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PTC Appointment Slots

PTC Appointment Slots

 Dear Parents,

Kindly submit old ID card of your child when you come for PTC.

PTC SLOTS

Slots Start Time End Time Name
1 7:30 7:45 Shian Pirani
2 7:50 8:05 Prarthan Agarwal
3 8:10 8:25 Charvi Sarda
Breakfast
4 8:50 9:05 Preksha Malpani
5 9:10 9:25 Shaurya Shah
6 9:30 9:45 Anshika Jain
7 9:50 10:05 Nishka Bhavsar
8 10:10 10:25 Riya Thakkar
9 10:30 10:45 Aadit Thakkar
10 10:50 11:05 Neev Dhami
11 11:10 11:25 Dhyana Agrawal
12 11:30 11:45 Amol Grover
13 11:50 12:05 Aarush Sanghavi
Lunch
14 12:40 12:55 Arya Patel
15 13:00 13:15 Daksh Rathi
16 13:20 13:35 Kavya Singhal
17 13:40 13:55 Sannidh Sanghvi
18 14:00 14:15 Manasvi Mandhana
19 14:20 14:35 Aaditya Tibrewal
20 14:40 14:55

 

Highlights of the day:17th Apr

Highlights of the day:17th Apr

UOI:

Self reflection session of the unit was conducted.

Note:

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

Highlights of the day: 12th Apr

Highlights of the day: 12th Apr

Math:

Term end assessment continued.

Lang:

The 26th chapter was read from the Reader ‘The Magic Faraway Tree’.

UOI:

Revised the different functions and organs of the body systems.

Homework:

Complete the lang and math worksheets.

Note:Kindly send the library books as they are to be returned.

Highlights of the day:11th Apr

Highlights of the day:11th Apr

Math and Lang:

Term end summative assessment commenced today.

Homework:

Math:

Solve the following word problems:
1. It takes 687 Earth days for the planet Mars to revolve around the sun once. How many Earth days does it take Mars to revolve around the sun four times.
2. A cafeteria makes 516 pounds of white rice and 608 pounds of brown rice every month. After 6 months, how many pounds of rice does the cafeteria make?
3. Susie and her family woke up early on the first weekend of spring. They had a long list
of activities for spring cleaning. Susie’s mom prepared 74 carrot sticks for breakfast. If the carrots were served
equally to 12 people, how many carrot sticks were left uneaten?

Highlights of the day: 9th Apr

Highlights of the day: 9th Apr

UOI:

Students read few story’s and poems related to body systems. Later, they presented their understanding using visuals.

Math:

Students solved a worksheet based on line,line segment,ray and point.

Lang:

Students worked on their publishing piece.

Homework:

Math:

1)Follow the links and play the games related to line,line segment,ray and point.

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

2)Solve the following word problems:
1.Ted 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. A T-shirt Shop ordered 12 cases of t-shirts. If each case contains
24 t-shirts, how many t-shirts did they order?

4. Vineet 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 of the day:4th Apr

Highlights of the day:4th Apr

UOI:

Interconnections between different body systems was discussed.

Math:

Students solved 3 by 2 word problems based on division.

Homework:

Math:

Solve the following word problems.
a) 365 books were donated to an elementary school. If 15 classrooms shared the books equally, how many books did each class receive and how many books were left?
b) Manisha needs exactly 12 plates on each table for the banquet. If she has 312 plates, how many tables is she able to prepare?
c) 494 students have to be seated equally in 26 rows. How many students will be there in each row?
d) Vinit has 232 toffees. He wants to put them in packets containing 18 toffees each. How many packets will he need? How many toffees will be left?

 

Highlights of the day: 2nd Apr

Highlights of the day: 2nd Apr

Math:

Learners practiced solving 3 by 2 digit division sums independently.

Lang:

Summative assessment commenced today.

UOI:

A hands on activity: Learners prepared a model using the resources provided in the best possible manner and presented interdependence of muscular system and skeletal system.

Homework:

Math:

Solve the following division sums

a) 433 ÷ 19

b) 700 ÷ 5

c) 864 ÷ 42

d) 838 ÷ 12

e) 621 ÷ 3

f) 428 ÷ 14