Posted: January 24, 2022
Posted: January 19, 2022
Click on the file below for the assignment on Independent, Dependent Variables and Hypothesis. Due on Friday by 5:00 pm.
Posted: January 11, 2022
Grades 3-8, please check your team page for ideas for PE for indoors on a cold day. For warmer days, get outside as much as possible, skiing, snowshoeing, road hockey, skating, hiking, walking, snowball fight (wear a safety glasses or a hockey helmet with a screen), sliding.....anything to get you moving and fresh air.
Below are the two downloadables for PE. Older students may appreciate the second one more than the BOKS for kids calendar for January. BOKS - Just click on each day of the week and a video for you to follow will play.
Netflex - Click on an image to follow along. You need PowerPoint to access these PE videos/workouts.
Grade 8 Science - Please meet me on Team Page tomorrow at 12:45 to discuss what I have planned for us in Science. Meeting will only be for about 10 minutes to make sure everyone has access to the downloadable textbook and I can get you started on assignments. Each Science class is mandatory and I will be taking attendance.
Posted: November 3, 2021
Hi everyone. I have posted an experiment on our Science Team Page. I would ask that you give it a try and try and follow our inquiry sheets when attempting the experiment. Note your observations, not your inferences. You make work with a friend or a group of friends in your class to complete the experiment. Just have fun with it.
Posted: November 3, 2021
Hello everyone. I had been posting on your team pages but some of you may not be on Teams.
I am hoping this situation does not last much longer but in the meantime, I am asking you to get outside for at least an hour a day for fresh air and exercise. Take your dog for a walk, play tag with your siblings, go for a jog, a walk in the woods, climb some trees, play manhunt with classmates if you are able to get together. Enjoy this beautiful weather. Miss you all and hopefully we will be back together soon. Take care and stay safe.
Posted: June 7, 2020
Hi everyone. I hope you had a great week and got outside for some Vitamin D and fresh air.
Your mission this week, if you choose to accept, is to keep yourself busy outside going for a walk, job, mow the lawn for your parents, go for a bike ride with your friends, swimming and just being happy and healthy.
I have attached this week's STEAM Challenge for any of you that are interested. Your challenge this week is to design and construct a model boat that is sea worthy and resistant to capsizing.
This is your last week of home learning. Make the best of it. You are all going to be missed. It has been an "odd" year to say the least but here's hoping next year we will be long underway to our "New Normal".
7B please be sure to join us for our LAST Team Chat for this year. Remember, I am just an email away if you want to share anything or just want to talk, let me know and I will give you a call.
Have a safe, active and happy summer. Remember to social distance and keep those hands clean and away from your face.
Posted: May 31, 2020
This week your STEAM activity is to bake something from scratch and then eat it, of course.
As you will be eating your new tasty treats, your PE activities are to participate in the second week of the ASDN Virtual Olympics.
Have a great week everyone.
Please see attached document for the STEAM activity. I will continue to post the Virtual Olympics each day on Facebook on the Nelson
Rural Information page.
Posted: May 25, 2020
Please see attached for the activities for Day One of the Virtual Olympics as well as the Scorecard.