December 1

Mission Briefing

Hello Agents!

Here are your objectives this week.

Math: We will learn skip counting and multiplication of 7 and 8. Make sure to practice your skip counting.

Science: We will finish our unit on matter start learning about classification.

Language Arts: We will learn how to apply word choice to our writing. We will also continue our mini novel studies.

Social Studies: We will begin learning about the Coast Salish and their way of life.

Bible: Our scripture memory for December is Matthew 1:21.

Art: We will learn about symmetry to create snowflakes and make Christmas decorations.

Spelling: Monday, we will have our test on M4. We will work on spelling list M5 and have a test on Monday, December 9.

Important note: When practicing at home, the SWR program suggests that students sound out the words during the normal course of their day, which reinforces recognition of individual sounds. When combined with knowledge of phonograms and spelling rules, their research finds that this more effective at increasing spelling skills than rote memory by repeatedly writing out the words.

Upcoming Events

  • Dec. 5 Chilliwack Museum Field Trip – We will learn about Christmas traditions in Chilliwack. We are leaving the school at 12 pm and returning at 2:15 pm. If any parents would like to join us, please let me know. We could use the help.
November 24

Mission Briefing

Hello Agents!

Here are your objectives this week.

Math: We will learn skip counting and multiplication of 6 and 7. Make sure to practice your skip counting.

Science: We will continue our experiments with matter and learn about density.

Language Arts: We will finish learning about the organization trait and introduce voice. We will also continue our mini novel studies.

Social Studies: We will continue our project to research and present information on the different regions of Canada.

Bible: Our scripture memory for October is Matthew 6: 9-13.

Art: We will learn to create volume in our painting.

Spelling: Monday, we will have our test on M3. We will work on spelling list M4 and have a test on Monday, November 25.

Important note: When practicing at home, the SWR program suggests that students sound out the words during the normal course of their day, which reinforces recognition of individual sounds. When combined with knowledge of phonograms and spelling rules, their research finds that this more effective at increasing spelling skills than rote memory by repeatedly writing out the words.

Upcoming Events

  • Nov. 5 Food drive begins
  • Nov. 27 Ice Skating Field Trip
November 17

Mission Briefing

Hello Agents!

Here are your objectives this week.

Math: We will learn skip counting and multiplication of 3 and 4. Make sure to practice your skip counting.

Science: We will learn to solve problems by simplifying and coding a solution into an algorithm.

Language Arts: We will learn to use the organization trait in our writing and use the life story homework to make a story of our life. We will also continue our mini novel studies.

Social Studies: We will continue our project to research and present information on the different regions of Canada.

Bible: Our scripture memory for October is Matthew 6: 9-13.

Art: We will learn to paint create volume in our painting.

Spelling: Monday, we will have our test on M2. We will work on spelling list M3 and have a test on Monday, November 25.

Important note: When practicing at home, the SWR program suggests that students sound out the words during the normal course of their day, which reinforces recognition of individual sounds. When combined with knowledge of phonograms and spelling rules, their research finds that this more effective at increasing spelling skills than rote memory by repeatedly writing out the words.

Upcoming Events

  • Nov. 19 Photo Retakes
  • Nov. 20 Western Dress-up
  • Nov. 21 Parent/Teacher Interviews
  • Nov. 22 Knights Day/Hot Lunch
  • Nov. 27 Ice Skating Field Trip
November 13

Ice Skating Field Trip

Hello Parents,

We are going ice skating on November 27, 2019 from 10 am to 11 am. We will leave the school at 9:15 am in order get ready for our time on the ice.

Field trip forms have gone home. If you need to rent skates, the cost is $5.00. Please include payment with the permission slip.

Important: Please send your child with a helmet. Students will not be allowed on the ice without a helmet, and the ice rink does not have enough for our students this year.

Parents are welcome to join us and skate, though we are not able to have siblings join us on the ice. We could use the help tying skates.

November 11

Mission Briefing

Hello Agents!

Here are your objectives this week.

Math: We will learn to count groups of objects by skip counting.

Science: We will learn to solve problems by simplifying and coding a solution into an algorithm.

Language Arts: We will learn to use the organization trait in our writing and use the life story homework to make a story of our life. We will also start our mini novel studies.

Social Studies: We will continue our project to research and present information on the different regions of Canada.

Bible: Our scripture memory for October is Matthew 6: 9-13.

Art: We will learn about value and shading.

Spelling: We will work on spelling list M2 and have a test Monday, November 18 .

Important note: When practicing at home, the SWR program suggests that students sound out the words during the normal course of their day, which reinforces recognition of individual sounds. When combined with knowledge of phonograms and spelling rules, their research finds that this more effective at increasing spelling skills than rote memory by repeatedly writing out the words.

Upcoming Events

  • Nov. 19 Photo Retakes
  • Nov. 20 Western Dress-up
  • Nov. 22 Knights Day/Hot Lunch
November 3

Mission Briefing

Hello Agents!

My daughter Lillian Nora Grace Wolfsen joined our family Friday morning.

I hope to reschedule Parent Teacher interviews soon.

Here are your objectives this week.

Math: We will learn how to do mental math.

Science: We will learn to create algorithms to solve problems by breaking them down into simple steps.

Language Arts: We will learn to use the organization trait in our writing by adding details that show instead of tell what is happening. We will also start our mini novel studies.

Social Studies: We will continue our project to research and present information on the different regions of Canada.

Bible: Our scripture memory for October is Galatians 5:22-23.

Art: We will do a remembrance day art project.

Spelling: We will continue working on our first spelling list this week with M1.

Important note: When practicing at home, the SWR program suggests that students sound out the words during the normal course of their day, which reinforces recognition of individual sounds. When combined with knowledge of phonograms and spelling rules, their research finds that this more effective at increasing spelling skills than rote memory by repeatedly writing out the words.

Upcoming Events

  • November 8 Remembrance day assembly at 2pm
  • November 11 Remembrance day – no school