I think that I should sleep at 10:oo pm.Because I have a lot of energy at 8:00 I can’t sleep.Aryan has a lot of energy too and we play at night. My feet feels like a I have to walk and same as Aryan’s too.My brain thinks about the blue light,my brain thinks about how hard my bed is and my brain thinks about Aryan. I really think I should sleep at 10:00.
My opinion is Neymar jr. Is the best soccer player in the world. My reason is Messi and Ronaldo bumped down and Neymar went to first. My example is Neymar has a lot of skills, Ronaldo is bad now, Messi is bad now. My other opinion is Bale is good too.
I went Agibition for learning plants and animals and some other stuff. The people that attended with me was students and some parent volunteers. We went to the kid zone I made a plant. I went to a Toyota place I played Jenga and a ball game. We went to candy land I got a snow cone. We got to pet a bull. It was AWESOME. I feel AWESOME about it. I think other classes should go.
We have been learning about Malala Yousafzai in class. We are comparing Malala’s country Pakistan and our country Canada.
In both countries we are supposed to have rights. We both have stores. We both have a government. We both have clothing. But we have differences too.
Right now the taliban are terrorists who are in Pakistan trying to take over the country while Canada is a country with no wars that they host. We are allowed to wear our own clothing to school and Malala had to abandon her school uniform to wear her own clothing to hide the fact that she was going to school. The Taliban will punish the teachers and principals for teaching girls if they find out. Most schools were closed but Malala’s wasn’t.
Those are some similarities and differences about Canada and Pakistan. I am grateful to live in Canada.
Pakistan has war. Pakstan signed rights of a child but the Taliban took over. Women can’t go out without a man. Girls started going to school in disguise. The Taliban punished people who kept their schools open. The Taliban are a group of people who come to countries and make rules.
Pakistan and Canada are the same in some ways.
We wear clothes. We have stores. We have people. We have schools. We have houses.
I would rather live in Canada because there is no war.
Students had to make a “group plan”, work together and use problem solving skills to build a Christmas Tree. It could be 2D or 3D but they had to use all of their cups. They learned that the larger the group size the more important it is to communicate and cooperate!
If your last name begins with the letters A-K your child will be performing at the afternoon and evening concert on Wednesday, December 14. Students with last names L-Z will perform on Thursday, December 15th.
You can attend either the afternoon or evening concert to watch your child, but your child will be expected to perform at both performances on their designated day. We have separated students based on numbers, so please attend on the day assigned to you.
Thank you to Nadene (Wyatt’s mom) for giving our class and Ms.DaCosta’s class such an engaging presentation on geology! The PowerPoint presentation, rock and mineral samples, posters and books were great visuals and made it interesting for everyone. Students were super excited to take home their own rock pet kits too!
Our class attended Agribition last week and had a wonderful time! We were all able to see livestock and a live rodeo, farm machinery, learn about plants and agriculture and visit a variety of exhibits!
Mrs.Lekivetz is helping us be our best selves and how to work together as an important member of Team Rogers! Thank you to Mrs.Lekivetz for guest teaching “The Incredible,Flexible You” program that is helping us to be more mindful people.
As a staff we are proud of our school and our student accomplishments. However, we are always striving to make improvements and ensure we are working to support our students and ensure our school is an engaging environment. Below is a link to a brief survey for parents to provide us with information on specific questions related to our learning improvement plan focused on school culture and student engagement. We have surveyed students and staff and now want parent voices as well. This survey will remain open until Friday Nov. 25th. Thanks for your participation.
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This afternoon the Grade 3s were invited to join a presentation from Elder Betty and Calvin Racette to learn about plants from a First Nations perspective.
Both the 2s and 3s were then treated to another special presenter, Sergeant Darren Finkeldey (Noah’s dad) from the Regina Police Service. He shared with us important safety information regarding strangers, described his uniform and purpose for all of his tools, and even gave students an opportunity to try on his bullet proof vest and get handcuffed. Students loved it! Thank you Mr.Finkeldey for visiting us, giving students each a water bottle and books and helping keep our community safe!
This morning students are sharing their travel adventures with us! They have completed travel journals to document their experience.
The creativity of children never ceases to amaze me. Fun was had this afternoon painting Halloween pumpkins. A huge thank you to the parent volunteers who helped make this activity a smashing success!
Last week we said goodbye to Tegen as she embarks on her new adventure in BC. We will miss having her in our classroom and school community, but wish her joy and success in her new community!
Making groups and using our skip counting skills help us to count large collections. Grade 2s are counting collections to 100 (some are doing 100+ to challenge themselves) and Grade 3s are counting collections up to 1000.