Mrs. Poole

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Posted: April 27, 2020

This week we are focusing on measurement. We suggest that you draw a snake (cut it out) and measure yourself (using string, twine or yarn) and use these to compare with other objects to find something that is longer, shorter or about the same length. You can also measure your snake and your height using non-standard measurement. For example, use your string and see how many shoes long you are. Or how many markers long you are. I will link a video that shows how to measure using non-standard units of measurement. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q8o7n-A0SC0 Be creative and have fun! 

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Posted: April 27, 2020

If you want to play Snakes and Ladders but don't have the game board you can make your own like Mrs. Sullivan-Goguen. I will share a picture of her game board. Ms. Moar created one on her driveway that was a lot of fun as well. Here is the link :) http://nelsonrural.nbed.nb.ca/ms-moar/video/snakes-ladders-fun-numbers Have fun!

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Posted: April 27, 2020

Quinn has been having so much fun at home with her family. Thank you for sharing!

Posted: April 27, 2020

I have sent emails regarding login and usernames and passwords for each child. If I didn't reach you via email that is because I don't have your email yet. Please email me at chantal.poole@nbed.nb.ca and I will get back to you with your child's information as soon as possible :)

Posted: April 27, 2020

Reid celebrated his birthday yesterday. He had a great day with lots of special surprises from his family and friends. Happy Birthday! Have fun being 7 Reid!

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Posted: April 27, 2020

Introduction to Nonstandard Measurement for Kids: Using Paper Clips

Watch this short video to learn how to measure using nonstandard units :)

Posted: April 27, 2020

This week we are focusing on measurement. We suggest that you draw a snake (cut it out) and measure yourself (using string, twine or yarn) and use these to compare with other objects to find something that is longer, shorter or about the same length. You can also measure your snake and your height using non-standard measurement. For example, use your string and see how many shoes long you are. Or how many markers long you are. I will link a video that shows how to measure using non-standard units of measurement. Be creative and have fun! 

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Posted: April 24, 2020

Scholastic Learn at Home

LOVE. LOVE. LOVE this link! The stories are great and there are fun acivities related to each book. I think the children will love exploring this site. :)

Posted: April 24, 2020

Pearson Math

I am loving this site! Great stories that help children develop math skills.

Posted: April 23, 2020

Celebrate the Earth on Starfall

This link takes you to Starfall where you'll be able to help clean up the forest for the animals. Have fun!

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