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PTC Slots

PTC Slots

Dear Parents,
Kindly refer to the table below indicating the slots booked by you for PTC i.e. on 25th April. Your participation and support are crucial in order to help us lead your child to the path of success. Thus, please ensure your presence for the PTC. You are requested to go through the detailed reports shared by me and come to the PTC. Kindly go through the portfolio in which summative assessment tasks are shared with you.

Note: Consider the following as the final slots. No further changes can be made. Each slot will be for 20 minutes (15 minutes discussion and 5 minutes transition time). You are requested to adhere to the time allotted to you.
Slots Name Start Time End Time
1 Ananya 7:30 7:45
2 Hiwa 7:50 8:05
3 Hriya 8:10 8:25
Break 8:25 8:40
4 Garv 8:45 9:00
5 Diya 9:05 9:20
6 Kunjjan 9:25 9:40
7 Shreyan 9:45 10:00
8 Vedant 10:05 10:20
9 Kanay 10:25 10:40
10 Priyanshi 10:45 11:00
11 Arjun 11:05 11:20
12 Kavya 11:25 11:40
13 Aarav 11:45 12:00
Lunch 12:05 12:35
14 Dhanvin 12:35 12:50
15 Dhruvi 12:55 13:10
16 Frwin 13:15 13:30
17 Pal 13:35 13:50
18 Ipsita 13:55 14:10
19 Aum 14:15 14:30
Highlights and homework of the day – Day 2

Highlights and homework of the day – Day 2

Language:

  • Read aloud was done.
  • Students issued library books and reading booklet is given for the same.

UOI:

  • Students were explained the Summative task and assessment criteria in detail.

Homework:

  • Math: Solve the given worksheet.
  • UOI: Complete the Summative assessment task. (Refer the blog posted on 10th April.)

Note: The students of Grade 4 have organized a Business Fair in the school on 16th April. The students will be visiting the business fair. Hence, they can bring maximum Rs.100 on the day if they choose to purchase anything.

Regards,

Shruti 🙂

Highlights and homework of the day – Day 1

Highlights and homework of the day – Day 1

Math:

Students solved worksheet on reflective symmetry.

Homework:

Math: 

  • Solve the following sums :
    a) 456 x 87         b) 356 ÷ 9           c) 982 ÷ 32             d) 87 x 53              e) 657 x 74              f) 842 ÷ 16
  • Solve the following word problems:

a) How many hours are there in 180 minutes?

b) A plane can accommodate 465 passengers. If there are 31 rows of seats on the plane, how many seats are in each row?

c) Anjali baked 80 cookies and divided them equally into 8 packets. How many cookies did she put in each packet?

d) In your grade you counted 342 hands altogether. How many students were in the grade?

Regards,

Shruti 🙂

Highlights and homework of the day – Day 3

Highlights and homework of the day – Day 3

Language:

  • Read aloud was done.
  • Summative assessment was conducted.

Math:

  • Formative assessment was conducted.

Homework:

  • Complete the language worksheet.
  • Math notebook:

Solve the sums using traditional method:

a) 875 x 71

b) 125 ÷ 5

c) 989 ÷ 9

d) 325 x 25

e) 657 ÷ 31

f) 842 ÷ 61

Mishty is promoted to Grade 4 and wants to make good bye cards for her Grade 3 teachers and friends.

a) She has 484 blue foam flowers which she plans to use for making pop-up cards. If she divides the foam flowers equally for making 24 such cards, how many flowers will she use? How many flowers will she be left with?

b) Mishty has 94 stickers and wants to place them equally in 8 cards. How many stickers will she be left with?

c) Mishty makes 206 cut outs of heart with the red glitter foam sheet. If she plans to paste 4 hearts together on the front of a certain number of cards, how many cards will she be able to make? How many cut outs of hearts will Mishty be left with?

d) Mishty prints 53 Thank You drawings. If she is able to prepare cards with 4 Thank You drawings each, how many cards will she be able to prepare?

Regards,

Shruti 🙂

 

 

Highlights and homework of the day – Day 6

Highlights and homework of the day – Day 6

Math:

  • Students learnt about point, line segment, ray, and line.  They attempted a worksheet to reflect on their understanding.

Language:

  • Read aloud was done.
  • Learners were given chits with sentences from Chapter 24 of the reader ‘The Magic Faraway Tree’. They arranged the sentences in the proper sequence.
  • Chapter 25 – ‘Everything comes right’ from the reader ‘The Magic Faraway Tree’ was read.
  • LD: Week 20 Day 4, 5 and weekend task was discussed.

Homework:

  • LD: Complete week 20 Day 4, 5 and weekend task.

Regards,

Shruti 🙂

 

Highlights and highlights of the day – Day 4

Highlights and highlights of the day – Day 4

Math:

  • Students solved division word problems.

Language:

  • Students were read aloud chapter no. 23 ‘The Land Of Tempers’ from the reader -Magic Faraway Tree.
  • Read aloud was done.

UOI: HOW WE ORGANIZE OURSELVES:

  • Students discussed about the reasons why people join an organisations. They reflected on their understanding about roles and responsibility of people working in an organisation.

Homework:

  • Solve the worksheets given.

Regards,

Shruti 🙂

 

 

Highlights and homework of the day – Day 3

Highlights and homework of the day – Day 3

Math: 

  • Learners attempted a worksheet on tessellations on identifying the pattern and extending it.
  • Students practiced the Long Division method of Division and rounding off tens,hundreds and thousands value in a number.

UOI: HOW WE ORGANIZE OURSELVES:

  • Through a discussion, students understood that people have their own defined Roles and Responsibilities in an organization and they are interdependent on each other. They join organizations for multiple reasons – raising their standard of living, technical skills, to establish self-identity, to make friends, to exercise leadership qualities, bringing change in society, for social cause, believe in group synergy or to support a common purpose.
Homework:
  • Complete the worksheet given.

Regards,

Shruti 🙂