The Primary 1 students made beautiful cards to honor their moms on their special day.
The Giant Rutabaga
The Primary 1 class got together to enjoy all the beautiful and hard work they put into their play. After their play they held a raffle and all the students participated for a chance to take the Rutabaga home!
A Primary 1 friend was excited to share his favorite books, musical instrument and toys with his classmates.
Planting a Seed
Primary 1 students had the opportunity to plant their own sunflower seeds. They will take care of their seeds and transplant them once the seeds start germinating.
Students were happy to create their own bookmark using different art materials.
A Primary 1 student was happy to present her Me Museum to her friends. She brought her favorite books, toys as well as a beautiful poster about interesting facts of her life.
A Trip to Europe
The students of Primary 1 learned about the continent of Europe. They were amazed by the architecture, cultural characteristics and facts.In their studies, they read the story Pinocchio and enjoyed it very much.
Primary 1 students were excited to learn about Vincent Van Gogh and his amazing painting techniques.
The Power of Air
This week the Non-Napper students discovered ways to use air in order to facilitate work, fun, art, electricity and more. The students explored ways to make objects move using air pressure with items such as plastic bags, balloons, straws and juice boxes. The children were excited to see how far objects moved. They also measured the distance the objects traveled.
All about Birds
In Science class, the Primary 1 class has gone to the birds! This week was spent learning facts about birds!
The Primary 1 students always look forward to having their parents visit their classroom. They were excited to spend time with family members and show them their works.
As part of their 15 Years, 15 Actions project, Primary 1 friends showed their appreciation toward people who are always there to help them. They made a card for Mr. Craig and were excited to give it to him and tell him how grateful they are for all his work.
It is exciting to get to know a little more about each other! A Primary 1 friend presented her Me Museum exhibit. She was happy to share some of her hobbies, such soccer and dancing, as well as some family pictures.
During their afternoon session, the non-nappers explored different art techniques such as salt painting and marble painting.
Primary 1 has been celebrating two spring holidays: Passover and Easter. For Easter, we had a special presentation from Ms. Ania. Students listened to stories and made their own craft. For Passover, two students with their parents presented the story and traditions for this holiday and taught the class new vocabulary.
Primary 1 students were happy to celebrate Earth Day. They were happy to classify pictures of waste materials into the four different categories: aluminum, plastic/glass, paper/cardboard and organic. Students were excited to welcome a class parent who gave us a nice presentation about how to take care of our planet.
Primary 1 students continued learning about Africa’s culture. Ms. Yemi, from Primary 2, visited the class to share information about music, instruments and the representative outfits of different African regions. The students were excited to wear some of the traditional clothing, play instruments and dance.
Reptiles are favorite animals of the Primary 1 students. The older friends got creative making their own versions of snakes, iguanas and turtles. They also learned about how reptiles are different from other group of animals.