Please see some special announcements from our school below:
· Bike Survey: To encourage Active School Travel, Woodbine has partnered with EverActive Schools to run a “Bike to School Day” on June 7th (weather dependent). This initiative will focus on increasing cycling knowledge and safety awareness. In preparation for this event we are looking to find out what students have bikes and helmets at home and other logistical items. We ask that you please complete the following quick survey (please follow this link or copy it into your search engine) https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/2JCPWNK If you have multiple children at the school, we kindly ask that you fill the survey out separately for each child. In addition, if there are any individuals who have cycling knowledge or knows how to tune up bikes and would like to contribute their knowledge to this event, please reach out to Ms. Bignell at email@example.com At a later date we will be sending out some details to ask for volunteers for this event! Stay tuned!
· Swimming Volunteers: Thank you to all the parents/grandparents that have signed up to help with our swimming lessons in May. There are still a large number of spots to be filled. If you have a valid police clearance and have the time, please sign up
· Timbernook Residency: In April, Woodbine school will be participating in an outdoor play residency. Please see the information below. More detailed information will be posted on the teacher blogs closer to the date.
Some Alliteration Fun!
Wednesday February 22- Field Trip to Telus Spark
Thursday February 23- Parent council meeting
Wednesday March 23- Grade 2/3 Students hosting Assembly at 2:00pm
*Please have your child practise the song we will be singing (Lyrics and song are posted in Google Classroom)
If you haven’t done so already, please remember to pay your field trip fees online through your MyCBE/Powerschool Account. If you are unable to see the fee, please contact our office at 403-777-8630.
Designing a Playground
We have been thinking about what a new playground might look like. We started by researching playground companies to see what kind of equipment is available. We took notes and sketched our favourite components.
Then we used our favourite components to design our dream playground.
After that we reflected on what the most important part of a playground was to us. We made sure to think about using descriptive language in our writing.
We also collected data to figure out what our favourite playground components were and drew a bar graph to represent our results.
Our Grandfather Teachings this month is around Truth. We reflected on slowing down and listening and understanding people and events in our life before jumping to conclusions. We also talked about the importance of being true to ourselves and trying to be an honest and sincere person.
Animals in Sweaters - Inspired by Indi Maverick’s Fancy Animals
We created realistic looking animals using implied texture to create fur and interesting and detailed patterning using bright, bold colours.