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PTC Term 2

PTC Term 2

Dear Parents,

Mentioned below are the Final slot timings for the Parent Teacher Conference on 27th  April 2019 booked by you. Kindly be on time and adhere to the time slot allotted to you. Also, remember to get the old I Cards as new ones will be issued only after you return the old ones.

Time Name of the Student
7:30 to 7:50 am Dheer Gandhi
7:50 to 8:10 am Raihan Patel
8:10 to 8:30 am Neev Kothari
8:50 to 9:10 am Rumit Kachhadiya
9:10 to 9:30 am Dax Patel
9:30 to 9:50 am Aarvv Jain
9:50 to 10:10 am Yana Beladia
10:10 to 10:30 am Parishi Doshi
10:30 to 10:50 am Saanvee Jain
10:50 to 11:10 am Kairav Sakkai
11:10 to 11:30 am Kesha Patel
11:30 to 11:50 am Kavya Shah
11:50 am to 12:10 pm Khwaish Jain
12:40 to 1:00 pm Vishrut Desai
1:00 to 1:20 pm Mosam Patel
1:20 to 1:40 pm
1:40 to 2:00 pm
2:00 to 2:20 pm
2:20 to 2:40 pm Punya Narang
2:40 to 3:00 pm Jash Shah

 

Grade 5

Grade 5

Note: 

The students of Grade 4 have organized a Business Fair in the school on 19th April. The students of Grade 5 will be visiting the business fair. Hence, they can bring maximum Rs.200 on the day if they choose to purchase anything.

Grade 5 Alliance

Grade 5 Alliance

[Highlight Of The Day]

Term-end paper was discussed with the students.

Students issued books for Summer Reading.

Students were engaged in a general knowledge-based activity which was all about India. They all racked their brains and raced against their classmates to win the rounds.

Homework

Prepare yourself for some more General Knowledge questions based on India. Use the following links to prepare:

GK Questions For Class 5th | General Knowledge For Class 5

GK Questions for Class 5

Grade 5

Grade 5

Homework

Solve the following in your Math Notebook:

  • The information in the table shows sales of ice cream from an ice cream van one Saturday Afternoon in the Summer. Display the information in the pie chart and write an appropriate conclusion.
Ice Cream Sales
Vanilla 13
Banana 22
Chocolate 28
Strawberry 57
Total
  • In a Grade 6 classroom of 45 students, 40% are girls. How many boys are there in the classroom?
  • In a science test, Jamie solved 42 correct and 18 incorrect answers. What is the percentage of correct questions?
  • Which is the greatest?
    • 90% of 10
    • 6% of 1000
    • 5% of 1400
  • The price of a T-shirt was $20. It was first increased by 20%. They did not sell well the shop owner decreased the price by 20%. What is the new price of the T-shirt?
    • $20
    • $22
    • $21
    • $ 19.20
  • Rakesh bought a new bike.  He went on a road trip of 165.9 km on the bike. After a week he went for another trip of 102.04 km. What will be the reading on meter reader of the bike?
  • At Chucky Bee restaurant, the meal cost $55.25 and desserts cost $15.75 for 5 people. How much money each person pays?

Source:

https://www.mathinenglish.com

https://www.analyzemath.com

https://www.classk12.com

Grade 5 Alliance

Grade 5 Alliance

[Highlight Of The Day]

Students were extremely enthusiastic for the Student Led Conference (SLC). They demonstrated being a communicator and reflective while sharing their learning with their parents. (Photos have been shared with you on the parent as well as student email id)

Homework

Task:1

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

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 in the class.

Task 2:

Refer to Google Classroom

 

 

 

Grade 5 Alliance

Grade 5 Alliance

[Highlight Of The Day]

Students were extremely excited about the celebration of the reader and they thoroughly enjoyed the same. Their participation and enthusiasm were at a peak.

Homework

UOI: Complete the scripts for SLC, if pending. Also, prepare for the mock which will be conducted tomorrow.

Note: Photos have been shared with you through Google Drive

Grade 5 Alliance

Grade 5 Alliance

Solve the following in your Math Notebook to revise the concepts:

  1. Add 0.4 and 0.005
  2. Subtract 2.2 from 5.40
  3. Multiply 35.47 and 2.01
  4. Divide 21.344 by 3
  5. Bonny weighs 7.6 kg. His older brother is 3 times as heavy. How much does his older brother weigh?
  6. Tinu buys 3 liters of yellow paint and 2 liters of blue paint. If the yellow paint costs $12..95 a liter and the blue paint costs $14.95 a liter. How much does Tinu spend on paint?
  7. Katy needs to buy 6 pens and some colored pencils for school. He has $25.00 to spend. If the pens cost $3.57 each, how much does he have left to spend on colored pencils?

Image result for being kind quotes

Source: https://www.theodysseyonline.com

Grade 5 Alliance

Grade 5 Alliance

Homework

Language

Revise the sensory details, adjectives, transition words, etc and prepare yourself for Term End Assessment.

Math

Solve the following word problems in your Math Notebook:

  1. 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.
  2. If a 10-foot piece of electrical tape has 0.037 feet cut from it, then what is the new length of the tape?
  3. 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?
[Unit Of Inquiry]

Refer to Google Classroom

Grade 5 Alliance

Grade 5 Alliance

Homework

Solve the following in your Geometry notebook:

  1. In a company, there are 1080 workers of different religions. The data of the different religion are given below:

 

  Religion   Hindu Nepali Islam Christian
No. of workers 450 270 255 105

 

Draw a pie chart to represent the above data and write a conclusion.

2. Mr. Bond’s monthly income is $ 2400 and his monthly expenditure on rent is $ 250. The central angle of the sector representing rent expenses in the pie chart would be ___________

   (a) 30°

   (b) 37 ¹/₂°

   (c) 45°

   (d) 60°

3. If 35% of the people residing in a locality are Sikhs then the central angle of the sector representing the Sikh community in the pie chart would be

   (a) 108°

   (b) 115°

   (c) 126°

   (d) 135°