Highlights and Homework for 7th March, 2017

Highlights and Homework for 7th March, 2017

[Highlight Of The Day]

[PYP exhibition]

[Homework]

  • Solve the following problems in your Maths NB1. Three T-shirts cost 15 dollars. How much do 5 T- shirts cost?

    2. A child can run 5 blocks in 2 minutes. How long does it take the child to run 8 blocks, at the same speed?

    3. Making 5 apple pies requires 2 pounds of apples. How many pounds of apples are needed to make 8 pies?

    4. A ball dropped from a tall building, falls 16 feet in the first second. How far does it fall in two seconds?

    5. A child can run 4 blocks in 2 minutes. How long does it take the child to run 12 blocks?

    6.   Physics tells us that weights of objects on the moon are proportional to their weights on Earth. Suppose an 180 lb man weighs 30 lb on the moon. What will a 60 lb boy weigh on the moon?

    7. Suppose an 180 lb man weighs 30 lb on the moon. What will a 60 lb boy weigh on the moon?

    8. A sample of 96 light bulbs consisted of 4 defective ones. Assume that today’s batch of 6,000 light bulbs has the same proportion of defective bulbs as the sample. Determine the total number of defective bulbs made today.

Answer the questions in your PYP exhibition notebook:-

  • What was the pattern and connection across all the centers? What is the Big idea or commonality between all the stations? Think critically, make connections with the classroom discussions. (minimum 10 sentences)
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