Write the procedure of making candle / bread in experiment 2 in your science journal. Also write your reflection about visit to the kitchen and science lab in ‘My reflection’ sheet in your journal.

Language:

Answer the following question:
How is ‘If’ poem by Rudyard Kipling related to Character building? Give examples. (To be answered in at least 8-10 sentences)

The students shared a gist of Chapter- 18 of the reader and later, read and comprehended Chapter- 19 The Egg sac from the reader.

Homework

Language

The students will note down the meanings of the following words in their Language Writing notebook:
triumph, pompous, management, bearing, extraordinary, infield, fuss, bowed, sundry, phenomenon, supernatural, engraved, dizzy, complimentary, unconscious, modest, praise, applause, distinguished, revived.

Also, they need to read Chapter- 20 The Hour of Triumph from the reader thoroughly.

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Dear parents,
As the students are scheduled to visit Ã¢â‚¬Å“The SosyoÃ¢â‚¬Â factory on a field trip for our ongoing unit Ã¢â‚¬Å“Economic Activities.” They will have to carry a small bag along with the school bag. This small bag will be used by them to carry their water bottle, a book to take notes and a pencil box.Ã‚Â

‘Grade 3 Imbue: Highlights and homework – 14th March 2017’

UOI: Learners visited the science lab and explored skeleton. Later, they also watched video and made connections to all the scientific vocabulary (names of the bones).

Homework:

Math: Solve the given worksheet.

Follow the below given link and play the Math game:

The introduction of rounding (rounding is a way of estimating, where one makes a number less precise but easier to work with)was done through various mental math strategies.

UOI: Where we are in place and time

To enhance our understanding of migration, we had our school librarian as a guest speaker. The session helped students to connect with the challenges that one faces during migration and also the reasons behind why people migrate.

Homework:

Math:Ã‚Â

Complete the worksheet provided on Revision of mathematical concepts.

Revise multiplication tables.

Important note:

Students need to practice dodging on a regular basis at home.

Please send a book daily for reading during free time in class. Follow the same at home as well.

Math:Ã‚Â Students practiced wordproblems on real life application of unlike Fractions.

Homework

Math:Ã‚Â Solve the following in your Math notebook:

a) A recipe called for 3/12 cup of chopped potatoes and 4/6 cup of mashed potatoes. In total, how many cups of potatoes did the recipe call for?

b) Raj is practicing for his cricket match. He practiced for 3/8 hours on Saturday and 4/12 hours on Sunday. How many hours did he practice over the weekend ?

c)Mary is preparing for her final exam. She studied for 1/4 hours on Saturday and 2/3 hours on Sunday. How many hours did she study over the weekend ?

d) Tina picked 2/5 of a bucket of lemons and Ria picked 3/8 of a bucket of lemons. How many buckets of lemon did they pick in all?

Language: Students revisited the content points such as Ã¢â‚¬ËœStrong Verbs, Sensory Details, Transition words, Dialogues, Similes, and AdjectivesÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ through a game Ã¢â‚¬ËœMusical reviewÃ¢â‚¬â„¢. Later, students independently solved the worksheet where they identified the above using different symbols.

U.O.I :Ã‚Â Students were introduced to the distribution channel by sharing the PPT on Parle company.

Homework:

Language: Find the meaning of the following words of Chapter 20 Ã¢â‚¬â€œ Ã¢â‚¬Å“CharlotteÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s WebÃ¢â‚¬Â: triumph, pompous, management, bearing, extraordinary, infield, fuss, bowed, sundry, phenomenon, supernatural, engraved, dizzy, complimentary, unconscious, modest, praise, applause, distinguished, revived.

U.O.I.: Solve the given worksheet. Observe the following video and reflect over it. Students can use a flow chart or a graphic organizer or even can illustrate it.

Students read and comprehended Chapter 19 from the reader ‘Charlotte’s Web’.

Dictation was taken.

[Math]

Homework was discussed.

[Homework]

[Language]

Students have to complete the given worksheet.

Students have to find the meaning of the following words and write in their Language writing notebook:Ã‚Â triumph, pompous, bearing, infield, fuss, bowed, sundry, phenomenon, supernatural, engraved, dizzy, complimentary, unconscious, modest, applause, distinguished, revived.