### Browsed byDay: February 6, 2018

Highlights and homework of the day – Day 4

## Highlights and homework of the day – Day 4

UOI: SHARING THE PLANET

• Students revised the renewable and non-renewable resources with examples. They wrote few key points in their UOI notebook.

Math:

• Students attempted challenging multiplication problems.

Language:

• LD- Week 18 Day 4 was discussed.
Homework: Solve the given word problems:

Vivaan has always been fond of studying rocks and minerals. He has a room full of books about and samples of the different types of rocks.
1. On a particular day, he went in the room to have a look at the mineral samples that he has arranged on the 7 different shelves in the room. If he has 65 samples of minerals on each shelf, how many mineral samples does he have?

2. He then decides to classify his rock collection into igneous, metamorphic and sedimentary. If each classification has 236 samples each, how many rocks does he have in all?

3. Vivaan went through his books as well. If he has 56 books in each of his 9 bookshelves, how many books does he have in all?

4. If the books were bought from 29 different countries that Vivaan had been to and he purchased 67 books from each country, how many books does he have in all?

5. Vivaan had 8 precious stones in his collection, which he sold to his friend owning a jewelry store. If the stones were sold at Rs. 785 each, how much total money did Vivaan earn?

Regards,

Shruti đź™‚

WALL OF FAME

## WALL OF FAME

Day 5 Tomorrow (7th February 2018)

## Day 5 Tomorrow (7th February 2018)

Dear Students,
Hope you enjoyed the Life Class scheduled today and from tomorrow we will be back to our regular working day.
Day 5 will be followed.
Regards,
WALL OF FAME- JANUARY

## WALL OF FAME- JANUARY

Congratulations to all the students ofÂ JrÂ KGÂ GREENÂ for getting on to the â€śWall of fameâ€ť. We appreciate and acknowledge the parents for meticulously following the reading oath.

Regards

Trishna Sarkar

Grade 5 Coalition – 6th February’18

## Grade 5 Coalition – 6th February’18

[Highlight Of The Day]

Students celebrated traditional food day to talk about their cultures with the students from Mount Litera International School, Mumbai.

Here are few glimpses of the same:

[Unit Of Inquiry]

Students took a step further in their learning by exploring different chracteristics of the Indus Valley Civilization like town planning, food, art and trade. They used the resource book named Smart Green Civilizations – Indus Valley.

To further enhance their understanding, they also watched a detailed video on the same. The link of the video has been uploaded on the Blendspace link, tile – 10.

Here are few glimpses of the same:

[Homework]

[Unit Of Inquiry]

A)Â  Watch the video posted on Blendspace, tile – 10 and revise your today’s session taken in class. You may choose to take notes of the important points while watching the video in the UOI notebook.

B)Â  Watch the videos posted on Blendspace link, tile 11 & 12. You need to take down points based on the provocation question given below. You need to take notes for both the videos separately as discussed in class.

Provocation question : What was/were the new thing/s you learnt about Indus Valley Civilization and their people after watching the video?

Homework – 6th February 2018

## Homework – 6th February 2018

Homework:

[Math]

Solve the following in the math notebook:

1. Nisha gives 1/3 pan of the brownies to Suman and 1/6 of the brownies to Pratik. What fraction of brownies did she give away?
2. Martha made two types of cookies. She used 2/3 cup of sugar for one recipe and 1/4 cup of sugar for the other. What fraction of sugar did she use in all?
3. Prisha walks 7/8 km to school. Heena walks 1/2 km to school. who walks more and by what fraction?
4. Tarun wants to complete 8/11 of the crossword today. He had already done 1/9 of the crossword. What fraction of the crossword is yet to be finished?

Regards,

ManjeetkaurÂ Khalsa

Highlights and homework – 6th February 2018

## Highlights and homework – 6th February 2018

Day 4 – Tuesday.

Math: Learners solved the worksheet related to the concept of multiplication.

UOI:

The unit was taken further and learners were introducedÂ to the definition of Natural resources. Later they understood how resources can be categorized as renewable and nonrenewable. They deepened their understanding by watching a video.

Homework:

Math: Solve the following word problems:

a. Dylan the Dog prepared 241 hotdog sticks in a brown bag. His father placed 426 more hotdog sticks in the same brown bag. How many hotdog sticks did Dylan and his father place in the brown bag?

b. Helenâ€™s mother brought 101 hotdogs. After a few hours, Dylanâ€™s mother arrived with 379 hotdogs. How many hot dogs do they have altogether?

c. Pinky made 147 miniature pumpkin pies for everyone and Helen made 56. How many miniature pies do they have in all?

UOI: Watch the video and revise the concept of renewable and nonÂ – renewable resources.

Have a good day! đź™‚

Highlights and homework – Day 4 – February 6th

## Highlights and homework – Day 4 – February 6th

UOI: Learners attempted formative assessment for the 1st and 2nd LOI – Significance of rituals and tradition’ and ‘How artefacts symbolize the beliefs and values. They listened to read aloud of the book ‘The Keep Quilt” by Patricia Polacco and made the connection to the LOIs.

Math: Learners practised addition and subtraction of like and unlike fractions.

Homework:

Math:

1. What fraction of the total is the goldfish if there are 5 goldfish and 8 painted fish?
2. Rajesh used 10 white balloons, 16 green balloons and 15 Orange balloons for the republic day party. What is the fractions white balloon? What is the fraction of green and orange balloon together?
3. Dan completed 2 / 5 of Tuesday’s crossword and 8 / 9 of Wednesday’s crossword. In total, what fraction of these crosswords did Dan finish?
4. Alyssa has to read 2 books for school. Alyssa read 7 / 12 of the first book on Tuesday, and 1 / 2 of the second book on Monday. What total fraction of these two books has Alyssa read?
5. Sara has 1 / 2 of last week’s allowance and 8 / 9 of this week’s allowance. How much allowance in total does Sara have left?
6. Sumit drove the car for 10/13 hours and Joy drove the car for 10/19 hours. Who drove the car for the longest? Sumit or Joy and by what fraction?
7. Amanpreet took 2/7 beads out of a box and Pratibha took out 1/3 of the beads. What fraction of the beads were taken out from the box in total?

Language: Complete transition word worksheet for day 4.

UOI:

1. Revisit ‘Energy unit’ learning for tomorrow’s Google hangout session with the school from Pakistan.
2. Frame the questions you would like to ask related to our current unit.
Highlights and Homework – 06/02/2018

## Highlights and Homework – 06/02/2018

Dear Parents,

[Language]

Students comprehended the story â€śThe magic glassesâ€ť and filled up the Story Element Strip grid.

[Math]

Students learned and solved fraction word problems based onÂ unlike fractions.

Unit Of Inquiry:

Students presented their research work in the class.

[Homework]

Students have to solve the following in their Math notebook:

• Amy ran 2/3 of the marathon while Nisha ran 4/5 of a marathon. Who ran farther and by what fraction?

• Tia is preparing theÂ soup. She fills 1/5 of the pot with water and 12/15 of the pot with mixed vegetables. What fraction of the pot is full? What fraction of the pot is still empty?

• Alisha and Jiya bought pizzas together to share. Alisha ate 1/8 of the pizza. Jiya ate 3/6 of the pizza. What fraction of pizza did they eat altogether?

• What fraction of the total is the goldfish if there are 5 goldfish and 8 painted fish?

• Rajesh used 10 white balloons, 16 green balloons and 15 Orange balloons for the republic day party. What is the fractions white balloon? What is the fraction of green and orange balloon together?

• Amanpreet took 2/7 of yellowÂ  beads out of a box and Pratibha took out 1/3 of the red beads. What fraction of the beads were taken out from the box in total?

For extra practice:

• Sumit drove the car for 10/13 hours and Joy drove the car for 10/19 hours. Who drove the car for the longer? Sumit or Joy and by what fraction?

Regards,
Pinky Shah

Today’s Math H.W