Website about bird adaptations On this website, you can click on the menu on the left to learn more about how birds are adapted to the environment they live in.
In class we are learning about how the Coast Salish people lived. We are studying housing, food and transportation. Later we will study trading between villages.
Here is an amazing website to see what a village was like: SFU On-line Museum
You can travel through the village, go into the houses, and walk into the forest to learn about traditional ways of doing things. It is worth a visit!
We are learning about different types of animals that live in BC. Try this Animal Classification Game!
Practicing your multiplication facts is important. We use multiplication every day, and knowing facts makes your life easier.
You can practice on your computer, with flashcards from a dollar store, with a game on paper, and with apps on devices like ipads, ipods and iphones. Here are some suggestions:
Computer sites and games:
Games to print out:
Thank you to Aya’s mom for taking this video! Click here!
Later this month, we will be playing recorder in our school’s Christmas concerts. Performances will be Thursday, Dec. 17th at 1:30 pm and 6:30 pm. At this time, it looks like our class will be performing first. Please come!
We are asking students to wear clothes for performing on stage; for example, a shirt that buttons up the front, and trousers or a skirt. We are asking students to not wear T-shirts with writing across the front, and no shorts or sweatpants, please. Jeans would be fine. Students do not need to wear any specific colours.
Donations to the food bank are welcomed.
We hope to see you there!
Click to hear the background music for Jolly Old St. Nicholas: