Monthly Archives: November 2017

How the three levels of government work together.

http://www.cbc.ca/archives/categories/environment/extreme-weather/red-river-rising-manitoba-floods/snowy-winter-dangerous-thaw.h

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Who do you think stole the Queen’s tarts?

After you have voted, add a comment and tell us why you think it was that person.  Use your own knowledge and the ideas from the book.  Convince us that they are the guilty party.

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The Mysteries of Harris Burdick

We have been reading a number of mysteries in our classroom to practise the skill of inferring.  One of the texts we used is The Mysteries of Harris Burdick by Chris Van Allsburg.   Check out a website about this book by clicking on the link below.

 www.houghtonmifflinbooks.com/features/harrisburdick/

Here is the author’s own website:

http://www.chrisvanallsburg.com/flash.html

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Federal, Provincial and Municipal Government Services

Click on Launch the Game to review the services provided by the federal, provincial and municipal governments.

http://www.parl.gc.ca/About/Parliament/SenatorEugeneForsey/touchpoints/index-e.html

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Area and Perimeter of Rectangles Games

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http://www.mathplayground.com/area_perimeter.html

https://www.mathplayground.com/PartyDesigner/index.html

 

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Area and Perimeter Anchor Charts – click on the picture to enlarge it

 

 

 

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Who do you think stole the rare comic book collection?

After you have voted, add a comment and tell us why you think it was that person.  Use your own knowledge and the ideas from the picture.  Convince us that they are the guilty party.


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Mr. Inside-Out’s Challenge Question

  “I heard some of you are stumped by my challenge question, so here are some hints to help you.”

    Good luck!

 

For each phrase think of a two-word rhyme.  For example, a “dance for hogs” is a “pig jig.”

A. a crafty two-winged insect      ______ fly

B. an extra seat                                  ______ chair

C. a huge vessel                               large  ______

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Using Grids to Find Area and Perimeter

 

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Here are two websites to practise finding perimeter and area.

Geoboard:

http://nlvm.usu.edu/en/nav/frames_asid_125_g_1_t_4.html?open=activities&from=category_g_1_t_4.html

Grid:

http://shodor.org/interactivate-java/activities/ShapeExplorer/

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Where in the world is Mr. Stephens?

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