Hi students! Please use this link to find your course on code.org: http://studio.code.org/sections/WPKJZT TURTLE POND In this course students learn to use logical reasoning and perseverance to solve problems that relate to topics on measurement, directionality, geometry, and sequence. In this unit, students are learning how to log in to a computer independently as well as learning basic operational
What a beautiful May we have had! This month, we have spent a lot of time getting to know our ducks. We have learned about their adaptations that help them survive, such as their bills help them scoop water, their webbed feet help them swim, their down keeps them warm and their oil ducts help them become waterproof. Outside, we
What a wonderful month we have had! Our chefs have been visiting our classroom every other Wednesday and we have planted many different vegetables including arugula, beets, beans, and peas. It has been very exciting to watch them grow. We have also been trying different vegetables such as beets, winter melon, ginger, carrots, lettuce, asparagus, cucumber, daikon, fennel, tomatoes, peppers
March went by in the blink of an eye! Before spring break, we finished our penguin reports and we will be reading these reports to our parents during Student Leds on April 12. In science we experimented with light by engaging with light provocations. Students explored the dynamic nature of shadows, different sources of light, and how different materials effect
What a quick month this has been! We started the month off honouring our families and celebrating diversity and love for Family Day. Our school theme was: “who do you love?” In our classroom, which Ms. Wong’s help, we had a kindness challenge, where the students were encouraged to do as many acts of kindness as possible in two weeks.