Monday, June 22, 2020

Fathers Day

Fathers Day Writen By. Phallika Seng

2020/21/06 Fathers Day.
On Fathers Day I made some food for my dad like chicken and eggs. We went into my Dads van after that and drove to Surrey to get an inflatable boat at Canadian Tire but when we were there my sister (littlest sister) was sleeping and so I had to stay in the car with my other sister Phallita. Minutes later my sister in the front of the car and trying to open the windows but truns on the alarm of the car I was super mad at her for doing that so I asked her to go and sit in the back when it stopped beeping or honking. After my dad came back with nothing I told him what happened when he was shopping. So then after that when we were going to Walmart both of my sisters slept and I really wanted to go inside of Walmart but I had to stay in the car again and I was sad but I had my dads phone when he left and had the keys for the car if the beeping happened again. After my dad came back with food we went to go to the Buddhist temple to give the food and my dad wanted me to take a video of it so I did and then we headed to tthe gas station to get the gas for the car and we got the the gas station that was close and got gas I helped my dad out the gas in the car and also washed the car. Got mcdonalds and went home and when we were home my mom was also so we watched a movie and then the day was done I went to bed and slept and that was my Fathers day or my dads I don't really know.

Sunday, March 17, 2019

Progressive assessment and evaluation of early children and primary schooling


Tuesday, February 12, 2019

Weekly Reflection 8

Friday February 8                                  Weekly Reflection 
Things we did or learned this week :

 - Continued “ Skills for Success” where students work on math skills at their level then take a small skills quiz to prove they understand the concept. Then they move up to the next harder skill to practice and quiz. For students that can prove they have mastery of grade three level skills ( adding and subtracting to three digits with regrouping ) they can move beyond into multiplying and dividing skills.
  • Played various puzzles and games and used chopsticks to pick up objects for counting collections as a way to celebrate Chinese New Year and build our numeracy skills.
  • Did an All the facts and a How Many Ways, and Which One Doesn't Belong,plus I-pad games for math and coding.
  • We continued with our Literacy routines of Word Work , Journals, and Literacy Centers activities while introducing a new way of organizing our Literacy time , called '' Daily 5 ''. We are practicing increasing our reading stamina ( sitting and reading a book by ourselves for longer and longer while asking ourselves ''Who and What'' to monitor comprehension ).
  • Read the legends of Owl,Bear, and Raven.
  • Our student teacher , Ms. Henderson read us a story,'' The Word Collector'' and we compared that story to ,''The Boy Who Loves Words''. We then chose words to define and hand on our own word line.
  • Practiced and performed a Reader's Theatre to build our fluency skills.
  • Chose to read either a Currents for Kids article or Jenna White Mysterys to practice our comprehension skills.
  • Reviewed vocabulary for Science, watched a video about convection,conduction and radiation.
  • Watched a video about Chinese New Year customs and practied writing keyword notes.
  • Reviews the main parts of culture and read story called,'' Milo and the Mysterious island'' in which mice venture to another culture and how to react to others. We then looked for evidence of culture in the story.
  • Practiced our balance and tumbling skills in gym with our ,'' Parkour /Gymnastics''.
  • Kept researching for our Genius Hour projects.
  • We helped our little buddies celebrate 100 Day with counting 100 objects and grouping them.