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Day: March 17, 2017

Highlights of the week: 14th March to 17th March

Highlights of the week: 14th March to 17th March

Circle Time :

Rhymes:   Revision of all rhymes

                                                                  

Read aloud:

  1. Farm animals by Kath Jewitt
  2. My counting book by Mary Bob Baker
  3. This and That by Julie Sykes
  4. The Gruffalo by Julia Donaldson
  5. Jack and Lily go to the Farm by Moira Butterfield

 

UOI:

Central idea:  Animals and people interact in different ways in different contexts.

  • Revision of all topics done.
  • Students were taken for a field trip to Fountainhead Preschool for special event of “Animals”.

 

UOI:

Central idea: We play to explore and have fun.

  • Kids were taken to jungle gym and skating rink and played with different resources like ball , bat and hoola hoop.

 

Language:

  • Picture talk of garden scene was done.
  • Pre- writing strokes was taught on slate and sand.
  • Morning drill: Revision of things done.

 

Phonological Awareness :

Teachers gave them the exposure of rhyming words and students repeated the same.

Math

  • Revision of quantification of numbers till 20
  • Revision of identification of numbers till 1 to 9.
  • Revision of sequencing events.
  • Introduction  of cuboid shape
  • Revision of patterns by shapes , size and colour.

 

Homework: Language worksheet

Free Play:

Learners were given different toys like: pipe link, rubber links and slate-chalk

 

Visual art: Students made an art and craft of hen and eggs by painting and sticking hay.

Note:

  • Parent’s kindly share with us if your child is reflecting anything being taught at school. Please mail us their reflections through daily diary, so we can display on the action board.

 

Regards,

Nursery Team

 

Homework 17/3/17 Mettle

Homework 17/3/17 Mettle

Dear parents,

Math: (To be done in Math H.W notebook)

Solve the following:

  1. Which is the bigger fraction â…” or â…— ?
  2. Place these fractions in ascending order: 3/10 , 5/10 ,1/10 , 9/10
  3. Reduce 50/64 to its simplest form.
  4. Find 3 equivalent fractions for the following fractions:
  1. â…– b) 3/6 c)3/3

5) You give 1 /3 of a pan of brownies to Sana and 1 /6 of the pan of brownies to Parth. How much of the pan of brownies did you give away?

6) In a party, 3 /8 of Margherita pizza and 1 /5 of American Pizza are left. You put them into one box. How much pizza do they have altogether?

7) The students decided to use 1 /4 of the playground for basketball and 3 /8 of the playground for soccer. How much part of the playground did they use in total?

8) In Taniya’s Math class, 2/7 of the girls failed their Math examination. There are 21 girls in Taniya’s class. How many girls failed the exam?

9) In a box of 100 peaches, 1/10 were rotten. How many peaches were rotten?

10) Kanika bought 6 kg of flour and used ½ of it. How much did she use?

Language: (To be done in language writing notebook)

Fine the meaning of the following words using your dictionary and note it down in your notebook.

  1. Triumph
  2. Pompous
  3. Bearing
  4. Extraordinary
  5. Infield
  6. Fuss
  7. Bowed
  8. Sundry
  9. Phenomenon
  10. Supernatural
  11. Engraved
  12. Dizzy
  13. Complimentary
  14. Unconscious
  15. Modest
  16. Applause
  17. Distinguished
  18. Revived.

 

Stars of the day: Zainab, Akshita, Riddhima, Netra and Kavya

Have a wonderful weekend!

 

Regards,

Fatema Topiwala

Highlight and Homework – 17th March, 2017

Highlight and Homework – 17th March, 2017

Dear Parents,

Day 5

Star of the day: Maria Badri (For being more responsible towards her learning)

Highlight

Language: Students read and comprehended chapter no. 21 of the reader “Charlotte’s Web”.

Homework

Language:

Dictation word list 900 – 3.

Math:

Solve the following:

  1. Which is the bigger fraction 2/3 or 3/5 ?
  2. Reduce 50/64 to its simplest form.
  3. Find 3 equivalent fractions for the following fractions: a) 2/5 b) 3/6 c)3/3

4) You give 1 /3 of a pan of brownies to Sana and 1 /6 of the pan of brownies to Parth. How much of the pan of brownies did you give away?

5) In a party, 3 /8 of Margherita pizza and 1 /5 of American Pizza are left. You put them into one box. How much pizza do they have altogether?

6) The students decided to use 1 /4 of the playground for basketball and 3 /8 of the playground for soccer. How much part of the playground did they use in total?

7) In Taniya’s Math class, 2/7 of the girls failed their Math examination. There are 21 girls in Taniya’s class. How many girls failed the exam?

8) In a box of 100 peaches, 1/10 were rotten. How many peaches were rotten?

9) Kanika bought 6 kg of flour and used ½ of it. How much flour is left?

Regards,

Malvika Gandhi

Highlights and Homework for 17th March 2017

Highlights and Homework for 17th March 2017

[Highlight Of The Day]

Language: The students were introduced to good beginning (i.e. hooks/ leads)  and good ending sentences for their narrative essays. They were given worksheets for practicing practice of the same.

UOI: Reflection was taken up based on the field trip.

[Homework]

Language: A) Find the meaning of the following words and write in the Language writing notebook:

triumph, pompous, bearing, infield, fuss, bowed, sundry, phenomenon, supernatural, engraved, dizzy, complimentary, unconscious, modest, applause, distinguished, revived.

B) Dictation words 900th list 3

Math: Solve the following in your Math notebook:

https://www.tes.com/lessons/ItqOSCvEkrdQYw/edit (slide 17)

 

Happy weekend 🙂

G5 Coalition – Homework for 17th March, 2017

G5 Coalition – Homework for 17th March, 2017

[Homework]

UOI:

  1. Complete your reflection in the field trip worksheet shared with you in class.
  2. Explore the videos and answer the following questions based on the discussion we had in class:
    1. What are the different materials used to make glass?
    2. How do humans manipulate glass for different purpose?
    3. List down any 5 intrinsic properties of glass?
    4. Give reasons/ examples why are certain glasses coated with a layer of PVB?

Video Links: Glass production process, Marble Making, Making of Glass Pitcher

Language: Answer Q1 and Q5 of the poem ‘If’ under the chapter ‘Recipe for Character Building’  from your EE reference book (in the spreadsheet shared with you on email)

Mixed Bag: Coalition Mixed Bag

Highlights and Homework of 17th March,2017

Highlights and Homework of 17th March,2017

Highlights

Language: Students read and comprehended Chapter 20 from the reader ‘Charlotte’s Web’ in groups. Later, they presented a part of the chapter through role play.

Math: Students solved few word problems based on real life application of ‘Fractions’.

Homework

Math: Solve the following in your Math notebook:

  1. Which is the bigger fraction â…” or â…— ?
  2. Place these fractions in ascending order: 3/10 , 5/10 ,1/10 , 9/10
  3. Reduce 50/64 to its simplest form.
  4. Find 3 equivalent fractions for the following fractions:             a) 3/6        b)3/3     c). 2/5

5). In a party, 3 /8 of Margherita pizza and 1 /5 of American Pizza are left. You put them into one box. How much pizza do they have altogether?

6). The students decided to use 1 /4 of the playground for basketball and 3 /8 of the playground for soccer. How much part of the playground did they use in total?

7). In Taniya’s Math class, 2/7 of the girls failed their Math examination. There are 21 girls in Taniya’s class. How many girls failed the exam?

8). In a box of 100 peaches, 1/10 were rotten. How many peaches were rotten?

9). Kanika bought 6 kg of flour and used ½ of it. How much did she use?

Highlights and Homework of 17/03/2017

Highlights and Homework of 17/03/2017

Highlights:

Math: The students solved word problems of unlike fractions.

Language: The students were introduced to good beginning (i.e. hooks/ leads)  and good ending sentences for their narrative essays. They were given a handout  for eye catching beginnings. Later, they solved  practice worksheet based on it.

Homework:

Math: Solve the following:

  1. Compare â…” or â…—. Which fraction is bigger?
  2. You give 1/3 of a pan of brownies to Susan and 1/6 of a pan of brownies to Patrick. What part of brownies did you give away?
  3. The students decided to use 1/4 of the playground for basketball and 3/8 of the playground for soccer. What part of the playground did they use in total?
  4. In Tanya’s Math class, 2/7 of the girls failed their Math examination. There are 21 girls in Tanya’s class. How many girls failed the Math exam?
  5. In a box of 100 peaches, 1/10 were rotten. How many peaches were good to eat?
  6.  A recipe called for 3/10 of a cup of chopped spinach and 4/5 of a cup of chopped bell peppers. How many more cups of bell peppers did the recipe call for?
  7. Tina spends 14/15 of an hour singing and also spends 3/7 of an hour at the park. How much less time does she spend at the park compared to singing?
Highlights and Homework- 17/3/17

Highlights and Homework- 17/3/17

Star of the Day:- Krish (for being responsible towards resources)

House status:-

1st-Unity: -2

2nd-Dignity- : -7

3rd-Integrity:  -12

4th-Liberty: -14

[Math]

Word problems based on the addition of unlike fractions were solved first by the teacher with the help of students and later the students solved a problem independently.

[Language]

Reading and comprehension of Chapter 19 were done in class. Dictation was taken up.

[Homework]

[Math]

Solve the following:

  1. Compare the fractions:- 2/3  and 3/5 (use illustrations )
  2. Place these fractions in ascending order: 3/10, 5/10, 1/10 , 9/10
  3. You gave 1 /3rd of the pan of brownies to Sana and 1 /6th of the pan of brownies to Parth. How much of the pan of brownies did you give away in all?
  4. In a party, 3 /8th of Margherita pizza and 1 /5th of American Pizza are left.How much pizza is left in all?
  5. The students decided to use 1 /4th of the playground for basketball and 3 /8th of the playground for soccer. How much of the playground did they use in total?
  6. Mary is preparing for her final exam. She studied for 1/4th of an hour on Saturday and 2/3rd of an hour on Sunday. How many hours did she study over the weekend?
  7. Tina picked 2/5th of a bucket of lemons and Ria picked 3/8th of a bucket of lemons. How much of the bucket of lemons did they pick in all?

 

[Language]

Dictation words 900th list 3

Have a great Weekend!!

Regards,

Kavita Arora.

 

Highlights and homework of the day- Day 5

Highlights and homework of the day- Day 5

Language:

  • Read aloud was done.
  • Reading time was given.
  • Dictation was conducted.

Math:

  • Students were introduced to the new 3 D shapes and it’s properties. They also made connections with the 3 D objects they see and use everyday. The new 3 D shapes which they learnt today were prism, triangualar base pyramid and square base pyramid.

Homework

  • Students will solve the math worksheet given.
  • Students will type the first paragraph of the story Rumplestilskin ,on page no.70 of E.E and share it with the teacher.

Regards,

Shruti 🙂