Monthly Archives: January 2013

Duct Tape Challenge -art tasks

I strongly believe in providing many opportunities for students to revisit and consolidate their learning. Last Friday I provided yet another Duct Tape Challenge for our kindergarten learners. I had noticed from their work that many students drew a 2D … Continue reading

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Duct Tape Challenge

Our students embarked on another inquiry, this time about fasteners. We investigated different types of tape and their specific functions. In this inquiry we addressed the following curriculum expectations: Conducting simple investigations through free exploration, focused exploration, and guided activity, … Continue reading

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Inquiry- Amaryllis

We are using an inquiry approach to learning in our Kindergarten classroom. We listen, provide stimuli to generate discussion and then formulate inquiries. We run individual inquiries as well as small group and whole class inquiries. Here is a summary … Continue reading

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What Can You See?

Ever wonder what other teachers or children see when they look out their windows? Last year my grade three class SKYPED with a class in Alaska. The teacher held up the camera so we could see their backyard. Imagine our … Continue reading

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Happy New Year

Welcome to our Kindergarten class blog. This will be a place for sharing with our families, our community and the world. I will be using this blog to document some of the learning that occurs in our classroom. I will … Continue reading

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