Monthly Archives: December 2016

An All Day Math Inquiry. Is it Possible?

Four days ago my grade 5/6 class and I  began a Snowflake Inquiry. Today we let some (more) snowflake  math drive our learning… It snowed today! So I began the morning with the following tweet as “food for thought”: It's … Continue reading

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The Snowflake

A simple snowflake will drive our learning journey through the next eight days until Christmas holidays. Doug Peterson’s blog post “Coding Snowflakes” gave me the inspiration! Feel free to follow along with us. I’ll update this document  with all of the … Continue reading

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12 Gifts 4 Teachers 2016

Last year I shared a favourite lesson, resource or idea every day for the twelve days leadingup to Christmas. The 12 Gifts 4 Teachers 2015 were well received and I enjoyed sharing! So to make it a “tradition”, I present to … Continue reading

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M.A.D 4 Christmas

Our school has a tradition of Christmas giving that has spanned over 20 years. Every single student is involved in the process; the kindergarten to grade 4 students attend a Christmas yard and bake sale hosted by our grade 5 … Continue reading

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