Here is a periodic table created by 3 grade 7 students, for an independent project!
This week the 4/5 students got together into teams to recreate the Eiffel Tower (La Tour Eiffel) out of craft materials.
Mr O’Donnell’s Media Arts 10 students finished their “Focus in Photography” project. Students chose object of focus and used their photography skills to shoot them. Here are their top photo choices.
The grade 2’s and 3’s illustrated their own representatives of the different organizational levels of ecology. Beginning with a single organism, they researched the types of animals and plants, as well as the abiotic factors that can be found in the same location as their organism.
With the coming of spring, students have taken inspiration from the natural world by creating large scale images of butterflies. Using oil pastels, water colour paints, and techniques working with symmetry our butterflies are slowly coming to life.
In STEM, for part of our Natural Resources and Geology unit, the grade 4 and 5 students have been learning about the Rock Cycle. Students have shared their learning of this important cycle by recreating and describing one part or aspect of the process using 2D stop motion animation techniques.
This was our first field trip to the UBC Golf Academy’s Driving Range and it was a great opportunity to try a new activity and learn new skills. In our P.E. class we have been practicing aiming and swinging in preparation for this field trip to the UBC Golf Academy. We were finally able to […]
Mixing Milk, Oil, and Food Colouring. In this fun experiment, our 4/5 group learned more about mixtures and solutions, notably how different substances can interact with each other.
For review of our Body Systems unit in STEM, students are shown working in partners using outlines of their own bodies to illustrate the inner workings and placement of their internal organs.
LEEP students took to Stanley Park to learn and practice wilderness survival skills. Students worked in teams and practiced creating 3 different forms of shelter using the following materials: 1) Tent 2) Rope and Tarp 3) Nothing but the forest around them The students left the class feeling ready to conquer Mt. Everest. Watch this […]