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Day: March 26, 2019

Homework – 26/3/2019

Homework – 26/3/2019

Math

Solve the given word problems in your Math notebook:

a) There were 891 birthday caps in a store. Out of which 571 birthday caps were sold. How many birthday caps are left in all?  

b) 501 notebooks were ordered for Grade 1 and 499 notebooks were ordered for Grade 2. How many books were ordered in  all?  

c) Meena had total Rs. 981. She bought a toy car for Rs. 670. What is the amount left with her now?

Regards,

Grade 1 Team

 

Highlights and Homework of 26-3-2019 ( Day- 5 )

Highlights and Homework of 26-3-2019 ( Day- 5 )

Stars of the day- Krupa Shah and Tushya Patel 🙂

[Highlight Of The Day]

Language

Students completed the Revising and Editing step for their Poem.

Math

Students started preparing for the Students Led Conference.

Homework

Language

Visit the link and complete the homework in the notebook. Make sure you write answers in complete sentences.

synonyms-are-fun-third

With Regards,

Dimple Deshpande,

Have A Great Day:-)

Highlights of the day 26-3-19

Highlights of the day 26-3-19

Cycle 30

Day 5

Math:

Teacher role modeled Division of 2 digit by 2 digit. Later students solved sums in their notebooks independently.

UOI:

Learners made a model of lungs and diaphragm using plastic bottle, straw and balloons and understood how they function in our body.

Later they watched a video on respiratory system.

Through PE activity they understood interconnectedness between respiratory and circulatory system.

 

Homework

Math:

Solve the following division sums and check the answer:

a) 84 ÷ 12         b) 99 ÷ 33         c) 70 ÷ 14           d)  78 ÷ 26

Solve the following word problems:

  1. Ninety-seven lunch trays were placed equally in 4 stacks. How many lunch trays were in each stack? How many lunch trays will be left over?
  2. Eva takes 57 stickers from her collection and divides them up equally between 4 of her friends. How many stickers will each friend receive? Eva puts the remaining stickers back in her collection. How many stickers will Eva return to her collection?
  3. A carton of milk contains 128 ounces. Sara’s son drinks 4 ounces of milk at each meal. How many 4-ounce servings will one carton of milk provide?”
  4. Selena’s dog completed an obstacle course that was 932 meters long. There were 4 parts to the course, all equal in length. How long was 1 part of the course?”
Highlights of the day – 26/03/2019

Highlights of the day – 26/03/2019

Math

2 by 1 division and 3 by 1 division word problems were role modeled by the teacher. Later, learners solved a few word problems independently.

UOI:

Learners gave there presentation on Digestive system as their FA.

Language:

Learners wrote a Story ladder of Chapter 24 “A most exciting time”.

Homework:

Language:

Proceed further with your narrative writing as per given instructions.

Math:

Solve the sums and check your answer.

a). 783 ÷ 6,

b). 546 ÷ 3,

c). 688 ÷ 4,

d). Ninety-seven lunch trays were placed equally in 4 stacks. How many lunch trays were in each stack? How many lunch trays will be left over?

e). Eva takes 57 stickers from her collection and divides them up equally between 4 of her friends. How many stickers will each friend receive? Eva puts the remaining stickers back in her collection. How many stickers will Eva return to her collection?