June 18 – June 28

Coming up this week:  Thursday, June 21 = Fun Swim 10:30 – 11:30

Coming up next week: Tuesday, June 26 = Waterslides! all day

Thursday, June 28 = Last day!

Cheers!

Mr. H

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Thursday, May 17

Have a great long weekend everyone! Click on the link below to check out the pics from our PlayLand trip yesterday!

PlayLand 2018

Cheers!

Mr. H

Monday, May 13

A notice went home about lice. Please check your child’s head.

Our PlayLand trip is Wednesday this week!

Please dress for the weather. Pack a lunch, snacks, water (in a plastic bottle) hat and sunscreen. Wear comfortable shoes. Please, no flip flops! No electronics needed. There are food stands available but the line-ups are often long and slow. Much better to spend your time on rides than in food lines. 

As this is a science field trip we will be looking at concepts such as; forces, gravity, friction, surface texture, ramps and slope.

Cheers!

Mr. H

Friday, May 4

LA – Up to chapter 8 in our new novel, Holes.

MATH – finished up the fraction unit. New unit next week.

SCIENCE – Chapter 9 test was returned. Ask your child how they did!

SOCIALS – Advertising unit. We will hopefully start filming commercials next week!

FRENCH – A unit on the human body. Ask your child to translate; le bras, la bouche, le derriere, le cou.

ART – Check out the pastel limericks in the hall!

A reminder that we have Kit Kids on Monday. All Fit Kid leaders should be here before 8:30 to help set up a station. We also have swimming lessons on Tuesday next week.

Our PlayLand trip is Wednesday, May 16. I think we have all the adult chaperones needed. The form will go home next week.

Have a great weekend! Cheers!

Mr. H

SWIMMING LESSONS

Just a reminder that we swim tomorrow morning.

Friday, April 13

LA – We will start a new novel next week.

MATH – Fractions. Can your child convert 8/3 into a mixed fraction? Do they know which is the numerator and which is the denominator and can they explain what those digits mean? Could they show you with licorice or chocolate? (Wink wink.)

SCIENCE – Chapter 9 vocabulary so far: renewable, renewable resources (living and non-living), harvesting, aquaculture, processing salmon (traditional, European, modern), protecting salmon (and why?), local environment, 3 types of logging (and environmental impact), raw materials.

SOCIALS – We are looking at advertising techniques and are writing our own commercials.

FRENCH – Conversation PowerPoints. If students have a flash drive they can save their project and take it home to show you or work on it.

We skate on Monday! Bring skates and helmets if you have them, otherwise we can use the ones from the arena. Dress for the weather, we walk rain or shine.

Swimming lessons on Tuesday! Same advice as above!

Have a good weekend! Cheers!
Mr. H

 

Swimming Lessons

A reminder that swimming lessons start on Tuesday and continue for the next 6 weeks.

Class pictures and the panorama picture on Thursday this week.

Cheers!

Mr. H

Spring Break!

Have an excellent, restful holiday! See you all in two weeks!

Cheers!

Mr. H

Friday, March 9, 2018

In math we started a unit on fractions. Does your child know what the top and bottom number are called? Can they explain what those numbers represent?

E.g.  ¾   Can they draw a picture for this fraction?

Can they add fractions that have different denominators?

E.g.   ¼ + ½                            or how about   2/5 + 1/4

Can they remember what a fraction that has a larger number on top is called?

E.g. 9/8

And do they know what that means about how much it is when compared to one whole thing?

We will have a French quiz on the Weather Booklet on Wednesday.

Congratulations to Avikesh on being elected as our class Prime Minister! After two ballots we had a tie! A third ballot was required and Avi came out on top. Well done Avi and to all the other candidates who put themselves out there during the campaign.

Have a great weekend! Cheers!

Mr. H

Friday, Feb. 23

A reminder that we have a science test this Thursday, March 1.

Review terms from chapter 8 such as: resources, natural resources, living and non-living resources, ecosystem, environmental impact, conservation, recycling, reusing, reducing and biodegradable, to name a few.

Also practice counting money. If you had 2 ten dollar bills, a toonie, a quarter, a five dollar bill and 3 nickels, how much money would you have? Remember to always use either the dollar notation ($) or cent notation (¢) but never both.

Using three of either bills and/or coins, try to make $11. How about using five bills and coins? How about the fewest number of bills or coins?

Congratulations to Isabella, Bryn and Aaliyah for their wonderful performances at Coquihalla Idol on Thursday. Super job!

Have a great weekend! Cheers!

Mr. H