The year sure seems to have flown by! We have accomplished so much. Thank you for following our blog and tracking our Grade One learning journey with us! This is the final blog post of the year. Enjoy 🙂
We learned about money – what it is used for, why it is important, what the coins looks like (Canadian symbolism) and the amount each is worth. We practiced counting coins using our skip counting and addition skills. We also learned about the difference between buying and trading and bartering. We discussed aboriginal connections. We worked creatively with others to create unique and handmade products to trade.
We learned about the sources and properties of light and sound.
Sports Day Fun!
Our Field Trip to Edmonds Spray Park and the School Picnic
A Note From The Teachers
It has been wonderful working with your children this year. We have enjoyed watching them learn, play, and grow this year. Every child has worked hard on something that was challenging for them; they have all had a year full of determination and growth. They have built bonds with each other and memories that will last a lifetime! We both have fond memories that we have held onto from our days in Grade One (many years ago!) and we hope your children will look back on these sweet childhood days and remember feelings of happiness. Each child holds a special place in our hearts. We want to thank you for supporting your child this year… and for supporting us! We couldn’t have had a successful year without your continual efforts and attention.
We hope you all have a lovely summer building memories with you families! All the best to you next year… and remember to stop by and say hi 🙂
Ms. Romano and Mrs. Perello