### Browsed byDay: October 25, 2016

Events Unit- Guided Event-“Diwali Party”

## Events Unit- Guided Event-“Diwali Party”

Dear Parents

It was an amazing and Ã‚Â successful event, celebrated by Srkg Glitter. Ã‚Â They thoroughly enjoyed planning and executing their event.

We all had a wonderful time, Thanks to all the enthusiastic and proactive parents for sending the required food items. Ã‚Â Please find the glimpse of the same.

Regards,Ã‚Â Saakshi

Highlights of the day 25-10-16

## Highlights of the day 25-10-16

Day 3

Math – Learners visited Ã¢â‚¬Å“Number NagarÃ¢â‚¬ÂÃ‚Â  to see the graph and revised the skip counting.

UOI – Learners enjoyed clay model activity which was done in groups. They also made a dress for themselves from the newspaper.

Language – Learners watched a video of “Land of spells” andÃ‚Â  “The Magic Faraway” was read by the teacher.

Homework

UOI- Illustrate any magical character of your own and explain its magical powers inÃ‚Â  UOI notebook.

Math – Refer the blog post done by Dhruma Ma’am.

Language – Find out the difficult word meanings using dictionary of the chapter done in class.

Grade 5, Reciprocity – Homework for 25th October, 2016.

## Grade 5, Reciprocity – Homework for 25th October, 2016.

Math :Ã‚Â Khan Academy task is shared with you. Solve any 7 word problemsÃ‚Â out of them in your Math notebook. (along with the questions). Check your notifications in Khan Academy for the same.

Homework – 25th October, 2016

## Homework – 25th October, 2016

Math: Making of Bar graph

Task: Students need to do a Ã‚Â survey onÃ‚Â the places, people would like to visit during their weekends or holidays, which are mentioned below. They need to collect data from any 10 people (family members / neighbors / friends) and will record the data in the form of tally marks (frequency table). Later, they represent the collected data through aÃ‚Â bar graph in the given graph paper.

Places to survey:

1. mall
2. cinema
3. garden
4. restaurant
5. game zones
Highlights of the day: 25 Oct

## Highlights of the day: 25 Oct

UOI:

Alice in the wonderlandÃ‚Â  movie was showed to the learners.

Learner made their ownÃ‚Â  imaginary calender.

Math:

Learners visited “Number Nagar”Ã‚Â  to see the graph and revised the skip counting.

Homework:

UOI:

Illustrate (draw) any magical character of your own and explain its magical powers inÃ‚Â  UOI notebook.

Math homework blog will be updated in some time.

‘Grade 3 Imbue: Highlights and homework – 25th Oct. 2016’

## ‘Grade 3 Imbue: Highlights and homework – 25th Oct. 2016’

Day 3, Tuesday.

UOI: Learners enjoyed making characters out of clay and presented a story in front of other class mates. Each team assessed each other’s work.

Language: Learners watched a video on Ã¢â‚¬Å“Land of spells.Ã¢â‚¬Â They were reflective and made connections with the chapter and characters.

Math: Learners visited Number Nagar – Math lab and explored graph and learnt how to label data on the same using skip count of 10.

Learners visited library.

Homework:

UOI:Ã‚Â Illustrate any magical character of Ã‚Â your own and explain its magical powers?- UOI notebook.

Make a story using the given link :http://www.pinkydinkydoo.com/storybox.html

Math: Look at the below image and interpret the graph based on the mentioned questions. Need to answer these questions in the homework notebook.

1. How many people love snowboarding?

2. How many more people chose ice skating than sledding?

3. WhatÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s the di erence between the number of people who love ice skating and sledding compared to those who love skiing?

4. How many more people would it take to make ice skating the most loved winter sport?

5. List the sports in order from most favorite to least favorite.

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Highlights of the day and Homework

## Highlights of the day and Homework

Dear Parents,

UOI: The students exhibited their Rube Goldberg Model’s and they made connections with the learnings of the unit. They were excited to see you there to support them and motivate them. We are thankful to you all for coming and motivating the students.

Maths: They attempted summative assessment for Volume of Cube and Cuboid.

Homework:

Maths: Ã‚Â solve below three word problems in their notebooks

1) The Sharma family wants to fill up their swimming pool to the very top with water. The length of the pool is 50 meters and the width is 25 meters. The pool is 10 meters deep. How much water will the pool hold?

2) A cubic container has edge 13m. Find the volume of the container.

3) Three equal cubes of length 4m are placed on each other forming a cuboid. Find the volume of the cuboid thus formed.

Thanks and regards

Himani Mehta

Highlights and Homework of 25th October, 2016

## Highlights and Homework of 25th October, 2016

HighlightsÃ‚Â

Math: Students appeared for summative assessment.

UOI: Summative Assessment of UOI was taken up.

Homework:

Language: Complete LWE week 11 day 4 and 5.

Highlights and homework of 25th October, 2016

## Highlights and homework of 25th October, 2016

Highlight

Math: Students appeared for the formative assessment on Measurement word problems.

Homework

Math: Students have to solve the following word problems:

a) FionaÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s height is 1 m 30 cms. The length of her roomÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s door is 2140 mm. What is Ã‚Â difference between the doorÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s length and her height?

b) I need 4 kg 480 gms of chocolate for my cake recipe. How many dairy milk silk bars of 40gms each should I buy?

c) Ã‚Â The maximum capacity of a water cooler is 50 L 450 ml. 29 L 300 ml is already there in the cooler. How much water (in ml) can still be filled in it?

d) To welcome Mr. Narendra Modi a red carpet needs to be put on a road which measures 1 km 147 m. How many meters of carpet is needed ?

Highlights and Homework of 25th October 2016

## Highlights and Homework of 25th October 2016

[Highlight Of The Day]

Math: 1) Students appeared for the formative Assessment.

2) Discussion of the formative assessment.

[Homework]

Revisit the measurement word problems learnt so far and revise the concept of conversion.

Solve the following:

1. 45 km = _______cm
2. 563 Ã‚Â l = ________ml
3. 63 km = ________m
4. Add: 45 km 36 m and 560 km 39 cm
5. Add: 63 l 3 ml and 96 l 63 ml
6. Subtract: 630 km 96 m from 906 km
7. Subtract: 601 km 30 cm from 987 km 63 m

[Note]

Formative Assessment notebook has been sent, kindly sign and acknowledge.