As we now know, we will be finishing our school year online.  I want to take a moment to thank all the students who have been upholding their high standards and work ethic over the past several weeks.  To the parents, also a great big thank you!  I know firsthand how challenging it is to work from home and see to it that your children are getting their school work done.  Thankfully, the weather seems to finally be turning springlike and we’re not quite so boxed in.

Monday, May 4th is ‘Star Wars Day’.  This is a dress-up day! And Wednesday, May 6th is ‘Take a Stuffy to School Day’!  Grab your favourite stuffed animal and work with them on school work!  Send a picture of yourself on either of these days to for a chance to be featured on social media!

This week’s schedule:


Math: p.229-p.230, and one assignment

LA: New vocabulary words: average, thimble, thresh, torment, bewildered, document, donation, opinion, disturb, deliberately~ In cursive, write the words and copy the definitions from; reading fluency assessment (Pet Rats)

French: Seesaw Activity to respond to

Science: This week, with the help of their family, students are being challenged to create their own unique stop-motion videos. Check out Leah & Lauren’s stop-motion video they’ve created this week for some inspiration.  

Physical Education: Remember to be participating 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. 


Math: p.231-p.232, and one assignment

LA: Summarize chapter 13 + one example of mood in the chapter

Social Studies: We continue our study of Australia.  Watch video, and write 2 facts about each animal from the video


Math: Test: assignment, then Prodigy assignment

LA: Read chapter 14 and answer questions (Seesaw Activity); Creative Writing ~ Journal entry

Bible: Students will watch a short video called, God’s Story: Peter Preaches.  Please find this assignment in the activity tab, along with instructions of how to respond.  


Math: p.233-p.234, Mathletics

LA: Summarize chapter 14 + one example of mood in the chapter

Music: Stay tuned for Music Minute with Mrs. Wilting


Math: p.235-p.236, Seesaw Activity

LA: Vocabulary Test; Read Chapter 15 + answer the comprehension questions (Seesaw Activity)

Art: Look for an Art Activity with Mrs. Arthurs

Physical Education: Fill out and submit your weekly activity log.

Have a great week!