Mixed Bag Ã¢â‚¬â€œ Cycle 19
Math- to be done in Math notebook and checked and signed by parents.
Expand the decimals given below:
Write the decimals for the below given expanded forms:
2000 + 30 + 1/100 + 5/1000
400 + 5 + 7/10 + 9/1000
Write the following decimals in words:
Write the following into decimal form:
5 hundreds + 7 tens + 8 hundredths + 4 thousandth
7 thousands + 9 hundreds + 1 ones + 5 thousandth
Write the following in ascending order:
.45, .405, .54, .504
2.67, 2.76, 2.706, 2.067
Write the following in descending order:
0.11, 1.01, .01, 0.101
.38, .83, .308, .833
Read the story given below carefully. Identify the blah words (adjectives, adverbs, etc). Rewrite the passage by changing the blah words to brilliant. You may also add some adjectives / adverbs to make the story brilliant.
The Rich Man and the Shoemaker
Once there lived a poor shoemaker next to a rich man. He was a carefree and happy person. Every day, the shoemaker sang good songs while he did his hard work. All the young children in that small town loved to hear the shoemaker sing his songs. They sat on nice chairs and listened to him sing lovely songs.
The rich man who lived next door, stayed awake every night counting his shiny sparkling gold coins. He tried to sleep during the day because he didnÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t sleep at night. He was very unhappy with the shoemakersÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ singing. He found the songs to be bad and boring. He wanted to put an end to the singing next door.
Every day while he was twisting and turning in his bed, the rich man used to think, Ã¢â‚¬Å“What can I do to make the shoe maker stop singing?Ã¢â‚¬Â One day the rich man thought of a great plan. He called for the shoemaker. The shoemaker came and asked him what the matter was. The rich man gave him a bag full of shiny gold coins as a gift. The shoemaker was surprised, but happily took the gold coins. The shoemaker then went home and stored the gold coins in his attic. He could not stop thinking and worrying about somebody stealing his new gold coins. From that day onwards he stopped singing!
A quick reminder to all the parents regarding the PTM term 2 which is tomorrow.
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