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Mr. Skrobek 3h
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In language, we have been reading The Stranger by Chris Van Allsburg. We have been focussing on the reading comprehension strategy of Asking Questions. Good readers ask questions before, during and after reading in order to gain a better understanding of the story.
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Mr. Skrobek 3h
Good afternoon, today grade 5's worked on Improper and Mixed Number Fractions. Here is a review link: Grade 4's continued to work on Fractions of a Set. Sample Problem: Gather 8-12 items and ask students to determine what fraction of the set is...
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Mr. Skrobek Jan 15
Good evening. Today we continued working on fractions. We looked at fractions of a set of items. Sample Problem: If you have 12 marbles and 4 of them are red, what fraction of the set is red? What fraction of the set is not red?
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Mr. Skrobek Jan 14
Good evening. Today we started our unit on Fractions. Here is a summary of what we worked on in Grade 4 and Grade 5. Grade 4: Grade 5:
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Mr. Skrobek Dec 12
Today students worked on creating double bar graphs. Tomorrow we will work on creating another one. We will also work on reading a double bar graph. Here is a summary link:
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Mr. Skrobek Dec 11
Today we practiced creating stem-and-leaf plots. We also discussed when a stem-and-leaf plot might be useful. Here is the summary link to today's lesson.
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Mrs. A. Salinas Dec 10
THURSDAY is our annual White Elephant Sale! Students, please bring a shopping bag of some sort to help you keep all your items in one place as you shop! All proceeds from our sale go toward charity.
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Georges Vanier Catholic School Dec 7
This would be a great weekend to clean out those closets and basements. You might find some great donations for our White Elephant Sale!! Drop off all donations in the front entrance of the school! Thank you to all!!
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Mr. Skrobek Dec 6
Some more coding today with the afternoon 4s.
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Mr. Skrobek Dec 5
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Please visit to work on coding skills at home.
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Mr. Skrobek Dec 5
This morning, we participated in the . Students used creative problem solving, thinking and logic to work through the Minecraft Hour of Code.
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Mrs. A. Salinas Dec 5
We are collecting new hats, mittens, socks, and scarfs for kids and adults. If you would like to donate any of these items, please bring them in to the school and place the items in the box in the front lobby Deadline for donations is December 17.
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Mrs. A. Salinas Dec 4
We are still in need of "White Elephant" Sale items (and gift wrap). Encourage your children to help out by going through their toy boxes and books shelves and donating gently used items to our annual sale . All proceeds go to charity!
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Mr. Skrobek Dec 3
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Mr. Skrobek Dec 3
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Mr. Skrobek Dec 3
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Mr. Skrobek Dec 3
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Mr. Skrobek Dec 3
Today we worked on elapsed time. We used different strategies to help us calculate the time spent doing activities outside compared to how much time was spent on a computer. I have attached a copy of the problem.
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Mr. Skrobek Nov 30
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We will have a quiz next Friday on "Time" with a focus on: - Measuring Time to the minute - Determining Elapsed Time - Relating Time Units (i.e. 4 min = 240 sec, 2 decades = 20 years) - The 24 hour clock (Grade 5 only)
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Mr. Skrobek Nov 30
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Students are coming home with their math duotangs for the weekend. Please help them complete any unfinished work on Time. Please spend some time reviewing the clock, including key vocabulary ("minutes after", "minutes past", "minutes to").
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