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Tuesday, 21 October 2014
Today right before lunch we did a mystery number skype with Mrs. Cassidy's grade one and two class in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan. They asked us some good "juicy" questions such as "Is it between 15 and 20?", "Is it less than 10?", and "Is it beside 13?" . In the end they were able to guess our number and we could guess theirs. Unfortunately Ms. L forgot to take a picture while we were playing. I think she was too busy playing along too. :-) Maybe your class would like to play with us too?
Posted by Ms. L and Division 19 at 20:00
Monday, 20 October 2014
|We tried to turn our necks like an owl but we couldn't go nearly as far.|
|We helped build a nest for the owl.|
|This is the nest we build for the owl.|
After we were finished building our nest and learning about owls we headed to the pumpkin field. Each of us picked our own pumpkin to take home.
|In the end we visited a field with pumpkins and got to pick our own.|
When we got back to school we created another padlet wall and shared some of the things we learned. Here's our second padlet of the day.
Posted by Ms. L and Division 19 at 19:38
Thursday, 16 October 2014
A while back we received this message on our blog from a grade one teacher in California. She wants her class to play Mystery Number Skype with us. Take a listen. What do you think? Should we do it?
Posted by Ms. L and Division 19 at 16:21
Tuesday, 14 October 2014
Today after lunch we read with Ms. Wallia's grade three class in their classroom. They were perfect buddies to read with. They are good readers. They were good buddies. They shared their books with us. They were kind and nice. Some of them even read chapter books to us. We shared our books with them too. Next week Ms. Walia's class is going to read with us in our classroom.
Posted by Ms. L and Division 19 at 13:32