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Highlights and homework – 14th March 2019

Highlights and homework – 14th March 2019

Day 4 – Thursday

UOI

Sorting out of the body systems was conducted through a bus stop activity. Students also reflected on their prior knowledge regarding the functions of each body system.

Math

Teacher modeled dividing 2 -digit number with the 1-digit number with or without remainder. Later, students solved a few sums independently.

Homework:

Task 1: Solve the following sums and check your answer
a) 77 ÷ 7 b) 56 ÷ 8 c) 89 ÷ 9 d) 37 ÷ 4 e) 76 ÷ 8 f) 33 ÷ 5

Play the division game:

Link: https://www.mathplayground.com/ASB_Division_Derby.html

Have a good day! 🙂

Highlights and homework – 12th March 2019

Highlights and homework – 12th March 2019

Day 2 – Tuesday.

UOI:

The tuning-in activity of a new unit was conducted.

Language: Students enhanced their communication skills by viewing and presenting the picture composition.

Homework:

  • Math: Solve the following sums:
  1. 258 x 41
  2. 96 x 82
  3. 247 x 33
  4. 189 x 26
  • Language: Read any 2 stories and fill in the grid as explained in the class.
Story Name Characters Setting Problem Solution Ending (Happy/Sad)

Have a good day! 🙂

Highlights and homework – 26th February 2019

Highlights and homework – 26th February 2019

UOI:

End of unit reflection was shared by the students in a bus stop activity.

Math:

Students were introduced to the division as repeated subtraction through an engagement.

Homework:

  • Annual Performance

As we are beginning with the annual performance practice sessions, few students are sent with the scripts/poem. They need to go through the scripts/poem and revise the same according to the roles allotted to them.

Language: Use the following adjectives in your own sentence:

a) meaningless          b) breakable            c) wooden           d) antique           e) bumpy

Math: Solve the following sums:

a) 89 x 56          b) 123 x 56         c) 73 x 12           d) 964 x 24

Have a good day! 🙂

Highlights and homework – 21st February 2019

Highlights and homework – 21st February 2019

UOI:

Summative assessment: Students presented their presentations.

Homework:

Revise and come prepared for the presentation tomorrow.

Math: Find the product of the following:

a) 605 x 37                    b) 872 x 35             c) 975 x 75          d) 496 x 88             e) 747 x 66

Note

  • The Student-led conference for Illuminate is scheduled tomorrow. Please make a note that your attendance is compulsory as you will have to evaluate your child’s performance, which is a part of the summative assessment report.
  • Parents are requested to be present in the class by 9:00 am sharp, as orientation will be given before you assess your child’s presentation.

Have a good day! 🙂

Highlights – 20th February 2019

Highlights – 20th February 2019

Day 6 – Wednesday

Math: Students practiced multiplication word problems.

Language: The 23rd chapter – ‘The land of tempers’ was read from the Reader ‘The Magic Faraway Tree’.

UOI: Summative Assessment: Students completed their presentation.

Kindly check the common blog for Hindi – Gujarati homework!

Have a good day! 🙂

 

Highlights and homework – 19th February 2019

Highlights and homework – 19th February 2019

Day 5 – Tuesday. 

Math: Students solved multiplication word problems.

UOI: Summative assessment: Students continued to work on their presentation.

Homework:

Task 1: Solve the sums using the traditional method.

  • 87 x 25
  • 784 x 12
  • 523 x 7
  • 147 x 36
  • 84 x 63

Task 2: Word problems

  • A pair of jeans costs Rs. 889. Denim jacket costs twice as much. What is the total cost of a denim jacket and 4 pairs of jeans?
  • The store ordered small posters and large posters to promote their opening. The number of large posters ordered was 48. The small posters ordered were 12 times as much as large posters. How many small posters were ordered by the store?
  • Rajan runs 19 miles a day for 22 days. How far does he run?
  • The Turner family uses 548 liters of water per day. The Hill family uses 3 times as much water per day. How much water does the Hill family use per week?
  • This year on your 11th birthday your mother tells you that she is exactly 3 times as old as you are. How old is she?

Have a good day! 🙂