Mrs. Mager's class visited the Japanese Cultural Center last week. Many of their discoveries and wonders have emerged through their Japan inspired explorations in the classroom!
Wednesday, October 26, 2016
Mrs. Chapnick is going to be visiting classrooms over the next few weeks to share some recycling tips! Recycling is a huge part of life at SSES...the children take great pride in doing their part to keep recyclables out of the landfills!
Please follow the link below for a great recycling website!
Ms. Milne is taking her Master of Education in Sustainability, Creativity and Innovation from Cape Breton University. She recently wrote a blog post on her experiences with students at SSES experiencing nature. Please follow the link below to read Ms. Milne's reflections, thoughts and observations.
At SSES, we are all learners....children and adults...."Learning is a treasure that will follow its owner everywhere!" ~ Chinese Proverb
Monday, October 17, 2016
Our grade 3 and 4 classes have the opportunity to visit the Japanese Cultural Centre in Winnipeg....experiencing the another culture expands our understanding and appreciation of our world! Room 129 and 132 visited last week...stay tuned for Room 130 and Room 131's blog post after their visit this week!
We learned that the Japanese have 3 alphabets. We made headband type things. They had our names on them in Japanese on them. We wrote it in ink. Then we put on our headband. They had to teach us to bow when meet someone new.
written by Jade
Last week, we made headbands with Japanese writing on it. My favorite part was making origami. We made a piano and a swan. We used colorful paper. The origami was easy and hard at the same time. I learned a Japanese dance. There was clapping, digging and covering your eyes. The music was slow. I also learned how to write my name in Japanese. They wrote our name in Japanese and we could practice writing it. We used fans, pencils and ink. We had to have a bow.
written by Svea
Last week, we went on a field trip to the Japanese Cultural Centre. When we first got there, we talked about the rules and things. They said we have to go into groups of five or four. First, we made origami. We made a piano and a talking bird. The talking bird was cool! I already knew how to make a piano, so that was cool. We all made headbands with Japanese writing on them.
written by Ryan