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Green Canada Message

Posted by greenm on June 20, 2017 at 10:10 AM Comments comments (0)

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Currie Canada Message

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Mrs. Green's Class- Dance/Drama Update

Posted by greenm on February 20, 2017 at 10:15 PM Comments comments (0)

Hello Parents/Guardians,

I just wanted to let you know that your child will be starting Drama on Tuesday February 21, 2017! 

We will be focusing less on Dance and we will be learning about the elements of Drama until June. 

Have a wonderful day,

Mrs. Nasser

Class 2-1's Dance/Drama Teacher 

Mrs. Currie's Class- Media Literacy

Posted by greenm on January 25, 2017 at 11:35 AM Comments comments (0)

Currie's Class: Media Literacy Update

Hello Parents/Guardians, 

My name is Rachel Nasser and I am the Media Literacy teacher for Mrs. Currie's class. I will be sending home a formal media literacy update soon but for now, I wanted to share with you a type of media that we created as a class in December.  

As a class, we created an electronic picture book using the app, "Book Creator". Each student made a cover page for our book. We voted as a class on which cover page we liked the best. That student's cover page became our class title page for our book. Each student designed a picture book page for our class book and added a sound effect. 

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We hope you will enjoy our online story book! 

Mrs. Nasser & Class 2-2

Helping your child at home.

Posted by greenm on October 26, 2016 at 11:50 AM Comments comments (0)

How to help your child with writing at home:

  • make available a variety of writing tools (i.e., pencils, crayons, chalks, markers, magnetic boards, fancy paper, computeretc.)
  • help your child to listen to the sounds in words to help with the spelling of the words
  • talk with your child about different ideas that he or she could write about, such as school and home activities, pictures, photographs, television programs, special family events, etc.
  • encourage your child to practise printing alphabet letters and number symbols neatly and legibly so they can be read easily
  • write down stories that your child dictates to you and then read them back to help your child to make connections between reading and writing
  • encourage your child to create messages for relatives and friends, such as notes, letters, birthday cards, invitations, thank you notes, e-mails, etc.
  • praise and celebrate your child's writing efforts

How to help your child with word work at home:

  • encourage your child to write
  • encourage your child to read
  • write to your child
  • write alongside your child
  • play word games together
  • play alphabet games together
  • look through newspapers and magazines
  • talk about word endings

How to help your child love reading:

  • select a book that you think your child will enjoy
  • have your child make the selection or choose the book together
  • help your child make a tape recording of themselves reading
  • talk about the illustrations and the important parts of the selection
  • share in the reading by taking turns
  • be a good listener
  • suggest that your child read selections to other family members or to a special friend
  • praise your child's efforts
  • visit the public library frequently

 




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