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?

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 🙂