Thursday, August 30, 2007

For those hardworking ones...(Answers Added)

Dear diligent pupils,

Questions for you to do:

1.Mrs Lee ordered 28 bowls of noodles and plates of rice altogether. 3/7 of the food she ordered was noodles.

(a) How many bowls of noodles did she order? (12 bowls)
(b) How many plates of rice did she order? (16 bowls)

2. Yahya bought 32kg of beef and mutton for his wedding. 5/8 of the meal bought was beef and the rest was mutton.

(a) How many kilograms of beef did he buy? (20 kg)
(b) How many kilograms of mutton did he buy? (12kg)

3. Shu Fong collects Singapore and Malaysia stamps. She had 28 more Singapore stamps than Malaysia stamps in her collection. If 5/8 of the stamps were Singapore stamps,

(a) How many Singapore stamps did she collect? (70 stamps)
(b) How many Malaysia stamps did she collect? (42 stamps)

4. At home, Kok Keong spends 40 more minutes studying than playing. He spent 3/4 of his time studying.

(a) How many minutes did Kok Keong spend studying? (60 minutes)
(b) What is the total time he spent on studying and playing? (20 minutes)

Holiday Homework

Dear children,

These are the things to be done during the September holidays:

1. Science CA2 practice paper (2)
2. English CA2 practice paper (1)
3. Mathematics practice paper (1) [Leave out topics on Symmetry and Tessellations]
4. Science - Planting your seeds and observe it one week later
5. Review all science topics except Energy, Light and Heat to prepare for the Science Test after the holidays.

Work hard and play hard too.

Some people dream of success... while others wake up and work hard at it.

Things to bring Tomorrow

Dear children,

As relayed, please bring along these items:

1. Maths Practice 4

2. Water bottle

3. Pencil Box

4. Handbook

5. Silent Reading book - Chinese

6. Party Items

7. Materials for IPW product

See ya tomorrow

Sunday, August 12, 2007

Activities on Light

How We See Things

Light and Dark

Light and Shadows

SGEM Winners: The Fisherman and His Wife

Learning Trail to Little India

Reader's Theatre Performance