Good Afternoon All,
What a GREAT way to end the week off!
Bowling under neon and dancing to the tunes. We had an incredible turnout with some out of class socializing.
In Science, both classes have almost finished all veggie presentations.
Most students have submitted their short stories and I am very proud of them challenging themselves to develop character traits and create dialog through an eventful story line… amongst other writing requirements.
In math we played with real-word algebra problems and real money calculations.
Reminders: Thursday Nov 30 Dress Down Day
For Social Studies – Tuesday Nov 28 – Dr. Mitzmacher will be our guest speaker with a talk on current events.
Busy week for all here in grade 5.
In Math, all students attempted to test their abilities through the Beaver Challenge!
Results will come out in a few weeks. We are moving through algebra, by learning definitions, concepts and solving problems. There was some homework sent home for those who did not finish in class. Please return by Tuesday.
In English, many of the students have finished their creative story and are now peer reviewing another students work and sharing positive critiques.
Science presentations are almost completed and the students have shown great interest in some of the vegetables they eat. The key concept was, if it’s green then steam, if it comes from the soil – boil… Stay tuned for dates with the up-coming science test on the topic of the human body.
Social studies students went back to the basics this week in reading and responding. Students used a graphic organizer to compare different aspects of Indigenous life before 1700. We hope to produce our finishing touches on our longhouse models next week.
Sorry for not posting on Friday! I did not plan the day well for working on the blog but focused on classes and the set up of the Remembrance Day assembly.
This week in math we had our math quiz and results will be given to students during class today.
We continue on expressions and equation solving.
Check the homework board this week as new homework will be coming home.
In ELA, we are at the peer review stages of our creative writing and the hope to have some stories posted on blogs by Friday.
This blog will be updated as the week goes on.
This week, as part of our fall unit, we wrapped up with an exciting twist Escape Room! The students thoroughly enjoyed it, which was a fun way to showcase their skills that were learned in this topic. This activity required students to use their reading, writing, listening and speaking skills in a fun and engaging way. It was a pleasure to witness students working collaboratively, having fun and also learning.