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Creating Hand Puppets

For our grade 4 unit of inquiry under the transdisciplinary theme, “How We Express Ourselves”, students created hand puppets. The central idea of the unit was “Plays can communicate feelings, ideas and information.” 269 more words

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Tapping into Talents

Traditionally our school had Grade-level Leaders with varying degrees of success. Basically, it wasn’t working. The role was more clerical and ticking boxes as opposed to empowering teachers and challenging them to work within to inspire others. 982 more words

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Learning how to express ourselves

 In our grade 1 “How we express ourselves” unit of inquiry, we explored the central idea, “Storytelling represents different cultures and sparks the imagination to improve one’s creativity”. 360 more words

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Weekly Update: Sunday, May 21st-Thursday, May 25th, 2017

Last week was a great week full of events. Student-Led conferences were such a sucess for our students. Thank you for coming and letting your child share their knowledge with you. 389 more words

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Weekly Update: Sunday, May 14th-Thursday, May 18th, 2017

Last Week in class, we had some guests from Grade 6 come and read to our students. We are playing through stories lots during this unit, so it was the perfect opportunity for the older boys to get some community service hours as well as for our students to enjoy different readers. 549 more words

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Weekly Update: Sunday, April 30th-Thursday, May 4th, 2017

What’s Happening In Our Class This Week

This week we will explore how we can express ourselves through stories. Reading stories, acting out stories, and making up stories are all different ways we can explore our creativity through play. 340 more words

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Weekly Update: Sunday, March 23rd-Thursday, April 27th, 2017

Thank you to everyone who supported Pre-K in our efforts for Spring Show! Each class worked super hard to put on a fantastic show, and we are so proud of all of our students! 264 more words

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