Highlights of the day 12-7-18

Highlights of the day 12-7-18

Day 4

Math

  • The mathematical concept of arranging numbers in ascending and descending order was revised with 5 digit numbers through bus stop activity.
  • Students revised the mathematical concept of Skip counting through an engaging activity.

Homework

Math

  1. Read the following numbers and write number names:

a) 56,000             b) 85,269                 c) 50,007                   d) 98,981

2. Write a predecessor and successor of the following numbers:

a) 20,010              b) 18,898                 c) 43,545                    d) 23,499

3. Write expanded form of the following numbers:

a) 45,890              b) 65,009                c) 50,000                    d) 34,567

A. Compare the numbers by putting an appropriate sign (‘<’, ‘>’ or ‘=’)

a) 10,675 _____ 10,965                          b) 45,987 _____ 67,345

c) 35,899 _____ 36,987                         d) 38,666 _____ 83,666

e) 40,002 _____ 31,400                        f) 9,800 _____ 98,000

B. Expand the following numbers:

a) 49,875                b) 38,006                c) 47,810                 d) 54,855                e) 60, 417

C. A factory manufactured 35,000 pens in the month of January. Due to a breakdown of one machine, the factory could make only 30,500 pens in the month of February. Can you write both the numbers in expanded form?

D. Read the table given below and answer the questions:

Month                                                          No. of T-Shirts exported

January                                                              25,678

February                                                            32,906

March                                                                 32,625

April                                                                    32,906

May                                                                     25,667

1. Compare the T-shirts manufactured during the month of January and May by putting an appropriate sign (‘<‘, ‘>’, ‘=’).

2. Compare the T-shirts manufactured during the month of February and April by putting an appropriate sign (‘<‘, ‘>’, ‘=’).

3. Also, compare the T-shirts manufactured during the month of March and April by putting an appropriate sign (‘<‘, ‘>’, ‘=’)

4. Write the no. of T-shirts manufactured in the month of April in words.

5. Write the no. of T-shirts manufactured in the month of January in expanded form.

6. While packing the T-shirts in the month of March, it was observed that one of the T-shirt was torn and was not exported. How many T-shirts were then actually exported in the month of March?

  • Complete the language and math worksheets.

 

Have a Happy Long Weekend 🙂

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