The children have been having a blast welcoming their families in for our Welcome Days! Seeing the children work alongside their families is magical!
Pretty proud of this advanced learning journey we have been on! It all started from reading one sentence in a book about wildlife rehabilitation. This sparked an interest in learning and exploring various living things and classifying them!
We have been counting our acts of kindness by creating a kindness jar! Children use stickies to write down acts of kindness they see their friends doing throughout the day! Our goal is to reach 200! Last week the children thought it would be fun to create a class book documenting the acts of kindness they have done! Such a great idea!
After raising over $200 dollars to support the @torontowildlifecentre we were all excited to welcome them and Ziggy, the snake Educational Ambassador to our classroom!!!
Collaborating on their beautiful stuff story creation!
A few weeks ago the children noticed something coming out of one of the trees in our school yard! There have been many wonders and theories as to what it could be?! As a group we decided to observe our tree closely and see what happens! We started with sketching the tree and using plasticine to add more detail. We wonder what changes will take place over time?
Creating our neighbourhood has become a strong interest in class at many learning area! Excited to see what learning journey this interest will take us on!
After observing a phenomenon in our playground the children were invited to sketch and use plasticine to replicate what they noticed!
Moved our Yoga Studio to make room for the Wildlife Animal Hospital. This new area was almost entirely created by the children. I love the amazing ideas they are intrigued by!