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Grade 5 Reciprocity

Grade 5 Reciprocity

Homework

Math

Write/illustrate 10 examples of data that you see in your surroundings in your maths notebook. (be it school, home or outside). Classify those examples into qualitative and quantitative data.

Mixed bag Homework:

Open the link below and solve it in the Mixed bag NB.

Mixed Bag Cycle 8

Learn dictation words with their  meanings

Keep reading and have a great weekend !!

Grade 5 Reciprocity

Grade 5 Reciprocity

[Highlight Of The Day]

Language: Summative Assessment was conducted.

UOI: 1st session of orientation towards Bring Your Own Chromebook (BYOC) was conducted.

Homework

[Unit Of Inquiry]

Do the following in your UOI notebook:

Step 1:- Draw a daily, weekly or monthly timeline and map your media and technology use onto this timeline. (For example: mobile phones, television, I-pad, Video games, newspapers and so on).

Step 2:- Identify the challenges and opportunities associated with these media and technology use and map them onto their timeline.

Step 3:- Evaluate – How your technology practices are helping you to balance your personal well-being.

Math

Bring 3 examples of data from any newspaper.

Grade 5 Reciprocity

Grade 5 Reciprocity

Homework

Math

Solve the following in your math notebook:

  1. A pitcher contains 2 ¾ litre of orange juice. If you pour ⅝ of the juice in a glass, how much juice do you have left in the pitcher?
  2. Deepa just turned 18 years old. She spent 4/9 of her life living in USA. How many years did Deepa live in USA?
  3. Tina eats one fourths of her pie and gives the rest to her three best friends for them to share equally. What portion of the whole pie does each friend get?
  4. I bought 2 ½ litre of milk to make rabdi. Instead, I only used 2/4 litre of milk. How much milk do I have left?
Grade 5 Reciprocity

Grade 5 Reciprocity

Homework

Language

Answer question nos.1, 2, 3, 4,5, 6 and 7 discussed today in your EE notebook. (EE book, pg – 20,21)

Math

Solve in your Math NB:

Arjun bought 6 litres of coca cola’. Answer the following questions:

a. If Arjun fills 6 litres in each can, how many cans can he fill?

b. If he fills 1 litres in each can, how many cans can he fill?

c. If he fills 2 litres in each can, how many cans can he fill?

d. If he fills 1/2 litres in each can, how many cans can he fill?

e. If he fills 1/6 litres in each can, how many cans can he fill?

f. If he fills 1/3 in each can, how many cans can he fill?

Reminder: Fill the Well-being log and Kindness challenge up to Day 14

Grade 5 Reciprocity

Grade 5 Reciprocity

Homework

Math

Solve the following Word Problems:

  1. Mary had 3/5 pan of brownie. She sent 1/3 of the brownie to school. What fraction of the whole pan did she send to school?
  2. One thirds of ⅖ box of cookies = _____ box of cookies.
  3. 3/4 of Bunty’s garden is planted in vegetables. Carrots are planted in 1/2 of his vegetable section of the garden. How much of Bunty’s garden is planted in carrots?
  4. Mr. Naik uses 3/5 of the journal sheets in class for math assignment. Half of the remaining journal sheets are given to students for homework. What fraction of all the journal sheets is given to students for homework?
  5. Three fifths of the students in grade 5 are girls. One thirds of the girls have brown eyes. One half of the boys have brown eyes. What fraction of all the students are girls with brown eyes?

Mixed Bag Cycle 5

Language:

Change the degree of comparison without changing the meaning and underline the words that show comparison.

Example:

  1.  Malacca is the oldest town in Malaysia. (Change to positive and comparative)

Positive –No other town in Malaysia is as old as Malacca.

Comparative- Malacca is older than any other town in Malaysia.

  1.    Peter is cleverer than any other boy in the class. (Change to positive and superlative)
  2.    Jupiter is the biggest of all planets. (Change to comparative and positive)
  3.    Very few boys are as industrious as John. (Change to comparative and superlative)
  4.    India is the largest democracy in the world. (Change to comparative and positive )
  5.    Shakespeare was greater than any other playwright. (Change to positive and superlative )
  6.    Asoka was one of the greatest Indian kings. ( Change to positive and comparative)
  7.    Greenland is the largest island in the world. (Change to positive and comparative)
  8.    Lead is heavier than any other metal. (Change to positive and superlative)
  9.   Very few animals are as useful as the cow. ( Change to comparative and superlative)

Source: https://www.englishpractice.com

Math:

  1. Solve the following:
    1. 5 ⅔ + 6 3/9
    2. 5 2/8 – 4 2/3
    3. 7 3/7 – 2 7/8
  2. Multiply the following:
    1. 3/9 X 1/9  
    2. 3/12  X 6/12
    3. 2/8 X 4
  3. Anil says 5 ¾ + 2 ¼ = 7 ½ because 7 4/8 = 7 ½ . Identify his mistake.
  4. Harsha says that to add fractions with different denominators, you always have to multiply the denominators to find the common unit; for example:

                ¼ + ⅙ = 6/24 + 4/24

           Show Harsha how she could have chosen a denominator smaller than 24, and solve the problem.

      5. Jasmine brought ¾ litre of iced tea to the party. Bimal brought ⅞ litre of iced tea to the same party. Who brought more iced tea and by what fraction?

      6. Rita and Kavita made a bowl of lemonade each. Kavita used 5 times more lemon juice than Rita. Rita used ⅘   cup of lemon juice. How many cups of lemon juice did Kavita use?

Source: Engage NY

[Unit Of Inquiry]

Brainstorm ideas for ‘Well-being Mela’ according to your assigned aspect. You can be as creative as you can for demonstrating your aspect.

Reminder: Fill in your Well being log and Kindness log.