THINK MATH ~ 22

Thank you to all the students who created questions to our Think Math answer this week:
The answer is 46 chocolate Easter bunnies eaten in all. 8_3_48
There are 23 children. Each ate 2 chocolate Easter bunnies. How many did they eat in all? ~ Joaron
There were 30 chocolate Easter bunnies that were eaten. Then 10 more people ate 16 chocolate Easter bunnies. How many in all? ~ Ella S
There were 46 chocolate Easter bunnies. All of them were eaten. How many bunnies eaten in all? ~ Marian
Ella ate 16 chocolate Easter bunnies, Vi Vi ate 10 chocolate Easter bunnies and May ate 20. How many eaten altogether? ~ Ella L
There’s an Easter party that has 46 kids. At the end of the party they hand out chocolate Easter bunnies. The kids wanted to eat them so they did. How many eaten in all? ~ Ella L
There were 40 chocolate Easter bunnies. 6 more were found. They were all eaten. How many in all? ~ Ismael
There were 50 chocolate Easter bunnies. A limited edition bald Easter bandit stole 1. Dogman ate 1. John Cena ate 2. How many left? ~ Sunny
There were 36 chocolate Easter bunnies. 4 bunnies came and then 6 more. They were all eaten. How many in all? ~ Kayla
There were 100 chocolate bunnies jumping around. 54 bunnies say they are tired. The rest were eaten. How many bunnies were eaten? ~ Gurmannat
There were 30 chocolate Easter bunnies. 16 got found and they were all eaten. How many in all? ~ Ella S
There were 100 chocolate Easter bunnies. Easter bunnies ate 54 chocolates. How many in all? ~ Avi
There were 56 chocolate Easter bunnies. 6 were eaten by Sunny, Chace, Rishi, Joaron, Cruise and Jay and 4 were eaten by 2 cats and 2 dogs. The rest were eaten. How many in all? ~ Emmet

IMG_6613Here’s this week’s answer! Good Luck Grade 3s! Remember there are as many different correct answers as there are students in our class! I can’t wait to share the answers this Friday!
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Round One

The NHL Playoffs have begun!
We have voted to follow the matchup between the Pittsburgh Penguins and the Philadelphia Flyers!
After each game, we’ll graph the game winning team on a pie chart, the score on a bar graph and keep tallies of the Penguins players goals and assists. I wonder whose prediction will be correct at the end of the 1st Round!?

NHL Playoffs! Round 1!

Our Canucks did not make the playoffs 
What match up should we cheer for & track on our hockey board Division 8!?
Submit your vote in our Poll on the right and we’ll start graphing the data on our hockey board on Monday afternoon!
NASHVILLEsmall_logoPREDATORS          COLORADOAVALANCHE
WINNIPEGJETS          MINNESOTAwild-logoWILD
LAS VEGASGOLDEN KNIGHTS           L.A.6443KINGS
ANAHEIMducks_50tDUCKS          SAN JOSESanJoseSharksLogoSHARKS
PITTSBURGH51QeZM6TXUL__AC_UL160_SR160,160_PENGUINS          PHILADELPHIAlogo_small_flyersFLYERS
TAMPA BAYtbl-logoLIGHTNING          NEW JERSEYDEVILS
BOSTONBRUINS          TORONTOMAPLE LEAFS
COLUMBUSBLUE JACKETS     WASHINGTONcaps-logoCAPITALS       

THINK MATH ~ 21

Thank you to all the students who created questions to our Think Math answer this week:
The answer is 33 Easter Eggs in 3 Easter Baskets. paintsmiley

IMG_3876Here’s this week’s answer! Good Luck Grade 3s! Remember there are as many different correct answers as there are students in our class! I can’t wait to share the answers this Friday!
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Celebrating 100 Days

Divisions 8 & 9 created some fun writing by imagining themselves 90+ years into the future and with a little help from the app AgingBooth they had some wrinkly inspiration. Ever imagine yourself at 100?!
         
Click HERE to see our 100 year old selves!

Book Fair Volunteers Needed!

 Mrs. Roberts is looking for volunteer parents / family members to help her in the library during next week’s book fair.
No experience needed! ~ Before school, at lunch, or after school ~
If anyone has time during the day or knows another parent at Nelson who might like to help out, please let myself or Mrs. Roberts know! Any amount of time is helpful & would be very much appreciated.
Thanks so much! Ms. Watt🙂4326BBC238AA46E089C75CB9B99D7269

THINK MATH ~ 20

Thank you to all the students who created questions to our Think Math answer this week:
The answer is 22 green shamrocks left over. 8_9_38
There were 34 shamrocks. Lucy took 5. Then Rose took 3 for her family. Then Isabelle’s mom took 4. How many left over? ~ Emily
There were 38 shamrocks and Sunny took 16. How many are left? ~ Aqsa
There were 23 green shamrocks. 2 got crushed by a tornado and 1 grew back. How many left? ~ Cruise
There were 30 shamrocks. Somebody took 8 shamrocks away. How many are left? ~ Ella S
There were 42 shamrocks. Rishi whined and whined until he got 4. Chace bought 8 with 8 dollars. Then Sunny bought 8 too. How many left? ~ Sunny

IMG_6462Here’s this week’s answer! Good Luck Grade 3s! Remember there are as many different correct answers as there are students in our class! I can’t wait to share the answers the first Friday we’re back!
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Jump Rope 4 Heart 2018

On Friday, March 16th, for the 36th year in a row, Nelson students participated in:
Participating in Jump Rope for Heart helps Nelson students learn the importance of physical activity, healthy eating and giving to others.
We jumped with our buddies & friends from 1:00-2:00 in the gymnasium & competed in challenges given by Mr. Morrison.
Click on the below picture to see us having fun & exercising our hearts!

St. Michaels Visit

On Thursday morning, we visited Saint Michaels with Miss Gatenby’s grade 1s for our 1st time this year & sang for the seniors.
I’m so proud of how everyone performed and were so respectful in a much different environment than you’re used to. Way to go grade 2s & 3s! 
After entertaining, we were all spoiled with snacks and brought goodie bags back with us to school!

THINK MATH ~ 19

Thank you to all the students who created questions to our Think Math answer this week:
The answer is 48 students & 2 adults going bowling at Old Orchard Bowling Alley. bowling-smiley
6 adults went for lunch. 2 adults went to Old Orchard bowling alley. 46 kids were there. 2 more kids came. How many students all together? ~ Marian
There are 16 adults at Old Orchard. 14 went because it was lunchtime! 48 students didn’t want to leave so how many left? ~ Marian
There are 2 classes and each class had 24 students. They had a field trip to Old Orchard bowling alley. There were only 2 teachers to monitor them because they have to stay together anyway to bowl. How many all together? ~ Ella L
There are 50 students and 10 adults in Old Orchard bowling alley. 2 students got kicked out because they pulled off an insane prank. 8 adults left because they thought it was boring. How students and adults bowling? ~ Sunny

IMG_1759Here’s this week’s answer! Good Luck Grade 3s! Remember there are as many different correct answers as there are students in our class! I can’t wait to share the answers this Friday!
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