Monday, September 25, 2017

Day 14

Hello everyone, We have a very busy week ahead and a lot to remember to do and bring ! 
1. Bake sale tomorrow and Wednesday our class is one of the classes responsible for bringing items to sell (please remember no NUTS.) we will gladly accept any donations you can send in whether they are store bought or home made. 
2. International day is fast approaching. I will be providing the food for the day but I am asking for $2 donations to help pay for some of the cost of food. - students will be assigned homework tomorrow to learn about Barbados 🇧🇧. They will be asked to do a small write up about their assigned part and bring in 1-2 small colour pictures (Internet) to accompany it. 
3. Students are asked to bring in a photo of a special relationship in their lives. We ask that they do a small presentation to the class telling us who the person is and why they are so special to them. (Friday) 
4. Terry fox run is tomorrow. Please wear gym uniform all day and send a bottle of water. 5. Welcome BBQ tickets are for sale. Vegetarian options are available
Thank you everyone for your constant support!

We started by writing our agenda note
Orange Shirt Day is a legacy that grew out of Phyllis' story of having her shiny new orange shirt taken away on her first day of school at the Mission, and it has become an opportunity to keep the discussion on all aspects of residential schools happening annually. 

  • Thursday October 5th is International Day we are studying Barbados if you have something from Barbados can you please email me!
  • Friday October 6th - Hot lunch payments due
Each Friday there will be a spelling test for the words of the week. Students will bring the words home every Monday in their agenda. On Mondays students will bring home their spelling words journal. In this journal they will be required to write each of their spelling words in a sentence. The journal will be due back on Fridays. 

1. jar
2. fan
3. fun
4. bag
5. jog
6. pig
7. friend
8. four
9. five
10. just

Next we had French with Mlle. Jessica, you can check out her blog at

Today students worked on writing the cursive lower case i.

Check out Mr. Oliver's blog:

Math: today students completed the pre-assessment for our upcoming number relations unit 

Inquiry into Language
Today we worked on our new spelling words of the week. 

Inquiry into relationships, rules and responsibilities

Students reviewed responsibilities and relationships. They then broke into groups of 4 and learned how to brainstorm. As a group we brainstormed about the relationship of friendship. In groups we wrote things that is a good a friend. We presented our ideas in groups to the class. 

We ended our day by have gym class with Ms. Jans, you can check out her blog at

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