### Browsed byDay: June 26, 2018

Highlights of the day 26-06-18

## Highlights of the day 26-06-18

Day 4

UOI

The students were tuned into the new unit through a read-aloud of the book “Not a Box” by Antoinette Portis.

Homework

Math

Task 1 -Write the multiplication tables of 8 and 9.

Task 2 – Solve the following multiplication sums.

a) 48 x 8

b) 36x 4

c) 65 x 7

d) 34 x 6

e) 54 x 5

Bonus –  (Opional)

1. 98 x 6
2. 79 x 4
3. 88 x 8

Have a great evening 🙂

Highlights of the day – 26/6/18

## Highlights of the day – 26/6/18

Unit Of Inquiry:

Students were tuned into the new unit through a read aloud of the book ‘Not a box’ by Antoinette Portis followed by an activity.

Homework:

Math:

• Learn tables 2 to 9

Solve the following sums:

a) 25 x 6

b) 87 x 9

c) 36 x 4

d) 25 x 6

e) 39 x 9

f) 6003 – 5,174

g) 3,853 – 1,234

h) 9,203 – 3,957

i) 8,732 – 5659

j) 4,959 – 2,358

Regards,
Megha Chhatiawala

Grade 6 Deliberate – 26th June’18

## Grade 6 Deliberate – 26th June’18

Homework

ICT

Watch the following video till the end so as to know the basic essentials of E-mail writing:-

Now, you need to draft and send a mail to your Home Room Teacher keeping in mind all the points mentioned in the video. Enter your parent’s school e-mail ID in CC section. Through this mail, you need to inform your Home Room Teacher that you will not be able to attend the school for next 2 days due to an unavoidable reason. Do not forget to mention the reason for your absence in the mail.

Note

Please bring an extra pair of clothes and footwear to be kept in the classroom for the rain dance.

Highlights & Homework of the day 26th June 2018

## Highlights & Homework of the day 26th June 2018

Day 4 Tuesday

Math:

• Learners practiced word problems of addition and subtraction.

UOI:

• Learners were tuned into the new unit through an activity.

Language:

• Dictation was conducted.
• Learners enhanced their reading comprehension skills through a passage.

Homework

Math:

Solve the following word problems:

1. The population of a village is 8375. The number of males is 4866. What is the number of females?
2. Dev has 2482 stamps. He has 675 fewer stamps than Jai. How many stamps do they have in all?
3. A fruitseller sold 4500 oranges, 2475 apples, and 1585 bananas. How many fruits did he sell altogether?

Language:

Make sentences of the following words in your Language notebook.

1. imagine
2. express
3. create
4. extend
5. ability

Have a good day!

Highlights of the day 26-06-18

## Highlights of the day 26-06-18

Day 4

UOI

The students were tuned into the new unit through a read aloud of the book “Not a Box” by Antoinette Portis.

Homework

Math

Task 1 -Write the multiplication tables of 8 and 9.

Task 2 – Solve the following multiplication sums.

a) 48 x 8

b) 36x 4

c) 65 x 7

d) 34 x 6

e) 54 x 5

Bonus –  (Opional)

1. 98 x 6
2. 79 x 4
3. 88 x 8

Have a great evening 🙂

Homework for 26th June

## Homework for 26th June

Dear Students,

Keeping in mind the feedback given to you in the class, regarding sending an email, you need to complete the following task:
Task: Draft and send an email to your classmate, “topic to be chosen by you”.
Send the email to your classmate keeping your HRT in CC and yourself in BCC.
Things to include in the mail:
1. Insert an image
2. Insert a link(Text to display should be different)
3. Highlight/ Colour the font.
Regards
Nirja Thakkar

Highlights of the day – 26/06/18

## Highlights of the day – 26/06/18

Day 4

UOI:

Learners were tuned into the new unit through an activity. They enjoyed and demonstrated their creativity.

Language:

• Revision of singular and plural was done.
• Dictation was conducted.

Homework:

Language

Write the plural form of the following words.

1. paper
2. baby
3. child
4. mouse
5. knife
6. tooth
7. factory
8. orange
9. tomato
10. ox

Math:

• Write the ordinal number and ordinal number name of the following numbers.

a) 9          b) 15         c) 40          d) 11          e) 31

• Write any five odd numbers between 4,003 and 4,620
• Write any 5 even numbers between 8,555 and 8,883
Highlights of the day : 26th June

## Highlights of the day : 26th June

Students were tuned into the new unit through a read aloud of the book ‘Not a box’ by Antoinette Portis followed by an activity.

Homework:

Math:

• Learn tables 2 to 9

Solve the following sums:

a) 25 x 6

b) 87 x 9

c) 36 x 4

d) 6003 – 5,174

e) 3,853 + 1,234

Highlights of the day – 26/6/2018

## Highlights of the day – 26/6/2018

Unit Of Inquiry:

The students were tuned into the new unit through an activity.

Homework:

Task 1 : Write the number names:

a). 4,658

b). 8,790

c). 6,849

d). 5,753

e). 3,812

Task 2 : Arrange the numbers in ascending order:

a). 4,765 ; 4,876 ; 4,123 ; 4,987 ; 4,234

b). 3,654 ; 9,567 ; 9,234 ; 2,765 ; 4,657

Task 3: Arrange the numbers in descending order:

a). 7,875 ; 7,387 ; 7,908 ; 7,900 ; 7,657

b). 8,978 ; 4,785 ; 6,567 ; 6,589 ; 3,567

Task 4: Solve the following sums:

a). 9,203 – 3,957

b). 8,732 – 5659

c). 25 x 6

d). 39 x 9

e). 3,959 + 2,358

Important Note: * Each digit in each box.

* Leave one line and write.

Highlights and homework – 26th June 2018

## Highlights and homework – 26th June 2018

Day 4, Tuesday.

Dear Parents,

Star of the day – Gitesh Daswani and Mudita Patel

Highlights:

Students tunned into the Exploration unit through taking a Gallary walk. They observed various objects like maps, exploration tools, equipment and various books.

Homework:

UOI

• Paste a picture of the place or places you have travelled.
• Mention the name of the place.
• Write five lines describing the place (use simile and adjectives to enhance your writing).

Regards,

Manjeetkaur Khalsa