Answer the following:
- Write any five multiples of the number 12:
- Write any five multiples of the number 21:
- Write the factors of 25:
- Write the factors of 13:
- Write the factors of 60:
- Write down any five prime numbers:
- Write down any five composite numbers:
- Find the HCF of 6 and 18:
- Find the HCF of 27 and 7:
- Find the HCF of 12 and 14:
Stars of the day: Krishaa Shah, Harshit Agrawal, and Nyassha Fudhnawala (showing progressing in their narrative writing).
Quote of the day:
UOI – Learners framed groups and brainstormed ideas for their Summative Assessment task.
Math – Learners practised factors and multiples.
Math – Complete the 5 word problems as per note provided to you. (In your Math HW notebook)
Language – An article is provided to you. You need to use comprehension strategy determining importance while reading. Note important and interest points in your Langauge EE notebook.
Note – Learners were oriented about Rujuta Diwekar’s Open Fitness Project 2019.
Solve the two worksheets, shared with you through Google Drive, in Math H.W notebook. Also solve the remaining sums from worksheet 2, if incomplete.
The students have to solve below-mentioned sums and word problems in their Maths HW notebook.
- A ribbon was 32.7 m long. It was cut into 4 pieces of 3.9 m, 14.2 m, 2.9 m and 1.08 m. Find the length of the remaining ribbon.
- Lisa walked 2 km in the morning and 5000 m . in the evening. What is the distance covered by Lisa in km?
- Jordan is 7 feet tall and weighs 51 kg. Porter is 7 feet tall and weighs 42000 g. Who is heavier and by how much?
- One biscuit weighs 6 g. Find the weight of 1 dozen such biscuits.
- One box of chocolates weighs 471 g. Find the weight of half a dozen such boxes in kg.
- The capacity of a bucket is 27 l. It has 1700 ml of water. How much more water can it hold?
- Sharon bought a tin can whose capacity was 70 l. She poured it 15 l of water, 17 l of lime juice and 36 l of sugar solution. What capacity of tin had she used up?
Thanks and regards
As it is rightly said by Ralph Marston, “Prepare far enough in advance, and just about anything is possible.”
Inspired by it; here we are. The clock is ticking and we have just 97 days to go. It is time for us to pull our socks up and start planning. Wondering what I am referring to??? You guessed it right!!!
It is time to get started and prepare for the PYP Exhibition!
The PYP Exhibition is a demonstration of what it means to be a PYP student, applying what they have learned and who they have become throughout their journey in the PYP. This involves students working collaboratively to conduct an in-depth inquiry into real life issues, problems or topics of their interest. Work on something that can change the world for the better! It is their moment to take action!
All of this will not be possible without your help and support. Your support, suggestions and ideas have always been valuable to us. Once again, it is time for us to collaborate, in order to bring out the best in our learners.
As parents, it is you who can create the environment and experience in which learning, inquiry and exploration would happen. For this, it is imperative for you to have a fair idea not only about the exhibition but also about your role and how best you can help your children in this journey of theirs.
On Friday, 18th January 2019, we have scheduled an orientation session for you to understand the PYP Exhibition, your role, as well as to know what it would be like, for the students.
Yet again, it is time for us to join hands and let the adventure begin!!! Looking forward to seeing you all.
Kindly fill the form given below:
Date: 18th January 2019
Time: 10:15 am to 11:15 am
Venue: Hippodrome at Fountainhead School
Students understood the difference between natural things and man made things through a presentation and later sorted them.
The 19th chapter – ‘The Land of the Old Woman’ was read from the reader ‘The Magic Faraway Tree’.
Please refer the below link for the homework.
HW – 08_01_19
Star of the day: Aarav Sutariya and Mishty Shah 🙂
Students described the situation “The classroom was messy” using the writing strategy ‘Show Don’t Tell.’
Students framed groups and brainstormed ideas for their Summative Assessment task.
Create a divisibility rule interactive display in an a4 sheet of paper.
Visit the links and complete the task.
Skim and scan Synonyms
- As discussed in class, make changes in the poetry written by you.
- Complete 5 quizzes on Readtheory.org
- Prepare for your book review presentation. We will start with the reviews tomorrow.
- Bring your goal books tomorrow, without fail.
- Complete the smile card task.
Happy learning!! Spread Happiness 🙂
Day 1, Tuesday
Language: Students described the situation “The classroom was messy” using sensory words.
Math: Students revised the concept of factors, multiples and divisibility rules.
UOI: Students brainstormed ideas for their Summative Assessment task.
Task 1: Find the factors of:
a) 42 b) 26 c) 60 d) 78
Task 2: Write the first five multiples of:
a) 6 b) 8 c) 12 d) 17
Task 3: Create the divisibility rule interactive page.