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Math : Statistics and probability

## Math : Statistics and probability

Grade7 – All,G7 Cognizance,G7 Envisage,G7 Idea
Submission Date: Mon Feb 05 2018 00:00:00 GMT+0530 (IST)
Internet Required: Yes
Details: Dear students,
Expected Time: 40 minutes

Math : Simultaneous Equations

## Math : Simultaneous Equations

Submission Date: Mon Feb 05 2018 00:00:00 GMT+0530 (IST)
Internet Required: No
Details: Complete exercise 15D (Page 304) from Haese and Harries reference book in your math notebook with necessary steps.

Expected Time: 30 minutes

Math : Simultaneous Equations Word Problems

## Math : Simultaneous Equations Word Problems

Submission Date: Mon Feb 05 2018 00:00:00 GMT+0530 (IST)
Internet Required: No
Details: Solve the remaining questions of Ex. 13F (Page No. 309) from Haese and Harris book, except the last question (Q. 15) and Q.9. You do not have to solve these two questions. Solve the remaining ones in your math notebook with necessary steps. Kindly cross-check your answers as well without fail.
Expected Time: 35 minutes

International Mathematics : Significant Figures Worksheet

## International Mathematics : Significant Figures Worksheet

Submission Date: Mon Feb 05 2018 00:00:00 GMT+0530 (IST)
Internet Required: Yes
Details: Solve the Significant Figures worksheet uploaded on Google Classroom in your math notebook. NOTE: This homework is only for International Mathematics Core students.
Expected Time: 30 minutes

Math SL: Differential Calculus

## Math SL: Differential Calculus

Submission Date: Mon Feb 05 2018 00:00:00 GMT+0530 (IST)
Internet Required: No
Details: Solve Ex. 7Y and the Review Ex. of Unit 7 of Oxford Mathematics SL book in your math notebook
Expected Time: 60 minutes

Grade 2 – Results of Literary Event – JAM

## Grade 2 – Results of Literary Event – JAM

Dear all,

The 3 best performers for the literary event (JAM) are:

Explore – Priyansh, Jahan, Stasha

Think – Neishca, Nishika, Aarav

Invent – Shiv, Juzer, Shaunak

Dream –  Disha,  Neha, Dravya

Ponder –  Arjun, Eshaan, Vishwa

Wonder –  Sarvesh, Dev, Janhvi

Discover – Meet, Khush, Prisha

Create – Siona , Sanvi, Abhiraj

Congratulations to all the winners and a round of applause for all the participants.

Highlights and homework – Day 2 – February 2nd

## Highlights and homework – Day 2 – February 2nd

Math: Learners were introduced to word problems of addition and subtraction of like fractions.

Homework:

Language: Goals catered-

1-Discuss personality and behaviour of storybook characters, commenting on reasons why they might react in particular ways.

2-Use appropriate writing conventions

3- Use accurate grammar

Halvar, a Kind Giant.

Once there was a giant called Halvar. He lived in a huge stone house in the hills. Halvar was very poor because he gave most of what he had to help others. This made him happy.

One day, Halvar was sitting outside his house when a man came by leading a cow. The man’s clothes were ragged. The cow was so skinny that Halvar could see his ribs sticking out.

“ Hello” the man called out  to Halvar, “ Can you tell me if this road leads to the market?”

“ Yes, it does.”,  said Halver. “ Are you hoping to sell your cow?”

“Yes,” said the man, “although I‘m not too hopeful. You can see how thin she is. But I have no choice. My farm is not doing well and I need to eat”.

Halvar felt sorry for the man, “ I would like to help you, “ he said. “ Go home and put your cow back in the barn, in the morning, you will find seven goats in her place.”

The man could hardly believe his ears. But he had heard of Halvar’s kindness and decided to take a chance. He walked back home and put the cow in the barn.

The next morning, the man opened the barn door to find seven goats instead of the cow. From that time on, life got much better for the man. The goats gave him more milk than he could ever drink. He used some of the milk to make cheese and sold it for good price at the market. Soon, the man became very rich and forgot all about Halvar. Then, one day, He passed by Halver’s house again. This time he was riding a beautiful horse.

“ Hello,” Halver called out.” Come and chat with me for a while.”

“I haven’t got time”, said the man. “ Don’t you know that I am an important man in the village now?”

Sadly, Halvar watched the man ride away. But then he remembered how much he enjoyed giving things away and making people happy. He kept on being kind to others, no matter how they treated him.

Today, Halvar’s house still stands in the hills of Sweden. It is a place where children love to play.

The passage is adapted from-  Step up comprehension skills.

A- Understanding the texts.

1- Who are the main characters in the story?

2- What is the setting?

3- Why was Halvar poor?

B-Exploring the characters.

1- What according to you Halver value the most?

2- What do you think is the moral of the story?

C- Looking at language.

1- List down 3 dialogues from the story.

2- Find out transition words from the passage.

D- Taking it further.

1- What would you do if you were at the man’s place?

2- Complete the table to show the differences in the man’s action between his first and second meeting with Halvar.

 At first meeting At second meeting Stopped to chat with Halvar Led a cow

Math:

1. Solve in Math book –
 a) Radha has 3 red pens, 3 black pens and 6 blue pens. Write the fraction of red pen Radha has. b) Priya ate 19of the cake, while Siya ate59of the cake and Manish ate29of the cake.In total, what is the fraction of the cake all three ate all together? c) Mona read57of the magazine in morning,while at night she read27. What fraction of the magazine is left to read by her?
2. Solve mix bag – Mixed Bag – Cycle 25
Weekend Homework

## Weekend Homework

[Language]

Students read the story and retell the same in class.

[Math]

Solve the following word problems in Math HW notebook:

1. Mr. Shah’s trip lasted for 2 weeks and he arrived home on 17th January 2018. On what date did he leave?
2. Suhani started doing her homework at 4:30 pm and finished it in 25 minutes. At what time did she finish doing her homework?
3. A school is taking students on a trip to a bakery. The bus left the school at 7:25 am and reached the bakery at 8:20 am. How much time did it take for the school bus to reach the bakery?
4. How many days are left for 1st March 2018?

Regards,

Highlights and homework of the day – Day 2

## Highlights and homework of the day – Day 2

Language:

• Formative Assessment was conducted.
• LD- Week 18 Day 2 was discussed.

Homework:

• Solve mixed bags worksheet.
• LD- Week 18 Day 2 to be done.

Regards,

Shruti 🙂

Highlights of the week 29th Jan-2nd Feb

## Highlights of the week 29th Jan-2nd Feb

Circle Time:

PA- Introduction of syllables by counting/clapping/jumping/tapping

Word of the week: Needs

Drill: What do we need to grow? We need air, water and food to grow.

Rhyme:

Revision of all the Rhymes

Introduction of new rhyme-

“Ek Chhota Beej:

Ek chota beej zameen ke andar tha.

Ankh bandh karke woh soya rehta tha.

Tupur tupur baarish beej pe girti thi.

Sarakte sarakte sarakte woh sadak pe chala gaya.

Ek samay aaya suraj ne prakash daala.

Prakash ki kirne boli ab bahut so liya.

Beej ne lee angadayee, phir wo uth gaya.

Idhar udhar dekh kar woh naachne laga.

Aaj ye paudha vruksh mein gaya badal.

Aas paas gaanvo mein woh chaanv dene laga.

Haan,haan, chaanv dene laga.”

Language:

Revision: letter sounds and blending.

Introduction of new letter- ‘x’ through a story.
Jolly phonics song for letter ‘x’ and starfall.com
Circling and tracing of letter ‘x’

Introduction of new tricky word- ‘when’.
Revision of tricky words – live, give, little, what, down
Blending of words- box, fox, six, next.

Math:

Revision of all the concepts through activities and learning centers (greater than-lesser than, tens and ones, backward counting, before and after numbers)

Introduction of ‘18’ through a story, circling and tracing, fireflies book and tens and ones game.

UOI:

Transdisciplinary theme: Sharing the planet.

Central Idea: Plants sustain life on Earth and play a role in our lives.

Discussion on needs of plants, students had grown a plant in a small as well as big pot.

Formative assessment of needs of plants was taken.

Life skills- Read aloud- ‘Some parts are not for sharing’.

Through this read aloud life skills were discussed. Learners were given the knowledge about the private parts of the body with its scientific names.

Homework:

Language: Reflection sheet of letter ‘x’.

Math:  Math booklet term 1 (Page no- 25 & 26)

Dear parents,

We have an open house on Saturday, 3rd February from 7:30 AM to 9:00 AM. Parents need to book an appointment if they wish to meet the HRT.

Have a happy weekend! 🙂

Regards,

Jr KG Team.