Wow, we are in our last month of the 2019! December will surely be an exciting and educational month.
The grade 4-6 had a great time at the Discovery Centre. The students got to get a little messy as they conducted experiments on physical and chemical changes to matter. They also had a great time looking and trying to solve the Rubik’s cube. They have lots of great Hands-on activities to keep the students entertained.
Some of the topics we will be doing:
In Social Studies, we are still learning about exploration and the problems explorers have faced on their expeditions. In Language Arts, we finished our novel study of Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing and we have started a new book called, Shiloh. The book is about a small-town Sothern boy, who must rescue a young beagle from its abusive owner.
In Math, we are currently learning about Perimeter & Area and Multiplication Facts.
In Science students are making their habitat about their animal they researched.
We also have some exciting dates we are patiently waiting for. We will have our first virtual field trip. The tour guide will be on our smart board where we can see and hear our special guest, Pamela Chandler from Green Schools Nova Scotia. We will learn more about Habitats and the Ecological footprint we leave on Mother Earth. This will take place on Dec 11. On December 12th we will be going on a real field trip to Symphony Nova Scotia for the famous play, The Nutcracker. We are all so excited for these events.
December also means we have our annual Christmas Concert to look forward to. It's always entertaining and it defiantly gets you into the Christmas spirit. So please be sure to attend, it will be on December 17th.
We will like to wish Isabella a Happy Birthday on December 13th.
Wli Nipi-Alasutma Aqq Pusu'l Punane'ne. We wish you all a Merry Christmas And Happy New Year!