There will not be a spelling dictée this week, enjoy the break!
Thanks for all of the green snacks yesterday! We had broccoli, celery, snap peas, pickles, green rice Krispies squares, edamame and green Ranch dip! The best part was that the food was mostly healthy -a bonus for having a green food day!
The leprechaun visited our class and left quite the mess; there were green footprints everywhere! The students made traps in groups and cooperated wonderfully! It was great to see the collaboration happening to engineer the best traps Ever! Be sure to ask your child what their name is in leprechaun. if they don't remember, check out the link: https://www.blogthings.com/leprechaunnamegenerator/
We will be baking bannock bread at the high school kitchen tomorrow at 1:15 - 3:00. I will bring the class back to the school to be dismissed.
On Friday morning at 11:00, we will be constructing our Inukshuk statues out of frozen ice blocks. Please drop off ice blocks outside the office window (by the way...I never would have imagined the weather would be so balmy for this activity! I will take photos and post them on the blog, as the statues will likely melt before the end of the day...).
Please remember that next week:
Monday: report cards go home
Tuesday: Dress like a Mad Scientist
Wednesday: we head to the Palisades for a day of French Immersion activities
Friday is a half day.
** Any library books and/or classroom reading bags should be returned to class before the break, please!
If you would like to schedule a parent - teacher interview with Hélène or myself, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com) or write a note in your child's agenda.
Have a great week~