Holiday Fun

Here are some pictures of some fun activities we have been up to. We wrote letters to Santa with our buddies and then we walked to the mail box to deliver them.  Santa wrote us back in a big letter (see picture). Students were so very excited to have received this letter.

This snow man was made using handprints to make the snowflakes. It will be put up in the gym for the Pancake Breakfast with Santa on Friday.

We read a book called “Santa is Stuck”.  The book was enjoyed by all.  We turned it into a craft and writing activity in ways to get Santa out. Students were very creative. 

Directed drawing of Rudolf…

Remembrance Day

Today students participated in performing in sign language to the song, Imagine by John Lennon during our Remembrance Day assembly. We chose this song for its powerful message of the possibility of peace in the world. As a class we discussed how fortunate we are in Canada and thankful for all those who work hard to keep us safe. 

Below are pictures of poppy art that the children created. We read a story that described Flanders Field and why the poppy is used to represent Remembrance Day.Some students were excited to learn that a poppy is a real flower.