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Games time.

Games time.

“Yes, kids love technology, but they also love legos, scented markers, handstands,books and mud puddles. It’s all about balance.”-K.G ,1st Grade teacher.
And of course, our students very well exhibit the learner profile of being “Balanced “. This week the fabulous fourth graders had fun time with their friends playing amazing and fantastic indoor games. They were highly engrossed and were having time of their life.
Here are few glimpses :

Homework- 23/06/2017

Homework- 23/06/2017

Dear parents,

MATH:

1. Make the smallest and the greatest number using the given digits:
7,6,8,0,0,5
5,8,0,1,0,3
7,0,0,9,4,6,8

2.Solve the following:
946÷ 9
798 × 36
838 ÷ 8
9972 × 64

3. Solve the following word problems:
a)There are 172 mangoes. If each box can contain 1 dozen mangoes, how many boxes will be required? How many mangoes will remain unpacked?
b)Fountainhead school purchased 12 tents for their students. If each tent costs approximately 6542 rupees, what would be the amount spent in the tent by the school?
c)There are 216 boxes. Out of which 150 boxes contain 12 oranges each, and the remaining boxes contain 8 apples each. What is the total number of oranges and apples altogether?
LANGUAGE:

1. Use the given Graphic Organiser to fill in the details on the topic ” Friends”.
2. Read the below given passage and answer the questions:

Strongest of all

By Pleasant DeSpain
Citation: http://www.doe.mass.edu/mcas/2012/release/g4ela.pdf

One day long ago, clever Rabbit was walking along the seashore. Hearing voices, he stopped to listen. Elephant and Whale were having a conversation. He wanted to hear every word.

“Sister Whale,” said Elephant, “you are the largest, strongest, and most beautiful animal of the sea. Naturally, I’m the largest, strongest, and most beautiful animal on the land. We two should rule over all the animals, birds, and fish on the earth.”
“Yes, it’s true, Brother Elephant,” said Whale. “We are the greatest. You should rule the land. I’ll be happy to rule the sea.” Rabbit decided to play a trick on these two behemoths. “I’m twice as smart as both of them,” he said. “All I need is a long, strong rope and my jungle drum.” Later that afternoon Rabbit found Elephant in the woods and said, “Hello, Powerful Ruler of All the Animals that Walk and All the Birds that Fly. I’m in need of a small favor.”
Elephant liked Rabbit’s compliment and was willing to listen. “What can I do for you, my little friend?” he trumpeted. “My milk-cow is stuck in the sand on the beach. I’m not big enough to pull her out. Let me tie one end of this rope around you and the other end around my cow. When you hear me beat my drum, you’ll know it’s time to pull hard, really hard.” What happens when an elephant and a whale both think that they are the strongest animals on the earth? ” “It’s a good plan,” said Elephant. “You are wise to come to me as I’m the strongest friend you have.” “Thank you, Elephant. Wait for the drum!”
So saying, Rabbit ran to the beach and found Whale sunning herself near the shore. “Hello, Friend Whale. My, but you look sleek and powerful today,” said Rabbit.
Whale smiled and replied, “Yes, Rabbit, I’m strong today and every day. I rule all the creatures of the sea.” “Of course,” responded Rabbit. “That’s why I’ve come to you with my small problem.” “What can I do to help?” asked Whale. “It’s my milk-cow. She’s mired deep in the bayou mud way up in the woods. I can’t get her out. I’d like to tie one end of this rope around your tail and the other end around my cow. I’ll beat my drum so you’ll know when to pull.” “Of course I’ll help,” said Whale.
She swam closer to shore so that he could tie the long rope to her massive tail. “Pull hard when you hear my signal,” said Rabbit as he ran back into the woods.
He found his drum and pounded hard and loud. Boom! Boom! Boom! The sounds carried to both Elephant in the forest and Whale in the sea. They both began to pull, each against the other, and were shocked at the resistance. Elephant tugged so hard that Whale hit the sand in the shallow water. Whale pulled back so hard that Elephant was being dragged out of the woods. “That cow must be stuck in the sand up to her neck,” bellowed Elephant. “That cow must be buried in the mud up to her nose,” cried Whale.
Next thing they knew the rope snapped! One end flew back and stung Elephant on the ear. “Ouch!” he cried. The other end smacked Whale on the tail. “Ouch!” she cried. Rabbit began to laugh. His laughter carried deep into the woods and far out to sea. Elephant and Whale realized that they had been tricked. They also discovered that when it came to cleverness, Rabbit was the strongest of all.

A) Which of the following best describes the setting of the folktale?

-by the ocean many years ago
-at the zoo many years from now
-in the mountains many years ago
-near the desert many years from now
B) Based on the folktale, what is the real reason Rabbit asks Elephant and Whale for help?

-to teach them a lesson
-to pull an animal to safety
-to make his situation easier
-to bring the animals closer together
C) What does the passage show about Elephant and Whale?

-They do not want to help each other.
-They each think they are the smartest.
-They need to stop pulling on the rope.
-They do not realize they have been fooled.
D) Which of the following best shows that “Strongest of All” is a folktale?

-It tells a story using talking animals.
-It includes a problem and a solution.
-It tells a story using rhythm and rhyme.
-It includes facts about different animals.
E) Based on the passage, the use of the word resistance shows the animals are

-playing a game.
-afraid of being hurt.
-having a difficult time.
-worried about getting wet.
Have a great long weekend! 🙂

With Gratitude,

Grade 4 Team

Homework for 23rd June 2017

Homework for 23rd June 2017

MATH

  1. Make the smallest and the greatest number using the given digit:
  • 7,6,8,0,0,5
  • 5,8,0,1,0,3
  • 7,0,0,9,4,6,8       

    2.Solve the following:

  • 946÷ 9
  • 798 × 36
  • 838 ÷ 8
  • 9972 × 64     

    3. Solve the following word problems:

  1. There are 172 mangoes. If each box can contain 1 dozen mangoes, how many boxes will be required? How many mangoes will remain unpacked?
  2. Fountainhead school purchased 12 tents for their students. If each tent costs approximately 6542 rupees, what would be the amount spent in the tent by the school?
  3. There are 216 boxes. Out of which 150 boxes contain 12 oranges each, and the remaining boxes contain 8 apples each. What is the total number of oranges and apples altogether?

LANGUAGE:

  1. Use the given Graphic Organiser to fill in the details on the topic ” Friends”.
  2. Read the below given passage and answer the questions:

    Strongest of all

    By Pleasant DeSpain
    Citation: http://www.doe.mass.edu/mcas/2012/release/g4ela.pdf

    One day long ago, clever Rabbit was walking along the seashore. Hearing voices, he stopped to listen. Elephant and Whale were having a conversation. He wanted to hear every word.

    “Sister Whale,” said Elephant, “you are the largest, strongest, and most beautiful animal of the sea. Naturally, I’m the largest, strongest, and most beautiful animal on the land. We two should rule over all the animals, birds, and fish on the earth.”
    “Yes, it’s true, Brother Elephant,” said Whale. “We are the greatest. You should rule the land. I’ll be happy to rule the sea.” Rabbit decided to play a trick on these two behemoths. “I’m twice as smart as both of them,” he said. “All I need is a long, strong rope and my jungle drum.” Later that afternoon Rabbit found Elephant in the woods and said, “Hello, Powerful Ruler of All the Animals that Walk and All the Birds that Fly. I’m in need of a small favor.”
    Elephant liked Rabbit’s compliment and was willing to listen. “What can I do for you, my little friend?” he trumpeted. “My milk-cow is stuck in the sand on the beach. I’m not big enough to pull her out. Let me tie one end of this rope around you and the other end around my cow. When you hear me beat my drum, you’ll know it’s time to pull hard, really hard.”  What happens when an elephant and a whale both think that they are the strongest animals on the earth? ” “It’s a good plan,” said Elephant. “You are wise to come to me as I’m the strongest friend you have.” “Thank you, Elephant. Wait for the drum!”
    So saying, Rabbit ran to the beach and found Whale sunning herself near the shore. “Hello, Friend Whale. My, but you look sleek and powerful today,” said Rabbit.
    Whale smiled and replied, “Yes, Rabbit, I’m strong today and every day. I rule all the creatures of the sea.” “Of course,” responded Rabbit. “That’s why I’ve come to you with my small problem.” “What can I do to help?” asked Whale. “It’s my milk-cow. She’s mired deep in the bayou mud way up in the woods. I can’t get her out. I’d like to tie one end of this rope around your tail and the other end around my cow. I’ll beat my drum so you’ll know when to pull.” “Of course I’ll help,” said Whale.
    She swam closer to shore so that he could tie the long rope to her massive tail. “Pull hard when you hear my signal,” said Rabbit as he ran back into the woods.
    He found his drum and pounded hard and loud. Boom! Boom! Boom! The sounds carried to both Elephant in the forest and Whale in the sea. They both began to pull, each against the other, and were shocked at the resistance. Elephant tugged so hard that Whale hit the sand in the shallow water. Whale pulled back so hard that Elephant was being dragged out of the woods. “That cow must be stuck in the sand up to her neck,” bellowed Elephant. “That cow must be buried in the mud up to her nose,” cried Whale.
    Next thing they knew the rope snapped! One end flew back and stung Elephant on the ear. “Ouch!” he cried. The other end smacked Whale on the tail. “Ouch!” she cried. Rabbit began to laugh. His laughter carried deep into the woods and far out to sea. Elephant and Whale realized that they had been tricked. They also discovered that when it came to cleverness, Rabbit was the strongest of all.

A)  Which of the following best describes the setting of the folktale?

    1. by the ocean many years ago
    2. at the zoo many years from now
    3. in the mountains many years ago
    4. near the desert many years from now

B) Based on the folktale, what is the real reason Rabbit asks Elephant and Whale for help?

    1. to teach them a lesson
    2. to pull an animal to safety
    3. to make his situation easier
    4. to bring the animals closer together

C) What does the passage show about Elephant and Whale?

    1. They do not want to help each other.
    2. They each think they are the smartest.
    3. They need to stop pulling on the rope.
    4. They do not realize they have been fooled.

D) Which of the following best shows that “Strongest of All” is a folktale?

    1. It tells a story using talking animals.
    2. It includes a problem and a solution.
    3. It tells a story using rhythm and rhyme.
    4. It includes facts about different animals.

E) Based on the passage, the use of the word resistance shows the animals are

    1. playing a game.
    2. afraid of being hurt.
    3. having a difficult time.
    4. worried about getting wet.

Have a great long weekend! 🙂

Grade: 4 Gujarati ( Ab initio level) Homework (Cycle – 2) Date – 23 /6/ 2017

Grade: 4 Gujarati ( Ab initio level) Homework (Cycle – 2) Date – 23 /6/ 2017

Homework

નીચે આપેલી link પરથી  ગુજરાતી કક્કો વાંચો અને તેને ગુજરાતી નોટબુક માં લખો. એક લાઈન માં પાંચ જ વર્ણ લખો અને એક-એક લાઈન છોડીને લખવું.
नीचे दी गई link से  गुजराती वर्णमाला पढ़े और गुजराती नोटबुक में लिखें | एक लाईन में पाँच वर्ण लिखे और हर लाईन के बाद एक-एक लाईन छोड़कर लेखन करें |
वर्णमाला

link:
http://www.ancientscripts.com/images/gujarati.gif

Grade 4 Gujarati (Standard level) Homework (Cycle – 2) Date – 23/6/2017

Grade 4 Gujarati (Standard level) Homework (Cycle – 2) Date – 23/6/2017

ગૃહકાર્ય (Homework)

નીચે આપેલી link પરથી “ઉ” માત્રાના શબ્દોનું ઉચ્ચારણ સાંભળો અને ત્રણ અક્ષરવાળા શબ્દો ગુજરાતીની નોટબુકમાં લખો.

Link

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8FPoroDEnjc

Grade: 4 Gujarati ( Ab initio) Homework (Cycle – 2) Date – 21 /6/ 2017

Grade: 4 Gujarati ( Ab initio) Homework (Cycle – 2) Date – 21 /6/ 2017

નીચે આપેલો ગુજરાતી કક્કો વાંચો અને તેને ગુજરાતી નોટબુક માં લખો. એક લાઈન માં પાંચ જ વર્ણ લખો અને એક-એક લાઈન છોડીને લખવું.
नीचे दी गई गुजराती वर्णमाला पढ़े और गुजराती नोटबुक में लिखें | एक लाईन में पाँच वर्ण लिखे और हर लाईन के बाद एक-एक लाईन छोड़कर लेखन करें |
वर्णमाला:

‘Grade 4, Resilience: Highlights and homework – 20th June 2017’

‘Grade 4, Resilience: Highlights and homework – 20th June 2017’

Day 2, Tuesday.

Star of the day : Ekansh ( For being committed to his work)

Learners thoroughly enjoyed the indoor games session.

Highlights:

MATH: Students appeared for the pre-assessment.

Homework:

MATH: Solve the below mentioned sums in the Math homework notebook.

Q-1. Write the number names:

a) 3,56,489

b) 2,05,780

c)1,80,808

Q-2 Solve the following:

a) 331 / 12

b) 672 / 61

c) 671 X 38

d) 986 X 72

Have a great day ahead ! 🙂

‘Grade 4, Resilience: Highlights and homework – 19th June 2017’

‘Grade 4, Resilience: Highlights and homework – 19th June 2017’

Dear Parents,

Day 1, Monday.

Star of the day: Moksh and Sarvam (For being responsible and committed to their work)

Highlights:

Language: Students appeared for the Language pre-assessment.

Math: Students started with the Math pre-assessment.

Discussion and doubt solving session on the weekend mixed bag homework.

Homework:

Language EE: Read a book and describe the main character in a passage format using 5 adjectives, in the writer’s notebook.