Today’s blog post is written by two students: Caiden and Kim. Caiden: “Last Tuesday we saw a performance in the gym. It was called H2Whoa! The show was about water and how to save water and how not to waste … Continue reading →
Ms. Carly, our Youth and Family Worker, introduced us to the artist Joan Miro. Miro’s work is whimsical and uses shapes and often bright colours. Students created their own inspired Miro drawing while playing a game. Students took turns to … Continue reading →
Today the AquaVan from the Vancouver Aquarium visited our school. We had an assembly in the morning to talk about different marine animals and how we can take better care of our environment. Then, after recess, we met in the … Continue reading →
On Tuesdays our Youth and Family Worker, Ms. Carly, has been working in our class. This week she showed us different breathing techniques to help us feel calm and in control. Ms. Carly also had us practice good listening techniques. … Continue reading →
We are so fortunate to have our Youth and Family Worker, Ms. Carly, visit our class on Tuesdays. She has been teaching us some new Art techniques as well as helping us manage our feelings and emotions. This week she … Continue reading →
Today’s Science Workshop was with a visiting scientist named Jurassic Jenessa. She brought experiments for the students to do to explore forces. She talked about cohesion, friction, gravity, and magnetism. We even got to experiment with static electricity.
We had a wonderful Friday afternoon creating relief prints of birds you would see around Vancouver. Please read the earlier post about the process of creating prints. Here is our finished product. Each photo includes the inked relief print on … Continue reading →
Today we learned how to create relief prints. Maggie the artist shared different pictures of birds that you would find around Vancouver. The students were invited to notice the texture, composition, size and shape of these birds. Then the students chose … Continue reading →