Our first Alien In Line Session includes some important safety instructions and equipment information:
This class is full of good listeners!
This is my failed attempt at a panoramic shot to get everyone in… I’ll try again tomorrow.
The following pics are from our trip to the Junior Campus. Wow! They did a great job of welcoming us! Popcorn, circus-stations, ice cream… fun!
Our Sea of Orange
A new piece of artwork.
Hole in One?
Photo by Lisa Joy
Photo by Lisa Joy
Finally, the following is a link to the WeVideo presented to the grade fours at their Farewell Assembly. Enjoy!
This was so much fun. 4Wo was invited to spend a bit of time learning how to drum (Thanks, Mrs. Holoboff!). Our facilitator was fantastic; teaching us about leaving ‘space’ for one another in our circle, letting loose a little (or a lot) and hammering out some dramatic beats. This, we agreed, was a banging good time!
Say hello to a few of our reading buddies. We do our best to meet with our buddies once a week to read, play games, and most importantly – be leaders! The students in 4Wo love their buddies, and I know their buddies love them back. Being a positive and patient role model is a valuable lesson!
I thought the mild weather was giving our snowmen some grief. Turns out – Mason is a much bigger problem for them. Warning – a snowman may have been harmed in the making of this video…
The weather in Alberta is interesting, to say the least.
When we came to school it was about -22 with the windchill. This afternoon is warmed up to -9! We strapped on our snowshoes and got to work playing Noodle-Tag. It’s supposed to get chilly again this evening – so we made the most of this small moment of favorable weather!
I caught this one.
Check out Marley – she came for a visit at the end of our game. Jordon is her proud owner.
The snow chair.