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Highlights of the day 21.2.19

Highlights of the day 21.2.19

Cycle 27

Day 1

Math:

Summative assessment on multiplication commenced today.

UOI:

Summative assessment: Students presented their presentations.

 

Note

  • The Student led conference for Ideate is  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 10:15 am sharp, as an orientation will be done before you assess your child’s presentation. Kindly ensure you leave the school premises by 10:45 a.m. sharp.

 

 

Highlights of the day 14.2.19

Highlights of the day 14.2.19

Cycle 26

Day 3

UOI:

Students read various non-fiction books as a part of their research work for the summative assessment task.

Language:

  • Different stories were read aloud to the students focusing on story elements.
  • Students enhanced their communication skills by viewing and presenting the picture composition.

Homework:

Complete the language and math worksheets.

Highlights of the day 8.2.19

Highlights of the day 8.2.19

Cycle 25

Day 5

UOI:

Formative assessment was conducted.

Summative Assessment has commenced from today.

Homework:

Task:1

Solve the given Language and Math worksheet.

Task:2    Do the following in your Maths H.W. Notebook.

Find the product of

a) 243 x 34 b) 453 x 46 c) 376 x 38

Solve the following word problems:

a) The store ordered small posters and large posters to promote their opening. The number of large posters ordered were 48. The small posters ordered were 12 times as much as large posters. How many small posters were ordered by the store?

b) Rajan runs 19 miles a day for 22 days. How far does he run?

c) 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?

d) 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?

Highlights of the day 7.2.19

Highlights of the day 7.2.19

Cycle 25

Day 4

UOI:

Students consolidated their understanding of the case study on petroleum and reflected through graphic organizer.

Math:

Students solved multiplication word problems.

Homework:

Math:

Solve the following word problems:
a) The basketball team is selling T-shirts for ₹ 256 each. On Monday, they sold 4 T-shirts. On Tuesday, they sold 5 times as many T-shirts as on Monday. How much money did the team earn altogether on Monday and Tuesday?
b) Anita buys a stamp to mail a letter. The stamp costs ₹ 46. Anita also mails a package. The postage to mail the package costs 5 times as much as the cost of the stamp. How much does it cost to mail the package and letter?
c) Every day at the bagel factory, Siya makes 5 different kinds of bagels. If she makes 144 of each kind, what is the total number of bagels that she makes?
d) Priya measured 437 ml of water in a beaker. Siya measured 3 times as much water. How much water did they measure all together?

Highlights of the day 31.1.9

Highlights of the day 31.1.9

Cycle 24

Day 5

UOI:

 As a part of the case study on petroleum, students framed questions to inquire further and made connections with the key concepts.

Math:

Students solved multiplication sums (3 x 2) using traditional method.

Homework

Math:

Solve the following sums using traditional method :

a) 761 x 16 b) 555 x 14 c )349 x 84 d) 675 x 32 e) 341 x 25