Blog: Oct 4, 2019

LA: 

- Word work

- Finished up our writing task related to Alexander, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day

- Novel Study work

Social:

- Continued our work on demoncracy

Science:

- finished up leaf classification

- documented changes to our ecosystems

- what is a leaf?

Math:

- Math Qs

- Working with large numbers

- worked on concepts and vocabulary terms - More (+) and less (-) than terms


Blog: Sept 27,2019


LA:

- word work

- novel study reading and responding

- Alexander, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day writing. We created our own version of what a horrible day would look like

Social:

- Researched the 4 pillars of democracy

Science:

- Weasalhead  field trip

- what the difference betweens trees and plants, deciduous and coniferous

Math

- We have been focusing reading large number - place value

Blog: Sept 20, 2019

It was lovely meeting with those of you that were able to attend Meet the Teacher Night. Thanks for coming.  


Language Arts:

- completed our re-tell of Weslandia

- continued word work and the development and application of descriptive language

- novel study and journal responses


Social

- explored current events revolving around immigration policies and the treatment of asylum seekers

Science

- sketching in the garden

- planned ecosystems

- vocabulary introduction

Math

- Place value

Upcoming dates:

Weasalhead Field Trip on Thursday.

Learning on the Land Friday, weather permitted. 



This week we’ve been super busy as we have finally started teaching curriculum!

Science: The kids were introduced to our first unit Trees and Forests. We began with important definitions that will be used throughout the unit and the provincial exams and learned about transpiration. 2L pop bottles with lids are still needed!

Math: We played some math games and were busy with assessment. Next week we will be starting our daily 8 math. More info to follow.

Social: Introduction to democracy and various governments around the world.

LA – We read the book Weslandia and have started working on retell writing tasks. We also started our novel studies with an emphasis on writing summaries and personal thoughts.

Up coming dates:

Sept 19 – 4:30 – 6:00 is Meet the Teacher night

Sept 20 – No school

Sept 26 – Weaselhead Field Trip – all day Volunteers are still needed for our trip





Grade 6 Team

Blog: Oct 4, 2019

LA: 

- Word work

- Finished up our writing task related to Alexander, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day

- Novel Study work

Social:

- Continued our work on demoncracy

Science:

- finished up leaf classification

- documented changes to our ecosystems

- what is a leaf?

Math:

- Math Qs

- Working with large numbers

- worked on concepts and vocabulary terms - More (+) and less (-) than terms


Blog: Sept 27,2019


LA:

- word work

- novel study reading and responding

- Alexander, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day writing. We created our own version of what a horrible day would look like

Social:

- Researched the 4 pillars of democracy

Science:

- Weasalhead  field trip

- what the difference betweens trees and plants, deciduous and coniferous

Math

- We have been focusing reading large number - place value

Blog: Sept 20, 2019

It was lovely meeting with those of you that were able to attend Meet the Teacher Night. Thanks for coming.  


Language Arts:

- completed our re-tell of Weslandia

- continued word work and the development and application of descriptive language

- novel study and journal responses


Social

- explored current events revolving around immigration policies and the treatment of asylum seekers

Science

- sketching in the garden

- planned ecosystems

- vocabulary introduction

Math

- Place value

Upcoming dates:

Weasalhead Field Trip on Thursday.

Learning on the Land Friday, weather permitted. 



This week we’ve been super busy as we have finally started teaching curriculum!

Science: The kids were introduced to our first unit Trees and Forests. We began with important definitions that will be used throughout the unit and the provincial exams and learned about transpiration. 2L pop bottles with lids are still needed!

Math: We played some math games and were busy with assessment. Next week we will be starting our daily 8 math. More info to follow.

Social: Introduction to democracy and various governments around the world.

LA – We read the book Weslandia and have started working on retell writing tasks. We also started our novel studies with an emphasis on writing summaries and personal thoughts.

Up coming dates:

Sept 19 – 4:30 – 6:00 is Meet the Teacher night

Sept 20 – No school

Sept 26 – Weaselhead Field Trip – all day Volunteers are still needed for our trip





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