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Glasses

Can you believe we designed our own instrument today?  We took drinking glasses and filled them with varying levels of water.  If a glass has lots of water, it makes a lower pitch.  If a glass has less water, it makes a higher pitch.  You can even see the sound vibrations rippling the water!  We played Baby Shark and part of Happy Birthday and you could actually tell what it was.  Maybe we'll be famous glass harp players!

Terrific Tuesday

In the first place we wrote about our favourite things.  Then we got to type our Snowman Story on Google Docs.  We can actually log in to Google and show you tonight or finish it.

The great thing about math is that most of us now have two games that can help us practice our math skills.  We even had to use division in science today!  It helped us to know how to organize the space on our page evenly.

Strangely enough, the field trip is tomorrow!  It feels like we have been waiting forever.  We need to be sure to dress warmly and to bring a lunch that does not need to be re-heated.

Monday

You'll be interested to find out that we are learning the ABC's in sign language.  If a person who cannot hear forgets a word, they can spell it out with their hands.  Would you believe that many babies are born with hearing impairment?  As a baby or child one can suffer from hearing loss due to ear infections.  That's called conductive hearing loss.

Movie Night!

Come in your pyjamas and join us for the movie "Abominable" on Thursday, January 30! Tickets available through your healthy hunger account https://healthyhunger.ca/ Doors open at 6pm, the movie starts at 6:30pm. A candy concession will be available. All children must come with adult supervision. If you're able to volunteer please sign up atvolunteersignup.org/YAYT7

Thank you!

Evergreen School Council

to notice that our knowledge of patterns helps us understand multiplication and division.  For example, this pattern: 3, 6, 9, 12, 15, 18 can help us to solve 3x6=18.

Can you believe that we know how to draw a treble clef now?

We started to learn how we hear sound.  Did you know that the ear part that we see is called the pinna? There is way more to our ear inside our head!

# Mr. Scheidegger

Glasses

Can you believe we designed our own instrument today?  We took drinking glasses and filled them with varying levels of water.  If a glass has lots of water, it makes a lower pitch.  If a glass has less water, it makes a higher pitch.  You can even see the sound vibrations rippling the water!  We played Baby Shark and part of Happy Birthday and you could actually tell what it was.  Maybe we'll be famous glass harp players!

Terrific Tuesday

In the first place we wrote about our favourite things.  Then we got to type our Snowman Story on Google Docs.  We can actually log in to Google and show you tonight or finish it.

The great thing about math is that most of us now have two games that can help us practice our math skills.  We even had to use division in science today!  It helped us to know how to organize the space on our page evenly.

Strangely enough, the field trip is tomorrow!  It feels like we have been waiting forever.  We need to be sure to dress warmly and to bring a lunch that does not need to be re-heated.

Monday

You'll be interested to find out that we are learning the ABC's in sign language.  If a person who cannot hear forgets a word, they can spell it out with their hands.  Would you believe that many babies are born with hearing impairment?  As a baby or child one can suffer from hearing loss due to ear infections.  That's called conductive hearing loss.

Movie Night!

Come in your pyjamas and join us for the movie "Abominable" on Thursday, January 30! Tickets available through your healthy hunger account https://healthyhunger.ca/ Doors open at 6pm, the movie starts at 6:30pm. A candy concession will be available. All children must come with adult supervision. If you're able to volunteer please sign up atvolunteersignup.org/YAYT7

Thank you!

Evergreen School Council

to notice that our knowledge of patterns helps us understand multiplication and division.  For example, this pattern: 3, 6, 9, 12, 15, 18 can help us to solve 3x6=18.

Can you believe that we know how to draw a treble clef now?

We started to learn how we hear sound.  Did you know that the ear part that we see is called the pinna? There is way more to our ear inside our head!