I hope you enjoy this very entertaining video that we shot today with us planting seeds.
So…we’ve been learning all about spores in class. We got to look at spores from a fern under the microscope. But, of course we couldn’t leave it at just that. Thanks to Lachlan, we were able to get up close
We delved a little deeper into equations today. Instead of simply writing them down, however, we did a little hands on activity so that we could track our equations…with the help of some coins (just pretend that they’re counters).
We added some gross factor to our math review time yesterday. If you haven’t heard yet, Grade 4 had to reach their hands into bowls of human skin, eyeballs, intestines, and maggots yesterday, in order to retrieve their math review
In hopes of inspiring higher learning and deeper level thinking, we tried out something called Chalk Time for reading. One challenge to generating substantive questions and ideas is getting every student’s voice heard. There are lots of reasons for this,
Happy Literacy Month! On Friday, we took a trip to Books and Books, Camana Bay, and had a brilliant time hunting for book clues in the scavenger hunt and even buying some new books.
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.)