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Highlights of the day – 4/12/18

Highlights of the day – 4/12/18

UOI

Moving forward in the unit, students understood the structure of an organization.

Lang:

  • Discussion on how to write a story and the importance of all the story elements along with  Beginning Middle End was taken up today.
  • A daze worksheet related to chapter 15 from the Reader ‘The Magic Faraway Tree’. was solved.

Math:

  • Students were introduced to different types of survey questions.
  • Learners practiced multiplication sums using the place value kit.

Homework:

Language:

Answer the questions given below from chapter 15 from the reader:

  1. How did the sailor dolls’ clothes get wet and torn?
  2. How did the kids get the toys out of Moonface’s house?

Math:

Solve the dodging worksheet.

Happy Reading🙂

Regards,
Megha Chhatiawala

Homework of the day – 29/11/18

Homework of the day – 29/11/18

Solve the following word problems:

1. Vyom earns RS. 19,263 and saves Rs. 7,923 per month. How much does he spend each month?

2. Bhavya bought a T.V. Set. He gave Rs. 40,000 to the shopkeeper and got Rs. 19,25 back. Find the cost of the T.V. set.

3. Aashay purchased 3 pens at the rate of Rs. 14 each, 6 books at the rate of Rs. 64 each and 9 notebooks at the rate of Rs. 17 each. Make a total bill for the purchases made by him.

Regards,
Megha Chhatiawala

SLOTS FOR PARENT TEACHER CONFERENCE

SLOTS FOR PARENT TEACHER CONFERENCE

Dear Parents,

Kindly refer to the table below indicating the slots booked by you for PTC i.e. on 3rd November. Your participation and support are crucial in order to help us lead your child to the path of success. Thus, please ensure your presence for the PTC. You are requested to go through the detailed Term 1 report which will be shared soon. 

Note: Consider the following as the final slots. No further changes can be made. Each slot will be for 20 minutes (15 minutes discussion and 5 minutes transition time). You are requested to adhere to the time allotted to you.

 

Slots Name Start Time End Time
1 Aashay  7:30 7:45
2 Bhavya 7:50 8:05
BREAKFAST 8:10 8:30
3 Ridhaan 8:35 8:50
4 Shlok 8:55 9:10
5 Sarvesh 9:15 9:30
6 Dwitee 9:35 9:50
7 Viraj 9:55 10:10
8 Vedika 10:15 10:30
9 Diva 10:35 10:50
10 Samrat 10:55 11:10
11 Dhruvi 11:15 11:30
LUNCH BREAK 11:35 12:05
12 Preet 12:05 12:20
13 Syra 12:25 12:40
14 Nirmaan 12:45 13:00
15 Neishca 13:05 13:20
16 Anam 13:25 13:40
17 Vyom 13:45 14:00
18 Jiya 14:05 14:20
19 Dhriti 14:25 14:40
20 Abhiraj 14:45 15:00

 

Regards,
Megha Chhatiawala

Highlights of the day – 25/10/2018

Highlights of the day – 25/10/2018

Day 6

UOI

Students completed their Summative Assessment task.

Language

Students completed their Summative Assessment task.

Math

Students completed their Summative Assessment task.

Homework

Solve the following word problems:

a)  Nirmaan bought 16 trays of eggs and for each tray he paid Rs. 8. How much money did he pay in total?

b) Dwitee did shopping for Rs. 3,54,897 last month. She received a total discount of Rs. 7,897. How much money did she spend?

c) Preet gets one 100 rupee note, one 200 rupee note, and one 2,000 rupee note for her birthday as a gift. How much money does she have now?

Regards,
Megha Chhatiawala

Highlights of the day – 23/10/2018

Highlights of the day – 23/10/2018

Day 4

Math

Summative assessment commenced today.

Language

Summative assessment commenced today.

Homework

Time word problems

1. The classic car race starts at 10:20 am. It takes 75 minutes. When does it finish?
2. On holiday, Anam cycles to her farmhouse. She sets off at 14:27 and arrives at 14:58. How long was her journey?
3. Mr. Gill decided to go shopping for one and a half hours. He gets free from his shopping at 23:45. At what time did he start it?
4. Ridhaan started baking cookies at 11:10 a.m. He finished at 12:00 p.m. How long did he bake?
5. Dhriti started swimming at 3:00 p.m. She swam until 3:26 p.m. How much time had passed?

Regards,
Megha Chhhatiawala

Highlights of the day – 16/10/2018

Highlights of the day – 16/10/2018

Language

Students read an article on ‘Threats to the environment’ and presented their understanding.

Math

Students were introduced to the unit of measurement ‘temperature’.  The students later watch a video for deeper understanding.

Homework

Poem recitation: The earth is my home I promise to keep it

Math

Watch the video link (till 4mins and 30secs)

Have a great day 🙂

Regards,
Megha Chhatiawala

Highlights of the day – 9/10/2018

Highlights of the day – 9/10/2018

Math

Students enhanced their understanding of measuring weight and capacity through hands-on activities and solved real-life problems.

Homework:

Word Problems:

1. A Camlin company is hosting a drawing competition. So far 3,68,797 children have filled the form from India and 5,20,346 children have filled the form from other countries. What is the total number of children who have filled the form?
2. Krishiv’s car broke and he used Rs 1,50,000 from his savings to have it repaired. After that, he had Rs 6,29,800 left in his savings. Calculate the amount he had in his savings before his car broke?
3. Before November, the total sales of a garment shop have been Rs. 2,74,132. Because of the festive season in November, the sales of the same garment shop increased to Rs. 4,67,342. Find the increase in the sales due to the festive season.
4. A crayon company recently changed its labels. It currently has 7,00,311 crayons with the old label and 2,24,705 crayons with the new label. About how many crayons does the company have in stock?
5. There are 6,01,480 picture books in the library. On Monday 1,23,033 are taken out and on Tuesday 3,73,212 are taken out. How many picture books are left?

Regards,
Megha Chhatiawala

Homework of the day – 05/10/2018

Homework of the day – 05/10/2018

Day 5

Math
Word Problems:

1. Two classes collected marbles. First class had 5,33,672 marbles and the second class had 5,36,020 marbles.
a) How many marbles did both the classes have altogether?
b) Which class had more marbles and by how many?

2. Shlok withdrew Rs. 2,3,8273 from his savings account. After a few days, he again withdrew Rs. 3,12,859. He initially had Rs. 8,00,550 in his savings account. How much amount is now left in his savings account?

3. In a particular year, the production of bulbs in a factory was 7,60,234. It exceeded by 2,12,095 more bulbs in the next year. Find the total production of bulbs in the next year?

4. Solve the following using the inverse relationship:
a) 3,34,584 + 4,85,904
b) 8,43,133 – 4,95,037

Enjoy your weekend 🙂

Regards,
Grade 3 Team