### Browsed byDay: June 14, 2018

Highlights of the day 14-06-18

## Highlights of the day 14-06-18

Day 3

Homework

Language and Math

Complete the given worksheets.

Create your own personal Mission Statement keeping in mind how do you want to see yourself at the end of this academic year. It has to be in present tense.

Happy Weekend 🙂

Homework 14/06/2018

## Homework 14/06/2018

Language-

1. Write  three rhyming words for each word given below in  language notebook.
ball, rat, jump, star and pin

Example : ball – tall, mall, call.

rat- bat, mat, sat.

Math

Do as directed in math notebook.

1.Write number names for 92,14,88.
2.Mention after, before and between numbers for the following:
____26,  89___,  59___61
3. Put the correct sign (<,>,=) for the following numbers:
45___45, 76__98, 11__10

4.Write days of the week.

Regards

Highlights of the day 14-06-18

## Highlights of the day 14-06-18

Day 3 – Thursday.

• Attitudes were discussed and illustrated through some role play in the class by students.
• Revision of parsing, similes and alliterations.
• Language and math summer homework (objectives) were discussed and checked as a class.

Homework:

• Math: Solve the given worksheet.
• Language: Complete the given worksheet.

Note: Students have a holiday tomorrow.

Have a great weekend!

Highlights of the day 14/06/2018

## Highlights of the day 14/06/2018

Day 3 Thursday

• Attitudes were discussed.

Homework

• Solve the given Math and Language worksheet.

Have a good day!

Math Studies SL: Practice questions of Logic

## Math Studies SL: Practice questions of Logic

Submission Date: Mon Jun 18 2018 00:00:00 GMT+0530 (IST)
Internet Required: Yes
Details: You are expected to solve the following questions from exercise 9D (Pg no. 389 , 390 – Oxford Book)

Q. 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
Expected Time: 60 minutes

Math resources for revision

## Math resources for revision

Dear students,
Following is the list of resources you need to go through so as to revise the learned concepts under Math:-
Fractions

Decimals
International Mathematics : Weekend HW

## International Mathematics : Weekend HW

Submission Date: Mon Jun 18 2018 00:00:00 GMT+0530 (IST)
Internet Required: Yes
Details: Dear Learners,
Kindly refer Google Classroom for the details of weekend HW.
Have a great weekend!!!

Regards,
Swati
Expected Time: 30 minutes

Math : Weekend HW

## Math : Weekend HW

Submission Date: Mon Jun 18 2018 00:00:00 GMT+0530 (IST)
Internet Required: Yes
Details: Dear Learners,
You are suppose to solve the worksheet posted in google classroom as weekend HW in your Math notebook. We will discuss this in the class on Monday.
Google classroom Code for Envisage: nt7f0xz
Vision: t54n01
Have a great weekend!!!

Regards,
Swati
Expected Time: 20 minutes

Highlights of the week 11th to 14th June.

## Highlights of the week 11th to 14th June.

Circle Time

Rhymes

Good morning

1)Morning has come, night is away,

Rise with the sun and welcome the day

Good morning.

Subeh hui, Raat dhali,

Uth jao sab, Din ka swagat kare,

2) Good morning dear Earth,

Good morning dear Sun,

Good morning to the stones

And flowers every one

Good morning dear animals

And the birds in the tree,

Good morning to you all

And good morning to me ……

3) Each like a petal of one great flower,

that closes at night and unfolds with the light.

Down is the earth,

Up is the sky.

Here are my friends and here am I…..

……by anonymous

Word of the week:

Meditation

Phonological Awareness :

Rhyming words

MATH:

• Revision of numbers from 1-20 including other mathematical concepts : forward counting, backward counting, before and after numbers, place value and greater than ,less than , equal to.
• Revision of patterns with two attributes and pre math concepts.

LANGUAGE:

• Revision of letter sounds, formation and association of sounds with pictures of cluster 1:

 s a t i p n

Homework:

Math and language worksheet.

Have a fantastic weekend !

Regards,

Sr. KG  Team.

Home Visits

## Home Visits

Dear parents,

We introduced home visits formally in senior school in the last academic year and it has proved to be an important milestone in helping teachers connect with the students and their families.

Most parents have warmly welcomed this idea and we look forward to your support for this initiative, this year as well.

As mentioned earlier, home visits is a platform that will help the teachers interact with  you, understand your goals and aspirations for your child, the relationship the child shares with the parents, siblings and other family members; the environment back at home, the kind of upbringing and exposure the child has, the schedule of the child etc.

This will help teachers connect better with the students and their families and will help in developing the right approach for planning the way forward in guiding and mentoring the students.

Mentor teachers of your ward will seek your appointment through a phone call for a mutually convenient time – before or after school, or on weekends. The teachers will be visiting your home for approximately 45 mins and it would be desirable if they could meet all the family members (all the members who stay in the house) and interact with them along with the student being there.

Parents are not expected to offer anything to the teachers. You may offer tea, coffee, lemonade, buttermilk etc. out of geniality.

We believe that you will support the school in this endeavor in taking  a step forward towards knowing your child better and forging a way ahead towards his/her bright future.

Regards,

Bhumika Parmar