Exhibition begins…

Exhibition begins…

Exhibition time is here… we started our process since day 1 in Grade 5 and now it is our turn to use and apply everything that has been part of our journey…We are so ready to present who we are as learners, stay tuned…the best is yet to come!

Math is an essential element of our trans-disciplinary units. Learning about statistics and being able to experience, create and apply our learning is helping us to organize, prepare and present important data for our Exhibition!

The best way a mentor can prepare another leader is to expose him or her to other great people.   – John C. Maxwell

During this week we had our first meetings with our mentors. We are excited and thankful for the presence and commitment  of  this group of amazing adults in our journey!

Taking ownership of our Exhibition process, organizing and sharing our ideas and collaborating with all the committees is helping us to truly experience this process. #agency

Sharing and posting updates of our process for our committees is helping us to shape the direction of our Exhibition!

We closed our week with our learning buddies from Grade 2. We applied the story telling tips from Ms. Megan Hicks’ visit during our literacy week. Creating stories combined with origami was a fantastic way to continue developing our literacy skills!

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  • I love how you incorporated what you learned with storyteller, Ms. Megan!

    Early Childhood Team Reply

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