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Day: April 11, 2019

Homework of the day 11-04-19

Homework of the day 11-04-19

Day 5

Homework

Task 1: 

Math: Games related to prime and composite numbers:
http://www.sheppardsoftware.com/mathgames/monkeydrive/numbers/MDPrimeNumbers.htm
http://www.sheppardsoftware.com/mathgames/numbers/fruit_shoot_prime.htm

Task 2: 

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

Highlights of the day – 11/04/2019

Highlights of the day – 11/04/2019

Language:

Students started with their term end assessment.

Math:

Students started with their term end assessment.

Homework:

Solve the following word problems:

1. Arjun has 15 candy bars. He wants to put them into 5 bags, and tries to put the same number of candy bars in each bag. How many candy bars go in each bag? Are there any candy bars leftover?

2. A candy store has 6 boxes of chocolates. Each box has 500 pieces. How many
pieces are there altogether in the 6 boxes?

3. The Razorback T-shirt Shop ordered 12 cases of t-shirts. If each case contains
24 t-shirts, how many t-shirts did they order?

4. Jiah has 248 guests coming to his party. Each table will hold 4 guests. How
many tables will he need? If each table has 2 candles, how many candles will
he need?

Highlights and homework – 11th April 2019

Highlights and homework – 11th April 2019

Dear parents,

Day 5,

Highlights

MATH 

Students constructed angles independently.

LANGUAGE

Learners continued their “Term end assessment.”

HOMEWORK

MATH

Task 1

Visit the link and complete the worksheet 

Homework

Task 2

Do as directed

a) Construct an angle less than 180°

b) Construct an angle > 30° and <100°

c) Construct an angle showing an angle > 45° and <120°

 

Regards,

Manjeetkaur Khalsa

 

Highlight and Homework – 11th April

Highlight and Homework – 11th April

Highlight 

Math : Students practiced constructing angles using protractor.

Language : Students appeared for the term end assessment.

Homework 

Math : Solve the worksheet given

UOI : Discuss with your parents about the distribution of goods and services as per their working area or business. You can make a flowchart too on any A4 paper.

 

Regards,

Ekta Bathija

Recap of the day – 11th April, 2019

Recap of the day – 11th April, 2019

Day 5, Thursday

UOI: Students discussed types of the distribution channel. Further, they understood about the traditional method of distribution through a primary, secondary and tertiary level. They also made a connection to how the price is affected using different distribution channels. During the readaloud session, they also discussed economic activities and their impact on humankind and the environment.

Math: Formative assessment was conducted.

Language: Students appeared for the Term End assessment.

Homework:

Language: 

Watch the advertisement and write their conversation in the form of a dialogue.

Exemplar:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vBYrM_uz8fk

Rahul exclaimed, “Hey friends! Mumma won’t say anything. Let’s have fun.”

Mumma whispered, “Enjoy yourself, but see that you are fit and fine. Have a bath with Dettol after playing!”

https.com/watch?v=svBKIt76Jz8://www.youtube

Math: Complete the worksheet given.

 

Homework for the day-11/4/19

Homework for the day-11/4/19

Dear students,

Task:1

1. Choose 6 pieces from compendium for PYP Portfolio. (2 UOI, 2 Language, 2 Math)

2. Choose 4 pieces from single subjects (Hindi, Gujarati, VA, Drama, Music, P.E, etc.)

Note: In case, you need prints, download the same and upload it in the folder shared with you.

Have a nice day!

‘Grade 4, Valour: Homework – 11th April 2019’

‘Grade 4, Valour: Homework – 11th April 2019’

Day 5, Thursday.

Homework:

Math: 1) Revisit the concepts by practicing through this game:

https://www.education.com/game/geometry-house/

Create a chart creatively about Point, Line, Line segment and Ray (Ensure to give definition, illustration, and examples)

2) Visit the link and play the game. Don’t forget to use protractor https://www.mathplayground.com/alienangles.html

Regards,

Poonam Sharma Yerunkar