Dear Division 2 Families,
Just a friendly reminder that Student Led Conferences are happening April 27 from 1:45-4:00 p.m. in our room. Our class is holding “Open House” style conferences, which means that you can come when it is convenient for you during that timeframe. It will take about 10-15 minutes for your child to show you some work so please arrive no later than 3:45 if you’re planning to come near the end. It is always busiest at 2:00. If you would like a quieter visit, plan to come a little later in the afternoon.
Looking forward to seeing everyone!
sent with Siri
This is a friendly reminder to bring your ingredient for our food studies lesson tomorrow! We are making marinara sauce and you are responsible to bring in bread (for dipping) and one of (tomatoes, garlic, olive oil, basil, salt and/or sugar)
Journal: The Future
3 paragraph response
Suggestion for those who would like a framework:
Paragraph 1: Describe your future using the 5 senses. Be creative!
Paragraph 2: Where do you see yourself in 5, 10, or 20 years? School? Work? Hobbies? Interests? You do not need to be specific.
Paragraph 3: What is important to you for the future? This is open-ended.
Can’t wait to read all of your fabulous pieces!
Our final Science project for the year is off to a great start! Students have begun their research already.
Here is the criteria:
- Creative title with era included
- Images and drawings
- Organisms that have evolved during your time
- Interesting facts
- Big events that took place during your time
- Indigenous people’s contributions (changes in biodiversity)
- Climate changes
- Physical changes to the environment
Due April 25, 2023
Welcome back, everyone! We hope everyone had a great break with their family and friends.
Division 2 is back at work. Students have begun reading their novels for their French novel study this term. They are currently working on a cover page for their book reports. Tomorrow, I will introduce their science inquiry for this final term, focusing on climate change, geology and indigenous people. Students also voted to work on explorations where they will choose an ADST component of the curriculum (woodworking, food studies, computational skills, coding and more!) and learn a new skill. We are excited for our final term together!
If you ever have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us via email. We check it regularly!
Mme Bianca & Mme Panagiotou
This is a friendly reminder that your French speech oral presentations are next week! I know you have all been working hard this term and I can’t wait to hear all of your wonderful presentations. Our top candidates will have a chance to compete at our Aubrey Concours D’Art Oratoire on Thursday, February 23. All the best to everyone!
A friendly reminder that we will be going to the French Film Festival sponsored by the CPF on Friday, February 10th! We will be travelling by bus to and from the theatre, Cineplex SilverCity Metropolis.
Happy Lunar New Year!
We have made lanterns, bunny paintings and next week, we will be baking pineapple cookies to celebrate Lunar New Year! Please ask your child to tell you about their learning!
We are starting a sewing project in December and to be successful, there are some items you will need to bring to school. Sewing is an amazing skill and provides an opportunity for creative expression. Students develop a lot of pride when creating a piece that is unique because they put in all the effort themselves.
Students will receive a pattern to design a stocking or small pillow case.
Students are required to bring the following items:
-Sewing needle, pins and thread (please place in a labelled container)
Please note: A larger needer with larger eye is easier for beginners!
-Fabric of choice (enough to sew a stocking or small pillow)
-Optional (buttons, jewels, etc)
Please bring to school by November 29, 2022.