Since Lanterns Parade is on Saturday, we made lanterns during a workshop with Michelle Jamieson on Wednesday.
Send us some pictures if you happen to go, we could share them with the class.
As we continue our scientific learning, it would be appreciated if you could send your child with empty toilet paper rolls for the beginning of the week.
We practiced our comprehension of a text by playing BattleShip in class for La mauvaise journée d’Enzo.
As you practice reading Le monstre Arthur, you can ask your child to write down a few questions they will ask during our weekly BattleShip.
We also practiced our listening skill with 2 different texts. The goal was to draw a monster with specific characteristics by listening to a text read at loud.
We listened to the song Pure laine et coloree one more time to put the paragraphs in the correct order.
We started to learn about sound which is the other part of our science unit. With 3 experiments (tuning fork, elastic and rice), we discovered that sound is produced by vibrations.
Some students worked on their lanterns and landscape with lines.
We started drawing our monster for description next week.
Below are some of the highlights of the week from a student perspective:
I liked making the lanterns, Reagan
I liked the elastic band experiment, Chloe
I liked going to Benmiller, Owen
I liked listening to the description and drawing the monster, Kalli
I liked doing the rice experiment, Ben
I liked the tuning fork experiment, Callum
I liked doing BattleShip, Grayson
I liked listening to the song, Mya