Day 47 - Monday, Nov. 12
Yabba Dabba Doo! It's a four day school week.
We practised our spelling words on the good old-fashioned blackboard before we wrote our test today.
Tomorrow I will post this week's words.
The children truly enjoy coming up front to the board.
And sharing what they know with their peers.
They're pretty good little spellers!
...from our homework this week...
...when we expressed our gratefulness...
...to the men and the women who went overseas...
...to fight for peace...
...and for freedom. I will share more examples later in the week.
This afternoon our Grade Six buddy class came by to visit.
We had fun working together.
Mr. Papineau found it very relaxing in our room.
The children finished colouring the background from their homework.
The grade six "invaders" enter the room in a stealth fashion!
An eager artist.
Yup, those are their school bags on the floor. Looks like they are filled with homework!
Finishing up some older art from October 31st.
This young lady is wondering why there are all boys around! Big grin.
That lad in the white shirt must have played football out on the field at recess time.
The art table.
Mr. Papineau checks in on the math we were doing.
Another lower view of the art table.
Off to a great start.
That's attention to detail.
Cool colour selections.
Off they go!
Another view from our Remembrance Day ceremony.
Just a quick reminder that tomorrow is the deadline to send in your photo orders.
And...Wednesday is the deadline to order discounted tickets to the Ottawa 67's game where our school choir sings the National Anthem a week from this Saturday. In the above photo we are backstage under the arena awaiting the call to head out onto the ice before singing the anthem last year! Have a great evening everyone! Mr. Hamer OCT