Temple Treasures

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We have been learning about King Solomon and all his wisdom wealth.  As a hands on way to learn about the construction of the temple, the class was able to

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Each Day

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I am learning what a beautiful thing it is to teach, interact with, and “live life” with the students.  As I do, a whole range of emotions usually results. Like

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Heavy Laden

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“Mrs. Snoek, did you cut a tree down on your day off?” asked a student as she saw me walk in to school carrying a stump. “Why is there a

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One Liners

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One of the things I love about teaching grades 1 and 2 is that when things start getting serious…. the students have a way of reminding me not to bother.

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City Hall

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We have recently started a new social studies unit about our local community.  To help the students better understand the idea of citizens and local leadership, we took a field

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Fulfillment

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We have been enjoying learning about the life and times of Moses in Bible class.  This week we talked about the ten plagues and about the Passover. Yesterday we were

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We Remember

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Today, after much preparation, conversation, and thought processing, our class was honoured to lead the Remembrance Day assembly.  I was very pleased with the respect our class, and the entire

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A Walk in the Park

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This week we wrapped up our mapping unit with a mapping walk.  The students were put in small groups and given a map from school to a mystery location in

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Outside Learning

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This past week our class had the joy of taking a field trip to a local conservation area to  practice our mapping skills.  We have learned about and practiced directions,

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Public Speaking 101

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Today was the launch of our show and tell.  Our theme this month is “Map.” The students did a great job of showing creativity and being well-prepared.

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