Did you know koalas are poisonous?? The toxins in eucalyptus leaves make koalas taste terrible, protecting them from predators. Find out more about one of nature’s laziest and dumbest critters! To watch this video on TumbleBooks, follow the link on our school website under Library: Web Resources or click here: https://learn.burnabyschools.ca/index.php/staff-resources/elementary-web-resources
This is a fantastic resource for learning from home or at school! PBS has provided short, engaging videos with lessons and teaching guides. All subjects and grades are covered, and you can search by topic or grade. There are even current events and health, such as learning about COVID-19. Check it out! https://www.pbslearningmedia.org/
Check out this page for links to online district learning resources and ways to support learning from home.https://learning.burnabyschools.ca/
It’s time to return your library books to the school. Books can be returned to the library from 9-3 on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays or to your classroom teacher (if you are attending school). It is helpful to put your books in a plastic or paper bag. If you have any questions, please email Ms. Lynka or Ms. Pang.
June is adopt-a-cat month! Unfortunately, due to COVID-19 restrictions, adoptions are not possible from most shelters. Consider making a small donation to a local animal shelter to help feed the pets waiting for new homes! Then, go to TumbleBooks and check out this hilarious story of Frank & Laverne, a dog and cat stuck living together…there are TWO versions- one from each pet!! (As a cat person, I must side with Laverne!)