Research the origin of the word “fraction” and write a summary of the origin on a piece of paper. Have fun! Due Monday!
Lion King T-shirt orders due Wednesday
Earth Day Assembly Friday @10:30
Math Homework: This multiplication work was worked on in class today. If your child did not finish it is for homework tonight. Each student should check their answers with a calculator and find out where they went wrong.
Here it is:
I would recommend that your child be practicing their multiplication tables each night and memorizing them. It’s so important that they have the answers at their fingertips.
Students contributed to our school Grafitti wall to share their thoughts on acceptance and how being accepted makes them feel!
Multiplication homework came home today to be completed over the weekend. Due Monday.
Thank you to school council for hosting Hot Dog Day today! Students were excited for the change from pizza.
Science Fair Information Sheet and Resource Page is due next Thursday. This is Stage One of their project. I look forward to seeing what all the young scientists in the class have come up with!
For the past couple of days, we have been taking all of our learning from Social Studies and developing a plan to use our knowledge in our own communities positively. Students have come up with a proposal for a community project. Today, we worked on a formal letter to explain our proposal. Ask your child all about it!
We’ve almost wrapped up our Geometry unit and we will be having a test Wednesday of next week. I’ll send their books home early next week so they can study!
Have a fantastic weekend!
Multiplication 2 digit x 2 digit was sent home today- due tomorrow!
The Grade Four students will have some reading homework to complete over the weekend. Students should read the information on Farming in Greek and Roman civilizations, answer the questions and begin to start thinking about the similarities and differences between the two civilizations in this area.
Last night, grade five students brought home some information about New France and transportation used for trade routes. They were also asked to read some information that was attached in anticipation for their homework this weekend. Thank you to those students who returned their work finished the next day. Students who forgot to bring it in or did not complete may have a heavier workload this weekend unfortunately.
Task: Using the reading material sent home, compare and contrast….
The Iroquoians and The Algonquians of The Eastern Woodlands
Format: Using a t-chart compare all aspects covered in the reading material looking for similarities and differences.
|Land use||South of Lake Huron|| North of Lake Superior and Huron
Some groups in Nova Scotia, PEI, NewBrunswick, Newfoundland
Work should be edited for neatness, proper conventions and spelling. I look forward to seeing everyones work handed in on Monday please.