A Message from Leeloominai:
Leeloominai loves using Raz Kids to practice her reading! She also loves making dumplings with her playdough. Look at all the letters Leeloominai wrote out!
A Message from Jonah:
Hi Amy. We have a lot to report. I hope you have plenty of room on your blog.
Jonah has been keeping busy doing many or all of your school assignments.
On Tuesday Jonah sorted, named, and counted the value using a handful of coins. The quarter or 25 cent coin was his favourite because “it’s almost little”.
Next he used milk, food colouring, and dish soap on a plate to see the cause and effect when you mix them together. Jonah noticed that the colouring “pushed away from the soap”.
Today Jonah and I tried to guess how many white and dark chocolate chips were on a plate. Jonah guessed 8 dark and 10 white chocolates chips were there. I guessed that there were 10 dark and 18 white chocolate chips. The official total was 10 dark and 11 white. Jonah’s totals were a difference of 3, and my totals were the difference of 7. Because Jonah’s totals were closer to the actual number of chocolates, he was declared the winner. The winner got to eat the chocolate chips.
Lastly Jonah wrote out the alphabet on a piece of paper. Then the letters were mixed up in random order. Jonah then sorted them “from A to Z”. You have our permission to post these images.
Chris, Kara, and Jonah.
A Message from Felix:
"I sorted the letters by letters with curved lines and letters with straight lines."
"I guessed that there was 50 tic tacs in the jar and there was 49! 49 is really super close to 50."
Felix made a chair today and wanted to share it. You can post it for others to see. Here's what he said about it.
I made a chair for Steve. I used cardboard and wood blocks for legs. We used tape and hot glue to hold it together. It's just right for Steve.
A Message from George:
Sharing Our Stories
This is a place where our classroom community can share our stories with one another! Students, please email us with your new stories and we will put them up on the website. Make sure your parents let us know that we have permission to post any of the pictures!