The student’s of Division 10 have been working on understanding patterning and number relationships. Some of them may have worked out this Odd Number Pattern found in Pascal’s Triangle at home with their parents. The Odd Number Pattern
Here are a few links to help you with your animal research: http://discoverymindblown.com/category/animals/ https://kids.nationalgeographic.com/animals/ https://www.worldbookonline.com/kids/home
Here are some interesting websites about salmon: https://defenders.org/salmon/basic-facts http://www.softschools.com/facts/animals/salmon_facts/658/ https://www.vanaqua.org/learn/aquafacts/fish/salmon
Students of Division 10 have been learning about the Pacific Northwest Tree Octopus and how to save it from extinction. Here is a link to the website the children have been using for their information. https://zapatopi.net/treeoctopus/
Here is a link to some Math graphing games. https://www.mathgames.com/graphing https://www.turtlediary.com/game/charts-and-graphing.html
Hello division 10. Here are some links to some educational games that Mrs. Renovich has on her website. https://sites.google.com/site/burnabyell/
Here is a link to the songs the children need to learn for their upcoming performance at Primary Days of Music. Please practice these as much as possible. Our class only has music two times per week, so they won’t have as much time to practice as they normally would. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLeFDwoYA7bgANeaXp4XLvqoYO1vSa8Dqu
Division 10 has been learning about how little fresh water there is on our planet and how important it is to conserve and care for the drinkable water we have. We have also been reviewing the Water Cycle. Below is a link to a fun video about the Water Cycle by Go Noodle.
Today was a busy day for the students of division 10. Students took part in our Reading Picnic this afternoon and also lent their artistic talents to helping create the schools new mural.
Our class had a special guest Ms. Cross, come to our classroom and teach the students about the First Nations’ medicine wheels. The class then began filling in their own medicine wheels as we discussed what we need to do to make sure that we are keeping our minds and our bodies healthy.