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NATURAL RESOURCES – Student Led Conference

NATURAL RESOURCES – Student Led Conference

Dear Parent,

Grade 3 students are eager and all set to take ownership and share their learning about earth’s finite and infinite resources, under the TDT – Sharing the Planet, on 20th, 21st and 22nd February 2019.

Our learners have put a lot of efforts and are ready to showcase their understanding. They have demonstrated being knowledgeable and inquirer through their research work. Let the spirit of our learners be alive through your participation in this event.

The Student led conference will be held on 3 days in different batches. 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.

Please refer to the details of the event.

Date 20th February 2019, Wednesday
Sections Imbue
Timings 9:15 am to 10:00 am
Important Note Parents are requested to be present in the respective  classes by 9:15 am sharp, as an orientation will be done before you assess your child’s presentation. Kindly ensure you leave the school premises by 10:00 a.m. sharp.

 

Date 21st February 2019, Thursday
Batch 1 Batch 2
Sections Illustrate and Innovate Inspire and Imagine
Timings 9:00 am to 9:45 am 10:15 am to 10:45 am
Important Note Parents are requested to be present in the respective  classes by 9:00 am sharp, as an orientation will be done before you assess your child’s presentation. Kindly ensure you leave the school premises by 9:45 a.m. sharp. Parents are requested to be present in the respective  classes 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.

 

Date 22nd February 2019, Friday
Batch 1 Batch 2
Sections Illuminate and Initiate Ideate
Timings 9:00 am to 9:45 am 10:15 am to 10:45 am
Important Note Parents are requested to be present in the respective  classes by 9:00 am sharp, as an orientation will be done before you assess your child’s presentation. Kindly ensure you leave the school premises by 9:45 a.m. sharp. Parents are requested to be present in the respective  classes 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.

 

Note: Kindly adhere to the timings mentioned as per your batch. Your presence will be a great boost up for your child. We strongly recommend carpooling for the occasion and do carry your child’s bearer card along.

Regards,

Ruby Aggarwal

Highlights of the day:12th Feb

Highlights of the day:12th Feb

Math:

Formative assessment was conducted.

Homework:

The manager of a party supply store has collected the data on no.of balloons sold in the last week.
                                          Sales of balloon (last week)

Days Number of balloons
Monday 44
Tuesday 103
Wednesday 72
Thursday 96
Friday 29
Saturday 88
Sunday 37

Use the above data to make a bar graph.

Highlights of the day: 7th Feb

Highlights of the day: 7th Feb

UOI:

Students continued with their research work as a part of the summative assessment task.

Homework:

Math:

Find the product
a) 243 x 34 b) 453 x 46

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?

Note:Tomorrow is Day 5. Students need to carry their  library  books  and Id card.

Highlights of the day:5th Feb

Highlights of the day:5th Feb

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?