Here, we combine art with vocabulary to help us to remember our ‘harder to remember’ words.
We’ve been enjoying getting to know the many characters in Wonder. Be sure to ask you child about each main character and if they have a favourite yet.
‘appy Birthday, Roald Dahl, from Mrs. Twit and the Grade 4 class.
We did some work on simple subjects today. They can sometimes be a little tricky, so here’s a video that we used to help us with our work. (Tomorrow, we’ll be covering simple predicates.)
We finished our reading of The Twits this week. YIPPEE! The ending came as a little bit of a surprise for us. Be sure to ask your child to summarize the story. Yesterday, we put on our investigative hats and
Today, in science class, we created an edible, plant cell. Please be sure to ask your child to identify each part of their plant cell. Here are some clues for you. 😉 We had the: Nucleus Cell Wall Mitochondria Vacuole
I regret to inform you that your child has become Mr. or Mrs. Twit. Please see below as evidence of this dreadful transformation.
We focused our reading session on the character traits of Mr. and Mrs. Twit. We also went on to highlight our favorite prank using evidence from the book to describe it.
We’ve been reviewing place value this week and will continue throughout next week. We managed to build a few homes, one place value cement block, at a time. Ask you child to sing you the place value song that we
Ok! So…today I had THE BEST Stem activity planned for us to end the day with. I’m telling you, it included team building, hands-on, sweet treats, engineering and design…you name it! But alas…the staple ingredient to our activity…hmmm…melted? Yes, you