Many students in 3RB have taken on the challenge of reading the 2019 Sakura Medal books. Nine students from our class successfully read 5 or more of these books and were able to the voting party.
March 22 was Japanese Culture Day! We had the opportunity to enjoy origami folding, top competitions, dress up, special assemblies, a potluck lunch, and aikido. Grade 3 even created some art to contribute to the celebratory day!
Thank you to the Japanese Department for organizing such a fantastic day.
Last week all of Grade 3 had the opportunity to visit Hamagin Space and Science Center. This field trip was tied in with our inventions unit of IPC.
Enduring Understanding: Inventions are continually change the world.
What are inventions and where do they come from?
Why do people create new inventions?
How have inventions impacted the world?
We are currently learning about multiplication in our maths unit. The 3RB students have been learning to create arrays to help them find the factors of a number. Check out some of their work below!
Recently, musician/singer/songwriter Kathryn Claire visited the Elementary students to lead them in musical numbers and lessons in songwriting. The students enjoyed live music and learning about song writing.
The Grade 3 students had the exciting opportunity to compose a song of their own! Check it out:
For the Elementary Christmas Production this year, Grade 3 performed a short Nativity skit. Storyteller’s used their own words to discuss the Christmas stories, while the angels, shepherds, sheep, kings, and Mary & Joseph brought the story to life.
Their lively and bright performance brought smiles to all! Incredible work, Grade 3!
The three kings, Mary, and Joseph (and the baby Jesus):