### Browsed byDay: April 4, 2019

Important note – Math

## Important note – Math

Dear Parents,

Students are requested to bring the protractor from tomorrow.

Regards,

Sweta Mehta

Highlights and homework – Day 5 and 6 – April 3rd and 4th

## Highlights and homework – Day 5 and 6 – April 3rd and 4th

UOI – Using ICT ‘Getepic.com,’ learners inquired about economic activities and its impact on humankind and environment. Today, learners visited the area manager of Tupperware, Adajan area to understand the distribution channels.

Math – Learners revised geometry concepts previously learnt such as ray, line, line segment and point. Later, they were introduced to angles that is -right angle, obtuse and acute angle. They also learned about vertex and nomenclature.

Language – Learners drafted and revised their narrative piece.

Homework –

Life class – Watch the video – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EABFilCZJy8

UOI –

1. Watch the video and make a connection to the field trip. Line of distribution 1
2. Take your notes (Choose the thinking routine / graphic organiser of your choice for note taking)
3. State the resource used by you for research.

Language – Complete the publishing of narrative. You may do it in your book or in Google Doc.

Homework for Grade 5 Consortium – 4th April, 2019

## Homework for Grade 5 Consortium – 4th April, 2019

[Homework]

Solve the following

1. In a fruit survey, 300 children chose their favorite fruit out of apples, bananas, and watermelons. 150 chose apples, 90 chose bananas. What percentage chose watermelon?
2. Melissa purchased \$39.46 in groceries at a store. The cashier gave her \$1.46 in change from a \$50 bill. Melissa gave the cashier an angry look. What did the cashier do wrong? Justify your answer.
3. 1 3/4 + 12 11/12
4. 32 – 1 2/3
5. 65 x 13.25
6. 325 ÷  12.5

🙂

Highlights of the Day – 04/04/19

## Highlights of the Day – 04/04/19

Day 6,

Math:

Formative Assessment was conducted.

Unit of Inquiry:

Students worked on their presentation.

Homework:

Solve the following word problems.
a) 365 books were donated to an elementary school. If 15 classrooms shared the books equally, how many books did each class receive and how many books were left?
b) Manisha needs exactly 12 plates on each table for the banquet. If she has 312 plates, how many tables is she able to prepare?
c) 494 students have to be seated equally in 26 rows. How many students will be there in each row?
d) Vinit has 232 toffees. He wants to put them in packets containing 18 toffees each. How many packets will he need? How many toffees will be left?

Math : Revision questions of Criterion A

## Math : Revision questions of Criterion A

Submission Date: Fri Apr 05 2019 00:00:00 GMT+0530 (IST)
Internet Required: Yes
Details: You are required to solve questions from Q.31 to Q.36 from the Revision doc file of Criterion A (which is updated on Google Classroom of Grade- 8).

Also, the answers of the same have been updated in the answer file of Criterion A which you are required to cross check from.
Expected Time: 45 minutes

Math : Revision questions of Criterion A

## Math : Revision questions of Criterion A

Submission Date: Fri Apr 05 2019 00:00:00 GMT+0530 (IST)
Internet Required: Yes
Details: You are required to solve questions from Q.31 to Q.36 from the Revision doc file of Criterion A (which is updated on Google Classroom of Grade- 8).

Also, the answers of the same have been updated in the answer file of Criterion A which you are required to cross check from.
Expected Time: 45 minutes

Highlights of the week!

## Highlights of the week!

Math:

Summative Assessment was conducted.

Language

Summative Assessment of Narrative writing was conducted.

UOI:

Central Idea: The earth’s natural cycles influence the activities of living things.
Lines of inquiry:  Natural cycles of Earth (day, night, seasons, weather patterns) (Change)
Patterns of behavior of living things related to Earth’s natural cycles. (Connection)
Conditions on Earth that Support life. (Causation)

Students watched videos and even did an experiment to gain a deeper understanding of the conditions on  Earth that support life. They also read articles related to it.

Homework:

Online homework to be done-
Click on the below given link and play the game related to parts of speech-

Regards,

Highlights and homework – 4th April 2019

## Highlights and homework – 4th April 2019

Cycle 31

Day 6

Language:

Learners continued with their Narrative writing Summative Assessment.

UOI:

Learners understood muscular and skeletal system in detail.

Homework:

Math:

Task 1: Games related to prime and composite numbers:
http://www.sheppardsoftware.com/mathgames/numbers/fruit_shoot_prime.htm

UOI: Watch the following videos and revise the systems:

https://youtu.be/eKaBQrFdNtw – digestive system

https://youtu.be/ydX8Lw4q2Mk – respiratory system

https://youtu.be/-s5iCoCaofc – circulatory system

Have a good day! 🙂

Playtime, Funtime!!

## Playtime, Funtime!!

### Details:

 Venue BOUNCY BUNNIES Iscon Mall, Opp. Rajhans Theater, Piplod Road, Surat Dates and Classes 8th April: Indigo, White, Orange 10th April: Green, Blue and Yellow 12th April: Red, Violet, Nursery Fees ₹315/- per child (includes play time & snacks) The amount will be deducted from the student imprest deposit Time 11.00 AM – 1.00 PM

### LET’S STAY ACTIVE, HAVE OODLES OF FUN AND MAKE GREAT MEMORIES!

Highlights of the day 4-4-19

## Highlights of the day 4-4-19

Cycle 31

Day 6

Language:

Learners continued with their Narrative writing Summative Assessment.

UOI:

Learners continued with their research  and presentation on muscular system.

HOmework

Math:

Solve the word problems:

1. The Hogwarts library has 952 reference books arranged in 6 racks equally. How many books does each rack hold?

2. A warehouse receives 380 wooden boxes for storage. If 95 slots are available to store the boxes, how many wooden boxes will be stacked in each slot?

3. A movie theater needed five hundred twenty-eight popcorn buckets. I each package has forty-six buckets in it, how many packages will they need to buy?

4. Some sand weighs 2,800 kilograms. It is divided equally among 4 trucks. How many kilograms of sand are in each truck?

5. An ice cream stand sold \$1,600 worth of ice cream on Saturday, which was 4 times the amount sold on Friday. How much money did the ice cream stand collect on Friday?

Note:

Soon we will start with the End of the Term Assessment of Language and Math. Kindly ensure that the learners come to school regularly. Also make them practice Math and Language concepts back at home.