This week has been another action-packed week. Today we had hot dogs for lunch, and wore our pyjamas! This week we released our butterflies and we listened to Mother Goose read a story.
June Activities ~ Students have been busy exploring nature, and learning about the ocean, whales, and other sea creatures this month. We have had two fun and action-packed field trips. Our Painted Lady butterflies are almost ready for release. We have all enjoyed watching the transformation happening in our classrooms.
This week our Liberator Tulips are blooming, and we have been watching each Painted Lady larvae transform into a chrysalis. We made block patterns in a butterfly shape, and we dressed orange in remembrance of the children who attended residential schools. On Friday, we visited the Whale Interpretive Centre at Telegraph Cove.
In Mrs. Wadhams’ class, afternoon center time allows students to play and get creative.
Students and staff at Cheslakees School are excited to announce that all of the salmon eggs have hatched. Our tank now contains Alevin!
Students in both classes have been learning simple coding techniques. This week we have started practicing what we have learned with the Bee Bots.
This is an exciting time at our school as we welcome some salmon eggs from salmon that originated from the Cluxewe River! We will watch the eggs grow into fry before we release them into the Cluxewe River, when they are ready.
Our Kindergarten students are busy preparing for Christmas, and they have been visited by Elves – Happy and Rosie!
Ms. Cook’s/Mrs. Randall’s class built and decorated gingerbread houses this week!