January 20

Bake Sale Tomorrow

Bake Sale Tomorrow, January 21

On Tuesday, January 21, Mrs. Goosen & Mrs. Riley’s Grade 5 class will be hosting a bake sale in the school lobby.  The money raised will be used to purchase composting bins for the intermediate classrooms and support the Guatemala missions team. All items will be $1.  Thank you for your support!

January 19

Mission Briefing

Hello Agents!

Here are your objectives this week, which are mostly the same as they would have been last week.

Math: We will practice adding and subtracting up to 1000. Make sure to keep practicing multiplication. Try making skip count lists or flash cards.

Science: We will learn more about the process of classification.

Language Arts: We will start to learn about narrative writing and begin our novel study.

Social Studies: We will learn more about the Coast Salish and their way of life.

Bible: Our scripture memory for January is Psalm 139:13-14.

Art: We will learn to make Coast Salish style art.

Spelling: Monday, we will have our test on M7. This week, we will work on spelling list N1 and have a test on Monday, January 27.

 

Upcoming Events

  • January 20 Full day of school
  • January 24 Knight Day/Hot Lunch, Gymnastics Field Trip
  • January 28 Pajama Day
  • January 31 Report Cards go home, Gymnastics Field Trip
January 12

Mission Briefing

Hello Agents!

Here are your objectives this week.

Math: We will practice adding and subtracting up to 1000. Make sure to keep practicing multiplication. Try making skip count lists or flash cards.

Science: We will learn more about the process of classification.

Language Arts: We will start to learn about narrative writing and begin our novel study.

Social Studies: We will learn more about the Coast Salish and their way of life.

Bible: Our scripture memory for January is Psalm 139:13-14.

Art: We will learn to make Coast Salish style art.

Spelling: Monday, we will have our test on M7. This week, we will work on spelling list N1 and have a test on Monday, December 16.

 

Upcoming Events

  • January 20 Half Day
  • January 24 Knight Day/Hot Lunch, Gymnastics Field Trip
  • January 31 Report Cards go home, Gymnastics Field Trip
January 7

Mission Briefing

Hello Agents!

Here are your objectives this week.

Math: We will practice adding and subtracting up to 1000. Make sure to keep practicing multiplication. Try making skip count lists or flash cards.

Science: We will learn about the process of classification.

Language Arts: We will learn to write with sentence fluency. We will also start learning to read and write reports on novels.

Social Studies: We will learn more about the Coast Salish and their way of life.

Bible: Our scripture memory for January is Psalm 139:13-14.

Art: We will finish colouring our nest image.

Spelling: We will work on spelling list M7 and have a test on Monday, December 16.

Important notes:

  • Gymastics Field Trip – January 24th and January 31st, leaving at 12:30 pm and returning at 2:14 pm.
  • Recorders – Our music class will learn to play the recorder this term, so students need a recorder and a music book. Order forms have gone home, please turn in orders with the students name on it and payment to the office by Monday, January 13.

Upcoming Events

  • January 9 Cozy Casual Day
  • January 10 Knight Day
  • January 10 turn in Field Trip Permission forms for the gymnastics field trip on January 24 and 31.
  • January 13 Recorder orders and payment are due.
December 16

Mission Briefing

Hello Agents,

This our last week of school before Christmas break! We will be reading and writing about Christmas, playing math games, doing some classification in science, and practicing for the Christmas concert. Thank you for all your hard work and bringing in food for those in need.

I hope everyone has fun and enjoys their break!

Important notes:

  • Dec. 16 Intermediate Christmas concert 6:30 pm
  • Dec. 18 Food Drive Ends
  • Dec. 19 Primary Concert 1 pm and early early dismissal around 2 pm
    • Students will wear their uniforms.

 

December 9

Mission Briefing

Hello Agents!

Here are your objectives this week.

Math: We will learn the difference between finding the area of a rectangle and the perimeter. Make sure to practice your skip counting.

Science: We will learn about the process of classification.

Language Arts: We will learn to recognize and use voice in 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 M5. We will work on spelling list M6 and have a test on Monday, December 16.

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. 13 Knight Day
  • Dec. 16 Intermediate Christmas concert 6:30 pm
  • Dec. 18 Food Drive Ends
  • Dec. 19 Primary Concert 1 pm and early early dismissal around 2 pm
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