## Integrated Humanities : Question answers

Submission Date: Sun Mar 11 2018 00:00:00 GMT+0530 (IST)
Internet Required: Yes
Details: The details of the homework is given on the Google classroom.
Expected Time: 40 minutes

Math : Intercepts

## Math : Intercepts

Submission Date: Sat Mar 10 2018 00:00:00 GMT+0530 (IST)
Internet Required: No
Details: Complete exercise 14D (Page no. 288) from Haese book in your math notebook/graph book.

Expected Time: 20 minutes

Highlights and homework – Day 1 – March 9th

## Highlights and homework – Day 1 – March 9th

Students were briefed about the annual performance “Celebration of learning”. Students recollected all the learning so far. Later they brainstormed about performance and further voluntarily selected their preferences for working on script.

Homework:

Celebration: Students will do extensive research on the assigned performance and find out ways to make it better.

UOI: Complete Seesaw activity.

Note – The portfolio has been sent across with students. Kindly go through their Math S.A and UOI RAFT model (evidence for the unit) and their end of the unit comment. Kindly, sign it and send it back by Monday.

Homework for 9th March, 2018

## Homework for 9th March, 2018

[Homework]

[Math]

Look for a small object in your house which is either of square, rectangle or triangle shape. Find its perimeter(in cm) and bring the object in school.

Also bring a scale and crayons.

Recap of the Day 1 – 09/03/18

## Recap of the Day 1 – 09/03/18

UOI:

Students continued their Summative Assessment task.

Math:

Teacher role modeled the Long division method of Division on the board and students practiced the same in their notebook.

Language:

The 18th chapter – ‘A Surprising Visitor’ of the reader ‘The Magic Faraway Tree’  was read followed by oral discussion.

Homework:

UOI: Complete your presentation task and be prepared for the presentation tomorrow.

Language:

1.  Why had the old lady who lived in the Shoe House decided to live in the Moon-Face’s house?
2.  What changes did she make in the Moon-Face’s house?
3.  Did Moon-Face like the changes the old lady had made in his house? Would you like if some outsider comes and make changes in your room without your permission and why?
Highlights of the week 5th-9th March

## Highlights of the week 5th-9th March

Circle Time:

Revision of all the rhymes done till date.

Math:

• Revision of all the mathematical concepts done till date.

Language:

• Revision of ‘qu, ch, sh, oi, ue’ digraphs was done.

UOI:

• TDT- Sharing the Planet.
• Central Idea- Animals adapt to survive in their natural habitat.

Introduction of grassland animals was done.

Field Trip to Zoo

Homework:

• Language: Write the following ‘er’ words (2 times) in the notebook:

summer, dinner, ladder, sister, stronger, blender, litter, printer, winter, letter, duster, herb, helicopter

• MathNumber fly book, page numbers: 41,56,57, 58

Important points :

• Please note that the library books will be issued on Monday and ensure that you return the books on time.
• Every Wednesday is a fruit day.
• Kindly ensure revision of taught concepts in Math.
• Kindly ensure daily revision of tricky words (reading and writing).
• Kindly conduct at least one read aloud everyday.
• Give writing practice for the taught number names (One to Ninety nine only).

Have a nice weekend!

Highlights of the week-5th March to 9th March

## Highlights of the week-5th March to 9th March

Circle Time:

Phonological Awareness:

Revision: Rhyming words

Identifying the initial and final sound of the spoken words.

Counting words in the sentence.

Word of the week: cereals and pulses

Morning message: We get cereals and pulses from the plants.

Rhyme:

Revision of all the Rhymes.

Introduction of a new rhyme:

Brown seeds
Little brown seeds so small and round,
Are you sleeping quietly underground?
Down come the raindrops,
Sprinkle, sprinkle, sprinkle.
Out comes the rainbow,
Twinkle, twinkle, twinkle.
Little brown seeds way down below,
Up through the earth,
They grow, grow, grow.
Little green leaves come one by one.
And look at the sun.

http://granny7xsthought.blogspot.in/2010/03/collection-of-poems.html?m=1

Language:

Revision : Letter sounds, blending and reading tricky words.

Summative Assessment: Recognition/writing of letters, Reading tricky words

Math:

Revision : All the concepts through activities and learning centers (Seriation, pattern, greater/less than, tens and ones, backward/forward counting and before/after numbers)

Formative assessment: Greater than /less than, seriation, pattern.

UOI:m

Transdisciplinary theme: Sharing the planet.

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

Students were given an opportunity to talk(enhance their communication skills) about the diorama/model of plants/trees created by them in front of their peers.

Graphic organiser and KWL chart was updated.

Formative assessment: Clay activity- Products we derive from plants.

Homework:

Language: Tricky words booklet- page number 22

Math:       Booklet -page number 9 & 15

Important Note:  We shall start with “Pool Time” from next week.  So, kindly send swimming costume and a towel in the plastic bag on Monday, 12th March, 2018.

Happy Weekend!!

Regards

Jr. KG Team

Highlights of the day 09-03-18

## Highlights of the day 09-03-18

Day 1

UOI

Assessment was conducted.

Homework

UOI

Have a lovely day:)

Highlights of the day 9th March 2018

## Highlights of the day 9th March 2018

Day 1 Friday

UOI: Assessment was conducted.

Homework:

Have a lovely day:)

Highlights of the week : 5th March to 9th March

## Highlights of the week : 5th March to 9th March

Circle Time :

Introduction to the rhyme:

Slip one and two

Slip one and two

Jump three and four

Turn around swiftly

Sit down on the floor

Clap one and two

Nod three and four

Jump up again

-By Anonymous

Read aloud of the following books:

1. Count with Maisy by Lucy Cousins
2. There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed A Bat? By Lucille Colandro
3. Don’t Cut My Hair! By Hans Wilhelm
4. Puppy’s Garden Game illustrated by Duck Egg Blue
5. The Three Little Pigs by Jon Scieszka and Lane Smith
6. Monkey puzzle by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler

UOI:

Central idea: Animals and people interact in different ways in different contexts.

• Revision of types of animals.

UOI:

Central idea: We play to explore and have fun.

• FMS: Transferring water using ink dropper
• Bowling game

Language:

• Picture talk.
• Revision of pre writing strokes.

Math:

• Introduction  of cuboid shape
• Revision of patterns by shapes , size and colour

Homework:

Visual Skills : Match and colour similar shape.

Note:

• Kindly share your child’s reflection through daily diary, so we can display it on the action board.

Regards,

Nursery Team