Greetings! June is here! Thank you for all of your hard work toward keeping your children on task and dedicated to their learning amidst this beautiful weather we have been having. I have been truly blessed to see their diligence throughout online learning each and every day. As a way to finish out the school year I will be sending out an invitation to each of your emails for a Zoom call. If your child is able to take part, it will be at 2:00 p.m. on Friday (June 5th). You will receive the invitation through email at 1:55 p.m.
Class, I cannot believe how much time has passed since we were able to be together at school. It has been a very different end to the school year, nonetheless I have enjoyed being able to continue to teach you all and I have loved seeing each of you bring your personality to online learning. You have been such a wonderful class to teach so full of joy and determination. I look forward to seeing how each of you will use your talents for God’s glory.
Watch the video in the Seesaw assignment before completing the pages below.
Pg. 259 – Cross out #1, #3, #6
Pg. 260 – Cross out #2, #3, #4 – In order to complete number one, write the following titles above each coin. Starting from the left: Change the amount to $7.40. Then write $5, Loonie, Quarter, Dime, and Nickel above each category. Cross out the pennies at the end.
Pg. 261 – Cross out the whole page
Pg. 262 – Cross out #1 and #3 – In order to complete number two, change the total to $8.50. Write the following words above the money starting from the left: $5, loonie, quarter, dime, nickel. Cross out the pennies at the end.
Read pages 4-10 from Ice Cream Before the Store in the Assigned Reading collection on www.getepic.com (wcv4314) and answer the questions below in a video for the activity titled Ice Cream Before the Store #1 on Seesaw.
Question #1: What do cows spend their days eating?
Question #2: What is the main ingredient in ice cream?
Question #3: How many pounds of milk can a single cow give a day?
Question #4: Why is the milk quickly put into milk holding tanks?
Write an acrostic poem using the words ICE CREAM. Record yourself reading your poem in a video in the Acrostic Poem – Ice Cream activity on Seesaw. Write your poem very neatly as it will be your penmanship quiz for the week.
Take a picture of your poem and add it to the Penmanship Quiz #5 activity.
Celebrate your school year with a little homemade ice cream activity.
Complete your ice-cream activity page and video yourself singing your favourite French song.
Remember to participate in at least 20 minutes of physical activity every day. You’ll be logging this at the end of the week. If you haven’t submitted last week’s activity log, go back and do that today.
Pg. 263 – Cross out #2,#3, and #4
Pg. 264 – Cross out #4 and #5
Pg. 265 – Cross out the whole page
Pg. 266 – Cross out the whole page
Pg. 267 – Cross out #1, #4 and #5
Complete the Circle the Bills and Coins activity on Seesaw.
Read pages 12-19 in Ice cream before the Store from the Assigned Reading collection on www.getepic.com (wcv4314) and answer the questions below in a video in the activity titled Ice Cream Before the Store #2 on Seesaw.
Question #1: Which main ingredients do they mix together in a big blender?
Question #2: Why is cream a very important ingredient?
Question #3: Why does skim milk make ice cream good for you?
Question #4: Why do they heat up the mix to 161 degrees fahrenheit?
Create 4 questions you’d like to ask someone about ice cream. Question examples: How often do you eat ice cream? What is your favourite kind of ice cream? Do you have a memory of having ice cream while traveling?
After you have written down all of your questions, take a video of yourself interviewing someone asking them those questions. Add your video to the Seesaw activity titled Ice Cream Interview.
If you are able to, print off the following map of the outline of Canada http://allfreeprintable.com/canada-outline-map. If you cannot, use the map to help you draw a rough outline of Canada. Now, research popular ice creams shops around Canada and mark their rough location on the map. You do not need to do an ice cream shop for each province and territory. Make a point on the map of the location of 6-8 ice cream shops around Canada and write the name of the shop beside the dot.
Stay tuned for a story from Mrs. Biech.
Watch the video on multiplication twins in the Seesaw activity.
Pg. 268 – Cross out #1, #2, and #5
Pg. 269 – Cross out the whole page
Pg. 270 – Cross out #1, #4, and #5 – In order to complete number 3, change the amount to $6.65. Starting at the left, write $5, loonie, quarter, dime, and nickel above the money. Cross out the pennies at the end.
Pg. 271 – Cross out #1, #3, #4, and #6
Complete the Multiply by 5 Kahoot quiz. Stay tuned for the code coming Wednesday.
Read pages 20-23 in Ice cream before the Store from the Assigned Reading collection on www.getepic.com (wcv4314) and answer the questions below in the activity titled Ice Cream Before the Store #3 on Seesaw.
Question #1: What is the next step when the mixture is just sweet milk and cream?
Question #2: Why do they add air to the mix?
Question #3: What kind of ice cream goes into a feeder instead of going right into the carton?
Use the following spelling words from list 26 and 27 to write a six sentence story titled either The Best Ice cream Cone or The Worst Ice Cream Cone. Don’t forget to use capital letters and end-marks. Type out your story using the note tool on Seesaw for the activity titled List 26/27.
Spelling words: August, bought, aunt, sugar, ledge, generous.
Complete the Pronouns activity on Seesaw. Watch the video for a review on pronouns before you begin.
Students will watch a short video called, God’s Story: Jesus’ Rescue. Please find this assignment in the activity tab, along with instructions of how to respond.
Watch the video in the Seesaw activity before completing the pages below.
Pg. 272 – Complete the whole page
Pg. 273 – Cross out #1, #2
Pg. 274 – Cross out the whole page
Pg. 275 – Cross out #1, and #3.
Pages 24-29 in Ice cream before the Store from the Assigned Reading collection on www.getepic.com (wcv4314) and answer the questions below in the activity titled Ice Cream Before the Store #4 on Seesaw.
Question #1: What does the filler machine do?
Question #2: What is a spiral hardener and what does it look like?
Question #3: What happens when a batch of ice cream has passed all tests?
Write a 6 sentence poster report on Ice Cream before the Store while giving credit to the author. Watch the video on Seesaw for a reminder on how to write a report while giving credit to the author.
Stay tuned for Music Minute with Mrs. Wilting.
Watch the video in the Seesaw assignment before completing the pages below.
Pg. 276 – Cross out the whole page
Pg. 277 – Cross out #2, and #5
Pg. 278 – Cross out #2 and #3
Pg. 279 – Cross out the whole page
Pg. 280 – Complete the whole page
Watch this video on protagonists and antagonists in stories. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P74SdAxILtY
Find a story from home or from www.getepic.com that has an obvious protagonist and antagonist. Record yourself in the Protagonist/Antagonist activity on Seesaw reading a page from the book that you chose that clearly shows that it has a protagonist and antagonist in it.
Today we will be writing instructions for building a delicious ice-cream cone. We will use the structure: first, next, then, finally. Watch the video on Seesaw to know exactly what to do. You will be writing your instructions beside your ice cream drawings from art and will be presenting your drawings and writing in a video in the activity titled Build a Cone on Seesaw. You must complete the art activity in order to fully complete this assignment.
Stay tuned for a video from Mrs. Arthurs explaining how to draw an ice cream cone in four steps. You will be using this art assignment as part of your writing assignment in Language.
Activity logs are due today. Check your Seesaw Activities.