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21 Jan, 2019I-A English
Topic: Word Power Learn the spellings of any three things that you find in your kitchen.
21 Jan, 2019I-A Hindi
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21 Jan, 2019I-A Mathematics
Chapter 10: Money Speak with your parents and find out how many different coins are there in Indian currency.
21 Jan, 2019I-B English
Topic: Word Power Learn the spellings of any three things that you find in your kitchen.
21 Jan, 2019I-B Hindi
ikB& vkv¨ fxusa vius Äj d¢ njokt+ss f[kM+fd;k¡ v©j ia[k®a dh fgUnh esa fxurh dj®A
21 Jan, 2019I-B Mathematics
Chapter 10: Money Speak with your parents and find out how many different coins are there in Indian currency.
21 Jan, 2019I-C English
Topic: Word Power Learn the spellings of any three things that you find in your kitchen.
21 Jan, 2019I-C Hindi
ikB& vkv¨ fxusa vius Äj d¢ njokt+ss f[kM+fd;k¡ v©j ia[k®a dh fgUnh esa fxurh dj®A
21 Jan, 2019I-C Mathematics
Chapter 10: Money Speak with your parents and find out how many different coins are there in Indian currency.
21 Jan, 2019I-D English
Topic: Word Power Learn the spellings of any three things that you find in your kitchen.
21 Jan, 2019I-D Hindi
ikB& vkv¨ fxusa vius Äj d¢ njokt+ss f[kM+fd;k¡ v©j ia[k®a dh fgUnh esa fxurh dj®A
21 Jan, 2019I-D Mathematics
Chapter 10: Money Speak with your parents and find out how many different coins are there in Indian currency.
21 Jan, 2019I-E English
Topic: Word Power Learn the spellings of any three things that you find in your kitchen.
21 Jan, 2019I-E Hindi
ikB& vkv¨ fxusa vius Äj d¢ njokt+ss f[kM+fd;k¡ v©j ia[k®a dh fgUnh esa fxurh dj®A
21 Jan, 2019I-E Mathematics
Chapter 10: Money Speak with your parents and find out how many different coins are there in Indian currency.
21 Jan, 2019II-A English
Topic: Oration Learn 5 to 6 sentences on the topic ‘If I were a robot’ for an oration activity on 24 Jan 19.
21 Jan, 2019II-A Hindi
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21 Jan, 2019II-A Mathematics
Topic: Measurement Guess the weight of any two objects (soap, a packet of salt etc) at home. Read the weight of these objects printed on the packet. Now compare the actual weight and the estimated weight.
21 Jan, 2019II-B English
Topic: Oration Learn 5 to 6 sentences on the topic ‘If I were a robot’ for an oration activity on 24 Jan 19.
21 Jan, 2019II-B Hindi
ikB%& '®:nk fdu tkuoj¨a ls vkid® Mj yxrk gS\ l¨p¨ ¼ bl ckjs esa d{kk esa ppkZ djsaxs ½
21 Jan, 2019II-B Mathematics
Topic: Measurement Guess the weight of any two objects (soap, a packet of salt etc) at home. Read the weight of these objects printed on the packet. Now compare the actual weight and the estimated weight.
21 Jan, 2019II-C English
Topic: Oration Learn 5 to 6 sentences on the topic ‘If I were a robot’ for an oration activity on 24 Jan 19.
21 Jan, 2019II-C Hindi
ikB%& '®:nk fdu tkuoj¨a ls vkid® Mj yxrk gS\ l¨p¨ ¼ bl ckjs esa d{kk esa ppkZ djsaxs ½
21 Jan, 2019II-C Mathematics
Topic: Measurement Guess the weight of any two objects (soap, a packet of salt etc) at home. Read the weight of these objects printed on the packet. Now compare the actual weight and the estimated weight.
21 Jan, 2019II-D English
Topic: Oration Learn 5 to 6 sentences on the topic ‘If I were a robot’ for an oration activity on 24 Jan 19.
21 Jan, 2019II-D Hindi
ikB%& '®:nk fdu tkuoj¨a ls vkid® Mj yxrk gS\ l¨p¨ ¼ bl ckjs esa d{kk esa ppkZ djsaxs ½
21 Jan, 2019II-D Mathematics
Topic: Measurement Guess the weight of any two objects (soap, a packet of salt etc) at home. Read the weight of these objects printed on the packet. Now compare the actual weight and the estimated weight.
21 Jan, 2019II-E English
Topic: Oration Learn 5 to 6 sentences on the topic ‘If I were a robot’ for an oration activity on 24 Jan 19.
21 Jan, 2019II-E Hindi
ikB%& '®:nk fdu tkuoj¨a ls vkid® Mj yxrk gS\ l¨p¨ ¼ bl ckjs esa d{kk esa ppkZ djsaxs ½
21 Jan, 2019II-E Mathematics
Topic: Measurement Guess the weight of any two objects (soap, a packet of salt etc) at home. Read the weight of these objects printed on the packet. Now compare the actual weight and the estimated weight.
21 Jan, 2019III-A English
Story 11- At the Parade Do the given question in HW notebook. Q. Make sentences using words- traditional, courage.
21 Jan, 2019III-A Mathematics
Chapter 10- Time Do Q3, given on page 178 in the book itself.
21 Jan, 2019III-B English
Story 11- At the Parade Do the given question in HW notebook. Q. Make sentences using words- traditional, courage.
21 Jan, 2019III-B Mathematics
Chapter 10- Time Do Q3, given on page 178 in the book itself.
21 Jan, 2019III-C English
Story 11- At the Parade Do the given question in HW notebook. Q. Make sentences using words- traditional, courage.
21 Jan, 2019III-C Mathematics
Chapter 10- Time Do Q3, given on page 178 in the book itself.
21 Jan, 2019III-D English
Story 11- At the Parade Do the given question in HW notebook. Q. Make sentences using words- traditional, courage.
21 Jan, 2019III-D Mathematics
Chapter 10- Time Do Q3, given on page 178 in the book itself.
21 Jan, 2019III-E English
Story 11- At the Parade Do the given question in HW notebook. Q. Make sentences using words- traditional, courage.
21 Jan, 2019III-E Mathematics
Chapter 10- Time Do Q3, given on page 178 in the book itself.
21 Jan, 2019IV-A English
Story 12 Crime Never Pays Read the story and underline the unfamiliar words. Find their meanings.
21 Jan, 2019IV-A Mathematics
Chapter 11: Perimeter and Area Ex-Test your Skills (page 212), Do Q2 a, b and Q3 (a, b, c) in the textbook itself.
21 Jan, 2019IV-B English
Story 12 Crime Never Pays Read the story and underline the unfamiliar words. Find their meanings.
21 Jan, 2019IV-B Mathematics
Chapter 11: Perimeter and Area Ex-Test your Skills (page 212), Do Q2 a, b and Q3 (a, b, c) in the textbook itself.
21 Jan, 2019IV-C English
Story 12 Crime Never Pays Read the story and underline the unfamiliar words. Find their meanings.
21 Jan, 2019IV-C Mathematics
Chapter 11: Perimeter and Area Ex-Test your Skills (page 212), Do Q2 a, b and Q3 (a, b, c) in the textbook itself.
21 Jan, 2019IV-D English
Story 12 Crime Never Pays Read the story and underline the unfamiliar words. Find their meanings.
21 Jan, 2019IV-D Mathematics
Chapter 11: Perimeter and Area Ex-Test your Skills (page 212), Do Q2 a, b and Q3 (a, b, c) in the textbook itself.
21 Jan, 2019IV-E English
Story 12 Crime Never Pays Read the story and underline the unfamiliar words. Find their meanings.
21 Jan, 2019IV-E Mathematics
Chapter 11: Perimeter and Area Ex-Test your Skills (page 212), Do Q2 a, b and Q3 (a, b, c) in the textbook itself.
21 Jan, 2019V-A English
Story 12: Jurassic Park- The Perfect Film Read the lesson two times and learn the difficult words for dictation.
21 Jan, 2019V-A Mathematics
Chapter: Perimeter and Area Do Q6 given on page 193 in your HW notebook.
21 Jan, 2019V-B English
Story 12: Jurassic Park- The Perfect Film Read the lesson two times and learn the difficult words for dictation.
21 Jan, 2019V-B Mathematics
Chapter: Perimeter and Area Do Q6 given on page 193 in your HW notebook.
21 Jan, 2019V-C English
Story 12: Jurassic Park- The Perfect Film Read the lesson two times and learn the difficult words for dictation.
21 Jan, 2019V-C Mathematics
Chapter: Perimeter and Area Do Q6 given on page 193 in your HW notebook.
21 Jan, 2019V-D English
Story 12: Jurassic Park- The Perfect Film Read the lesson two times and learn the difficult words for dictation.
21 Jan, 2019V-D Mathematics
Chapter: Perimeter and Area Do Q6 given on page 193 in your HW notebook.
21 Jan, 2019V-E English
Story 12: Jurassic Park- The Perfect Film Read the lesson two times and learn the difficult words for dictation.
21 Jan, 2019V-E Mathematics
Chapter: Perimeter and Area Do Q6 given on page 193 in your HW notebook.
21 Jan, 2019VI-A English
Your house is very close to the main road. You can see the road from your window. Describe the road as you see it from your window in about 60-70 words. Use the following hint points. Also use adverbs, adjectives and phrases to develop your composition. HINTS * vehicles * crowded * blaring horns * busy road * traffic lights * noise and pollution
21 Jan, 2019VI-B English
Your house is very close to the main road. You can see the road from your window. Describe the road as you see it from your window in about 60-70 words. Use the following hint points. Also use adverbs, adjectives and phrases to develop your composition. HINTS * vehicles * crowded * blaring horns * busy road * traffic lights * noise and pollution
21 Jan, 2019VI-C English
Your house is very close to the main road. You can see the road from your window. Describe the road as you see it from your window in about 60-70 words. Use the following hint points. Also use adverbs, adjectives and phrases to develop your composition. HINTS * vehicles * crowded * blaring horns * busy road * traffic lights * noise and pollution
21 Jan, 2019VI-D English
Your house is very close to the main road. You can see the road from your window. Describe the road as you see it from your window in about 60-70 words. Use the following hint points. Also use adverbs, adjectives and phrases to develop your composition. HINTS * vehicles * crowded * blaring horns * busy road * traffic lights * noise and pollution
21 Jan, 2019VI-E English
Your house is very close to the main road. You can see the road from your window. Describe the road as you see it from your window in about 60-70 words. Use the following hint points. Also use adverbs, adjectives and phrases to develop your composition. HINTS * vehicles * crowded * blaring horns * busy road * traffic lights * noise and pollution
21 Jan, 2019VII-A Social Science
Ch – 9 ( Geography.) Life in the Temperate Grasslands (I) Answer the following Questions :- 1. Why are the prairies known as the “grainaries of the world ”? 2. Name 2 important cities of the following :- (a) North American Prairies (b) Canadian prairies 3. Name the river which drains in the Velds . 4. “ The Velds are rich in minerals of different kinds ”. Do you agree ? Give reasons for your answer.
21 Jan, 2019VII-B Social Science
Ch – 9 ( Geography.) Life in the Temperate Grasslands (I) Answer the following Questions :- 1. Why are the prairies known as the “grainaries of the world ”? 2. Name 2 important cities of the following :- (a) North American Prairies (b) Canadian prairies 3. Name the river which drains in the Velds . 4. “ The Velds are rich in minerals of different kinds ”. Do you agree ? Give reasons for your answer.
21 Jan, 2019VII-C Social Science
Ch – 9 ( Geography.) Life in the Temperate Grasslands (I) Answer the following Questions :- 1. Why are the prairies known as the “grainaries of the world ”? 2. Name 2 important cities of the following :- (a) North American Prairies (b) Canadian prairies 3. Name the river which drains in the Velds . 4. “ The Velds are rich in minerals of different kinds ”. Do you agree ? Give reasons for your answer.
21 Jan, 2019VII-D Social Science
Ch – 9 ( Geography.) Life in the Temperate Grasslands (I) Answer the following Questions :- 1. Why are the prairies known as the “grainaries of the world ”? 2. Name 2 important cities of the following :- (a) North American Prairies (b) Canadian prairies 3. Name the river which drains in the Velds . 4. “ The Velds are rich in minerals of different kinds ”. Do you agree ? Give reasons for your answer.
21 Jan, 2019VII-E Social Science
Ch – 9 ( Geography.) Life in the Temperate Grasslands (I) Answer the following Questions :- 1. Why are the prairies known as the “grainaries of the world ”? 2. Name 2 important cities of the following :- (a) North American Prairies (b) Canadian prairies 3. Name the river which drains in the Velds . 4. “ The Velds are rich in minerals of different kinds ”. Do you agree ? Give reasons for your answer.
21 Jan, 2019VIII-A Science
HOMEWORK
21 Jan, 2019VIII-B Science
HOMEWORK
21 Jan, 2019VIII-C Science
HOMEWORK
21 Jan, 2019VIII-D Science
HOMEWORK
21 Jan, 2019VIII-E Science
HOMEWORK
21 Jan, 2019IX-A Mathematics
SURFACE AREAS AND VOLUMES (1) A joker’s cap is in the form of a right circular cone of base radius 7 cm and height 24 cm. Find the area of the sheet required to make 10 such caps. (2) Find the total surface area of a hemisphere of radius 10cm. (use ? = 3.14) (3) A soft drink is available in two packs – (i) a tin can with a rectangular base of length 5cm and width 4 cm, having a height of 15 cm and (ii) a plastic cylinder with circular base of diameter 7 cm and height 10 cm. Which container has greater capacity and by how much? Is soft drink consumption good for health? Give your views.
21 Jan, 2019IX-B Mathematics
SURFACE AREAS AND VOLUMES (1) A joker’s cap is in the form of a right circular cone of base radius 7 cm and height 24 cm. Find the area of the sheet required to make 10 such caps. (2) Find the total surface area of a hemisphere of radius 10cm. (use ? = 3.14) (3) A soft drink is available in two packs – (i) a tin can with a rectangular base of length 5cm and width 4 cm, having a height of 15 cm and (ii) a plastic cylinder with circular base of diameter 7 cm and height 10 cm. Which container has greater capacity and by how much? Is soft drink consumption good for health? Give your views.
21 Jan, 2019IX-C Mathematics
SURFACE AREAS AND VOLUMES (1) A joker’s cap is in the form of a right circular cone of base radius 7 cm and height 24 cm. Find the area of the sheet required to make 10 such caps. (2) Find the total surface area of a hemisphere of radius 10cm. (use ? = 3.14) (3) A soft drink is available in two packs – (i) a tin can with a rectangular base of length 5cm and width 4 cm, having a height of 15 cm and (ii) a plastic cylinder with circular base of diameter 7 cm and height 10 cm. Which container has greater capacity and by how much? Is soft drink consumption good for health? Give your views.
21 Jan, 2019IX-D Mathematics
SURFACE AREAS AND VOLUMES (1) A joker’s cap is in the form of a right circular cone of base radius 7 cm and height 24 cm. Find the area of the sheet required to make 10 such caps. (2) Find the total surface area of a hemisphere of radius 10cm. (use ? = 3.14) (3) A soft drink is available in two packs – (i) a tin can with a rectangular base of length 5cm and width 4 cm, having a height of 15 cm and (ii) a plastic cylinder with circular base of diameter 7 cm and height 10 cm. Which container has greater capacity and by how much? Is soft drink consumption good for health? Give your views.
21 Jan, 2019IX-E Mathematics
SURFACE AREAS AND VOLUMES (1) A joker’s cap is in the form of a right circular cone of base radius 7 cm and height 24 cm. Find the area of the sheet required to make 10 such caps. (2) Find the total surface area of a hemisphere of radius 10cm. (use ? = 3.14) (3) A soft drink is available in two packs – (i) a tin can with a rectangular base of length 5cm and width 4 cm, having a height of 15 cm and (ii) a plastic cylinder with circular base of diameter 7 cm and height 10 cm. Which container has greater capacity and by how much? Is soft drink consumption good for health? Give your views.

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