Today in this blog we’ll be talking about what the 4th, 5th, and 6th year students are doing this week. The 4th, 5th, and 6th year students have been hard at work doing their math, language, and culture. They have been also working very hard on their science and history.
The 6th year students have been working on their information book for writer’s workshop. The 5th year students have been working on their literary essays, and so are the 4th year students. The 4th, 5th, and the 6th year students have been working really hard of their writer’s workshop.
On Wednesday all students had collaborative science, where we talked about the speed in the movement of the North Magnetic Pole. We watched an 8-minute video which showed the movement of the North Magnetic Pole, and what might happen if it keeps moving. We also had to make a compass, and we drew letters by only using compass directions.
This week we’re showing our teachers the conference lessons we will be doing for our parents next week. Many students have done some of the work and some others haven’t, but that’s fine for now. The goal is to finish this week so we’re ready for the conferences next week.
Well, now you know the majority of work we did this week. Thank you for staying in tune with these amazing blogs that were written by students. This blog was made by Braden Leiner and I’m signing off for now. Bye!