Friday, April 10, 2015

Poetry and other things this week



Math
We had to make a AB pattern and then we had to make a second one with the same colours. I switched the last block with the first block - Johnny
We made different patters. - Demitrius
We made an array - Melvin
We made an increasing pattern by 2s. - Shaira
Today we figured out all the ways to complete the equation 2 x 5 =
some of the idea we had were 5+5, 20/2, 40/4, 1 x 10, 5 + 6 -1, 110 /11
We figured out many others, but we know there are more. - Demitrius & Class
We are learning about division. - Erika



Social Studies
This week we have  been learning about Manitoba. - Kayla
Winnipeg is the largest city and the capital of Manitoba.  Our provincial bird is the Great Grey Owl - Demitrius & Kaden
The animals on our coat of arms are the beaver, bison, unicorn and horse. - Ella
Our provincial flower is the Prairie Crocus. - Gordie
Yesterday we had a scavenger hunt to find out thins about Manitoba.  We used the internet to find the information. - Kaden




Special Events
We had pink shirt day on Wednesday. Two people from Engery106 came to talk to us about Bullying and kindness. - Gaby
Next week we have Spirit Week. On Monday we have Backwards day, Tuesday is Hat Day. - Dante
During Spirit week, on the announcements we have to figure out who is mooing a song and what the song is. - Erika
This week we came back from Spring Break. - Johnny
Today our gymnastics kids are performing their routines and some skills. - Emma
The Jets made it to the playoffs! - Tristan

Poetry
We have been learning about poetry.  One of the poets we have been learning about is Shel Silverstein. - Joyce
Yesterday we watched a video that connected to Shel Silversteins poem - Where the Sidewalk Ends - - Ella
We watched a video about the poem Invitation. - Demitrius





If you know anything about Manitoba, feel free to tell us in the comments. - Emma

2 comments:

  1. Great project! Here is a fact about Manitoba that your class might enjoy:

    The Canadian Fossil Discovery Centre in Morden, Manitoba houses the largest collection of marine reptile fossils in Canada. It is also home to Bruce, the largest mosasaur on display in the world.

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  2. The first people to come and live in Manitoba are Assiniboine, Cree, Saulteaux, Chipewyan and Ojibwa.
    -Shaira

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