### Browsed byDay: October 4, 2018

Math : Lines and Angles

## Math : Lines and Angles

Submission Date: Fri Oct 05 2018 00:00:00 GMT+0530 (IST)
Internet Required: Yes
Details: Dear Students,
Kindly complete 2 questions mentioned on slide number 161 and 163 as homework.Also,complete Q1 and Q2 from Exercise 11E(Page 246).
Expected Time: Area and Perimeter minutes

Math : Lines and Angles

## Math : Lines and Angles

Submission Date: Fri Oct 05 2018 00:00:00 GMT+0530 (IST)
Internet Required: Yes
Details: Dear Students,
Kindly complete exercise 11D.3(Page 244) from Haese textbook as homework.
Expected Time: 20 minutes

Math : Tree Diagram

## Math : Tree Diagram

Submission Date: Tue Oct 09 2018 00:00:00 GMT+0530 (IST)
Internet Required: Yes
Details: Dear students,

Complete the H.W. posted in respective section Google Classroom.

Expected Time: 60 minutes

Homework for October 4, 2018

## Homework for October 4, 2018

Dear Inquirers, 🙂

Today we continued to discuss the biography of Ex-President Barack Obama. Later, we watched the introductory videos about Teach for India and Kids Education Revolution, which was followed by a brief discussion about the upcoming guest speaker session. Then, you jotted down some points using the graphic organizer – “What’s going on in my mind”. Finally, during the last slot, you posed several questions or topics that you want to inquire/know more about.

Homework

• Complete the work assigned on Google Classroom.

See you all tomorrow!

-Aishwarya Jariwala

Highlights and homework – Day 4 – October 4th

## Highlights and homework – Day 4 – October 4th

Language: Students read the chapter 11 ” The Bon-Bon job” of the reader using the strategy asking questions.

Math: Students understood the relationship between area and perimeter through a hands-on learning experience followed by read-aloud of the book Spaghetti and Meatballs for all by Marilyn Burns.

Homework:

Math: Complete the following in your Math HW notebook. Ensure to show the method in your book.

1. A rectangle has a length of 26 cm and a breadth of 4 cm. The perimeter is   cm and  area is  cm
2. The side of a square is 25 meters. The perimeter of the square is   m and the area is  m2
3. A rectangular room has length 12 m and width 7 m. What is the area of this room?
4. Tanush wants to install new carpet in his living room. The room’s length is 75 m and width is 65 m. If the cost of the carpet is Rs.8 per sq meter, what will be the total cost to carpet Tanush’s living room?
5. Naisha is making a display board for the school’s talent show. The display board is 25 m by 12 m. If ribbon costs Rs. 2 per meter, how much will it cost to add a ribbon border around the entire display board?
‘Grade 4, Courage: Highlights and homework – 04th Oct. 2018’

## ‘Grade 4, Courage: Highlights and homework – 04th Oct. 2018’

Highlights:

Math: Students learned the relationship between area and perimeter where in the following multiple intelligences were catered: 1) Visuals  2)  Kinesthetic: Hands on learning using rangometry  3) Linguistic aspect:  Read aloud of the book Spaghetti and Meatballs 4) Logical while creating right seating arrangements.

Homework:

UOI: Answer the questions as explained in the class.

Regards,

Priti Patel

Grade 6 Deliberate – 4th October’18

## Grade 6 Deliberate – 4th October’18

Homework

A) Watch the video for the understanding of integers, whole numbers, and natural numbers.

B) Complete the following in Math H.W notebook:

1. Define the following terms in your Maths Notebook- integers, whole numbers, natural numbers, positive integers and negative integers.
2. For each of the following situation draw a number line and depict the situation:
a. A spider is placed on +2. It moves up 3 places and then slips down 4 places. Which integer would it be on now?
b. A spider is placed on -5. It moves up 8 places and then slips down 2 places. Which integer would it be on now?
c. A spider is placed on +2. It moves up 2 places and then slips down 4 places. Which integer would it be on now?
d. A spider is placed on -2. It slipped down 4 places and then moved up 5 places. Which integer would it be on now?
e. A spider is placed on +3. It slipped down 4 places and again slipped down 2 places. Which integer would it be on now?

C) Arrange the following into ascending order:
1) 6, -5, -3, 3, 0, -8, 4
2) 2, 4, -7, 3, 0, 9, -8
3) 4, -3, 0, -8, 6, 1, -2

D) Arrange the following in the descending order:
1) -7, -4, -2, 0, 3, 7, -8
2) -5, -2, 2, 0, 1, 7, -10
3) 6, 2, 1, 0, -9, -10, -3
4) -15, -10, 10, 0, 3, -4, 5

E) Plot the following points on the graph in your graph book:
1. (-2,-3)
2. (-3,4)
3. (2,2)
4. (1,-2)
5. (6.5)
6. (0,1)
7. (2,0)
8. (-1,0)

Homework

## Homework

Dear parents,

Language

Students have been given an Alliteration worksheet and a helping verb.

They are expected to complete the worksheet and frame 2 sentences with the helping verb they had picked in class.

Link of the worksheet for those who are absent: http://englishlinx.com/alliteration/fun-with-alliteration.html

Stars of the day: Jinay Shah (for showing leadership skills), Tatsat Mashruwala and Ahaan Arora (for demonstrating cooperation).

Quote of the day:

Regards,

Fatema Topiwala

Math : Measurement

## Math : Measurement

Submission Date: Fri Oct 05 2018 00:00:00 GMT+0530 (IST)
Internet Required: No
Details: Dear Students,
Kindly solve the questions from Exercise 11D.3 (pg no 244)