Friday, November 8, 2019

Quiz 10 - la révision

1) la table
2) les chaises
3) une chaise
4) le garçon
5) une fille
6) les filles
7) un frère
8) une soeur
9) le crayon
10) un cahier

Science Diorama Checklist

Habitat Diorama 
Due Date: Nov 29th is our Science Diorama Openhouse, please present anytime before this date. 
Each student will create a diorama (a scenic representation in which sculpted figures and lifelike details are displayed) showing their selected habitat. To create the diorama project, a shoe box or other small box may be used as the space for the diorama. The box should not be bigger than an adult sized shoebox. Students may use plastic figures or mold items from clay to represent animals, plants, and objects in their projects. Materials such as magazines (for photos), silk or plastic plants, popsicle sticks, toothpicks, glue, construction paper, and other craft items may be used. Be as eco-friendly as possible!Creativity is encouraged! 
You will be creating a diorama of a habitat of your choice: 
  • Ocean
  • Desert
  • Forest 
  • Rainforest (amazon, temperate, etc)
  • Polar (arctic) 

In your diorama, you should include all of the following: 
(Please check off all of the items as you complete your project) 
You need to cover the inside of your box using paper or paint. This should reflect the habitat that you chose. For example, an ocean habitat would have a blue background to represent water. 
 Write your name and the habitat you chose on the back of the box 
 At least two animals that live in this habitat 
 At least two plants that live in this habitat 
 Label the items in your habitat 
 On the back of the shoebox, using an index card, describe your habitat by answering the following questions:
- Why did you choose this habitat?
- What types of plants and animals live in this habitat?                                        
- What is the environment of this habitat like? 

After completing the project, you will present your project to the rest of the class. Be prepared to describe your habitat and explain your work. 

Thursday, November 7, 2019

Queen’s Park Official Photo - 7 forms missing ...

FYI - If you have misplaced the Queen’s Park Photo release form, please send a hand-written note if you would like your child to be included in the souvenir picture on the front steps of the foyer in Queen’s Park. Otherwise, I will set those students to the side while we take the official photo.

The following students did not bring in their form:

Photo Release for Wed Nov 20 - Special Art Project Day

FYI - sorry...yet another photo release for permission to take photos during our art workshop  with Inner City Angels artists. This is a specially selected art group sponsored by the Parent Council for all Grade 4 and Grade 5 students at Wilkinson this year.

Mme :)

Wednesday, November 6, 2019

Photo Release Form for Queen’s Park

If you haven’t received the form, please send a note that your child is allowed to be in a group photo at Queen’s Park.  They have a professional photographer there to take a class picture in the front foyer for visiting classes. I’ll print off a class set for each student as a souvenir.


Mme :)

Parent Interview Schedule for Nov 14 (pm) & 15th (am)

Thursday Nov 14th - Evening

Willow 3:30-3:45 pm

Sahir 3:45-4 pm

Ella 4:45-5 pm

Edie 5- 5:15 pm

Scarlett 5:15-5:30pm

Rachel 5:30-5:45 pm

Nyla 5:45 - 6 pm

Walter 6-6:15 pm

Julia 6:15-6:30 pm

Nate 6:30-6:45 pm

Simona 6:45-7 pm

Sabrina 7:15 - 7:30 pm

Vivienne 7-7:15 pm

Roya 7:30-7:45 pm

Lisle 7:45-8 pm


Friday Nov 15th - AM

Lucas 8:15 am

Adella 8:30 am

Oscar 8:45 am

Rainier 9 am

Biniyam 9:15 am

Matthew 9:30 pm

Liev 9:45 am

Yasmin 10 am

Hamza 10:45 am

Tuesday, November 5, 2019

Science Diorama presentations start Nov 22 and end Nov 28th

FYI - we will be hosting our Science Diorama Openhouse on Nov 29th.  Students will need to have their presentations done before this date.