## Today’s Homework(4th September-2018 )

Homework

Language

Complete the given worksheet.

Regards,

Grade 2 team

Author: surbhi.talwar@fountainheadschools.org

Homework

Language

Complete the given worksheet.

Regards,

Grade 2 team

Hello Parents,

Tomorrow, on Friday we will be focusing on carbohydrates – food group.

So, kindly send with your child food that is rich in carbohydrates- roti, boiled sweet corn,

rice, poha, upma, cooked oats, etc.

Thanks,

Regards

Surbhi Talwar

Dear Parents,

Kindly refer to the table below indicating the slots booked by you for PTC i.e. on 25th April. Your participation and support are crucial in order to help us lead your child to the path of success. Thus, please ensure your presence for the PTC. You are requested to go through the detailed reports shared by me and come to the PTC. Kindly go through the portfolio in which summative assessment tasks are shared with you.

**Note: Consider the following as the final slots. No further changes can be made. Each slot will be for 20 minutes (15 minutes discussion and 5 minutes transition time). You are requested to adhere to the time allotted to you.**

a)7:50-8:10-Tanush

b)8:10-8:30- Ishani

c)**8:30-8:50-Break**

d)8:50-9:10-Krupa

e)9:10-9:30-Kaanav

f)9:30-9:50-Palak

g)9:50-10:10-Mannan

[Highlight Of The Day]
[Unit Of Inquiry]

- Presentation on Summative Assessment was given by students.

Language

The literary event was conducted.

Regards,

Surbhi Talwar

[Highlight Of The Day]

ICT

Students learned to use respectful language while writing the mail.

Homework

Language

Complete the given worksheet.

Regards,

Surbhi Talwar

[Highlight Of The Day]

Language

An activity was done how person’s self-concept is influenced by others.

Math

Students learned ‘Rotational Symmetry’ and solve the given worksheet.

UOI:Students were explained the Summative task and assessment criteria in detail.

Homework:

Language

Complete the given worksheet.

Math

- : Solve the given worksheet.

- Complete the Summative assessment task. (Refer the blog posted on 10th April.)and submit on Monday.
- The submission of HW is on Tuesday.

Note:

Grade 4 will organize a business fair as a part of their learning on 16th April. If you wish you can give your ward Rs. 100 ONLY for the same.

Regards,

Surbhi Talwar

[Highlight Of The Day]
**Math**

**Math:** Students solved worksheet on reflective symmetry.

Reflection of their visit to field trip was taken.

Homework

Enjoy the link

Have a great evening 🙂

[Highlight Of The Day]

Students selected their PYP portfolio pieces.

Homework

Math

Learn tables (6-12)

Make your cover page for PYP portfolio.

Regards,

Surbhi Talwar

[Highlight Of The Day]

Math

Students solved Division and Multiplication sums.

Language

Dictation was conducted,

Chapter 26 – ‘The land of Presents’ from the reader ‘The Magic Faraway Tree’ was read.

Homework

Language

Complete the given worksheet.

Math

Solve the following sums: (Solve multiplication sums using traditional method)

a) 875 x 71 b) 125 ÷ 5 c) 989 ÷ 9 d) 325 x 25 e) 657 ÷ 31 f) 842 ÷ 61

** Solve the following word problems: **

a) How many hours are there in 180 minutes?

b) A plane can accommodate 465 passengers. If there are 31 rows of seats on the plane, how many seats are in each row?

c) Anjali baked 80 cookies and divided them equally into 8 packets. How many cookies did she put in each packet?

d) In your grade you counted 342 hands altogether. How many students were in the grade?

Regards,

Surbhi Talwar.

Happy weekend!!!!!

[Highlight Of The Day]

Math

SA was conducted.

Language

SA was conducted.

Homework

Math

Solve the following word problems:

a) Ravi has a collection of 726 stamps. He filled 6 albums with an equal number of stamps. How many stamps are there in each album?

b) Anu put 332 books on 14 shelves in her rack. She put the same number of books on each shelf. How many books were put on each shelf? How many books were left?

c) 350 pens were equally distributed among 50 children. How many pens did each child get?

d) 420 students went for a field trip. They were accommodated in 14 buses. How many students were there in each bus?

Regards,

Surbhi Talwar