Homework

# Homework

Dear Parents,

Day 5

Homework:

Maths:

A) Write the number names of the following numbers in  Indian and International number system and put the periods accordingly :

a) 46207816
b) 9200057

B)Solve the following:
a)Write the place value of the highlighted digit in Indian number system: 52, 60,124

b) Write the standard form of the given number name:
i) Two crore sixty five lakh seven hundred and two
ii) Nine hundred twenty three million fifty one thousand five hundred and three

c) Find the product of 3489 and 258

d) On multiplying two numbers if the product is 21,625 and the multiplicand is 865 , then what will be the multiplier?

Q.3 Solve the following:
a)   Subtract: 7 kg 310 g from 9 kg 810 g
b)  36 litres 310 ml = ____ ml
c) Subtract: 77 m 25 cm 5 mm from 253 m 32 cm 4 mm
d)  Add: 51kg 24 g and 32 kg 50 g

Q.4 Solve the following :

1. Aarav takes 1 hr 10 min to take one round of the Football ground. He gets a task of taking 5 rounds of the Football ground. How much time will he take to complete the task?  (hint: answer in minutes)
2. Devanshi’s mother took 54 minutes to drive to Fountainhead to drop her. Her friend’s mother took 18 minutes less to drive to Fountainhead. How long did it take Devanshi’s friend to drive to school?
3. Hiya read 2 books. She read the first one in one week with 25 pages everyday. She read the second book in 12 days with 23 pages everyday. What is the total number of pages that Hiya read?
4. Hitansh’s father runs 6 kilometers everyday from Monday to Friday. He also runs 12 kilometers a day on Saturday and Sunday. How many kilometers does his father run in a week?

Language:

Use a prefix and suffix to make words. You may have to change some spellings: (example: illegally)

 Illegal legal legally appear avoid finite live health mature

Read all the sentences. Mention any alliteration you find within the sentence.

1. David decided to doodle on his desk.
2. Tejas is typically timid in new situations.
3. Kirti is quite creative and crafty.
4. Sara sat in the center of the circle.
5. The feisty fox was cunning character.

Comprehension: Read the story twice before solving the questions.

Citation: www.k5learning.com

TREASURE HUNT

Danny and Susie were walking to school, when Susie noticed something under the bushes.

“What is that?” Susie asked, as she pointed to the bush.

“Hmmm, I’m not sure.” Danny reached down to grab it. It was a book, and it looked old. The title was Buried

Treasure. He started looking through the book. It was full of different maps that were supposed to lead to buried treasure. “Wow, this book looks great!”

Susie said, “I want to look too, but we’d better get to school before we’re late.” Danny and Susie anxiously awaited recess, when they would have time to get a better look at the book.

Their friend Fred joined them on the benches at recess time. Susie sat in the middle, holding the book, and turning the pages. Each treasure map had an explanation for where it was found, and what the treasure was supposed to be. The stories were exciting, and Susie, Danny, and Fred let their minds run wild. They wished there was a treasure map in their town for them to explore. What a fun adventure that would be!

They were getting toward the end of the book when a slip of paper fell out.

“Wow, this book must be really old, it’s falling apart!” Fred said.

Danny opened the paper. It had the name of their town on top, and it was a map of their town! There was a marking on the map. The friends looked closer. It looked like the markings on the other maps in the book, and that meant one thing: treasure! The end of the school day couldn’t come fast enough – they wanted to go on their own adventure!

After school, the friends met at Danny’s house. They had talked to their parents and looked at the treasure map with them, and Danny’s parents had agreed to drive them around to try to find the treasure. The friends piled in the car.

“Where to?” Danny’s dad asked. Susie looked at the map. The trail started at the pool in the middle of town, so Susie told that to Danny’s dad. Susie gave the map to Fred to take a turn giving directions. He directed them to turn left by the pool, and head towards the library, then handed the map to Danny. Danny looked at the map, and saw that they were almost there! They turned right by the grocery store, and stopped at the park.

“What do you think the treasure is?” asked Fred.

“I don’t know, but I hope it’s good!” said Danny.

When Danny’s dad parked, the friends got out of the car. Now was the hard part, where in the park was the treasure? They started looking around for clues. Finally, Susie yelled out to Danny and Fred, and they came running over.

“I found it! At first I didn’t think it was the treasure, because it’s not

something we can pick up and take with us, but, when you read it, you’ll

see!” Susie said. She pointed to the tree they were wall standing by. On the

trunk, someone had carved a message. It said, “The best treasure is a

good adventure with good friends!” There were other names carved into the

tree.

“Wow, that’s true. It was so fun going on a treasure hunt with you both. Let’s sign our names!” The friends carved their names, and Danny’s dad took a picture of them all with the tree. Even though they didn’t get to keep anything, they agreed that it was a great day.

1. Describe Susie’s character. What evidence from the text helps you describe her?
2.  What does “anxiously awaited” mean in the 4th paragraph? How do you know?
3.  Write your own ending to the story, changing what the treasure was.
4. Create a noun phrase for any 2 of the following:
• Treasure hunt
• Picture
• Car
• Tree

UOI: Cut the the a4 sheet into three different slips and answer individual questions in one slip each. OR Answer the following questions in UOI notebook. (Reflection)

Q1) How were you feeling when you were doing the cleaning tasks… Answer in one word.

Q2) How would you feel if you had to do the same task every playtime?

Q3) Think of similar situation where children don’t get their rights (to play and educate) and

list down as many as you can think of in the slip.

Regards,

Fatema Topiwala