Sunday, 3 May 2015

Blogging Advice Needed!

Ms. Lirenman received a voice message on our blog from Ms. Adams. She is a teacher in Vancouver. She is wondering if we can help her out with a little advice about blogging.  Take a listen.

Data Collection with Twitter

This past week we have been creating surveys and asking our friends to respond to them.  On Wednesday, we decided we'd ask our questions to a larger audience. We tweeted our questions to the twitter hashtag #div18data.  We made up that hashtag. We are thankful so many people took the time to read and respond to our questions. Now we need to analyse our data. Here are some photos of us looking at some of the responses.

Saturday, 25 April 2015

Coding with Scratch Jr

Recently we have returned to learning how to code on our iPads using a FREE program called Scratch Jr.  Coding is teaching us problem solving skills and perseverance.  Here are some photos of us busy coding this week.

Have you ever tried coding before?

Math Wonders About Our World: This Weeks #mtgr1

For most of the year, each week we have taken part in something called #mtgr1.  It is organized by a teacher in Iowa named Mrs. DeGroot.  Each week Mrs. DeGroot puts up an open ended math problem and children from around the world have the opportunity to respond to it by tweeting their responses to the twitter hashtag #mtgr1.

This past week we were asked to look at a picture of a globe and share our mathematical wonders. Here are some of our wonders...

Friday, 24 April 2015

Class Kindness

Each Friday before "Free Choice" Friday we take the time to reflect on the week and share how we have been kind at school.  We share our reflection on twitter through the hashtag #classkindness.  Here is this past weeks reflection.  How are you kind to your classmates?

Thursday, 23 April 2015

Our Plants are Growing!

We have been watching our plants for a little over a week now. We take very good care of them by giving them a lot of sunlight and water.  Our hard work has been paying off. Take a look at what we have now...

Can you see the tiny carrot plants coming through the soil?

Beans and peas. The beans are already over 13 cm tall.

Our window box filled with flower seeds is sprouting every where too!  It's so exciting.

Daily Physical Activity

Every day it is important that we have some form of daily physical activity (DPA) beyond our fun at recess times. Today our DPA involved in class mini circuts that worked different parts of our body. Take a look.

What are some ways you keep your body moving in your classroom?