there at the end of the third year, if no tree died?
  2. There are Rs 28,785 in Tanishka’s account. She deposited Rs 65,453 in her account . What is total amount of rupees in her account?
  3. Jahan finished solving his animal puzzle at 4.45 pm. He took 2 hour 20 minutes to solve this. At what time did he start solving the puzzle?
  4. By how much is 55,678 more than 22,387?

Challenging:

a). A number is less than 8,090 by 1,897. What is the number ?

Happy Holidays 🙂 

 

Highlights & Homework of the day 4th Sep 2018

Highlights & Homework of the day 4th Sep 2018

Day 4 Tuesday

Math:

  • The students were taken to the Bridge area and were instructed to work in pairs. They were engaged in an activity ‘How Far Can You Go?’ to better conceptualize length units.

           Further discussions in the class helped students understand that distances can also be                  

           measured using the standard unit. They also understood that 100 cm = 1 m

Language:

  • Students understood that giving a good title to a piece of writing is an important skill and the best way to choose a title is to connect it to the key idea through an activity. Students along with the teacher practiced the skill in the class.
  • The 7th chapter – Mr.Change – About and the Enchanter from the Reader ‘The Magic Faraway Tree’ was read to the students followed by students reading it using Popcorn strategy.

UOI:

  • Formative assessment was conducted.

Homework:

Language:

  • Read the passages given in chapter 13 – Key Idea Titles of Empowering English carefully, identify the key idea in each passage and give suitable title.

Math:

Solve the following word problems:

1. A monument is made up of combined total of 90,088 sandstone and limestone blocks. If 22,441 limestone blocks are used in the monument, how many sandstone blocks are used?
2. A Sports Supply Store supplies loose golf balls in two colours – white and yellow. The total number of golf balls in the stock is 98,966. If they currently have 48,151 white golf balls. Find how many yellow balls are there in the stock?
3. A food company surveyed its customers. They found 63,294 preferred the old apple muffins, while 3,664 preferred the new banana ones. How many customers responded to the survey?

Have a good day!

Highlights & Homework of the day 30th Aug 2018

Highlights & Homework of the day 30th Aug 2018

Day 1 Thursday

Language: 

  • The 6th chapter – What can they do now? was read from the Reader ‘The Magic Faraway Tree’. The students tried to guess the meaning of the difficult words from the context.

Homework:

Math:

  • Solve the given worksheet.
  • Solve the following sums in your Math homework notebook

a) 83,450 – 76,523

b) 40,514 – 35,952

c) 63,220 – 55,852

d) 90,000 – 74,584

Language:

  • Solve the given worksheet.
  • Frame sentences using the below verbs with appropriate adverb
  1. walk
  2. choose
  3. read
  4. shout
  5. sit

Have a good day!

 

 

Highlights & Homework of the day 28th Aug 2018

Highlights & Homework of the day 28th Aug 2018

Day 5 Tuesday

Math:

  • Students explored Measurement through an activity.

ICT:

  • Students explored online books on Simple Machines through Get Epic.

UOI:

  • Formative assessment was conducted.

Homework:

Math: Measure the length and width of your tiffin box, pencil-box, your favorite story-book, a photo-frame and T.V. remote and write it in your notebook.

Language: Frame sentences using the below adverbs

  1. heartily
  2. gracefully
  3. certainly
  4. roughly
  5. suddenly

Have a good day!

Highlights & Homework of the day 24th Aug 2018

Highlights & Homework of the day 24th Aug 2018

Day 3 Friday

Math:

  • The students were tuned into the new unit on ‘Measurement’ through an example and classroom discussion. The students also reflected on their prior knowledge and understood the importance of using standard units of measurement.

Unit of Inquiry:

  • Students visited School gym and Jungle gym to observe machines.

Homework:

Complete the language and math worksheets.

Enjoy the weekend!