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Day: December 19, 2012

Push your limit and win points for your house.

Push your limit and win points for your house.

RECAP:-

Grade 1 and 2 sports day was packed with energy and excitement, which the parents were witness of.

We the students and the teachers are grateful that the parents were present to inspire the young athletes.

Math:- The  students attempted 2 word problems with mixed operation independently without HRT support. The correction needs to be done in the math note book or in your home practice book.

Reading skills of some students were evaluated.  The  rest of  the students  will  be evaluated for the same tomorrow.

H/W

Math complete word problem no. 3 and 4 from home. Solution will be discussed in the class.

The learners need to start working on their research in the scrapbook.

Parents are requested to guide them to use reference books too, they could take them to the public library for the same purpose. E.g Narmad Library.

This shall give the students an idea  not rely on just electronic tools.

Make sure they note the name of the reference book with out fail.

Thank you.

 

 

 

 

Athletic meet schedule for G 5 & 6

Athletic meet schedule for G 5 & 6

Please  refer to the given schedule for tomorrow’s  Athletics Meet. Races will start at 8:15 am sharp.

Schedule for Grade 5 & 6

No Ground Name Event   Explanation* Event Timings

1

Shot Put ( G 4.1) Selection based 08:15 to 08:45

2

High Jump (G 3.3) Selection based 08:15 to 08:45

3

Obstacle Race (G 1. 2) Selection based 08:15 to 08:45

4

800 Meters (G 3) Selection based 08:50 to 09:20

5

Long Jump (G 2) Selection based 08:50 to 09:20

6

Discuss 1 Kg (G 3.1) Selection based 08:50 to 09:20

7

Hurdles 80 M. (g 1.1) Selection based 08:50 to 09:20

8

100Meters (G 1) Compulsory for all 09:25 to 09:40

9

Passing the Ball (G 2.1) Compulsory for all 09:45 to 10:00

10

200 Meters  (G 3) Selection based 10:05 to 10:20

11

Parents race   100mts

10:05 to 10:30

12

Caterpillar (G 2.2) Compulsory for all 10:25 to 10:40

13

Relay Race (G 3) Selection based 10:45 to 11:00

14

Tug Of War ( G 3.2) Compulsory for all 11:05 to 11:20

15

100 Meters Final Selection based 11:25 to 11:30

16

Parents Tug Of   War ( G 3.2)

11:40 to 11:50

All the venues are marked by notices on the ground

* Selection based – For these events, selection of the students was done by the PE Coaches based on a  set benchmark. All the interested students were given an opportunity to perform and the top 16 students were short-listed for the finals, which will be happening on the athletics meet day.

* Compulsory Events – These are events in which every student will participate as they are team events. This ensures that all students will get a chance to participate on the athletics meet day in a certain number of events.

Subject: Athletics Meet Schedule for Middle Years students.

Subject: Athletics Meet Schedule for Middle Years students.

Please  refer to the given schedule for tomorrow’s  Athletics Meet. Races will start at 8:15 am sharp.

Schedule for Middle Years – Grade 7 to 9

No Ground Name Event Explanation   Event   Timings 

1

400 Meters  (G 3) Selection based 08:15 to 08:45

2

Long Jump (G 2) Selection based 08:15 to 08:45

3

Discuss 1 Kg (G 3.1) Selection based 08:15 to 08:45

4

Hurdles 80 M. (g 1.1) Selection based 08:15 to 08:45

5

Shot Put ( G 1.4) Selection based 08:50 to 09:20

6

High Jump (G 3.3) Selection based 08:50 to 09:20

7

Obstacle Race (G 1. 2) Selection based 08:50 to 09:20

8

Passing the Ball (G 2.1) Compulsory for all 09:25 to 09:40

9

100Meters (G 1) Compulsory for all 09:45 to 10:00

10

Caterpillar (G 2.2) Compulsory for all 10:05 to 10:20

11

Parents race   100mts

10:05 to 10:30

12

1500 Meters (G 3) Selection based 10:25 to 10:40

13

Tug Of War ( G 3.2) Compulsory for all 10:45 to 11:00

14

Relay Race (G 3) Selection based 11:05 to 11:20

15

100 mts Final Selection based 11:30 to 11:40

16

Parents Tug Of   War ( G 3.2)

11:40 to 11:50

All the venues are marked by notices on the ground

* Selection based – For these events, selection of the students was done by the PE Coaches based on a  set benchmark. All the interested students were given an opportunity to perform and the top 16 students were short-listed for the finals, which will be happening on the athletics meet day.

* Compulsory Events – These are events in which every student will participate as they are team events. This ensures that all students will get a chance to participate on the athletics meet day in a certain number of events.

HINDI HOMEWORK FOR G-9 SERENDIPITY

HINDI HOMEWORK FOR G-9 SERENDIPITY

Dear students,

As you all know we read and discussed the story “Mehangi padi” from reader “SIPIYA”  in the class . Questions related to this story are given in their respective Hindi class and asked them to write the answers in their Hindi notebook and submit it in their respective next Hindi class.

HINDI HOMEWORK FOR GRADE 7

HINDI HOMEWORK FOR GRADE 7

Dear students,

As you all know we read and discussed the story “REVATI KA SANGEET PREM PAUDHA” from reader “24 KAHANIYA”  in the class . Questions related to this story are given in their respective Hindi class and asked them to write the answers in their Hindi notebook and submit it in their respective next Hindi class.

Sr.KG Ignite: Highlights of the Week- 10th to 15th Dec.

Sr.KG Ignite: Highlights of the Week- 10th to 15th Dec.

Dear Parents,

Highlights of the week are as follows:

Circle Time:

Revision of the poem: “Butterfly”,  and  “Bounce the ball”

(The rhyme was read by the students from the board. This helped them in enhancing their reading and oral skill)

Language:

Revision of “ag” and “ake” “ack” word families

Do the revision of same at home

Dictation of sight words will be taken tomorrow.

Revision of high frequency words

UOI 4: Animals adapt to survive in their natural habitats.

After knowing about different types of natural habitats of animals, we moved on further to know about the physical features of particular animals that enable them to survive in their natural habitats.
We discussed about some of the Grassland/Jungle animals as:

  • Lion
  • Bear
  • Giraffe

 Math:

  • Revision of half past clock.
  • Revision  of number names: 18, 19, and 20.
  • Ascending & Descending Order
  • Introduction of the names of the days of the week: Tuesday & Wednesday.

Event of this month: Sports Day on 17th Dec.

Those who have not send library books please send it  by tomorrow

 Regards,

Parvin

Homework

Homework

UOI: Answer the mentioned below questions in your UOI book. [ due date for this homework – 21.12.12]

1. What does Mesopotamia mean?

2. What two rivers was Mesopotamia located between?

3. What modern day country is Mesopotamia now?

4. Mesopotamia was located in an area of land known as fertile crescent. Explain

5. The Phoenicians sold a valuable dye of what colour?

6. From where or what did the Phoenicians valuable dye come?

7. What ancient writing form began in Babylon?

8. What was the set of laws called that began in Babylon?

9. What concept was Babylon’s law based on?

Take a quiz and record your scores in your UOI book.

1. Quiz -Mesopotamia

Reference links:

Ancient Mesopotamia

Watch the videos again to clarify your doubts, if any:

Civilization – Mesopotamia 1/6

Civilization – Mesopotamia 2/6

Civilization – Mesopotamia 3/6

Civilization – Mesopotamia 4/6

Civilization – Mesopotamia 5/6

Civilization – Mesopotamia 6/6

SYNERGY

Tomorrow is the last day for submission of your UOI book, so kindly complete all the incomplete work.

Language:

Complete writing the 2nd draft for the descriptive paragraph written in class today.

Symbiosis Homework

Symbiosis Homework

MATH:

Ted bought 5 pencils for $20. How many pencils can he buy for $150?

John ate 3 rotis in 15mins. How many rotis can he eat in 1 hour?

Riya made 8 clay dolls in 4 days. How many clay dolls did she make in 1 day?

1 cm = ?mm

5 meter = ?cm

25 km = ?m

25km = ?cm

25km = ?mm

1 min = ?sec

10 hrs = ?min

10 hrs = ?sec

2 days = ?hrs

2 days = ?mins

2 days = ?weeks

3 months = ?weeks

6 weeks = ? months

UOI:

Read the handout that was given out in class and highlight the main ideas in each section.

Grade 6, Homework for 19th December, 2012

Grade 6, Homework for 19th December, 2012

UOI:

  • Answer the following question in your UOI notebook: 
  • Rahul weighs 45 kg on earth. Find Rahul’s weight on the Sun as well as other planets of the Solar system. Is it the same? Give scientific  reasons for your answer.
  • Explore the website:  http://www.arvindguptatoys.com

Language:

Poetry workbook- “I wandered lonely as a cloud” Q.No. 3, 4, 7, 8 & 9

Math:

For all the groups:

Which jobs uses constructions and how?(Answer in Math notebook)

Aryabhatta:

  •   Ex. 10.3 A.1,3.
  • Read Pg 91, complete  Ex 10.3 B Q.No. 1,2,3,4,5,8.

Pythagoras: 

Read Pg 91, Complete Ex.10.3 B