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Design Thinking - Day 5 (Week 2)

By: Tammy Flanders

In reviewing last week’s workshops, I’m still wondering how the students who are headed to secondary schools would have accepted the scenario that we did use with students looking to teach at the elementary level. 612 more words

Innovation

Three Little Pigs

This week we are focusing on the ‘Three Little Pigs’. We will be focusing on different versions. What is your favourite & why?

Make your own story here. 71 more words

Design Thinking - Day 3

By: Tammy Flanders

We had four workshops today – two for secondary level students and two for elementary level.

It was great having an opportunity to work through the elementary scenario of the three little pigs and the big bad wolf a couple more times. 380 more words

Innovation

We are Scientists

P1A have focussed on the Three Little Pigs story this week. In literacy we sequenced the story and learned the importance of putting events in the correct order. 72 more words

Primary 1

Three Little Pigs Story

Double Homicide Leads to Wolf Death

By Thomas Weiss ‘18, Kelcie Zarle ‘18, Oliver Vasconcelles ‘18, Finn Sullivan ‘18

PIGSVILLE– A local wolf was found boiled to death by a pig, after blowing down the houses of, and then proceeding to eat, the pig’s two siblings. 382 more words

The Big Bad Wolf of Negativity

“Negativity is cannibalistic. The more you feed it, the bigger and stronger it grows.” ~ Bobby Darnell

We all know the story of “The Three Little Pigs.” One builds a house of straw, one builds a house of sticks, and one builds a house of bricks. 458 more words

New Years Party at The 3 Little Pigs

Hi!

It’s officially the year 2017. Here’s the writing post that I promised. It’s a spoof of the classic story, The Three Little Pigs.

Three little pigs called Robert, David, and Tom had left their parents for the first time, and moved far away from home. 688 more words

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