Find information about general class activities, “what we did today” blogs, examples of student projects, reminders, and general resources that parents or students might find useful. Upcoming events are in our calendar.
To comment on a blog question, email Mrs. Brandt at lpbrandt@cbe.ab.ca or lpbrandt@educbe.ca

To book a parent teacher conference or to pay for field trips click on this link.

***To Log in to Raz Kids -  Teacher username lbrandt18.


February 26, 2020

Mrs. Brandt's Comment Challenge:  What group is coming to our school on May 11 to do a presentation?

MR: First in book clubs, we worked on I feel and did more coloring on our pictures.

KT: In math, we did 10 monkeys and did a mixed mental math.

LH: After lunch, we read story and went to gym.  We did volleyball skills.

YS: Then we did our research on world organizations such as Red Cross.

AP: Reminders: Fun lunch is tomorrow.  Bring back report card envelopes.  We have earned a free choice party for Friday.  We can bring things to play with for 1/2 hour.

February 25, 2020

Mrs. Brandt's Comment Challenge:  Where and when did Pink Shirt day begin?

YB: First we wrote letters to our pen pals in Miss Brandt's class at Roberta Bondar School.

JS: In math, we had our test and started using 10 Monkeys Number Rumble.

HH: After lunch, we wrote the names of international Global Citizens in our visual Journals.

BG: Next, in gym, we practiced our volleyball skills.

CT: Right after gym, we went to music and played our recorders.  We started learning songs for our musical.

YS: Reminders: Tomorrow is Pink shirt day.  Bring report card envelopes if you haven't already.


February 21, 2020

Mrs. Brandt's Comment Challenge:  What does import/export mean?

CT: First we went to gym and played Octopus. It is like a tag game.

KS: Next we did our review and it is in our backpacks.

YA: The Grade three first challenge group talked about community and chose on of the countries.  We will be making dioramas starting Monday.

CB: Mrs. Brandt's group did more facts about our maps watch snack and video.

HH: After we finished we did Finish up time.

YS: Reminders: Get your review signed for Monday.

February 20, 2020

Mrs. Brandt's Comment Challenge:  Why is the answer always zero when you multiply a number by zero?

LF: During book clubs, we did our hearing sentences about our pictures.

KS: We actually played with the seekers in Quidditch for the first time.  We played the full game and got points today.

YA: Next we had math and the problem was with a map.  We did a division mental math.

BG: Then we finished our maps in Social Studies.

LH: After we did recorders where we played Eau Clair de la Lune.

YS: Reminders: Hand in science tests if you haven't already.  Remember to use Raz Kids at home. 

Febraury 19, 2020

Mrs. Brandt's Comment Challenge:  What kind of land would you find in Tunisia?

JS: First we started writing I see statements for our art and writing.  We started adding more details into our art.

YB: We did a mix of multiplication and division after library.

CB: After we did more on our maps.  Some of us moved on to note taking.  Others started their project work in the library.

AS: In gym, we practiced using Snitches for Quidditch.

EP: Reminders: Bring back your science test if you haven't. Some of us have math in our backpacks that we did today.  We also have our checklists for our posters on kindness.

February 18, 2020

Mrs. Brandt's Comment Challenge:  Where do you find directions on a map?

BM: First we did book clubs after circle and started the art for our art in writing.

HH: We did division mental math, division word problems and two step math problems.

BG: In the afternoon, we started making maps of our four countries.

GY: Next in gym, we added taggers to Quidditch.

SK: After we talked about our Musical in May and played some recorder Music.

YB: Reminders;  Please bring back your report card envelope if you haven't already. Bring back your Science test if you haven't already.

February 12, 2020

Mrs. Brandt's Comment Challenge:  How high can you count by 11s?

MR: First we did book clubs and made bags for our Valentine's.  We looked for words we could make out of the words Valentine's Day.

CB: After going to the library, we did math where we had two problems and wrote our own.  We had a Valentine's math Sheet.

YA: In gym, we played Quittich.  We added blockers today.

BM: Then we finished our painting and gave out our Valentines.

AR: Reminders:  Come for Game night today from 5:00 - 6:30.  There is no school until Tuesday due to Convention and Family Day.

February 11, 2020

Mrs. Brandt's Comment Challenge:  What were the three random acts of kindness that I have watched for already?

KS: First we did book clubs. During book clubs we did what's wrong.  It had 46 mistakes.

AR: Second, we did division mental math, we learned a trick for skip counting on calculators, Then we answered some problems.

EP: Next, we did more on our India Silhouette Art.

GY: In Gym, we played Quittich with only chasers.

KS: We did a hand game called Mary Mack in Music. We played recorders - A, B, G.

AP: Reminders:  Tomorrow is our Math game night at 5:00 - 6:30. Bring Valentine's tomorrow if you would like to. There is no school on Thursday and Friday.


Here's a reminder that there will be no school Thursday, Friday and Monday due to Teacher's Convention and Family Day.

We learned what the word precept meant. It was from the story "Wonder".  These are important words to live by. One precept we know is, "Treat others the way you want to be treated".  

What are the precepts in our family?

We figured out what a silhouette.  Ask us about his project.

We started Quidditch in gym.  We learned the first role.  It's called The Chaser.

During circle today we talked about independence.  This means that you can solve problems on your own.  

For math we did division.  It's really the same as multiplication but only the reverse!  24 divided by six equals four.  When you're doing multiplication you do the reverse: four multiplied by six equals 24.

February 7, 2020

Mrs. Brandt's Comment Challenge: What are the four elements of Hip Hop? What is the fifth secret element?

EP: First we didi review and it is in our backpacks.

LF: Second we did Sanck and Video where we watched "The science of music"

BG: Then we did our performance.  We were awesome.

AP: Reminders:  We can bring our Valentines' on Wednesday. Wednesday night is Math game night from 5:00 - 6:30.  Handbell players need to be here by 5:20.

Hey there! We had such an amazing time dancing with your students! Thank you again for this opportunity.


Hello Parents!

We have had such an AMAZING time dancing with your children! Perhaps you’ve noticed the extra ‘pep in their step’ and groove in their moves! keeping them moving! SK Monthly.

SK-Monthly is a Student-Focused Newsletter built for one purpose: to keep your children dancing. Subscribers receive an Instructional Dance Video every month, created by our own in-school instructors, offering an endless number of dances for them to practice and share with their friends. In addition, the newsletter includes some fun and practical information about dance games, how to hold a Dance Cypher, how to organize your own school dance club and even some positive and clean tunes for them to dance to!

This newsletter, available only to those students who have participated in an SoundKreations Dance Program, is set-up to go to the parent’s inbox and is a completely ad-free, spam-free initiative focused entirely on building dance community and keeping kids moving and grooving!

If you would like to register your child in the SK Monthly Virtual Dance Club please follow the link below!

www.skmonthly.com

Have fun and we’ll see you online :)

Yours in health and creation,

Jordan Dack
Owner, SoundKreations
jdack@soundkreations.com
www.soundkreations.com


Mrs. Brandt

Find information about general class activities, “what we did today” blogs, examples of student projects, reminders, and general resources that parents or students might find useful. Upcoming events are in our calendar.
To comment on a blog question, email Mrs. Brandt at lpbrandt@cbe.ab.ca or lpbrandt@educbe.ca

To book a parent teacher conference or to pay for field trips click on this link.

***To Log in to Raz Kids -  Teacher username lbrandt18.


February 26, 2020

Mrs. Brandt's Comment Challenge:  What group is coming to our school on May 11 to do a presentation?

MR: First in book clubs, we worked on I feel and did more coloring on our pictures.

KT: In math, we did 10 monkeys and did a mixed mental math.

LH: After lunch, we read story and went to gym.  We did volleyball skills.

YS: Then we did our research on world organizations such as Red Cross.

AP: Reminders: Fun lunch is tomorrow.  Bring back report card envelopes.  We have earned a free choice party for Friday.  We can bring things to play with for 1/2 hour.

February 25, 2020

Mrs. Brandt's Comment Challenge:  Where and when did Pink Shirt day begin?

YB: First we wrote letters to our pen pals in Miss Brandt's class at Roberta Bondar School.

JS: In math, we had our test and started using 10 Monkeys Number Rumble.

HH: After lunch, we wrote the names of international Global Citizens in our visual Journals.

BG: Next, in gym, we practiced our volleyball skills.

CT: Right after gym, we went to music and played our recorders.  We started learning songs for our musical.

YS: Reminders: Tomorrow is Pink shirt day.  Bring report card envelopes if you haven't already.


February 21, 2020

Mrs. Brandt's Comment Challenge:  What does import/export mean?

CT: First we went to gym and played Octopus. It is like a tag game.

KS: Next we did our review and it is in our backpacks.

YA: The Grade three first challenge group talked about community and chose on of the countries.  We will be making dioramas starting Monday.

CB: Mrs. Brandt's group did more facts about our maps watch snack and video.

HH: After we finished we did Finish up time.

YS: Reminders: Get your review signed for Monday.

February 20, 2020

Mrs. Brandt's Comment Challenge:  Why is the answer always zero when you multiply a number by zero?

LF: During book clubs, we did our hearing sentences about our pictures.

KS: We actually played with the seekers in Quidditch for the first time.  We played the full game and got points today.

YA: Next we had math and the problem was with a map.  We did a division mental math.

BG: Then we finished our maps in Social Studies.

LH: After we did recorders where we played Eau Clair de la Lune.

YS: Reminders: Hand in science tests if you haven't already.  Remember to use Raz Kids at home. 

Febraury 19, 2020

Mrs. Brandt's Comment Challenge:  What kind of land would you find in Tunisia?

JS: First we started writing I see statements for our art and writing.  We started adding more details into our art.

YB: We did a mix of multiplication and division after library.

CB: After we did more on our maps.  Some of us moved on to note taking.  Others started their project work in the library.

AS: In gym, we practiced using Snitches for Quidditch.

EP: Reminders: Bring back your science test if you haven't. Some of us have math in our backpacks that we did today.  We also have our checklists for our posters on kindness.

February 18, 2020

Mrs. Brandt's Comment Challenge:  Where do you find directions on a map?

BM: First we did book clubs after circle and started the art for our art in writing.

HH: We did division mental math, division word problems and two step math problems.

BG: In the afternoon, we started making maps of our four countries.

GY: Next in gym, we added taggers to Quidditch.

SK: After we talked about our Musical in May and played some recorder Music.

YB: Reminders;  Please bring back your report card envelope if you haven't already. Bring back your Science test if you haven't already.

February 12, 2020

Mrs. Brandt's Comment Challenge:  How high can you count by 11s?

MR: First we did book clubs and made bags for our Valentine's.  We looked for words we could make out of the words Valentine's Day.

CB: After going to the library, we did math where we had two problems and wrote our own.  We had a Valentine's math Sheet.

YA: In gym, we played Quittich.  We added blockers today.

BM: Then we finished our painting and gave out our Valentines.

AR: Reminders:  Come for Game night today from 5:00 - 6:30.  There is no school until Tuesday due to Convention and Family Day.

February 11, 2020

Mrs. Brandt's Comment Challenge:  What were the three random acts of kindness that I have watched for already?

KS: First we did book clubs. During book clubs we did what's wrong.  It had 46 mistakes.

AR: Second, we did division mental math, we learned a trick for skip counting on calculators, Then we answered some problems.

EP: Next, we did more on our India Silhouette Art.

GY: In Gym, we played Quittich with only chasers.

KS: We did a hand game called Mary Mack in Music. We played recorders - A, B, G.

AP: Reminders:  Tomorrow is our Math game night at 5:00 - 6:30. Bring Valentine's tomorrow if you would like to. There is no school on Thursday and Friday.


Here's a reminder that there will be no school Thursday, Friday and Monday due to Teacher's Convention and Family Day.

We learned what the word precept meant. It was from the story "Wonder".  These are important words to live by. One precept we know is, "Treat others the way you want to be treated".  

What are the precepts in our family?

We figured out what a silhouette.  Ask us about his project.

We started Quidditch in gym.  We learned the first role.  It's called The Chaser.

During circle today we talked about independence.  This means that you can solve problems on your own.  

For math we did division.  It's really the same as multiplication but only the reverse!  24 divided by six equals four.  When you're doing multiplication you do the reverse: four multiplied by six equals 24.

February 7, 2020

Mrs. Brandt's Comment Challenge: What are the four elements of Hip Hop? What is the fifth secret element?

EP: First we didi review and it is in our backpacks.

LF: Second we did Sanck and Video where we watched "The science of music"

BG: Then we did our performance.  We were awesome.

AP: Reminders:  We can bring our Valentines' on Wednesday. Wednesday night is Math game night from 5:00 - 6:30.  Handbell players need to be here by 5:20.

Hey there! We had such an amazing time dancing with your students! Thank you again for this opportunity.


Hello Parents!

We have had such an AMAZING time dancing with your children! Perhaps you’ve noticed the extra ‘pep in their step’ and groove in their moves! keeping them moving! SK Monthly.

SK-Monthly is a Student-Focused Newsletter built for one purpose: to keep your children dancing. Subscribers receive an Instructional Dance Video every month, created by our own in-school instructors, offering an endless number of dances for them to practice and share with their friends. In addition, the newsletter includes some fun and practical information about dance games, how to hold a Dance Cypher, how to organize your own school dance club and even some positive and clean tunes for them to dance to!

This newsletter, available only to those students who have participated in an SoundKreations Dance Program, is set-up to go to the parent’s inbox and is a completely ad-free, spam-free initiative focused entirely on building dance community and keeping kids moving and grooving!

If you would like to register your child in the SK Monthly Virtual Dance Club please follow the link below!

www.skmonthly.com

Have fun and we’ll see you online :)

Yours in health and creation,

Jordan Dack
Owner, SoundKreations
jdack@soundkreations.com
www.soundkreations.com


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