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Homework for 3rd October 2017

Homework for 3rd October 2017

Math

Practice session:

  1. https://www.tes.com/lessons/qW0nPCRTprpAPA/edit  (slide 34 – 38)
  2. https://www.khanacademy.org/math/cc-third-grade-math/cc-third-grade-measurement/cc-third-grade-perimeter-word-problems/e/perimeter-word-problems
  3. https://www.khanacademy.org/math/cc-fourth-grade-math/cc-4th-measurement-topic/conversion-word-problems/e/metric-conversions-word-problems
  4. https://www.khanacademy.org/math/algebra/units-in-modeling/word-problems-with-multiple-units/e/units

 

[Unit Of Inquiry]

Complete your assignment on google classroom.

 

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Homework for 3/10

Homework for 3/10

MATH

Integers :

Addition of three digit integers

Solve the following on ruled sheet of paper:

1. 585 + (-485)

2. 424 + (-613)

3. (-646) + (-765)

4. (-764) + 123

5. (-532) + (-324)

6. 459 + (-765)

7. (-479) + (-431)

8. 652 + (-634)

9. (-543) + 333

10. 777 + (-318)

Word problems on integers

Solve the following using a number line on ruled sheet of paper.

1.Rahul had Rs 5 in his pocket and he bought a material worth Rs. 4. Thereafter he went to a shop and bought a material for Rs 7 on credit from Pia. How much more he has to give to Pia and what is his position on a Number line. Illustrate using a number line.

2.At my home I had 10 mangoes in the morning and I ate 3 mangoes from that in the afternoon. A guest came to my home and got 10 more mangoes. What is the position of the number of mangoes on the number line?

3.Mr Jeet took a loan from bank of Rs. 20 . In a month he had made a payment of Rs.10. What is his position?

4.A submarine was situated 800 feet below sea level.If it ascends 250 feet , what is its new position ?

LEAP: Design For Change.

LEAP: Design For Change.

Dear parents,

The students were divided into groups  and had to perform different activity as mentioned in the task sheet given to them under the unit Risk and and Challenges.
Later on, the teacher introduced the design thinking tool ‘ Design For Change’ which had provocative questions to help the students find out different solutions for the risk and challenges faced by children having learning, mental and physical  disabilities in the world.
They were very empathetic towards the situation and imagined various creative solutions for the same.
Glimpses of the activity performed  by students:
:
Regards,
Priti Patel
Homework of 3rd October

Homework of 3rd October

Homework

Math:

Solve the following in your Math notebook: (Show steps as discussed in class)

1.Rahul had Rs 5 in his pocket and he bought a material worth Rs. 4. Thereafter he went to a shop and bought a material for Rs 7 on credit from Pia. How much more he has to give to Pia and what is his position on a Number line. Illustrate using a number line.

2.At my home, I had 10 mangoes in the morning and I ate 3 mangoes from that in the afternoon. A Guest came to my home and got 10 more mangoes. How many mangoes do I have?

3. Rahul’s fish hook was 12 feet below the top of the water. He let out some of his line, and the hook sunk another 3 feet. What is the depth of the fish hook now? Write an addition problem, and then give the answer.

4. The coldest temperature during the night in a village outside Athens is-4degrees. During the day the temperature rises by 25 degrees. What is the temperature during the day?

5. Rohan and Sheila are digging a hole for a fence post. The bottom of their hole is currently 10 inches below the surface of the ground. Rohan digs the hole 5 inches deeper and Sheila digs the hole 8 inches deeper. What is the depth(in inches) of the hole after Sheila is finished?

6. Jasmine and Harley are planting flowers in their flower box. Jasmine fills a watering can with 3 liters of water. Harley poured 1 liter of water onto the flowers. How much water is in the watering can after Harley waters the flowers?

Practice adding integers through the following links:

http://www.mathplayground.com/ASB_OrbitIntegers.html

http://www.mathplayground.com/ASB_SpiderMatchIntegers.html

Highlights of the day 03-10-17

Highlights of the day 03-10-17

Day 4 

Math

Students practiced solving word problems with numbers up to 6 digit.

Homework

Math

Solve the given word problems. (Do not copy the questions)

a) In the School Library, there are 4,08,126 old books. The management has decided to add 45,123 new books to the library. How many books does the library have by year end?

b) In our school, the sale of sandwiches in the month of June was 420 and in the month of July was 367. What is the total sale in two months?

c) The Nature Club people saved 1,027 sparrows in the month of June. In the month of July 565 sparrows and in the month of August 725 sparrows were saved. How many sparrows were saved altogether by the nature club?

Language

Answer the questions related to chapter 4 ‘The Land of Spells’ of the reader ‘The Magic Faraway Land’ in the given worksheet.

UOI

Watch the video link :

Happy Reading 🙂

Today’s Homework- 3rd Oct.

Today’s Homework- 3rd Oct.

Do the following tasks in your math notebook:

Task 1: Addition (Vertical format)

Example:

T  O

1  4  addend

+ 1  2  addend

    2  6  Sum/ Total

  • 57 + 12
  • 74 + 21.

Task 2: Word problems

1. Cap seller was selling 38 black caps and 11 red caps. How many total caps did he sell?

2. Rita ate 54 chocolates and Raman ate 31 chocolates. What is the sum of the chocolates they ate?

Regards,

Grade 1 Team 🙂

Recap of the Day 4 – 03/10/17

Recap of the Day 4 – 03/10/17

UOI:

Learners were introduced to the words Landforms, Waterbodies and Settlements. They also watched a video about Landforms and Waterbodies.

Homework:

Math: Solve the following word problems:

a) In the School Library, there are 4,08,126 old books. The management has decided to add 45,123 new books to the library. How many books does the library have by year end?

b) In our school, the sale of sandwiches in the month of June was 420 and in the month of July was 367. What is the total sale in two months?

c) The Nature Club people saved 1,027 sparrows in the month of June. In the month of July 565 sparrows and in the month of August 725 sparrows were saved. How many sparrows were saved altogether by the nature club?

Highlights and Homework of 3-10-2017 ( Day – 4)

Highlights and Homework of 3-10-2017 ( Day – 4)

Star of the day- Tanish Shah

Maths– Students practised sums based on measurements.

UOI– Classroom discussion on the terms risks, challenges and Opportunities.

Language – Poem “Flint”

Homework

Language

Audio

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rqja8vO3LEQ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GkMKaGLmkzk

Listen to the audio and list down the comparison between two objects in their EE notebook.

[Unit Of Inquiry]

Bring pictures and articles showing Mentally, physically and emotionally challenged children. ( Compulsory)

With Regards,

Dimple Deshpande

Have a Great Day! 🙂

 

Homework 3rd-October-2017-18

Homework 3rd-October-2017-18

Highlights of 3rd Oct (Day 4)
 

Reader -Chapter-14 The Land of Spells was read. The students tried to guess the meaning of the difficult words from the context first and then checked with a dictionary if their guess was correct.

UOI-

Grop activity related to landforms was conducted in class.

Homework

Language

Reader-Do the given  worksheet

Solve the quiz of Chapter 4 which is sent as google form.

Regards,

Surbhi Talwar

Highlights and Homework – 3rd October, 2017

Highlights and Homework – 3rd October, 2017

Day 4, Monday

Language: Summative assessment was conducted. 

Homework:

Language: Do the given worksheet.

Math: 

Solve the following word problem:
1) Every month a newspaper seller sells 34,679 newspapers and 16,794 magazines. What are his total sales during the month?
2) A shopkeeper had a stock of 758 food items in his shop during the beginning of the month. He sold 536 food items during the month. How many food items were left with him at the end of the month?
3) The monthly expense of Amar’s family is Rs. 45,678. The expense of Aryan’s family is Rs. 34,567 in a month. Which family spends more and how much?

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