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Mathematics January-February 2017

In this unit of inquiry, grade 4 will learn:


Factors and Multiples

  1. Determine factors of a number
  2. Common factors and Greatest Common Factor(GCD)
  3. Solve problems related to Greatest Common Factor(GCD)
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Learning Experiences 1617

Alvar Aalto (1898-1976)... a multi talent

First tine i ever heard of Alvar Aalto was when i bought a vase for my wife….design by Alvar Aalto. When i got further read on and got acquainted with the person Aalto i noticed that he was a tremendous architect and a great furniture designer . 167 more words


One butter-glazed woman for dessert

On Saturday we were going to have a nice family dinner to celebrate the arrival of my brother’s new son. My parents were coming over for dinner, we were going to reach my brother on skype, I was making some gourmet burgers and a chocolate cake for dessert, everything was meant to be super nice. 297 more words

Identical Twins

A Sweet Ending to a Sour Day

Happy New Year everybody! I have some great goals for 2017 that I can’t wait to share with you. I will do so later in a post devoted to that.   972 more words


An ode to friends

The morning didn’t start very well. I have not slept much last night. At 11:30pm I was still preparing lunch for the next day, at 4am the babies have already woken up for a feed, and in between I had too many thoughts in my head to sleep properly, about a potential new job prospect, which I am both excited and nervous about. 500 more words

Identical Twins

A bit of relax time tonight...

It was a stressful day. Already third one in a row actually.

My older daughter is home during the school holidays, and I want to spend quality time with her – except that our 5 month olds (the twinnies) are being hard, refuse to sleep properly, and are very needy and fussy. 189 more words

Identical Twins

Being a MoM

MoM-Mother of Multiples

Olivia Bliss and Sophia Lynn made their unplanned arrival into this world on November 8, 2016 at 9:09 and 9:11 pm, respectively. Olivia was 4 pounds 8 oz, 19.75″; Sophia was 5 pounds, 19.5″. 473 more words