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MATH WEEK CELEBRATION (III-V)

SUDOKU COMPETITION
Math week started with the first round of Sudoku competition in classes III, IV and V. All the students participated in the first round. All those students who solved the puzzle correctly qualified for Round II. 

Round II was time based and hence first, second and third positions were secured by the students who solved the puzzle quickly as well as correctly.

Following is the result of Sudoku Competition:
SNO    NAME    CLASS    SECTION    POSITION    HOUSE
1    TARUSH RASWANT    III    AMAZON    FIRST    NALANDA
2    NEHAL SAINI    III    BRAHMAPUTRA    SECOND    TAKSHILA
3    SHYAMLI PENGORIYA    III    BRAHMAPUTRA    THIRD    TAKSHILA
                   
1    MAANAVI BANSAL    IV    ANGEL    FIRST    PISA
2    KEERTIKA V. KUMAR    IV    WULAR    SECOND    ALEXANDRIA
3    MAAHI SAPRA    IV    PUSHKAR    THIRD    TAKSHILA
                   
1    TAVISHI AGARWAL    V    CASPIAN    FIRST    ALEXANDRIA
2    AVISHI BANSAL    V    CARIBBEAN    SECOND    ALEXANDRIA
3    VIHAAN SAPRA    V    SOLOMON    THIRD    TAKSHILA
                   
MATH CARNIVAL
Lotus Valley International School organized a Math Carnival as a part of Math Week for Classes III to V to boost the intellect, talent, mental ability and creative intelligence of the students on 8th Dec, 9th Dec and 11th Dec for students and parents. A  wide array of game stalls which had interesting puzzles and interactive games like fishing the factors, multiple match, decimal comparison, shapes memory match ,rubix cubes, etc  were set up. The students also showcased their talent by presenting a humourous play and Math tricks in front of the parents. The parents  were delighted to see their children perform so well and appreciated their efforts wholeheartedly. They felt transported back to their childhood and thoroughly enjoyed the games presented through the carnival.

GUESSTIMATION
The concept of guesstimating is in fact a modified version of the ‘Fermi Question’ initiated by the leading physicist Enrico Fermi.
These Fermi questions/problems challenge students to arrive at an approximate answer by making assumptions about the situation presented to them. It inculcates a sense of reasoning in the students and helps nurture their creative skills.
In an endeavour to develop these skills in our children, a questionnaire-based worksheet was given. The students thoroughly enjoyed themselves and it was indeed a great learning experience.