Wed. June 27

  • No homework! Enjoy the evening.
  • Red and White Day tomorrow

Tues. June. 26

  • No homework or notes

Mon. June 25

  • Our soccer tournament is tomorrow (TUESDAY).
  • Students gather in the gym @ 9:30 am.
  • Students are reminded to wear a hat, dress in comfortable clothes (e.g., gym clothes perhaps), no specific colour is needed, running shoes (no cleats), shin pads is allowed. Students will eat their lunch in the class at the normal time. They may bring something to sit on as well.
  • Report Cards went home today along with contents of their desk. More will go home in the coming days

Fri. June 22

  • All next week is off uniform
  • Primary Soccer Tournament next Tuesday
  • Fri. Folders home today
  • Students will receive their Poetry Books next Tuesday. Please submit payment by that time (either online  or cash/cheque)

Thurs. June 21

  • Happy First Day of Summer!
  • Primary Soccer Tournament (all students will play) next Tuesday

Wed. June 20

  • No homework!

Mon. June 18

  • Camp KeeMoKee tomorrow! Parent volunteers–please meet us at Camp or take the bus with us.
  • Bring your lunch + water bottle
  • towel, water shoes (ie. Crocs, rain boots)
  • wear running shoes with socks
  • t-shirt and shorts (no tank tops, please)
  • sunscreen, hat, bug spray, change of clothes
  • bring a plastic bag for any wet stuff
  • no electronics
  • Bus departs at 9:15 sharp. Students will return by 3:00 at the latest.

Fri. June 15

  • No homework!
  • Harry Potter Party Monday–come prepared wearing your “outfits” and tickets to board the train to get to Hogwarts! If you forget your ticket, don’t worry. Thank you to all parents who will be bringing in various food items and to those who already have!
  • Happy Father’s Day!

Wed. June 13

  • Family life test now tomorrow. Students have reviewed in class and are expected to know the following terms (conception, ovum, sperm, uterus, umbilical cord).
  • Play Day is tomorrow afternoon
  • Off uniform day as well

Mon. June 11

  • bring in a baby picture (or email it to Mrs. S) as soon as possible
  • Play Day Thursday
  • Family Life Test Thurs.

Thurs. June 7

  • reading!
  • Friday folders went home today. Also, a purple note went home today with your child. It is an invitation to buy a copy of our class poetry anthology. It is the same size as our last book and made by the same company. Please don’t feel obliged or pressured. It is simply an invitation if you want one!

Wed. June 6

  • Pillowcases due tomorrow!
  • BBQ tonight! Starts @ 4:30
  • PD Day Friday

Tues. June 5

  • If you haven’t yet brought in your pillow case…please bring in by Thursday!
  • Reading!

Mon. June 4

  • Health: what other foods, besides dairy, are a good source of calcium?
  • Dance Fest tomorrow 9:30am. Come prepared with facepaint/hair/outfit.

Friday June 1

  • Fri. Folders went home today (Word Study quiz, Plants Science Test, Fiction Book Evaluation + book)
  • Writing Workshop: finish ‘colour’ poem. Choose a colour that interests you and write a poem about it. We did one in class together about the colour blue. Think about the 5 senses. What would it smell like? Describe it, name things that are that colour, etc. Be creative!

Thurs. May 31

  • Parts of Mass test tomorrow
  • Word Study Quiz
  • Dance Fest Tues. Note went home with youngest & only students
  • Social Studies–finish any incomplete work from today. Most students finished in class. (colour longhouse + complete the questions about Hania’s Journal entry).

Wed. May 30

  • Social Studies–finish up work on “Mary-Ellen’s Journal”. Finish colouring pemmican sheet
  • Religion Test (parts of Mass) Friday
  • Finish any Family Life from today. Note went home today regarding our current unit
  • Word Study

Tues. May 29

  • Word Study
  • (see below for reminders)

Mon. May 28

  • Word Study
  • permission form for End-of-Year trip
  • pillow case (plain white or very light-coloured)
  • t-shirt form (yellow)

Fri. May 25

  • Friday Folders went home today. Permission form for end-of-year field trip to Camp KeeMoKee + note about bringing in a plain pillow case for an upcoming project
  • We will be ordering t-shirts for students ($11) which will have the students’ signatures on the back and we will be Tye-dying them in class as a project
  • Author’s Celebration on Monday!

Thurs. May 24

  • Students are encouraged to continue crafting various poems.

Wed. May 23

  • Poetry–in your Writer’s Notebook, try to write a poem about something or someone important to you. Think about your line breaks, in particular, today 🙂

Tues. May 22

  • Poetry–try writing a non-rhyming poem about an object you might find around your house or in your community. Try looking at this ordinary object in a different way. What does it remind you of? What does it feel like? Describe its appearance.

Fri. May 18

  • Word Study postponed until early next week (Tues or Wed)
  • Fri Folders went home
  • Classroom Basket Raffle-our class is responsible for Family Movie Night themed Basket (ideas: boxes of candy and popcorn, DVDs, movie passes, blankets, store gift cards for DVDs and snacks). Baskets will be located in each classroom and items can be brought directly to the class. Donations due May 29.
  • End of Year BBQ and Fun Fair Wed. June 6 4:30-7:30. Pre-Sale Order form for food went home on Friday to Youngest & Only students

Thurs. May 17

  • Word Study
  • tomorrow is gum, hat, sport day!

Wed. May 16

  • Math: practice sheets
  • Trip tomorrow. Bring backpack, water bottle, packed lunch, small towel to sit on, library card if you have one already, hat, sunscreen. We will be spending some time outside.
  • Word Study

Tues. May 15

  • Sci. test tomorrow
  • Math: students are asked to play Race to the Top with a family member. A paperclip, spinner and recording sheet are needed. Students have all items.
  • Word Study

Mon. May 14

  • Plants test Wed. We have reviewed in class and will continue to review tomorrow
  • Math: finish texbook work, if incomplete.
  • Word Study

Thurs. May 10

  • see below 🙂
  • Science test (plants) next Wed.

Wed. May 9

  • Finish any incomplete math (slides, flips, turns, movement on a grid)
  • good copy of realistic fiction story due Friday
  • permission form. If you need a library card, application form due tomorrow

Tues. May 8

  • class trip permission form + $3.00 for bus
  • good copy of realistic fiction story due Friday
  • Good luck with the school show!! Evening performances Tues., Wed., Thurs. You rock!

Mon. May 7

  • Good copy–realistic fiction story due May 11
  • EQAO practice booklet due next Mon.
  • Permission form went home today for class trip May 17
  • Book club tomorrow!

Thurs. May 3

  • Book Club tomorrow
  • Writing-make sure your About the Author is complete.
  • 3D Geometry quiz tomorrow!

Wed. May 2

  • Book Club Friday
  • Writing: students are now working on their good copies of their stories. Tonight, finish the About the Author page. You may bring in a picture, if you like.
  • Math quiz: 3D Geometry this week!

Thurs. April 26

  • Next Book Club: Tues.
  • Writing: wrap up your drafting for realistic fiction
  • No Friday folders this week

Wed. April 25

  • Grandparents Day Itinerary:

     9:15 Greeting Table: Name tags for Grandparents
9:30 am A short performance for our grandparents in the gym
10:15 Recess for students
(Refreshments for our grandparents in front foyer)
10:30-11:30 Grandparents will be escorted to respective classrooms by grade 8  students. 

  • Fractions Test tomorrow
  • EQAO booklet due
  • Book Club tomorrow

Tues. April 24

  • Fractions test Thurs.
  • EQAO booklet due Thurs.
  • Book club Thurs. NOT Fri.

Mon. April 23

  • Writing–students are working in a drafting booklet now. They know to skip lines. They should continue drafting for 15 minutes tonight remembering to work on the strategies Show, Don’t Tell and to find at least 3 places to add some meaningful dialogue, using quotation marks.
  • Book Club is tomorrow

Fri. April 19

  • Book Club Tues.
  • Fri. Folder home

Thurs. April 18

  • EQAO booklet due tomorrow
  • Book Club tomorrow!

Wed. April 18

  • Writing Workshop: “Show, Don’t Tell” handout practice
  • Religion: cut, colour, glue (Liturgy of the Eucharist)
  • Reading 🙂

Tues. April 17

  • Science–students began their research today on a plant of their choice. They may gather research at home and bring it to school if they choose to, but it is not necessary
  • Book Club–this Friday
  • Writing–draft 10 minutes or work on story mountain
  • Little Mermaid-t-shirt orders & Best Wishes…due Monday

Mon. April 16

  • Science–we are beginning a mini-research task on a plant. Students are asked to simply choose a plant for tomorrow (ie. cactus, a type of tree, a type of flower, etc)
  • Easter/Lent test postponed until tomorrow. Matching, fill in the blanks, short answer. We’ve reviewed in class so students are aware of the types of questions they will be asked.
  • Writing Workshop: 10 minutes drafting tonight or work on your Story Mountain (plotting key parts of your story on a mountain).
  • Book Club Meeting #1 tomorrow! Come prepared with having read your required reading, bring your book and your detective notes. Things you might jot down in your notes include questions, clues, suspects, etc.

Fri. Apr. 12

  • Easter & Lent test on Monday
  • Math  Fractions–finish worksheet practice
  • Book Club Meeting #1 on Tuesday. Come prepared with some note-taking (“stop and jots”), your completed reading, and your Detective folder. You can use post-it notes for your note-taking/asking of questions OR you can write it on the last page of your Detective folder. There is a spot for it there.

Wed. Apr. 11

  • Word Study
  • Finish any incomplete Religion
  • Religion Test on Monday (about Lent and Easter)
  • Don’t forget…Jersey Day tomorrow!
  • School Play Info:  BestWishes & T-Shirt Order Form–The orders went home last week and are due April 23rd. Please submit to classroom teacher or the office.
  • Milk–Milk orders were sent home (pink sheet). They are due to the office by Friday as the order starts on Monday.
  • Grandsparents’ Day–Please return the blue form and if possible a framed picture of their special person so we can display it.

Tues. April 10

  • Word Study
  • Brown envelope went home today with your child along with a note in their agenda. The envelope contains a booklet with some EQAO practice questions (reading, writing, and math). It is due at the end of the week.
  • Jersey Day on Thurs.

Mon. April 9

  • Science quiz tomorrow (students have starred the important pages to review)
  • Word Study

Fri. April 6

  • Science quiz (soil) on Tuesday
  • Writing: finish sketch of main character and 10 traits to describe your main character (are they funny? serious? weird? silly? sporty?)

Thurs. April 5

  • Math: finish last question (multiplication/division). Quiz tomorrow!
  • The Best Part of Me–return form indicating softcover/hardcover and submit payment ($15 or $22)
  • School Play–don’t forget to order your tickets sooner than later
  • Reading!

Wed. April 4

  • Writer’s workshop: Drafting ideas (10 mins)
  • Mathletics (10 mins)
  • Read!
  • Science–finish “How Are Plants Important to Humans?” if not done
  • Note about Grandparent’s Day celebrations–went home with youngest in the family

Tues. April 3

  • Finish “Symbols of Easter” from last week. Colour as well.
  • Last Chance–to let me know if you’re interested in ordering a copy of The Best Part of Me. A follow-up note will go home shortly to those who said they were interested.
  • $3 for our plants (if you haven’t already submitted. Thanks!)

Thurs. Mar. 29

  • Happy Easter To You!
  • $3.00 for Science (planters, seeds, soil, etc). Thanks!
  • Return bottom portion of letter that went home re: your possible interest in ordering  “The Best Part of Me” class book

Wed. Mar. 28

  • Return bottom portion of letter that went home re: your possible interest in ordering  “The Best Part of Me” class book
  • Reading!
  • Soils Test next Tuesday

Tues. Mar. 27

  • Science–finish “Exploring Decomposers” questions + colour the composting picture
  • Religion- make sure all work is completed
  • Reading
  • 2 notes went home today in agenda: 1 was about a class book and the other is a note from Ms.Nathoo

Mon. Mar. 26

  • Math test tomorrow (perimeter, area, capacity, mass, time, temperature, linear measurement)
  • Review–students have done quite a lot of review in class. They can continue tonight using their text’s questions. Questions are written in their notebooks.
  • No word study this week
  • Science–a note went home about a request for $3.00 for our unit in Science. It is in your child’s agenda

Fri. Mar. 23

  • Math: reminder about test on Tuesday. 
  • Math: finish up practice sheets from today about Mass. Question #5 needs to be done at home. A visit to the grocery store or using a grocery store flyer will be helpful. There is also a temperature and measurement review sheet as well (2-sided).

Thurs. Mar. 22

  • Word Study
  • Math–finish practice work on finding capacity
  • Mass tomorrow in the gym @ 2pm

Wed. Mar. 21

  • Math Test on Tuesday (measurement)
  • Writing:  Write at least 1 page reflecting on your March Break. Include your feelings about it, what you did, and your favourite/least favourite parts.
  • Word Study
  • S’More party tomorrow afternoon

Tues. Mar. 20

  • Word Study
  • Making Inferences–finish writing on your “s’more” sheets and lightly colour each.

Mon. Mar. 19

  • Tomorrow is the Eco Team Bakesale. Bring coins if interested!
  • Word Study

Fri. Mar. 9

  • Happy March Break everyone!

Thurs. Mar. 8

  • Fri. Folder went home today. Please return tomorrow
  • Finish perimeter practice
  • Writing: finish rough copy of “The Best Part of Me” paragraph.

Wed. Mar. 7

  • Science homework (if it wasn’t finished from yesterday)
  • Reading!
  • Fri. folders to go home tomorrow
  • Rheo Thompson chocolate Easter bunny sucker ORDER FORMS went home today. Bunnies are 3 for $10. Fund will go towards our “iPad Initiative”. Order forms and payment due by Mar. 19

Tues. Mar. 6

  • Math: measurement handout. Complete #1f) at home
  • Science–finish cross section of soil. Draw 6 items that you can find living in the soil.
  • Inference question #3 (found in Reader’s Notebook)

Mon. Mar. 5

  • No Word Study the week before March Break
  • Math: reading thermometers (handout)
  • What is the temperature of your house set at?

Fri. March 2

  • Friday Folders go home today
  • Math: finish 1st side only of handout (estimating, measuring  using cm)
  • Mathletics–get caught up as much as you can
  • Language–finish your ‘braininstorming sheet’ about “The Best Part of Me”
  • Green Day next Friday
  • Do you need a glue stick? red pen? Anything else?

Thurs. March 1

  • Word Study and quiz tomorrow
  • Reading!

Wed. Feb. 28

  • Word Study
  • Math p. 101 #6,7,9 if not done
  • Gymnastics Meet tomorrow! Good luck to all participants

Tues. Feb. 27

  • Gymnastics Presentation reminder: tomorrow at 1:00pm in gym
  • Word Study

Mon. Feb. 26

  • Math: p. 119 #4-7
  • Swimming tomorrow
  • Word Study

Fri. Feb. 23

  • Practice telling time to the nearest 5 min. You can use the clock you made at school or another analogue clock.
  • Mathletics–Mrs. S assigned 2 new tasks dealing with time
  • Reading!

Thurs. Feb. 22

  • Math: practice telling time (handout). Students are expected to know to the nearest 5 min.
  • Reading: 20 mins.
  • Out of Uniform tomorrow

Tues. Feb. 20

  • Book Fair still going on at school. Students who would like to purchase books or other items should bring money to school in a bag. They will have a chance to purchase either Wed. or Thurs.
  • Reading: 25 minutes tonight
  • No Word Study this week

Fri. Feb. 16

  • Monday is Family Day. Enjoy!
  • Don’t forget: Swimming is on Tuesday. Pack those bathing suits, towels, goggles, etc. the night before

Thurs. Feb. 15

  • Math Test tomorrow.  Finish review questions from class (if not finished)
  • See notes below about Beach Day and bring a dog stuffy if you have one!
  • Word Study

Wed. Feb. 14

  • Word Study
  • Thursday: International Flag Day–dress in Canadian colours
  • Friday: bring a dog stuffy if you have one (it’s the Year of the Dog).  It is also Beach Day.
  • Math test Friday (addition, subtraction, money)

Tues. Feb. 13

  • Lent starts tomorrow (Ash Wed.). Liturgy in gym at 2pm
  • Word Study
  • Math test Fri.
  • Friday: bring a dog stuffy if you have one (Year of the Dog).
  • Thursday: International Flag Day–dress in Canadian colours

Mon. Feb. 12

  •  Swim to Survive tomorrow a.m.
  • Red and White Day on Tuesday
  • Mass on Wed. (Ash Wed.) 2pm at the school
  • Word Study
  • Math-finish p. 159 #4,5,8
  • Note: Valentine’s Day will be celebrated on Tuesday as Wed. is the start of Lent.
  • We will have pancakes tomorrow afternoon!

Fri. Feb. 9

  • Fri. Folders go home today with some assessments & the Report Card
  • Students are asked to think about their top 3 favorite Winter Olympic sports. They will choose 1 to begin a research project on next week.

Thurs. Feb. 8

  • Math: continue practice subtracting from $10.
  • St. Valentine’s Day School Family Dance–tonight 5-7pm in gym. Dress in red, white, pink. Pizza can be purchased for $3.00/slice. Tickets at the door. Note went home today
  • Word Study & quiz tomorrow

Wed. Feb. 7

  • Don’t forget: Swimming next Tuesday (and the following 2 Tuesdays)
  • Math: finish 5 questions (Subtracting from Ten Dollars)
  • CandyGrams for sale tomorrow.
  • Word Study

Tues. Feb. 6

  • Reminder: Candygrams will be sold on Wednesday, Feb. 7th  and Thursday, Feb. 8th in the mornings. They cost 50 cents each or 3 for $1.00
  • Word Study
  • What/Who is on the $5 and $10 bills?

Mon. Feb. 5

  • Word Study-new words this week. Students also have their new High Frequency words that they should often review. These  should be found in the front of their Word Study duotang
  • What is the animal on our quarter?
  • Read!

Fri. Feb. 2

  • Social Studies Test Mon. Students have starred the areas of focus for our test. They have brought their green duotangs home this weekend.
  • Friday Folders home this weekend
  • Read!
  • Note: Candygrams for sale Wednesday, Feb. 7th  and Thursday, Feb. 8th.  50 cents each or 3/$1.00

Thurs. Feb. 1

  • Mathletics (aim for 10 minutes if you can)
  • Social Studies–review. Mrs. Sullivan says our test is on Monday
  • Word Study quiz tomorrow

Wed. Jan. 31

  • Family LIfe–finish ‘compromise’ paragraph by finishing the sentence “An example of a time when I had to compromise was…”  and draw/colour a picture to accompany the  paragraph.
  • Word Study

Tues. Jan. 30

  • Word Study
  • Students were introduced to Mathletics today. A brief note was sent home in the agenda. More info to follow on the blog soon
  • Review Social Studies notes–test on Friday, if not, Monday
  • Family Life interview (if incomplete)

Mon. Jan. 29

  • Math: finish p. 146 #7,8,9,10
  • Word Study

Fri. Jan. 26

  • Family Life interview–due Tuesday
  • Math quiz Monday (addition and subtraction)

Thurs. Jan. 25

  • Word Study and quiz tomorrow
  • Family Life–finish your picture of inclusion vs. exclusion
  • Finish ‘persuasive opinion’ handout if not done
  • Dress down day tomorrow!

Wed. Jan. 24

  • Word Study
  • Gym tomorrow–we have started gymnastics. Hair must be pulled back, uniform shorts & t-shirt please.
  • Reading

Tues. Jan. 23

  • Word Study
  • Math: complete 6 questions. Solve each in 2 ways
  • Writing Workshop: Complete handout “Writing Sentences to Persuade”. Just the front page.

Mon. Jan. 22

  • Word Study
  • Social Studies: finish drawing & colouring your “Municipal Services” handout
  • Social Studies: we’ve started researching about a specific community today. Tonight, see what you can learn about what kind of JOBS you might find in your community that you are researching. You will share any information you find with your group tomorrow.

Thurs. Jan. 18

  • Reading!
  • Scholastic book order forms (2) went home today
  • Social Studies–we are beginning a research project on a specific community in Ontario. Here are some suggestions for students to choose from:           Each group will select their top 3 communities on Monday

Farming Communities (Teeswater, Bradford)           Fishing Communities (Kingsville, Wheatley)

Tourist Communities (Niagara Falls, Muskoka)        Commercial Communities (Toronto, Mississauga)

Residential Communities (Burlington, Ancaster)     Mining Communities (Sudbury, Timmins, Goderich)

Forestry Communities (Chapleau, Thunder Bay)      Port Communities (Port Dover, Port Stanley)

Manufacturing Communities (Brantford, Hamilton)

Wed. Jan. 17

  • Disney Character Day tomorrow! Dress in your favourite Disney character outfit
  • Math: finish 5 subtraction questions in your math notebook
  • Read!

Tues. Jan. 16

  • Math: finish 3 questions in your notebook. Solve each addition question in 2 ways.
  • Read: 20 min.
  • Hot topic paragraph. Finish writing your paragraph and be ready to share tomorrow!
  • Note went home today re: swimming

Mon. Jan. 15

  • Swimming tomorrow. We depart at 9:20
  • Read: 30 minutes
  • No Word Study this week. We will resume next Monday
  • Math–complete addition practice (both sides)

Fri. Jan. 12

  • Swimming Tuesday morning
  • Primary Gymnastics tryouts Monday @ lunch. Info/Consent form was sent home on Thursday for those interested
  • Friday Folder went home today

Thurs. Jan. 11

  • Over the next while…Math: review your “doubles” (e.g., 4+4, 5+5, 6+6, 7+7, 8+8)
  • Over the next while…Math: Practice counting backwards by 2, 5, 10 from 100. Practice starting at 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, etc)
  • Math: finish addition practice sheet for tomorrow
  • Swim Form
  • Gymnastics permission form to TRY OUT due back by Monday. Tryouts are on Monday at lunch

Wed. Jan. 10

  • Swim Form?
  • Cereal box if you have one and haven’t already brought it in
  • Word Study
  • Social Studies–finish your “circles” activity. Don’t worry about cutting them out.

Tues. Jan. 9

  • Social Studies- Who is the leader of Ontario?      Finish “Instasnap” handout. One is about you and the other is about London
  • Swim to Survive permission form went home today. Please return by Fri.
  • Word Study

Mon. Jan. 8, 2018

Happy New Year!

  • Bring in an empty cereal box by Friday please 🙂
  • Word Study
  • Reading

Fri. Dec. 22

  • Math text p. 99 #1-100     Just Kidding!! Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

Thurs. Dec. 21

  • PJ Day tomorrow!

Wed. Dec. 20

  • If you haven’t yet brought in a wrapped book for our Book Exchange, there’s still time! We will be doing the exchange on Thurs.
  • Writing Workshop: If you get the chance, students are asked to share their ‘Would You Rather’ question regarding being invisible or having super strength.
  • Tomorrow is a dress down day and we are making a craft in the afternoon

Tues. Dec. 19

  • Gr. 7/8 Garage Sale tomorrow. Our class is scheduled at 11:10am. If you’d like to send some change with your child tomorrow, please do so.
  • Red & Green Day tomorrow!
  • Read 🙂

Mon. Dec. 18

  • Math Test tomorrow! 2D Geometry, symmetry, shapes, angles (right, obtuse, acute), vertices, and so on.
  • Concert tonight! Be there for 5:45pm. Wear your Christmas colours.
  • Don’t forget to bring in a wrapped book by Wed. for our Book Exchange. (But don’t tell anyone in the class which book it is! Shhh…it’s a secret)

Fri. Dec. 15

  • Math Test Tues.
  • Friday Folder went home today (‘What Peace Means to Me’ rubric)
  • Math p. 185 #4,5 if not done
  • Don’t forget to bring in a wrapped book by Wed. for our Book Exchange. (But don’t tell anyone in the class which book it is! Shhh…it’s a secret)

Thurs. Dec. 14

  • Word Study quiz tomorrow
  • Math test on Tues (2D Geometry)
  • Our class and the Gr.3/4 class will be leading the school in an Advent liturgy on Monday at 11:10am. If you’re around, we invite you to join us!
  • Monday is the Christmas Concert @ St.George’s Church @ 6pm. Be there by 5:45.

Wed. Dec. 13

  • Alice in Wonderland tomorrow @ St. Theresa
  • Finish “What Does Christmas Mean to Me” if not completed yet
  • Math: p. 177 #4,5 and p. 181 # 4a only
  • Word Study
  • Our class and the Gr.3/4 class will be leading the school in an Advent liturgy on Monday at 11:10am. If you’re around, we invite you to join us!
  • Monday is the Christmas Concert @ St.George’s Church @ 6pm

Tues. Dec. 12

  • Word Study
  • Yoga tomorrow!
  • “If I Was Trapped in a Snowglobe…” planning sheet, if not done.

Mon. Dec. 11

  • Word Study (new words introduced today)
  • If not returned yet, please fill in and return swimming form that went home on Friday
  • Reading
  • Yoga this Wed. Our last session.

Fri. Dec. 8

  • Next Wed. is our last yoga session
  • Reading: 45 minutes this weekend!
  • French: picture

Thurs. Dec. 7

  • Math: Make sure your gingerbread man is finished (symmetry) & Quadrilaterals worksheet (front page only)
  • be sure you are reviewing Canada provinces & territories
  • Word Study quiz tomorrow!
  • Reminder: Tomorrow morning we leave at 9:10 am and are at Cineplex Masonville
  • Have you brought in a clementine box yet?

Wed. Dec. 6

  • Reading
  • Word Study
  • Author’s Party tomorrow!

Tues. Dec. 5

  • Math–angles worksheet (finish)
  • Word Study
  • Reading!
  • Tomorrow is Mass at the church.

Mon. Dec. 4

  • Math–finish the question you glued into your notebook
  • Provinces & Territories (and great lakes) quiz sometime this week
  • Clementine box (if you can)
  • Word Study

Fri. Dec. 1

  • Grammar–finish up any NOUNS practice work
  • Math–finish your Quadrilaterals worksheet (both sides)
  • Clementine box (see below)
  • Read!

Thurs. Nov. 30

  • Off uniform again on Friday
  • Read: 20
  • Grammar: spend about 15-20 minutes working towards completion of your Nouns worksheets. If you don’t finish it all, that’s OK. You will have time on Friday to ensure it’s fully completed.
  • Bring in an empty clementine/tangerine box by Dec. 12. Thank you!

Wed. Nov. 29

  • Off uniform tomorrow AND Friday!
  • Math: find 3 different objects in your home. See if you can find an angle  that is greater than 90 degrees, less than 90 degrees, and one that is exactly 90 degrees. Write them down in your notebook.
  • Reading: 20 min.

Tues. Nov. 28

  • Reading: 20 min.
  • Social Studies: review Canada map (where the provinces & territories are)
  • Review H.O.M.E.S. (names of the Great Lakes).  H=Huron O=Ontario  M=Michigan E=Erie S=Superior

Mon. Nov. 27

  • Please bring in a Canadian stamp to help us mail our postcards to various cities within Ontario (as part of our Social Studies unit on Living and Working in Ontario). Thank you!
  • Continue to bring in magazines, flyers, newspapers, stickers, etc. as we continue to assemble our UPower Map
  • Math test tomorrow
  • No Word Study this week.

Fri. Nov. 24

  • Friday Folder went home today.
  • Please bring in a stamp for our Ontario Postcard Exchange (note went home today in Fri. Folder)
  • UPower Map–starting the process of putting it together on Monday. If you have extra magazines at your house, and are willing to donate, please bring in 🙂
  • Goal Setting sheet due Monday.
  • Math Test Tues.

Thurs. Nov. 23

  • Word Study (quiz tomorrow)
  • Math: finish any incomplete math from class (p. 73#5, p. 72 #1,2,3). It is good review for our test next Tues.
  • Goal Setting sheet due Monday
  • Math Test on Tuesday (Data Management)
  • Family Life: Don’t forget to continue to collect any and all materials you’d like to build your UPower Map starting on Monday! If you have extra magazines at your house, and are willing to donate, please bring in 🙂

Wed. Nov. 22

  • Math: p. 60 #1,3,4.    Data Management Test on Tuesday
  • Goal-setting sheet due Monday
  • Word Study tonight

Tues. Nov. 21

  • Math: textbook p.55 #3,5
  • Word Study
  • $2 yoga (we are looking for 7 more)
  • Goal Setting: a goal setting template went home today with your child. It is due back on Mon. Nov. 27. I will keep a copy and provide a copy for it to be kept at home.
  • Permission form went home today for Alice in Wonderland @ St.Theresa
  • UPower Map–this is an assignment for Family Life. Information going home today about what it is and what students are asked to start to bring in. The creation of the map will take place starting next Monday at school!

Mon. Nov. 20

  • $2 for yoga.  Our first session is this Wed. Students are asked to dress comfortably.
  • Read: 20 min.
  • Word Study–new words today
  • Blog: leave a comment on the blog (your choice)

Thurs. Nov. 16

  • PD Day tomorrow
  • PenPal Homework: 1.  Where is Texas?   2.  What time zones does Texas have?
  • Yoga information form went home today.
  • Reading: 45 minutes this weekend

Wed. Nov. 15

  • Word Study
  • Parent & Teacher Conferences Tonight

Tues. Nov. 14

  • Blue permission form for penpals–still a few needed.
  • Word Study
  • Math (front bar graph page only)
  • Book Fair tomorrow after morning announcements

Mon. Nov. 13

  • Blue permission form for penpals–please return as soon as you can
  • Please return both Math test and Science Test (sent home Friday)
  • Word Study–new words today
  • Reading: 20 mins.
  • Book Fair starts this week! Our class will be attending the Fair Wed. morning.

Fri. Nov. 10

  • Friday Folders go home today
  • Reading: 20 min.
  • Have a great weekend!

Thurs. Nov. 9

  • Word Study quiz tomorrow
  • Return your green Parent/Teacher Conference form with the youngest student in the family as soon as possible.
  • Math: complete Bar Graph practice sheet tonight (front/back)

Wed. Nov. 8

  • Word Study
  • Reading
  • Tomorrow is Stuffie Day (bring in a stuffed animal of your choice)
  • A green Parent/Teacher Conference form went home today with your child

Tues. Nov. 7

  • Tomorrow is our ‘building day’ for our shoebox dioramas. Please ensure all your materials that you will need are brought to school.
  • Math: finish pumpkin data page. (No need to do the back page). One side only.
  • Reading: 20 mins.
  • Word Study

Mon. Nov. 6

  • Finish colouring your Halloween Candy bar graph
  • shoe box + materials for your project–bring in by Wed.
  • Writing: we are nearing the end point of our unit. Please finish up your story. Be sure to elaborate on the most important parts!
  • Word Study

Fri. Nov. 3

  • Reading: at least 25 minutes this weekend
  • Friday Folders go home today (take note of the Mystery Reader info sheet)
  • St. George’s Candy Cane Bazaar Saturday 9-1pm

Thurs. Nov. 2

  • Math–finish your handout “Math Practice”. This is good review for your test tomorrow
  • Family Life-Finish your pictures (colour, too) from yesterday’s work about belonging
  • Reading: 20 minutes

Wed. Nov. 1

  • Bring in a shoebox by Monday (for Science project). Students may also start to bring in various items to help create their diorama.
  • Writing: 10 minutes. Today we learned about elaboration. Try to find a place in your story to elaborate. Stretch out the details!
  • Science Test tomorrow. Complete the Lion & Zebra adaptations part of the handout in green duotang.   We will have time in class tomorrow to review and practice.
  • Math…try to tally your Halloween loot on the handout sheet provided.

Tues. Oct. 31

  • Science–green duotangs. If you haven’t had a chance to initial the front page of the Habitat Project Outline to indicate you’ve seen it, please do so as soon as you can.
  • Blue math duotangs go home tonight. Inside is a tally sheet for students to tally their Halloween loot. We will be doing a graph about their data. If your child is not trick-or-treating, not to worry, they can simply use another student’s data or make up their own.  Students should have their tally sheet finished by Thursday.

Mon. Oct. 30

  • Reading in the Dark tomorrow afternoon. Try to bring a flashlight, blanket, pillow tomorrow! If you have books at home you’d like to bring in to read, you can do that, too.
  • Science Test Thurs.
  • Patterning test Friday
  • No Word Study this week
  • Finish Family Life task (Draw at least 2 pictures of your family customs)
  • Science–green duotangs go home today with our Habitat Project Outline. Simply initial the front page to indicate you’ve seen it. Thanks!

Thurs. Oct. 26

  • Students voted to write their Word Study quiz on Monday
  • Science test next Thurs about habitats
  • Patterning Test next Friday
  • Reading in the Dark Tuesday. Students are asked to bring in a flashlight, pillow, blanket.
  • No Friday Folder sent home this weekend

Wed. Oct. 25

  • QSP orders due tomorrow
  • Nylons (aka pantyhose), adult size–needed for our craft!
  • Math: finish p. 10# 1,2,4 only for homework unless I’ve written otherwise in your child’s agenda.
  • Off uniform day tomorrow!
  • Word Study

Tues. Oct. 24

  • Halloween Family Dance this Thursday! Don’t forget!
  • QSP magazine drive is ending this week
  • Book Orders due this Thursday (if you are ordering)
  • Nylons for our craft–bring in by Thursday. Thank you! 🙂
  • Math: draw a shrinking pattern and explain how it is shrinking.
  • Science–quite a few students didn’t complete their homework from last Thursday. They are asked to complete it tonight.

Mon. Oct. 23

  • Note went home in agenda requesting each student bring in 1 adult size pair of nylons (skin colour). Find the cheapest pair! Dollar store should have some. Please bring in by Oct. 26.
  • Word Study
  • Reading!

Fri. Oct. 20

  • No homework this weekend except reading!
  • Friday Folders went home today.
  • Next Thursday is the Halloween Family Dance 5-7pm
  • Fall Fun Fair–if you want to make something or bring something in for the Fair, be sure to bring it in by Tuesday morning!
  • Magazine Drive is wrapping up next week. Get your orders in!

Thurs. Oct. 19

  • Can you help us name our new turkey? We have a stuffed animal turkey that is nameless
  • Science: finish drawing and colouring your 4 pictures showing how humans affect habitats (both positive and negative examples). We shared in class about pollution, oil spills, cutting down trees, planting trees, building homes, etc.)
  • Reading tonight!

Wed. Oct. 18

  • Math: problem-solving question. We solved this in class together. Now students will solve on their own.
  • Writing: draft your story for about 10 min.
  • Read!

Tues. Oct. 17

  • Parents: if you are able  to send your child with a set of earbuds or headphones (in a plastic bag with name on it), that would be fantastic. Thanks to all who have brought one in already 🙂 They don’t need to be an expensive pair. Perhaps the Dollar Store might have something.
  • Reminder: No word study this week. We will start again on Monday. FYI–students who received less than 10 can have another chance to write the quiz if they wish.
  • Math: draw a growing pattern (shapes) in your notebook to share with a classmate tomorrow. You may add colour if you wish.
  • Writing–Write 2 different Leads to your story. We learned about different types of leads such as using dialogue, action, setting.

Mon. Oct. 16

  • No Word Study this week. Take a break
  • Writing Workshop–continue ‘drafting’ in your notebook for 10 minutes. Focus on adding more detail to your story.
  • Read: 20 min.

Fri. Oct. 13

  • Religion: your challenge this weekend is to memorize the next 4 lines in our school prayer.
  • Friday Folders went home today. Please sign the math test and return in the Folder on Monday.
  • If your child hasn’t brought in their own headphones for school use, please try to do so soon. Place in a plastic bag with their name on it. We don’t have enough school headphones for everyone. Thank you!

Thurs. Oct. 12

  • Religion: I challenge you to memorize the first 4 lines of our new school prayer. Can you do it?
  • Word Study quiz is tomorrow

Wed. Oct. 11

  • Math p. 5 #3 and 4
  • Word Study tonight
  • F.I.A.T. letter went home tonight

Tues. Oct. 10

  • Lids-students are asked to bring in 3 different sized lids to use as tracers for an art/math project (small, medium, large). Please bring in by Wed. Mrs. S will have some extras.
  • New Word Study Words went home today. Students can do Tuesday’s sort today
  • Thank you for returning last week’s word study test with a signature
  • Science–if students aren’t quite finished, they are asked to finish both sides of their worksheet on Producers, Consumers, and Decomposers
  • Reading

Fri. Oct. 6

  • Friday Folders went home today. Spelling quiz went home today. QSP Magazine drive went home today. If you are missing anything, please let me know!
  • Have a lovely Thanksgiving Weekend.

Thurs. Oct. 5  Wow! Great job on leading the school Mass today!

  • Word Study–“Great 8” tonight. Quiz is tomorrow. Those of you away tomorrow will write on Tuesday.
  • Reading: 20 mins.
  • Tomorrow is Turkey Bingo in the gym

Wed. Oct. 4

  • Canned goods collected this week
  • Writing Workshop–put a star next to your entry that you pick as your favourite–the one you could say a lot about. (Some students did this already).
  • Word Study (Timed Sort)–some students did this in class today.
  • Science–Producers, Consumers, Decomposers. Students should glue their cutouts onto their master sheet. They have placed their cutouts in their agenda pocket.
  • Mass tomorrow at 9:30 @ St. George.

Tues. Oct. 3

  • Science: finish Food Chain work, if not done
  • Reading: 20 minutes
  • Word Study
  • Canned Goods–being collected this week

Mon. Oct. 2

  • Math test tomorrow (see below).
  • Word Study (students have their new words this week)
  • Practice your speaking parts (if you have one) for Mass
  • Read! 20 minutes

Thurs. Sept. 28

  • Math Test Tuesday (representing numbers, expanding, drawing, writing, comparing bigger/smaller, rounding to nearest 10 with 2-digit numbers).
  • Finish any of your math practice sheets in blue duotang. This is also good review!
  • Start to bring in canned goods next week to donate 🙂
  • We are preparing Mass next Thursday. Students who have speaking parts have brought home a pink piece of paper with their part typed on it. All students have a role in Mass.
  • PD Day tomorrow!

Wed. Sept. 27

  • Word Study (Wednesday). We’ve practiced how to do it in class. Students are asked to try it one more time at home.
  • Writing Workshop–finish your entry about a special place that matters to you. Write clear details about a memory in that place.
  • No math homework tonight
  • Terry Fox Run tomorrow @ 1pm. Dress Down day
  • Read: 20 minutes.
  • All About Me Bag presentations tomorrow (Samuel, Silvana, Brendan P., Reese, Ewan)

Tues. Sept. 26

  • Word Study (Tuesday)
  • Reading
  • Orange shirt day tomorrow (optional)

Mon. Sept. 25

  • All About Me Bag presentations tomorrow
  • Religion-finish your 4 places we pray (paper is split into 4 sections). Your 5 Finger prayer is NOT homework.
  • Word Study: these are words that everyone received. This is for practice to get used to the routine. Next Monday we will start with groups for Word Study where different groups get different words 🙂
  • Trip tomorrow to Museum London

Fri. Sept. 22

  • Friday Folders go home today
  • Book Orders due next Friday, should you wish to order something
  • Reading: 30 minutes
  • All About Me Bag…students presenting Monday: Jacob F., Brandon D., Evangelos, Eva, Jacob B.
  • Writer’s Workshop–finish entry #1 about 1 person that matters to you. Write a paragraph about a special time with that person.
  • Field Trip Tuesday. We depart at 11:30 and return by 2:30.

Thurs. Sept. 21

  • Permission forms (and $4 cash or through cashless system) for trip.
  • Math quiz tomorrow
  • Note went home with all students today regarding “All About Me Bag” mini-project. Students have written down their presentation date in their agendas and on the sheet. They will be reminded in class, too.
  • Reading: 20 min

Wed. Sept. 20

  • Picture Day tomorrow. It is still a uniform day.
  • Math quiz Friday on place value, ordering numbers, representing numbers.
  • Field trip (next Tuesday to Museum London) is going home today.
  • Reading: 20 min.

Tues. Sept. 19

  • See remarks below
  • Reading: 20 minutes

Mon. Sept. 18

  • This Wednesday is Multicultural Day. Student Parliament is encouraging all students to dress down for your ‘cultural’ background. Could be an Italian soccer shirt, or a Ukranian dress, etc.
  • Picture Day Thursday
  • Science–some of you may need to finish your Habitats sheet from today
  • Mass is tomorrow morning at 9:30am St. George’s
  • Reading: 20 min.

Fri. Sept. 15

  • Today was Dot Day!
  • Reading over the weekend…22 minutes!
  • Friday Folders went home today. Picture day form was inside. Our date is next Thursday the 21st.

Thurs. Sept. 14

  • Dot Day tomorrow! If you have the game “Twister”, please bring it in!
  • Finish math practice sheets
  • Reading: 20 minutes
  • Next Thursday is Picture Day. Form will go home tomorrow.

Tues. Sept. 12

  • see note below regarding Meet & Greet tomorrow
  • Reader’s Notebook–finish illustrating your favourite place to read. Be ready to share tomorrow
  • Read: 20 minutes
  • This Friday…Dot Day!

Mon. Sept. 11

  • Meet & Greet night this Wednesday 4:30-6:00 (note went home with Youngest or Only students today)
  • Blog Contract–please return (pink)
  • Math: finish place value practice. (In blue duotang). Dice isn’t needed to complete the activity. Students know they are allowed to ‘make up’ numbers if they don’t have dice.  A few students have already completed this.
  • Finish decorating your Writer’s Notebooks if you haven’t done so.

Fri. Sept. 8

  • Blog Contract went home today. Please return as soon as possible.
  • Decorate your Writer’s notebooks!
  • Next Wednesday is our Back to School Meet & Greet! 4:30-6:00
  • Reading: 21 minutes this weekend. (That’s ‘minimum’!)

Thurs. Sept. 7

  • Pink “Verification Form” went home tonight. Please check it over for any omissions, errors, etc. Make the necessary corrections, and sign the bottom. Return as soon as possible.
  • If yellow Parent Questionnaires still need to be returned to Mrs. Sullivan, please do so
  • Reading 20 minutes
  • Agenda $10 if you have not yet submitted it. Thank you kindly.

Wed. Sept. 6

  • Gym tomorrow–make sure your gym clothes are here!
  • Music is tomorrow with Mr. Morson
  • $10 agenda money
  • Parent questionnaire (yellow sheet). Please return as soon as you can
  • Reading 20 min.

Tues. Sept. 5–Welcome Back!

  • Parent Questionnaire (yellow sheet) went home today
  • Agenda $10.
  • Indoor shoes, if your child has not yet brought them in.
  • Reading: 20 minutes



Fri. June 23

  • Friday folders went home today (probability test)
  • Read 🙂

Thurs. June 22

  • Poetry book $ due. A note went home in agendas regarding this if you ordered one.
  • Board game for tomorrow afternoon, if you have one to bring in!
  • Reading: 20 minutes

Mon. June 19

  • Class trip this Thursday at Spencer Lodge

Thurs. June 15

  • Probability quiz tomorrow.
  • Reading

Wed. June 14

  • Probability quiz Fri. We continue to review in class.
  • Reading!
  • Mass tomorrow am

Tues. Jun 13

  • Tomorrow is Play Day in the afternoon! Wear sunscreen, hat, etc. Dress Down day
  • Last day to bring in (or leave a note in agenda) about whether you want to purchase a copy of our class poetry anthology.
  • Reading: 20

Mon. June 12

  • Want to order a Poetry Book with the poems written by the students this year?  Pink information sheet went home today (due no later than Wed!!) regarding a poetry anthology of the class. If you are interested or not, please return as soon as possible. I am running out of time! 🙂
  • Metaphors and Similes–practice sheet
  • Read: 20 minutes
  • French plays are tonight!

Thurs. June 8

  • Reading assessment “Wind Storm” to be signed and returned please. If you received level 1s or 2s on the written portion, please re-write on the back of your assessment.
  • Writing: please feel free to write more poetry! Remember…poems are hiding everywhere!
  • Mathletics: please catch up on any incomplete tasks
  • Reading: 30 minutes
  • PD Day tomorrow

Wed. June 7

  • Dress down day tomorrow
  • Dance Fest. We perform at approx. 10:30am for parents. Students: don’t forget your ‘costume’. See May 31st
  • Mathletics: spend 15 minutes
  • Writing: craft your second poem from today. Our focus was on creating a poem with a heavy focus on “ing” verbs but feel free to write your own style if you prefer. I don’t want to hold you back in any way!

Tues. June 6

  • Reading: 20 min.
  • Any materials needed for catapult building
  • School BBQ tonight! 4:30-6:30

Mon. June 5

  • Read: 20 min.
  • permission form/money for field trip
  • Social Studies–see below
  • French: test tomorrow. Don’t forget about your play performance.
  • Health: cigarette homework

Fri. June 2

  • Reading: 30 minutes this weekend! (at least!)
  • permission form/money for class field trip to Spencer’s Lodge
  • Social Studies building a catapult–materials you may like to use: pipecleaners, cardboard, cups, tinfoil, plastic spoons, waterbottle caps, elastics, glue sticks, small boxes, etc.
  • Mrs. Bernardo/Sullivan can provide: yarn, elastics, hot glue, paper clips, paper, some pipcleaners.

Thurs. June 1

  • If not finished…complete your 6 Room Poem
  • Reading: 20 minutes
  • Family Life test tomorrow

Wed. May 31

  • Track & Field Gr.4s
  • No math homework
  • Family Life test Fri.
  • Read: 20 minutes
  • Writing: complete your “6 Room Poem” that we started in class. Make a poem from your 6 rooms.     **This is what we started in class…..You divided your paper into 6 boxes or rooms. Room 1 (think of something amazing, beautiful, interesting and describe it).  Room 2 (think of the same image but now describe the light. Is it bright? Dull? Are there shadows? What colour is it)  Room 3 (focus on the sounds–are there voices? Rustling of leaves? Sound of rain? Silence?) Room 4 (Write any questions you have about the image. What do you wonder?)  Room 5 (write down feelings you have about the same image).  Room 6 (Select one word from your other boxes and repeat it 3 times).


Reminder about DanceFest on June 8th–wear jeans + boys will wear a white shirt and girls will wear a pink shirt. Sunglasses if you like.

Tues. May 30th

  • Track & Field postponed until Thursday
  • Rooftop photo of the whole school tomorrow morning. See comments below from May 29th regarding what to wear
  • No math tonight
  • Reading: 20 minutes
  • Permission form for End of Year trip went home on Monday…bring in as soon as you can 🙂
  • Information about End of Year School BBQ went home as well. It is Tuesday June 6th 4:30 – 6:30
  • Dance Fest school performance June 8th (dress down day as well!)  Gr.3/4-Gr.8 will perform 10:40-11:15 in the gym.

Mon. May 29

  • Math: finish probability worksheet from today if not done
  • Gr.3s: bring in a board game for tomorrow if you can! 🙂
  • Gr.4s: Track & Field tomorrow. Sunscreen is a must!
  • We are missing 1 book called Max Monroe #1. If it’s at home, please bring in
  • Reading: 20 minutes!!
  • Notice: School is having a ‘rooftop photo’ on the 31st…@ 9:45 am.   Early Learning Teams to grades 4/5 need to wear uniform colours (navy/white/khaki)  They will form the N
  • Grades 5/6-7/8 (4 classes) will wear their gym clothes ( Green Nighthawk shirts and navy bottoms).  They will form the S

Wed. May 24

  • Mystery Mobile: good copies 1-8 due Friday
  • French test signed
  • Practice French Play

Friday, May 19

  • Mystery Mobile: good copy of # 1-4 (information neatly printed, and all 4 coloured)
  • Practice for French Play
  • Gr.3s – EQAO starts Tuesday morning. Please be on time and don’t forget a water bottle.
  • Have a fantastic long weekend! 
  • Reminder: please bring in your baby photo (newborn-one year old) in an envelope with your name on it by Wednesday, May 24. Please keep it a secret so our activity can be fun for everyone!

Thursday, May 18 

  • Medieval Times test tomorrow!
  • Practice for French Play
  • Gr. 3s- EQAO practice booklets due tomorrow

Wednesday, May 17

  • Medieval Times test Friday, May 19
  • Practice for French Play
  • Gr. 3s – EQAO reading booklet – complete up to page 9 (all 4 multiple choice questions, both stories and paragraph) by Friday. Please have both booklets back by Friday so we can review.
  • Rough copy of Mystery Mobile if not complete.

Tues. May 16

  • Complete rough copy of Mystery Mobile. Remember full sentences and lots of details
  • Medieval Times test Friday, May 19
  • Practice for French play

Mon. May 15

  • Read 20 minutes
  • Practice French play
  • Practice for social studies presentation
  • Medieval Times test this Friday May 19
  • Grade 3 Parents: A reminder that EQAO testing begins next Tuesday, May 23 and will continue on Wednesday and Thursday. Please have your child at school on time and schedule any appointments for outside those days. The students are busy preparing and we would like to give them the best opportunity to succeed! If you have any questions please send them in.

Fri. May 12

  • Math: 3D shapes, Capacity and Mass quiz on Monday
  • Gr. 3s – Complete EQAO practice booklet
  • Family Life: complete double sided worksheet
  • Happy Mothers Day!! 

Wed. May 10

  • Math: Talk about Mass (weight in grams and kilograms) and Capacity (how much something can hold in millilitres and litres)
  • Book club reading and books due back tomorrow

Tues. May 9

  • Math:    Gr.3s  page 279 #6-10     Gr.4s page 309 #3-7
  • Book club: books need to be handed in on Thursday
  • Gr.4s : Track and field during the day tomorrow- please make sure you have gym clothes
  • If you have your Measurement test at home, please return it to class tomorrow

Mon. May 8

  • Gr.4s High jump tryouts tomorrow – Girls 9 years old at 8am, Boys 9 years old at 3:30pm
  • Book Club tomorrow
  • Persuasive letter good copy due tomorrow.

Tues. May 2

  • Welcome to May!
  • Book Clubs continue to run on Tuesdays and Thursdays

Fri. April 28

  • Persuasive Letter outline due Monday for Mrs. S to look at
  • Book Club Tues.
  • Have a great weekend!

Wed. April 26

  • We are going to see James & the Giant Peach tomorrow
  • Fractions quiz Fri.
  • Book Club #2 tomorrow. Come prepared.

Tues. April 25

  • see below.
  • Fractions quiz Friday

Mon. April 24

  • This Thursday don’t forget: James & the Giant Peach at Jean Vanier. Please ensure your permission form and $5 for bus/entry is in by Wed.
  • Our first book club meeting is tomorrow. Be sure you have ONLY read your assigned chapters or pages and have completed some stop and jots in your Super Sleuth Detective booklet.
  • Math: Grade 3s–EQAO booklet due tomorrow. We will take it up.

Fri. April 21

  • Book Club Tuesday
  • Friday Folders went home today
  • Gr.3 EQAO practice booklet due Tuesday (finish the rest of the questions)

Thurs. April 20

  • Math:finish fractions practice (2 sheets)
  • Writing: Write your Top 3 topics for persuasive writing and some points about each topic in point form or in paragraph form.
  • Reading: 20 mins.

Wed. April 19

  • Gr.3s–see Math comment on April 18th
  • Reading: 20 minutes
  • Opinion homework: finish the worksheet from class today

Tues. April 18

  • Bake Sale tomorrow (25 cents up to $1.00 for items). This is to support the purchase of plants for our Peace Garden
  • Gr.3s: EQAO practice booklet up to the starred page only due Thursday
  • Fiction Book–please return to school tomorrow
  • Reading: 30 minutes

Thurs. April 13

  • Blog: if you didn’t comment, please do so over the weekend
  • Gr.4s: Track and Field tryouts Tuesday. Wear layers as you will be outside.
  • Happy  Easter!

Wed. April 12

  • Math test tomorrow on Measurement. Finish your review booklet on linear measurement and perimeter and area, if it’s not done yet. (As mentioned in class, don’t do question#1 on the last page).
  • Leave a strong blog comment on our class blog. You choose which one you’d like to comment on.
  • Tomorrow is Holy Thursday. We will celebrate in the gym at 1:15

Tues. April 11

  • Math test Thurs.
  • Math review (measurement, perimeter, area)…finish the first 2 full pages by tomorrow
  • Reading 20 minutes

Mon. April 10

  • Math test Thursday (see below)
  • Reading 🙂
  • Next Wed. Eco Team Bake Sale to raise money for planting flowers/plants in our Peace Garden

Fri. April 7

  • Gr.4s–finish your time practice booklet for Monday
  • Gr.3s–finish your textbook questions
  • Math test Thursday on Measurement (perimeter, area, linear measurement, time)

Thurs. April 6

  • Science test tomorrow (rocks & minerals) True and False, Short Answer
  • Gr.4s–Elapsed Time practice sheet

Wed. April 5

  • Science Test Friday
  • Math quiz tomorrow 
  • Gr.4–elapsed time…2 question in notebook.
  • Writing Workshop: deadline for realistic fiction good copy is tomorrow. Please see me if you need a little more time.

Tues. April 4

  • Reading
  • Study analogue time. Quiz on Thurs.
  • Math worksheets “Fifteen Minutes of Pie” Questions 1-6
  • Science test–review your notes
  • Writing Workshop–story due Thursday.  See notes below.

Mon. April 3

  • Reading: 20 minutes
  • Study analogue time (possible quiz Thursday)
  • Keep studying those times tables
  • Writing: you are now on your good copy. You may work a little at home on drawing your pictures or writing the words 
  • Science test Friday (rocks and minerals)

Thurs. March 30

  • Word Study test for all bumped to Monday
  • PD Day tomorrow
  • Reading
  • Friday Folders go home today

Wed. March 29

  • Word Study
  • Math–finish textbook questions
  • Reading
  • Off uniform day tomorrow
  • Science projects are due tomorrow.

Tues. March 28

  • Word Study
  • Reading
  • Off uniform day Thursday

Mon. March 27

  • Word Study (Chantelle, Ava Y, Youssef will begin tomorrow)
  • Science projects are coming along nicely! They are due on Thurs.
  • Math–if not done, please complete the first full page of practice with measurement (cm and mm)
  • Reading: 20 minutes

Fri. March 24

  • If your Realistic Fiction story needs some finishing up, please do so over the weekend
  • a photograph of you for the “About the Author” page–bring in to school as soon as possible (see comment below)
  • Reading! 20 minutes minimum

Thurs. March 23

  • Math test tomorrow
  • Reading: 10 minutes tonight
  • Writing: rough draft due tomorrow. Majority of you should be pretty well finished writing your draft on paper. We will be starting our good copies on Monday. Bring in a picture of yourself (recent) for your About the Author page. Otherwise, you can draw yourself, or Mrs. S can take a picture of you.

Wed. March 22

  • Writing: continue drafting. Rough draft due Friday
  • Do you need to finish up any research for your Science project?
  • Math: finish any incomplete work from today or prior
  • Math Test Friday
  • French concert tomorrow a.m.

Tues. March 21

  • Oops…Wacky Hair Day is tomorrow (Wednesday) not Friday
  • Writing–draft for 10 minutes minimum
  • Math test (multiplication/division) on Friday
  • continue studying your times tables at home whenever you get the chance. I encourage you to buy some flash cards from the dollar store or elsewhere. You can also make your own!

Mon. March 20th  Spring Has Sprung!

  • Math practice   Gr.3  p. 239 #1-4  p. 243 #5,6,7,8
  • Gr.4  p. 259 #9, 10, 12    p. 269  #5,6
  • Wacky Hair Day this Friday
  • Writing Workshop:  draft tonight for 15 minutes

Thurs. Mar. 9

  • Reading…23 minutes!
  • Green/White and/or animal print day tomorrow
  • A friendly reminder to study those times tables…especially those grade 4s!

Wed. March 8

  • Reminder that Friday is Green & White plus Animal Print Day!
  • Math: Grade 3s: Handout called “Equal Groups”. Both sides.
  • Math: Grade 4s: Finish any incomplete worksheets from the week.
  • Math quiz signed please
  • Science research? The final project to be completed at school is due March 31

Tues. March 7

  • Math quiz is tomorrow
  • Reading 20 minutes

Mon. March 6

  • Math: possible quiz tomorrow on multiplying
  • Math homework: finish up handout (Grade3s Division Divisors up to 9). Grade 3s and 4s–finish fact families side of handout.
  • Reading, as always 🙂
  • Gymnastics meet tomorrow

Fri. March 3

  • Science: try to gather some more research on your chosen Famous Rock Formation brochure project. If you can print a few pictures/map, print your research, it will help speed up the process when we are at school.
  • Reading

Thurs. March 2

**next Friday: animal print/wear green Day. Lion King movie in p.m.

  • Word Study (for majority of students)
  • Math worksheet (the side you didn’t complete yesterday. Students who did not complete their homework will need to finish both sides)
  • Mathletics (10 minutes)
  • French concert form
  • Science–finish page from class today

Wed. March 1

  • Today is Ash Wednesday
  • Math sheet (the side with the puzzle only)
  • Word Study
  • French: study
  • Writing Workshop: 10 minutes

Tues. Feb. 28

  • Word Study
  • Writing Workshop: 10 minutes
  • Religion: finish your pancake picture, if not done
  • Read 20 minutes

Mon. Feb. 27

  • French concert–please bring in permission form and entry fee
  • Word Study
  • Math: text book work. Finish your practice questions.

Fri. Feb. 24

  • Math–Finish practice sheets from class today.
  • Friday Folders go home today. Math test should be signed and returned.
  • Shrove Tuesday ($2.00) for pancakes if you wish
  • see comment below about French concert.

Thurs. Feb. 23

  • Hot chocolate + cookie day tomorrow. $2 if you want to buy
  • Math handout (6 multiplication questions)
  • WW-10 minutes drafting
  • Notice went home today for the french concert coming up after March Break. Please take a look.

Wed. Feb.22

  • Writer’s Workshop: work on your story mountain and/or start your lead. How will you start your opening scene of your story?
  • Religion: finish your symbols of the Holy Spirit
  • Read!!

Tues. Feb. 21

  • Swimming tomorrow
  • Math worksheet (3 questions. Show your thinking)
  • Reading
  • Book Fair this week

Fri. Feb. 17

  • Friday Folders went home today
  • Math: finish worksheet if not done
  • Read!!
  • Enjoy Family Day. See you Tuesday

Thurs. Feb. 16

  • Reading: 21 minutes!
  • Math: finish worksheet on multiplying

Wed. Feb. 15

  • Reading: 20 minutes
  • Think about how addition and multiplication are related

Tues. Feb. 14–Happy Valentine’s Day

  • Swimming tomorrow!
  • Reading 20 minutes

Mon. Feb. 13

  • No word study this week
  • Writer’s Workshop: 10 minutes of drafting
  • Swimming on Wednesday
  • Red, Pink, White Day tomorrow
  • Exchanging of Valentine’s cards tomorrow (optional)

Fri. Feb. 10

  • Math test Monday
  • Writer’s Notebook: finish your map
  • Candygrams are being sold again on Monday 50 cents each or 3/$1
  • Swimming next Wednesday
  • Valentine’s Day–students are welcome to bring in Valentine cards for their peers. It will be red, white, and pink day

Thurs. Feb. 9

  • Conferences Tonight
  • Math Test Monday (see note below)
  • Word Study quiz tomorrow
  • Writer’s Notebook–spend 10 minutes working on your map. If your map is fully complete, spend the 10 minutes writing about one of the ‘stories’ that comes through your map.
  • Candygrams for sale tomorrow 50 cents each or 3/$1.00

Wed. Feb. 8

  • Word Study
  • Math test Monday: money, addition, subtraction. Review your practice work and strategies.

Tues. Feb. 7

  • Earbuds (see Feb.3)
  • Math–Grade 3s finish your text work (p. 159 #4,6,8) Grade 4s finish your handout sheet

Mon. Feb. 6

  • French performance tonight 6-8 pm
  • earbuds or headphones
  • Rock collecting–try to bring a rock from home
  • Math–handout sheet with football question on one side and money counting on the other.
  • Word Study

Fri. Feb. 3

  • I’m recommending to bring in some ear buds or headphones to plug into the computers at school. We’ll keep them in a baggie with your child’s name on it and leave them at school.
  • Monday is the French performance 6-8 pm.
  • Try to leave a comment on our recent post about skyping with the author. Be sure to follow the steps to leaving an effective comment which you can find in your agenda 🙂
  • Report card envelope–sign and return

Thurs. Feb.2

  • With mom or dad, ask to count their coins…see if you can find some quarters, nickels, dimes, loonies, toonies…how much do you have altogether?
  • French–continue to practice your play parts

Wed. Feb. 1

  • Try to finish your math text work that you started in class yesterday with Mr. V. Grade 3    p. 157  #4-6   p. 167 # 9 only
  • Grade 4 p. 106 #4,5,9           p. 107 all         p. 109 #4,5,8.  Do the best you can and don’t spend more than about 40 minutes on it. If you need more time, you may have it tomorrow 🙂

Tues. Jan. 31

  • Welcome Gregory!
  • Swimming tomorrow. Bring all necessary items to school.
  • Reading 20 minutes

Mon. Jan. 30

  • No new Word Study for this week
  • Math–subtraction questions (3 but solve in 2 ways)
  • Reading
  • Review your French

Thurs. Jan. 26

  • Word Study test tomorrow. Your homework tonight: Choice! No need to glue in your words (unless you really want to)

Wed. Jan. 25

  • Tubing trip to St. Mary’s is tomorrow. Please read agenda regarding necessary items to bring. A helmet is a must!
  • Dress for the weather–winter clothes and boots, but no scarf.

Tues. Jan. 24

  • Library books
  • Word Study
  • Reading 20 minutes
  • Mathletics 10 minutes + finish your adding worksheets

Mon. Jan. 23

  • Word Study
  • Blog comment if you didn’t do it from last week.
  • Tubing on Thursday
  • Reading

Fri. Jan. 20

  • Share recent blog posts with your family. Write a comment on one of your choice. Remember, if it prompts you for an email address, you can always make one up such as 123@hotmail.com

Thurs. Jan. 19

  • Word Study test tomorrow
  • Review addition strategies learned in class (we’ve learned 4 so far)
  • Reading
  • French practice

Wed. Jan. 18

  • Word Study
  • Social Studies poster project–bring in colour pictures if you wish
  • Reading
  • French practice

Tues. Jan.17

  • Mathletics homework
  • Word Study

Mon. Jan. 16

  • Word Study
  • French–practice your lines for the play
  • Social Studies–you are more than welcome to print colour pictures of your chosen community and include that in your poster project. Research can also be gathered about your community at home, however, all parts of the project are to be completed in class. Plenty of time will be given.

Thurs. Jan. 12

  • PD Day tomorrow!
  • Friday Folders went home today. Please sign and return ‘personal narrative’. Permission forms for Swim to Survive and Tubing should be returned as soon as possible.

Wed. Jan. 11

  • see Jan. 10

Tues. Jan. 10

  • Study for Social Studies test (focus on the regions of Ontario, what is a municipality, who is our mayor? Types of land use, continents, provinces/territories of Canada, oceans)
  • Math: Review ‘rule book’ for 2D Geometry test Thurs. We’ve done a lot of review in class already.
  • Reading 22 min 🙂

Mon. Jan. 9, 2017

  • Welcome back!
  • Math test (2D Geometry) on Thursday
  • Social Studies quiz (all about Ontario, Land use, provinces, territories, continents, oceans) Thurs.
  • Paragraph–finish up from today’s work period

Fri. Dec. 23

  • Merry Christmas! See you Jan. 9

Thurs. Dec. 22

  • No homework!
  • Ornaments went home today.
  • Skating tomorrow. Please bring your skates and warm clothes to wear at the rink. We are at Kinsmen Arena and depart just before lunch time. Lunch is @ 11:30.

Wed. Dec. 21

  • No homework!
  • Red & Green day tomorrow
  • Skating on Friday

Tues. Dec.20

  • Purple & Pink day tomorrow!
  • Gr.7/8 Garage Sale tomorrow. We are scheduled to visit the sale at 9:35am. If you’d like to buy something, bring some toonies, loonies, or quarters.
  • Secret Santa exchange is tomorrow. Be sure to wrap your gift…whether you made the gift or purchased it. Don’t write the person’s name on the top 🙂
  • Class movie is tomorrow afternoon. If you like, bring a pillow/blanket.

Mon. Dec. 19

  • Don’t forget our class Secret Santa exchange is on Wed!!
  • Garage Sale for the Gr.7/8 class is on Wed. If you plan to purchase an item or more…bring some change with you!
  • Math: finish your questions from the text.
  • Reading
  • Skating this Friday

Fri. Dec. 16

  • Reading
  • Friday Folders go home today

Thurs. Dec. 15

  • Word Study quiz tomorrow. Glue your words in today
  • French: review your parts for the play

Wed. Dec. 14

  • Word Study
  • Reading
  • French: study your parts for the play
  • Social Studies: finish your 4 circles activity

Tues. Dec. 13

  • Finish missed math from yesterday (Monday)
  • Try to leave a comment on a recent post from our blog
  • Word Study
  • Read!

Mon. Dec. 12

  • Word Study (our last set for 2016). We will start again in January
  • Math: finish your worksheets from today.
  • Reading: 20 minutes
  • Last week for JOY-FULL socks campaign. Donations due Friday if you are able to donate 🙂

Fri. Dec. 9

  • Reading
  • Green Swiss Chalet order form is due Monday if you haven’t brought it in yet and would like to order.

Thurs. Dec.8

  • Word Study…quiz tomorrow
  • Reading: 20 minutes
  • Mathletics: 10 minutes

Wed. Dec. 7

  • Word Study. Catch up if you’re a day behind.
  • Reading: 20 minutes.

Tues. Dec. 6

  • Christmas Concert tonight at St. George’s Church. Try to be there by 6:15. Show starts at 6:30pm. Feel free to wear a Santa or Elf hat!
  • Word Study

Mon. Dec. 5

  • Math test tomorrow (data, U.P.S., range, mode, etc.)
  • Word Study
  • Mass Friday with our buddies
  • Joy-FULL Socks
  • Reading

Fri. Dec. 2

  • see below for test reminders and JOY-FULL socks donations
  • Have a great weekend!

Thurs. Dec. 1

  • Reminder: Religion test Monday (parts of Mass) & Math test Tues. (data management)
  • Mathletics
  • Word Study test tomorrow
  • JOY-FULL socks–thank you for your donations!

Wed. Nov. 30

  • Religion test Monday (parts of Mass)
  • Math test (data management) Tues.
  • Word Study

Mon. Nov. 28

  • Seussical the Musical tomorrow @ STA. Bring a ‘pocket snack’ to eat while we’re there.
  • Reading: 20 minutes
  • Word Study

Fri. Nov. 25

  • First Sunday of Advent is this Sunday!
  • Reading over the weekend. Enjoy!
  • Permission form for skating went home today in the Friday Folder

Thurs. Nov. 24

  • Dec. 6 is the Christmas Concert for up to Gr.4. We are currently practicing Silent Night in 2 other languages: German & French.
  • Reading: 20 minutes!

Wed. Nov. 23

  • Seussical form–5 more needed
  • Mathletics
  • Review your provinces and territories
  • Read!

Tues. Nov. 22

  • Cookie dough orders are at the office
  • Grammar–please make corrections
  • Gr.3 math p 59 #5
  • Mathletics if time permits
  • A special pink information sheet went home today about the various charities our school is supporting this Christmas season.

Mon. Nov. 21

  • Math quiz tomorrow (problem-solving data management question)
  • Religion–finish anything that is incomplete at this point
  • Math questions from class this morning  Gr.3 p. 55 #4, 5ab  and also p. 60 #1,3,4
  • Grade 4: stem and leaf plot handout, p. 63 #3 only

Thurs. Nov. 17

  • Sugar graph, if not done yet
  • Reading: 25 minutes +
  • Word Study–glue in your words.

Wed. Nov. 16

  • Word Study–Blind Sort
  • Grammar–finish your practice sheets on Nouns & Adjectives
  • Read 🙂

Tues. Nov. 15

  • Field trip tomorrow morning to Museum London
  • Word Study
  • Finish Social Studies mapping work
  • Math: finish pictograph practice

Mon. Nov. 14

  • permission form: Seussical the Musical. No payment needed.
  • Social Studies: find out what the names of our 3 territories are
  • Word Study
  • Religion: if incomplete

Fri. Nov. 11

  • Ask a family member to leave a comment on our Remembrance Day video…What is Peace?
  • Reading!
  • Friday Folders went home…please return Monday
  • Permission form for Seussical the Musical @ STA

Thurs. Nov. 10

  • Word Study–we have our test tomorrow
  • Reading!
  • Parent/Teacher Conferences tonight

Wed. Nov. 9

  • Word Study–blind sort
  • Capitals Review sheet
  • Reading 🙂
  • Cereal box if you haven’t already brought it in yet

Tues. Nov. 8

  • Empty cereal box for Thursday’s math lesson
  • Word Study
  • permission form for our field trip + $4
  • Report Card envelope–return
  • Science test tomorrow

Mon. Nov. 7

  • Religion: finish colouring/gluing in your People Who Help With Mass
  • Bring in an empty cereal box for Thursday
  • Grammar (yellow duotang)-finish Their/There sheet + capitals sheets
  • Word Study
  • permission form for our field trip to Museum London + $4
  • Report Card white envelope–return

Fri. Nov. 4

  • Science test moved to Wed. We will review together on Mon/Tues
  • Reading 20+ minutes
  • Permission form for Museum London trip went home today.
  • Friday Folder-return Monday

Thurs. Nov. 3

  • Word Study-quiz tomorrow. Glue in words tonight and review.
  • Math–test tomorrow on patterning.
  • Science test Monday (forces)

Wed. Nov.2

  • Word Study–Blind Sort
  • Math test Friday–patterning
  • Math: real life pattern due tomorrow (see below)

Tues. Nov. 1

  • New words were introduced today…Word Study Monday/Tuesday due to the PD Day
  • Math test Friday patterning
  • Math homework: review handout sheet you received
  • Math picture (find a real life pattern such as an animal print, wallpaper, patterns you can see in nature, etc.) print it and bring in by Thursday to share with the class. If you don’t have a printer, just describe and draw.

Mon. Oct. 31

  • Happy Halloween!
  • Don’t forget to return the Parent/Teacher Conference form this week

Thurs. Oct. 27

  • Fri. folder went home today
  • Word Study postponed until Mon. Sorry! We ran out of time today!
  • Reading!
  • Bowling in morning at Bowlerama Royale on Dundas. Reading Marathon Monday afternoon. Reminder went home in Fri. Folder. Flashlight needed!

Wed. Oct. 26

  • Math (Gr.4s have 2 handouts mostly dealing with t-charts)
  • Grade 3s:  p. 10 #2,4,5
  • Word Study Quiz is tomorrow (Friday is a PD Day!) Don’t worry about gluing in your words (unless you really want to). We’ll do that tomorrow in school.
  • Dress Down Day tomorrow (and Monday is Black & Orange Day)
  • Drop off Fall Fun Fair items tomorrow morning!

Tues. Oct. 25

  • 2 pairs of pantyhose for our project
  • Fall Fun Fair Thurs.
  • French: picture
  • Word Study
  • Writer’s Workshop: finish cross country entry from today.

Mon. Oct. 24

  • 2 pairs of pantyhose for our project. We are doing our project on Wed.
  • Fall Fun Fair this Thurs!
  • Mathletics $8.00 for those who are outstanding
  • Math text work: Grade 3–p. 9 #3,4,5 and p. 10 #1, 3a                           Grade 4 text work: p. 6 all and p.7 #3, 4a,  5, 6
  • French: picture
  • Word Study–Monday’s homework. See Homework Menu in your duotang.

Fri. Oct. 21

  • 2 pairs of pantyhose (nylons) for a Halloween project next week. Try to bring in by Tuesday
  • QSP due Tuesday
  • Mathletics $8.00 due Tuesday at the latest. There are a handful of people still outstanding.
  • Fall Fun Fair next Thurs.
  • Read: 25 minutes

Thurs. Oct. 20

  • Long ‘e’ quiz tomorrow! If you’re daily homework for this week’s Word Study is incomplete, please do this tonight
  • Crazy hat day tomorrow!
  • Read: 20 mins.

Wed. Oct. 19

  • Word Study: quiz Friday. This is our first week doing word study.  It is a ‘practice week’ where we learn the ins and outs of the program.  Starting next week, each student will be working in groups with students who have similar spelling challenges and strengths. A letter has gone home recently explaining what Word Study is and how it works.
  • Math p. 3,4 if not done
  • French–photos de ma famille
  • Reading!

Tues. Oct.18

  • Crazy Hat Day –Friday
  • Science: Build Day tomorrow for our Egg Drop Experiment. Be sure you have all the materials you wish to use…at school!
  • Math: p. 1 and 2 in your red duotang.
  • Word Study–if you’re not done “The Great 8” homework task from class.

Mon. Oct. 17

  • Materials for Egg Drop experiment. See green duotang for handout
  • French–speech bubble if not done
  • Writing Workshop–finish your entry from today
  • Religion–finish picture, if not done
  • Crazy Hat Day this Friday

Fri. Oct. 14

  • Read this weekend…at least 25 minutes!
  • Mathletics–continue practicing this weekend if you can access a computer

Thurs. Oct. 13

  • Reading, as always!
  • Mass tomorrow 9:30 St. George’s
  • Writing–10 minutes. Continue to add to your ‘old’ entries or add a new one tonight
  • French?

Wed. Oct. 12

  • Reading–20 minutes
  • Mathletics $8 if you haven’t already brought it in
  • Mass on Friday morning. If you have a speaking part, please practice.
  • Math textbook work, if not finished from class.

Tues. Oct. 11

  • Reading
  • Mathletics 10 minutes. Please make sure if you can’t access a computer tonight, that you are able to catch up by the end of the week.
  • Yellow permission form for Hallowe’en Bowling

Fri. Oct. 7

  • Religion notebook–I encourage you to please share your Thanksgiving prayer with your family around the dinner table this weekend 🙂
  • Friday Folder went home today
  • Encourage a family member this weekend to leave a comment on our blog!

Thurs. Oct. 6

  • Reading 22 minutes!
  • QSP envelopes went home today (cookie dough + magazine fundraising)
  • Our Thanksgiving liturgy is tomorrow at 11:10

Wed. Oct. 5

  • Cross Country tomorrow at RMC (Regina Mundi College).
  • Science experiment–just the one about Type of Material. Mrs. Sullivan gave you a marble to use. Please return it tomorrow!
  • Reading 20 minutes
  • Mathletics–remember to bring in your $8.00 by the end of the month 🙂

Tues. Oct. 4

  • Math Test tomorrow (Wed.)
  • Cross Country Meet Thursday (dress according to the weather, bring something to sit on, something quiet to bide your time)
  • Canned Food drive continues
  • Read: 20 min.
  • Mathletics–a parent letter is going home this week, however, students have already started using it at school. There is a minimal fee for the program–the school is paying for the majority of it. To help prepare for our math test tomorrow, I’ve assigned a few ‘tasks’ on the program if they wish to use it to study. Their login information is in the front of the agenda.

Mon. Oct. 3

  • Religion–finish colouring your Thanksgiving prayer picture
  • Math test Wednesday. We’ll review tomorrow in class.
  • Cross Country Meet–Thursday. Dress for the weather. Bring something to sit on.
  • Canned Food Drive begins.
  • Reading: 20 minutes

Fri. Sept. 30

  • Picture Day Monday!! Say cheeeese.
  • Math red duotang–if Mrs. Sullivan put a yellow sticky note inside, please correct your errors
  • Math Test Wed.  It will be all about numbers–rounding, representing numbers, ordering
  • Read 21 minutes +

Thurs. Sept. 29

  • Great job on the Terry Fox Run today! The weather cooperated for us.
  • Grammar: finish your subject/predicate handout if not done.
  • Terry Fox journal–finish up your paragraph
  • Off uniform day tomorrow!
  • Show your parent(s) your rounding quiz (it’s glued into your math notebook)

Wed. Sept. 28

  • Review rounding rules. See blog post for review and your rule book 🙂
  • Terry Fox Run tomorrow afternoon at the school
  • Math text questions (if not done). Gr.3 p. 33 #3-6, 8,9          Gr.4 p. 43 #3, 4bcd, p. 50 #16
  • Read!

Tues. Sept. 27     Terry Fox Run at School is on Thursday at 1:15

  • Science–finish last 2 questions on your own. We will ‘take up’ tomorrow.
  • Read 20 minutes!
  • French quiz tomorrow (review your numbers)

Mon. Sept. 26

  • math worksheets on rounding
  • Read 20 minutes
  • 5 finger prayer (including colouring) if not done
  • French numbers quiz on Wednesday

Thurs. Sept. 22

  • Tomorrow is a PD Day!
  • Friday Folders went home today and an important green sheet that needs attention
  • Terry Fox run is next Thursday. If you have a toonie or a loonie, please consider donating!
  • Read…how long can you do it this time?

Wed. Sept.21

  • Make any necessary corrections in your math duotang
  • Math quiz tomorrow (number sense…what we’ve been learning so far…place value, representing numbers, ordering numbers)
  • Read 20 minutes
  • Music is tomorrow after French. We will meet our new music teacher!

Tues. Sept. 20

  • Tomorrow (Wed.) is our first Cross Country meet at Springbank Park. We will leave shortly after announcements and the Meet will likely begin around 9:40am.
  • Students should wear running shorts and their uniform shirt. They will switch into a green school shirt once they arrive at school.
  • Read 20 minutes

Mon. Sept. 19

  • Mass tomorrow morning at St. George’s 9:30
  • Finish math worksheet practice (ordering numbers)
  • Backpack presentations tomorrow…you know who you are!
  • Read 21 minutes !

Fri. Sept. 16

  • Read 22 minutes…or more!
  • More “Backpack Journal” presentations Monday: Ryerson, Beatrice, Nicole, Chantelle, Luca P.
  • Math if not finished: Grade 3s–p. 27 2-4   Grade 4s–p.31 3-5
  • Friday Folders go home today. Return on Monday.

Sept. 15

  • Read 20 minutes
  • See if you can finish your Connect the Dots tonight! What does the picture reveal?
  • Several of you have your presentations tomorrow (“Backpack Journal” assignment). You know who you are…

Sept. 14

  • See note below for Twister and sidewalk chalk
  • Read 20 minutes
  • Dot Day tomorrow!

Sept. 13

  • Read 20 min.
  • Do you have the game “Twister” at home? What about sidewalk chalk? If you have either of these items, could you bring them in for Thursday?
  • Math–finish any incomplete pages. Most of you are nearly finished.
  • Cross Country practice is tomorrow!

Sept. 12

  • Back to School BBQ (pizza) is on Wed. night 4-5:30
  • Dot Day this Thursday 🙂
  • Read 20 minutes

Sept. 9

  • Read 20 minutes minimum! I think you can do more, though!
  • Friday Folders went home today. Lots of forms will need your parents’ attention such as the Verification Form.
  • Don’t forget: decorate your Writer’s Notebooks. Due Monday 🙂
  • Don’t forget: gym clothes should be at school all week.
  • Have a terrific weekend!

Sept. 8

  • Read 20 minutes
  • Pizza form (blue) went home today
  • Cross Country practice tomorrow outside
  • Decorate Writer’s Notebook cover. Note went home today about this. Due Monday

Sept. 7

  • Agenda $ and parent questionnaire if not brought in yet
  • Read 20 minutes (or more!)
  • Math About Me-if not yet finished

Sept. 6

  • Cross Country gear for tomorrow. M, W, F are our practice days outside
  • Agenda $10 and parent questionnaire (yellow sheet)
  • indoor shoes if not brought in yet
  • 20 minutes reading


4 thoughts on “Homework/Reminders

    1. missb (Post author)

      Hi Stephenie!
      The timeline is due Tuesday. Can you believe tomorrow is Friday already? I hope you’ve had a great week!
      Miss B


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