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Grade 5 Coalition

Grade 5 Coalition

Math

  • Solve the following in your math notebook (Kindly write all the statements):

1) It snowed 0.6 inches on Monday and 0.7 inches on Tuesday. How much did it snow on Monday and Tuesday combined?

2) A construction company bought 4.44 tons of gravel and 1.19 tons of sand. How many tons of material did the company buy in all?

3) Supriya bought two rolls of tape. The first roll had 7.49 meters of tape and the second roll had 8.88 meters of tape. How many meters of tape did Supriya buy in all?

  • Complete the page no. 8, 9, 10 and 11 from decimal workbook

Mixed Bag

Solve the Cycle – 19 Mixed Bag in your mixed bag notebook.

Grade 5 Reciprocity

Grade 5 Reciprocity

[Unit Of Inquiry]

Write the reflection of the “Making of Lagaan” in the graphic organizer explained to you in class. The format of the same has been shared with you through mail.

Math

Solve the following in your math notebook (Kindly write all the statements):

1) It snowed 0.6 inches on Monday and 0.7 inches on Tuesday. How much did it snow on Monday and Tuesday combined?

2) A construction company bought 4.44 tons of gravel and 1.19 tons of sand. How many tons of material did the company buy in all?

3) Supriya bought two rolls of tape. The first roll had 7.49 meters of tape and the second roll had 8.88 meters of tape. How many meters of tape did Supriya buy in all?

Mixed Bag

Solve the Cycle – 19 Mixed Bag in your mixed bag notebook.

Note:

The 1st book review session for the month of December will be taken up on 19th December.

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Grade 5 Reciprocity

Grade 5 Reciprocity

[Highlight Of The Day]

Math – Learners constructed meaning for the concept of ‘Rounding off decimals’, and followed by transferring meaning into symbols by practicing the same of different numbers.

FA – Language FA was conducted.

Math

  • Complete addition and subtraction sums on Pg. 7 and 8, and rounding off decimals on Pg. 12 from your Decimal workbook.
  • Also, complete the math classwork, if pending.

Typing Practise :Practise typing daily for 10 minutes. https://www.typingclub.com/

Grade 5 Reciprocity

Grade 5 Reciprocity

Language

Summative assessment of the poetry unit was conducted.

Math

In the earlier class, student understood the concept of adding and subtracting decimals using Ganit mala and graph. Today, they used their understanding to solve the numerical sums of the same in their math notebook.

[Unit Of Inquiry]

Learning engagement in the form of activity – concept mat was conducted to tune in the students to the key concepts of the on going unit.

Homework

Math:

  • Watch the following video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WP_f4EXp-Mg (2 minutes)
  • Solve the following sums in your math notebook:
  1. 0.6+3.2
  2. 6.77 – 5
  3. 0.62+0.32
  4. 14.128 – 8.02
  5. 32.6 – 2.32
  6. 4.0 – 1.8
  7. 5.4+6.8
  8. 7.58-2.9
  9. 2.712+6
  10. 4 – 0.004
  • Solve the following conversion sums in your math notebook: (Show all the steps)
  1. 746 cm = ________ m
  2. 569 mm = ________ cm
  3. 3040 ml = _______ L
  4. 8900 g = ________ Kg
  5. 1.6 L = _______ ml

Note: Get the formative assessment book signed by the parents

 

Grade 5 Reciprocity

Grade 5 Reciprocity

[Highlight Of The Day]

Language

Today the students revised the concept of poetry through learning centers of listening, speaking, reading and writing in class.

Math

Students practiced the concept of conversion in metric system by solving few sums in the math notebook.

They also learnt to add decimals using graph paper.

Homework

  1. Complete the weekend home task from the book Language With Ease Page no. 49.
  2. Solve Mixed bag – Cycle 18.2 in your mixed bag notebook. (Attach the graph paper in the book itself)
Grade 5 Reciprocity

Grade 5 Reciprocity

Math

Solve the following in the math NB.

Arrange the decimals in ascending order:
a) 6.02; 3.02; 5.02
b) 7.003; 7.3; 7.03
c) 0.9; 0.92; 0.09
d) 2.04; 2.4; 2.404
e) 0.13, 0.2, 0.357

Arrange the decimals in descending order:
a) 2.8; 2.08; 2.801
b) 0.3; 0.35; 0.305
c) 0.7; 0.72; 0.702
d) 0.404; 0.4; 0.44
e) 0.38; 0.308; 0.3