Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Les animaux de compagnie

Today is Monday, Monday top bun,
Tuesday cheese slice,
Wednesday patty,
Thursday lettuce
Friday bottom bun

Monday, April 11, 2016

Homework for tomorrow, April 12th

Study symmetry and read over package with picture of german shepherd on the front. These are great notes to help you review.
There will be a symmetry quiz on Wednesday.

Review vocab on quizlet if you had a hard time remembering what things meant during sciences naturelles:

Wednesday, April 6, 2016

Homework for tomorrow (due April 7)

- reading about Caribbean and Central America (paraphrase reading in 3-5 sentences)
- study spelling
- bring toilet paper roll (cardboard part)
- bring $2.55 to build birdhouse

Tuesday, April 5, 2016

Homework for Friday

1. Fill out contractions sheet on spelling test (who's = who + is)
2. bring toilet paper roll/paper towel roll to class for a recycling activity

Thursday, March 31, 2016

Homework for April 1st

1. paraphrase 2-3 sentences on reading about Amérique du Sud
2. read play and design a title page for it (can be designed on the computer if you don't like drawing and colouring)

Wednesday, February 24, 2016

Field trip info for tomorrow!

Cars and chaperone groups:

Casie L: (8 kids) Noah L, Matthew B, Matteo S, Carson M, Jo M (Mme Bournelis will likely be in this car)

Maryann D: (3) Faith D, Leanne K, Isabel K

Jen R: (3) Owen F, Payton R

Ireen P: (5) Hugo T, Matthias P, Isaak H

Jen L: (5) Madison H, Lydia M, Caitlyn C, Hannah P, Keeley R

Bernice S: (7) Shaylee S, Emi G, Kiley V, Lily A, Ava W, Kate O  

Ute P: (2) Vaughn P, Kilian P


9:00 Take attendance and leave school

10:00-10:30 Meet at front desk in “first floor atrium” for group check-in. Eat snacks.

Students will participate in a demonstration about the basics of neurotransmission (how information travels from one nerve cell to the next), including the parts of the neuron involved in that process. Students will then circulate through four stations to test their balance and hand-eye coordination, challenge each other to memorize tasks and manipulate their own heartbeats. All these activities are connected to structures of the lower brain—the oldest part of the brain that is important for many basic functions of the human body.

11:50 LUNCH* (after workshop) & explore (students have ‘safari sheets’ to fill out)

1:30-1:35 Meet at “first floor atrium” for attendance check. Leave Science World (students need to be back before 2:30 bell).

*The lunchroom is available on a first-come, first-served basis. Alternate locations for eating lunch

include the benches at the Peter Brown Family Centre Stage, inside the Science Theatre and in the Ken Spencer Science Park. Note that the Triple O’s dining area is for the use of Triple O’s guests only.