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Highlights and homework – Day 5 – December 22nd

Highlights and homework – Day 5 – December 22nd

Math: Learners were introduced to ‘Least Common Multiple’. Later, they solved the sums in their notebook independently using the tabular method.

Language Writing: Learners were asked to close their eyes and listen to the excerpts from the stories narrated by the teacher. Later, they discussed the images they could visualise and the words from the stories which helped them visualise the stories.



  1. Solve the worksheet.
  2. Stick the sensory words in writing notebook. a) Underline the adjectives and circle the movement words for the rest of the senses by watching this video.
  3. Stick the worksheet of the below passage provided to you in your language writing book and perform the following actions:Adjectives – circle, adverbs- underline, strong verbs – box, simile – wavy line and colour sensory details: sight – red, smell – black, sound – green, feel – blue, taste – pink.

    The welcome scent of coffee wafts through the air, calling to my weary legs to come take a rest. A metallic table reflects the sun, almost blinding me for a second. As I take a seat, I am surrounded by mountains of plastic and paper bags. The sun has heated the chair and it feels comforting and warm. I look around for a waitress for taking my order.

    Birds swoop in from every direction, hoping for a stray crumb to feast on. The pavements are covered with squabbling, pecking pigeons. They fight over the smallest speck of what may, or may not even be food. Children run at them, squealing with pleasure as they scramble off into the air, leaving their treasure behind.

    The noise from the traffic invades my thoughts. Lorries making deliveries, clattering and banging as the drivers empty their cargo without a care. The heavy smell of exhaust fumes fills my nostrils and I long to inhale the sweet aroma of my coffee. The street seems to be getting busier. More people, carrying more bags, spending more money. The café in comparison seems as calm as the child in deep slumber. We patiently sit and wait for our orders, courteously nodding at each other, if we happen to catch someone’s eye. Empty tables are strewn with cups and packaging. Coffee or tea spilt on the gleaming metallic surface degrades the look of the café. My coffee arrives and everything else disappears. Just me, my thoughts and my beautiful Choco latte.

    The passage is taken from-


  1. Find the LCM of: a) 30 and 40     b)     45 and 60      c) 12 and 6     Challenge: 15 and 75
  2. Complete the Math Mixbag homework.
Parent Interaction with FS alumni

Parent Interaction with FS alumni

Dear Parents,

We have scheduled a moderated interaction with the students of Class of 2016 & 2017 on 28th Dec, 2017 as some of the parents had requested an interaction session with our alumni to know about their experiences in the journey of being an FS & IB student; how it is helping them in their college studies in India and abroad and also to understand the placement process. The venue is X-Box and timings are 11.00 am to 12.30 pm.
Please note that this session is open to all the parents. Please write to us in case of any query at
Fountainhead School


Dear parents and mini artists,


Highlights of the week:

Math: The little geniuses learned the concept of HCF and LCM through various learning engagements. At some days they constructed the meaning on others they transfer the meaning using formula.

UOI: UOI opened the doors to some heated arguments and enriching discussions about the messages presented by the media(Reflection). They also understood how we all react to these messages differently (Perspective).

Language: Chitty Chitty Bang Bang took them on an adventures ride. We flew over castles, oceans and heart-stealing beaches. The students adapted the roles of a “Book Critic”. Where they analyzed the writing style of the author as well as pondering over the story.

Students worked towards strengthening their skills of understanding sensory words in a passage. This reflection will support them to write stronger narratives.

Book review was also a part of this crazy roller-coaster of a week.

Much due appreciation to Parent of Prisha Mehta- Mr. Suchen Mehta and Parent of Hitansh Savani – Mrs. Grishma Savani for being a part of our book review. We love to see your pleasant faces. Thank you once again!




  1. Language worksheet to be completed.
  2. Read Chitty Chitty Bang Bang-Chapter 6 using the strategy “Reading like a writer”. (Create the grid in your language notebook)
    Process ( Thinking) Craft (Writing )



Math: Solve in Math homework notebook

Q:1 Answer the following questions and verbalise your thinking:

  1. Which type of graph would best to show the number of students in each grade?

Pie graph                                                        Line graph

Pictograph                                                       Bar graph


Q:2 State whether the following statements are true or false. Justify your answer


  1. A pictograph is used to show and compare data about different categories, or groups. ___________
  2. A line graph is a graphical display of information that changes continuously over time. ________
  3. Bar graphs are used to compare things between different groups or to track changes over time.___________
  4. There is no difference between pie chart and pictograph.__________


Q:3 Jay started a new fitness program. As part of the program, he counted the push-ups that he did everyday. Draw a line graph and  answer the following questions.


Days Number of push-ups
Day 1 10
Day 2 17
Day 3 23
Day 4 25
Day 5  30



  • How many push-ups did Jay did in all 5 days?
  • Find the difference between  Day 2 and Day 3.
  • Jay made the most progress between Day_______ and Day________.
  • Find the average of push-ups.


Students of the Day: Suhaan Bhatia (Math class participation), Devina Jindal (Math & Language participation), Kaniska Virani, Raihan Patel, Twishi Ruchandani, Hitansh Jain and Jal Gajjar ( for being responsible leaders)

Quote of the day:

Image result for think quote


Have a fabulous weekend Amingos!

Your faithfully,

Fatema Topiwala

Highlights of the week (18th to 22nd December)

Highlights of the week (18th to 22nd December)

Circle Time

Phonological Awareness – Various activities to enhance listening skills

Words of the week: Tolerance

Morning message: I accept others for who they are.

Revision of all the Rhymes

Introduction of rhyme: Jingle Bells, Jingle Bells..


Read aloud: Jr. KG monthly read aloud list.

Revision of sounds and blending of letters g, o, u, l, f, b

Introduction: letter ‘j’ through Jolly phonics story

Blending: jet, jog, jam, jab, jug, jig, jot, jump, just, jail

Jolly Phonics song:

Read aloud : My ‘j’ book

Assessment of tricky words.


Introduction: 2D and 3D shapes (Rectangle and Cube)

Introduction: Number 14

Revision of ‘tens’ and ‘ones’ concept.


TDT: How we express ourselves.
Central Idea: Stories are told in a variety of ways for different purposes.

Learning Engagement: Students were shown two videos. After watching the videos, we had a discussion on different purposes of telling stories.
Link of videos:

Also, we made a ‘Frog’ as a part of ‘Art and Craft’ activity.

Important Note-
Kindly send objects for ‘Show and Tell’ activity.
Language- Objects from ‘j’ sound.
Math- Cuboid shaped objects.

Language: Tricky words book pg. no- 19 and Coloring sheet of ‘j’.
Math: Math Booklet Term 2- Page no- 48

Happy Weekend!! 🙂
Jr.KG Team.

Homework for the weekend- 22nd December 2017

Homework for the weekend- 22nd December 2017

Complete the mix bag homework posted by Chandni ma’am on blog.


Solve the following worksheet in your Math notebook:-

Mixed problems


Complete the ‘Informed choices’ worksheet given to you in the classroom. In case you have any doubt, you can seek your parents’ help to understand it better.

Go through the following links:-




Dear parents,

Here’s a wonderful opportunity knocking at the door! It’s about an Art and Calligraphy exhibition happening on 23rd, 24th, and 25th December at Dilip Paresh Rotary hall, Nanpura, Surat.  And this gives grade 5 students a chance to explore and articulate one of the most popular art form. Since it is well connected with our ongoing unit on Arts, we request all the parents to take their ward to this exhibition and help them explore the unique features of this particular art.

Here are the details:

Exhibition time :23rd Dec. 2017 between 4:00 pm to 9:00 pm

                                 24th-25th Dec.2017 between 9:00 am to 9:00 pm

Exhibition venue: Dilip Paresh Rotary hall,art gallery , Timaliyawad, Nanpura, Surat.

Highlights of the week – 18th to 22nd December

Highlights of the week – 18th to 22nd December

Circle Time:

Revision of all the rhymes was done.

Words of the week:

Revolution, revolve, orbit.

Phonological Awareness :

Various phonological awareness activities were done.

Read aloud:

Read alouds from Sr. KG monthly read aloud list.



  • Introduction of numbers from 91-99. (forward and backward)
  • Writing of Number names 81-90 (1 time) in Math notebook.
  • Introduction of the 3D shape CONE.
  • VA activity of Christmas tree was conducted.
  • Revision of all mathematical concepts done till date through centers.(Quantification, Before/After numbers, middle numbers, ascending order, skip counting by 2 and 5, patterns (4 attributes)



  • Introduction of the tricky words after, every, mother, father was done and writing the same 3 times in notebook.
  • Introduction of the digraph “ch” and “sh” was done.
  • Revision of digraph “ie”, “ee”, “or”, “ng” and “oo” through language centers.
  • Reading time from Cambridge Readers.



(Rotation and Revolution)

TDT : How the world works

Central Idea : The Earth’s natural cycles influence the activity of living things.

  • Introduction of revolution and seasons.
  • Impact of revolution.
  • Formative assessment of ‘rotation’ was conducted.
  • Revision of the following vocabulary: Equator, axis, Northern hemisphere, Southern hemisphere, poles, rotation.




Write the following ‘ch’ words (2 times) in the notebook:

chain, chin, chat, children, chess, chest, chips, check, chimp, chop, rich, much, such, bench, drench, pinch, bunch, lunch, munch, speech, torch


Math: Write the number names from 71-90 once in the notebook.

(Kindly follow the CW format)


Important points :

  • Please note that the reading magic books will be issued on Tuesday.
  • Kindly ensure revision of taught concepts in Math.
  • Kindly ensure daily revision of tricky words (reading and writing).
  • Kindly conduct read aloud everyday.
  • Give writing practice for the taught number names (One to Ninety only).


Have a fantabulous weekend !

Merry Christmas and a Happy Christmastide !


Sr. KG  Team.

Homework of 22nd December

Homework of 22nd December


UOI: Complete the ‘Informed choices’ worksheet given in class.

Student who have still not reflected on the ‘By Popular Demand’ article, read the article and reflect on using the following link –

Reading log: Those of you who have not given the review for December month, work on it. The review will be done in the coming week.

Goals: A reminder to work on your goals and gather evidence in your Goal book.

Mixed bag homework to be done in mixed bag notebook.

Merry Christmas to all of you. Have a great weekend!!