Our Grade 4s ad 5s have entered the Microsoft Canada 150 Minecraft EDU contest. Please vote for us! The contest ends at the end of May, so please keep tweeting, pinning, post, email, text or share with anyone!
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We have been busy learning about our local environment – McClughan Park – as well as raising our salmon. We have started a website a while ago called:
We will be posting information about our studies and what we are learning in our classroom on this website. This website you are on right now, will be primarily for educational resources to access – such as Math and Language Arts. Please come see our latest post HERE and photos of our Salmon Dissection and our ideas on how to improve the Yorkson Creek bridge (please scroll down to the bottom of the page). To just look at our Heart of Our Trails website please access the landing page HERE.
Thanks for coming to our resources website and also our environmental education website. Wow! Two websites for one class!
An amazing start to the school year has included our STEM Arcade based from the Caine’s Arcade documentary we watched; Robots; walking field trips to McClughan Park (where we saw a spawning salmon go upstream) and more! To start off with, here is our STEM Arcade video, and below are other photos of our lovely first months together.
To see our photos, please travel to this link HERE. These photos will also be available on our Photos page of this website. You will see two walking field trips to McClughan Park. The recent field trip we saw a spawning salmon going up the river. Check out the video! There are also photos of our Ted Harrison Art, Halloween, Robots and other fun activities we have done!
We will start working on our class Place Based Learning website called Heart of Our Trails while we explore McClughan Park. The students will be publishing information on this website in the coming months. You can visit the website here:
We also watched animals in different biomes through this website, which can also be found under our Science STEM page. Feel free to explore these awesome places around the world anytime you want!
We look forward to many more months of fun, adventure and learning in Grade 4 and 5!
Our May and June rocked! With Sports Day, Twin Day and more, we have had a spectacular two months. Check out the photos and video below to see what we have been up to!
Our Inuit Soapstone Carving
Our Garden Presentation. Thank you to Logan’s Mom for doing this for our school!
Learning about Aboriginal Culture!
We had Fun Family Night!
Intermediate Music Concert! We will miss you Mrs. Merkel!
Aboriginal Truth and Reconciliation Assembly Preparation . . .
Our Public Speaking Contestants . . . and Winners!!!
Our Salmon Environmental Hazards Board Games! Fun Times!
We created Fur Trading Cards with real life Fur Traders and Individuals who interacted with the explorers Lewis and Clark when they took 2.5 years to travel across the North American continent.
Our Assembly! Truth and Reconciliation Assembly at Our School!
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Well March flew by and since we had Spring Break in March we all just blinked and it was gone. In April we have had some pretty amazing things so far. Our fish turned into healthy fry and we went … Continue reading
Today we did a salmon dissection with 6 Coho salmon. Thank you to the BC Oceans and Fisheries – Salmonids in the Classroom – for giving us the salmon. You can check out what we learned through their website here. Thank you to the grandparents, volunteers and parents who came out to make this day an awesome success!