ONIVA EPISODES 2016

Course outline Quoi de neuf? The objective of this Math challenge is for groups to use their knowledge of order of operations and a combination of four fours to create all the numbers from 1 to How are living things different from non-living things? Students were so excited! Here students created a math song in French and in English to review multiplication and division concepts. Step 2 Students practiced techniques of shading and drawing with pastel colours.

And last week, Olivier came for a surprise visit to our classroom. Students created a small poster to demonstrate these differences as well as explored the cell theory. Students were so excited! The only thing was that the game had to be in French and it had to relate to the theme of leap years that revolves around math, science and history. Develop and refine ideas, processes, and technical skills in art to improve the quality of artistic creations. Students needed to think critically to answer the question: What are some characteristics of living and non-living things? Meeting Olivier from oniva!

It’s time we return the gift of play to this generation. On an index card, students wrote down things they noticed, wondered and learnt as they looked through the books.

Meeting Olivier from oniva!

Develop and refine ideas, processes, and technical skills in art to improve the quality of artistic creations. Grades joined in, too! What are some characteristics of living and non-living things?

Genius hour Blog Students’ projects. Here students created a math song in French and in English to review multiplication and division concepts. Lait Magique Gummy bear experiment.

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In his TEDx lecture, Peter Gray clearly argues the case that today’s kids do not grow up playing and this has negatively impacted them in many ways. Step 2 Students practiced techniques of shading and drawing with pastel colours. Students were so excited!

Here students were asked introduction questions to find out what they already know about geometry. How are 20166 things different from non-living things? To introduce our unit on Body Systems, students first explored the differences between living and non-living things.

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And last onjva, Olivier came for a surprise visit to our onivz. Numbers can be represented in many forms and reflect different relationships. Presentation of our learning! Halloween folk sculptures Fibonacci Art. Here students used the vocabulary and grammar we studied in class to build their sentences.

They needed to design their own game, rules and questions. Students created a small poster to demonstrate these differences as well as explored the cell theory. Step 3 Each student selected a page from the picture book and created a zoomed image in order to appreciate the detail and create a different point of view.

Students needed to think critically to answer the question: The objective of this Math challenge is for groups to use their knowledge of order of operations and a combination of four fours to create all the numbers from 1 to Fibonacci project Tiny house project Triangle logo design.

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Course outline Quoi de neuf?

Grade 6 students on Oniva, a French television show

Finally, in groups, students shared what they noticed and were given one class period to episdes a group poster about cells. Here students learnt about Rangoli art from India and Mandala art from Tibet.

Here students learnt about print making and multimedia design. Here students and their buddies looked for naturally shaped hearts in the forest for Valentine’s Day.

Develop, construct, and apply mathematical, scientific and historical understanding through play, inquiry, and problem solving. Meeting Olivier from oniva! Les aventures de Z le chien. Devoirs Games to practice French Cartes de Ziggy. WHat my snowman did at night The only thing was that the game had to be in French and it had to relate to the theme of leap years that revolves around math, science and history.

Out theme this term is learning about different cultures. Later, in groups, students worked together and selected which art piece they wanted to reproduce outside with chalk. Here were some of the questions: