Monday, 29 February 2016

Want to learn more about global warming? Read about what you and your family can do to save the North Pole!
Let's explore the extreme environment of the Arctic.What features/adaptations do arctic animals have to survive? How would you adapt to this environment? Do you think animals feel cold the same way we do? Why or why not?
Canada's Food Guide teaches us how to maintain a healthy active lifestyle. Click on the link below to take a closer look:

Saturday, 27 February 2016

We have just begun learning about renowned Canadian painter Ted Harrison. He was famous for his paintings of the Canadian Yukon. Here is a picture of one of his paintings called, 'The Hanging Sky'. What features do you notice about his artwork?
Use 'Decention' on Math Playground to practice decimals, fractions and percent!

Sunday, 21 February 2016

Here is the link to the yoga cards we are using in P.E. class. You can download them and print them to use at home if you like!
Here is a video about technology the Inuit have developed to survive in the harsh Arctic climate.

Sunday, 14 February 2016

Here is a studyjam about fractions, decimals and percent. Have a look!

Wednesday, 10 February 2016

Here a game from Math Playground to practice equivalent ratios. Good luck!
Looking for a fun new way to create stories? Try out Scholastic Story Starters!

I thought you might be interested in seeing how your favourite Disney princesses would look if they were made in to sugar skulls. Can you create one using your own portrait?
Get it?