Hola! Welcome to Room 1's blog, please check the links at the side for the most recent update on our learning.

~Updated June 19, 2019~

Announcements:

Important Dates:

·      Thursday June 20: Teacher Challenge!

·      Monday June 24: Farewell Assembly

·      Wednesday June 26: Last Day of Classes 

·      Thursday June 27: No school- appeals day

We are no longer taking books out from the library, so please remember to return all books this week! Thanks!

Reminder: Please remind your child not to bring toys (like Pokemon cards) to school, as they are not supposed to have them in the classroom, the lunchroom or at recess time. Thanks!

Math

We are reviewing our strategies to represent a number, such as with base ten blocks, tally marks, in expanded form (23= 20 +3), and with different eqautions, and on a hundreds chart. Some students have even been working on repeated groups, which is multiplication. We are doing problem solving in story problems, and students are reviewing addition and subtraction strategies, such as making ten or adding onto ten, and adding/subtracting double digit numbers by decomposing numbers into tens and ones.

Some questions you can ask me:

o   How could you solve the question 23 + 13? What strategy could you use?

o   How far apart are the highlighted numbers? How do you know?

English and Technology

We are creating our own research projects about a topic of choice with a partner. Students are creating a google slide and using their own research questions to help them find answers. They wil be presenting their five facts to teach us all something new about their topic.

See if your child can remember how to log in to their Google Account!

Ask your child to show you how to use ‘speech to text’ on Google Docs.

Some questions you can ask me:

·      What is your research topic?

·      What are some research questions you can think of for the topic of “sharks”?

Social Studies

We have a special guest coming in next week to show us all about drumming in First Nations’ culture and some oral storytelling. We will be investigating drumming circles, and First Nations music and culture further to prepapre us.

Science

We are learning all about plants! We are learning about the different parts of plants (stems, roots, leaves, flowers, fruit and seed) and what each one does. Students have made a “tree friend” and are observing and drawing changes in that tree as the seasons change. We are doing some experiments with different parts of the plant, and have planted our own seeds to watch them grow. It is also important that students learn how plants help us and other animals, and why they are so important and special!

Spanish

We are working on building sentences using “quien/ who (noun)”, “que/what (verb)”, and adjective. Students are creating sentences and illustrating them to demonstrate they can write sentences in Spanish. We are also doing some whole class and independent/ small group reading comprehension in Spanish by reading simple sentences and answering questions about what we just read. 

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Creating forest with natural items with CPAWS: 

We used different colors found outside to create a "beautiful thing" and draw with!

Family Fun Night (Auction Art)

Please find below a few math resources from the ABCya! website that align with some topics we have already studied. If you would like some extra enrichment at home, please take a look and feel free to explore others as well: 

http://www.abcya.com/adventure_man_counting.htm

Adventure Man and the Counting Quest | ABCya! Join Adventure Man as he races to find the hidden treasure before his arch nemesis, the sinister Mr. Thief gets to it first! You'll put your knowledge of multiples and skip-counting to the test as you make your way through swamps, canyons, and temples in this exhilarating counting quest. www.abcya.com

http://www.abcya.com/base_ten_bingo.htm

Base Ten BINGO | ABCya! Base Ten BINGO is a fun educational learning activity for children to practice counting by one's, ten's, hundred's and thousand's. First children select the desired place value and grid size. www.abcya.com

http://www.abcya.com/counting_fish.htm

Learn to Count | More Than, Less Than Activity | ABCya! ABCya! Counting Fish | Count the number of fish and click the correct number answer. More than and less than prompts help children determine the correct answer. Score report after each stage www.abcya.com

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Animal Research Links:

Swift Fox

Read: http://www.earthrangers.com/wildwire/swift-fox/

Video: http://www.infinitelooper.com/...

Northern Leopard Frog

Video: http://www.infinitelooper.com/?v=luXzpmcq3QM&p=n 

Video: http://www.infinitelooper.com/?v=CeDvv8u54vM&p=n

Video: http://www.infinitelooper.com/...

 

Grizzly Bear

Video: http://www.infinitelooper.com/?v=Z7h_DriTS_4&p=n

Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TSSPDwAQLXs

Video: http://www.infinitelooper.com/...

 

Burrowing Owl

Video: http://www.infinitelooper.com/...

Video: http://www.infinitelooper.com/?v=7wepVbSeprE&p=n

Video: http://www.infinitelooper.com/?v=Q01-rX20lqI&p=n

 

Whooping Crane

Video: http://www.infinitelooper.com/?v=renwuZnKeOg&p=n

Video: https://video.nationalgeographic.com/video/news/wild-chronicles/00000144-0a30-d3cb-a96c-7b3de66a0000


Woodland Caribou

Video: http://www.infinitelooper.com/?v=cfZdelr5Jtw&p=n 

Video: http://www.infinitelooper.com/...

Reading: https://www.kidzone.ws/animals... 

Srta. Katelyn Mitchell

Hola! Welcome to Room 1's blog, please check the links at the side for the most recent update on our learning.

~Updated June 19, 2019~

Announcements:

Important Dates:

·      Thursday June 20: Teacher Challenge!

·      Monday June 24: Farewell Assembly

·      Wednesday June 26: Last Day of Classes 

·      Thursday June 27: No school- appeals day

We are no longer taking books out from the library, so please remember to return all books this week! Thanks!

Reminder: Please remind your child not to bring toys (like Pokemon cards) to school, as they are not supposed to have them in the classroom, the lunchroom or at recess time. Thanks!

Math

We are reviewing our strategies to represent a number, such as with base ten blocks, tally marks, in expanded form (23= 20 +3), and with different eqautions, and on a hundreds chart. Some students have even been working on repeated groups, which is multiplication. We are doing problem solving in story problems, and students are reviewing addition and subtraction strategies, such as making ten or adding onto ten, and adding/subtracting double digit numbers by decomposing numbers into tens and ones.

Some questions you can ask me:

o   How could you solve the question 23 + 13? What strategy could you use?

o   How far apart are the highlighted numbers? How do you know?

English and Technology

We are creating our own research projects about a topic of choice with a partner. Students are creating a google slide and using their own research questions to help them find answers. They wil be presenting their five facts to teach us all something new about their topic.

See if your child can remember how to log in to their Google Account!

Ask your child to show you how to use ‘speech to text’ on Google Docs.

Some questions you can ask me:

·      What is your research topic?

·      What are some research questions you can think of for the topic of “sharks”?

Social Studies

We have a special guest coming in next week to show us all about drumming in First Nations’ culture and some oral storytelling. We will be investigating drumming circles, and First Nations music and culture further to prepapre us.

Science

We are learning all about plants! We are learning about the different parts of plants (stems, roots, leaves, flowers, fruit and seed) and what each one does. Students have made a “tree friend” and are observing and drawing changes in that tree as the seasons change. We are doing some experiments with different parts of the plant, and have planted our own seeds to watch them grow. It is also important that students learn how plants help us and other animals, and why they are so important and special!

Spanish

We are working on building sentences using “quien/ who (noun)”, “que/what (verb)”, and adjective. Students are creating sentences and illustrating them to demonstrate they can write sentences in Spanish. We are also doing some whole class and independent/ small group reading comprehension in Spanish by reading simple sentences and answering questions about what we just read. 

_________________________________________________________________________________________________

Creating forest with natural items with CPAWS: 

We used different colors found outside to create a "beautiful thing" and draw with!

Family Fun Night (Auction Art)

Please find below a few math resources from the ABCya! website that align with some topics we have already studied. If you would like some extra enrichment at home, please take a look and feel free to explore others as well: 

http://www.abcya.com/adventure_man_counting.htm

Adventure Man and the Counting Quest | ABCya! Join Adventure Man as he races to find the hidden treasure before his arch nemesis, the sinister Mr. Thief gets to it first! You'll put your knowledge of multiples and skip-counting to the test as you make your way through swamps, canyons, and temples in this exhilarating counting quest. www.abcya.com

http://www.abcya.com/base_ten_bingo.htm

Base Ten BINGO | ABCya! Base Ten BINGO is a fun educational learning activity for children to practice counting by one's, ten's, hundred's and thousand's. First children select the desired place value and grid size. www.abcya.com

http://www.abcya.com/counting_fish.htm

Learn to Count | More Than, Less Than Activity | ABCya! ABCya! Counting Fish | Count the number of fish and click the correct number answer. More than and less than prompts help children determine the correct answer. Score report after each stage www.abcya.com

_________________________________________________________________________________________________

Animal Research Links:

Swift Fox

Read: http://www.earthrangers.com/wildwire/swift-fox/

Video: http://www.infinitelooper.com/...

Northern Leopard Frog

Video: http://www.infinitelooper.com/?v=luXzpmcq3QM&p=n 

Video: http://www.infinitelooper.com/?v=CeDvv8u54vM&p=n

Video: http://www.infinitelooper.com/...

 

Grizzly Bear

Video: http://www.infinitelooper.com/?v=Z7h_DriTS_4&p=n

Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TSSPDwAQLXs

Video: http://www.infinitelooper.com/...

 

Burrowing Owl

Video: http://www.infinitelooper.com/...

Video: http://www.infinitelooper.com/?v=7wepVbSeprE&p=n

Video: http://www.infinitelooper.com/?v=Q01-rX20lqI&p=n

 

Whooping Crane

Video: http://www.infinitelooper.com/?v=renwuZnKeOg&p=n

Video: https://video.nationalgeographic.com/video/news/wild-chronicles/00000144-0a30-d3cb-a96c-7b3de66a0000


Woodland Caribou

Video: http://www.infinitelooper.com/?v=cfZdelr5Jtw&p=n 

Video: http://www.infinitelooper.com/...

Reading: https://www.kidzone.ws/animals... 

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