### Browsed byDay: February 1, 2018

Highlights and Homework – 01/02/2018

## Highlights and Homework – 01/02/2018

Dear Parents,

Language

Students took up the formative assessment of ‘Comprehension’ by reading chapter 9 from their reader and answering a few questions.

Math

Students practiced ordering fractions and unpacked the central idea for the fraction unit.

Homework

Math

Students have to solve the following in their Math notebook:

Q.1 Order the following fractions in ascending and descending order:

• 1/3,  3/4,  5/12
• 4/5,  1/3,  5/15

Q.2 Compare the following fractions and put the correct sign (>, < and =):

• 1/2  ____ 1/3
• 6/12 ____ 4/5
• 2/3 ____ 4/6

Q.3 Complete the following to make equivalent fractions:

• 9/12  = ___/8
• 6/8 = 3/___
• 12/30 = ___/60

Regards,
Pinky Shah

Homework

## Homework

Dear parents,

Homework:

Math

http://allrecipes.com/recipe/8395/eggless-chocolate-cake-ii/

# Eggless Chocolate Cake II

Look at the cake recipe and answer the following questions:

•  Looking at the recipe identify a mixed fraction given:
• What does the mix fraction mean explain in a sentence.
• Look at the image carefully. How many people can this recipe serve?
•  If we have to use the same recipe to serve 48 people:
• How much “sifted all purpose flour” is required?
• How much salt is required?

Arrange the following fractions in ascending order:

a) 1/4 , 2/8 , 4/16 , 20/80

b) 2/12 , 3/9 , 10/70 , 3/4

c) 1/12, 4/7 , 2/4 , 12/12

Stars of the day: Prisha Mehta (writing an exceptional narrative piece) and Zoyaan Jariwala ( for showing progress and great efforts in math in addition to writing an exceptional narrative piece in language)

Quotes  Poems of the day:

Poem by Twishi Ruchandani:

Poem by Kavya Shah:

Regards,

Fatema topiwala

Highlights and Homework of 1-2-2018 ( Day-1)

## Highlights and Homework of 1-2-2018 ( Day-1)

Star of the day- Mosam Patel 🙂

[Highlight Of The Day]

Math

Students practised Fractions and clarified their doubts.

Language

Students comprehended and completed chapter 8- A nest of crooks and gangsters of  the reader ” Chitty Chitty Bang Bang”

Homework

[Unit Of Inquiry]

Write and explain any one ritual and tradition of your culture ( family) and also explain the reason or importance behind following that  ritual and tradition. You may stick a picture or draw in your scrap book.

Note- Parents please support students with their Homework and help them to understand your culture.

With Regards,

Dimple Deshpande

Have A Great Day!

Homework for 1st February 2018

## Homework for 1st February 2018

Math

Reduce the following fractions to its lowest form:

1. 2 / 24
2. 15 / 105
3. 36 / 96
4. 50 / 75

Find 2 equivalent fractions for the following:

1. 2/6
2. 7/9
3. 14/15
4. 6/18

Master the skills by using following links :

[Unit Of Inquiry]

Introspect your own identity and get 10 unknown facts about your own/ favorite culture. Wear your thinking hat and let the researcher come out of the box.

Have a productive day 🙂

Highlight and Homework – 1st February, 2018

## Highlight and Homework – 1st February, 2018

Dear Parents,

Day 1

Star of the day: Shrey Goyal and Pranshu Patel ( for being committed to growth )

Highlights:

Language:

Students appeared for an FA on chapter 9 of the reader where after reading and comprehending they were supposed to answer the questions.

UOI:

Read aloud was done to the students on the book “The keeping quilt” by Patricia P. Students had to identify the beliefs, values, rituals, traditions and the artefact introduced in the story and jot it in the quadrant in the UOI book.

Homework:

UOI: Students will discuss with their family the traditions they follow and share it in class the next day.

Math:

Students have to solve the following in their Math notebook:

a) Compare the following fractions and put the correct sign:

• 1/2  ___  1/3
• 3/5 ___ 3/4
• 3/6 ___  1/2
• 2/3 ___ 3/4

b) Complete these fractions so that they are equivalent:

• 1/2 =  ___/10
• 10/30 = ___ /3
• 3/4 = ___/8
• 2/3 = ___/21

c) Arrange the following fractions in ascending and descending order:

• 2/3,  4/5,  3/7
• 1/5,  6/7,  2/4

Regards,

Malvika Gandhi

Highlights of the day 1st February,2018

## Highlights of the day 1st February,2018

Day 1, Thursday.

Proverb for the day :

“A journey of a thousand  miles begins with a single step.”

UOI:

Read aloud of the book “The Keeping Quilt” by Patricia Polaco was done. Students made connections with the key concepts and LOI’s.

Later, students appeared for the formative assessment.

Homework:

UOI:

Mention your Rituals and make connections with the values and beliefs attached to it.

Math:

Play the game:

https://www.mathgames.com/skill/4.53-choose-the-equivalent-fraction-up-to-twentieths

HW for 1st Feb, 2018

## HW for 1st Feb, 2018

Math:

Complete the following worksheet in your graph NB/Math NB:

Homework for 1st Feb

Lang:

Complete final publishing of the persuasive letter done in the class today.

Dictation:

2. Learn the spellings and write the meanings for the same of the following words for Dictation in your language NB. Dictation will be taken on Day 3, 5th February.

 1 flabbergast 2 anatomy 3 quench 4 magnitude 5 obnoxious 6 devastation 7 diagnosis 8 contagious 9 monotonous 10 leisure

NOTE: Tomorrow in the Library slot you need to issue a book for February book review. Hence make sure you get the books to be returned as well as your id card to school tomorrow.

Have a great day!! 🙂

Homework of 1st February, 2018

## Homework of 1st February, 2018

Homework

Language:

• Write summary of chapters 20 and  21 in the Google Doc shared with you.

Math: Solve the following in your Math notebook:

1. I watched ⅗ of a movie. What percentage of the movie did I see?
2. The price of the new Playstation is Rs. 15,000. Jeet got a 20% discount. How much did Jeet pay for the Playstation?
3. Manish sells 100 pizzas per day. 25% of the pizzas sold by Manish do not have a cheese topping. How many pizzas with cheese topping does Manish sell in 2 days?
4. Increase 300 litre by 12%
5. Increase of 15% on 500
6. Decrease of 25% on 125

Congratulations 🙂