Students were given 5 pipecleaners, one life saver candy and a pair of scissors.
Mission: use the material provided to make a speed skater….and then you’ve got to make the skater stand on its own.
We made it stand!
But…the speed skater has 4 legs…? Keep trying. Back to the drawing board kids!
Kindergarten…still working on making it stand! But, not giving up!
By: Helen Frost Photographs by: Rick Leider
We are linking art to the book by creating chalk silhouettes of fireflies.
Grade 7s CAN play without using technology!
Caught these Gr.7 girls playing Twister on the library carpet during book exchange….they were totally caught off guard with my camera! Bwhahahahaha!
Grade 7s reading to a Grade 3 buddy under a rainbow tarp! How fun!
Gr 5-7 students enjoyed a day packed with hands on learning of technology brought in by Geek Squad/Best Buy!
We learned how to 3D print, be caring and smart digital citizens, program robots and digitally make music with Garage Band software.
Digital Music/ Garage Band:
We are reading the Surrey Schools Narrative Non-fiction Books of the Year. We used diagrams and labels to show what we learned about the giant squid and we were inspired by the book, I am Trying to Love Spiders by B. Barton. So, we combined the two books and here’s what we came up with.
(Examples from Div 9-Ms. Liu and 11- Ms. Sahota/Richardson)
We have started reading our Surrey Schools’ Non-fiction Picture Book nominees. We’re starting off with Giant Squid. Here’s some rare footage: