Today we tried to simulate what a beating heart would look like. Each student had a role and with much patience, we finally did it! We got our heart to beat, and we even did it really fast, like we were running. It was amazing to watch. Unfortunately the video does not work on this site, but I will try and post it on the school website.
In math we completed another ANIE.
The students had Music today to practice for he concert.
After lunch we made pinecone bird feeders. We made them with peanut butter and birdseed. Later, we went outside and hung them in the amongst the trees. It was a great day! I have included some pictures for you!
Reminder to return the envelopes and the permission slips for skating. Concert rehearsal is tomorrow afternoon, and the concert is on Thursday afternoon starting around 12:45. Students should remember to wear a white shirt/blouse and black pants/socks /shoes on Thursday for the concert performance! Thanks!
Bryce making the feeder!
Eleanna, why aren’t you looking at the camera?
Sid, open your eyes so you can see what you are doing! lol
Yashna hard at work!
Look what I made Ms. Kneller!
Oh, I just love all this gooey peanut butter!
Hmmm.. I wonder if Ms. Kneller would notice if I ate some of this peanut butter?
This darn string keeps falling off!
Christine thinks this is a fun project!
This is a huge pine cone! I think Jasmin needs more PB!
Ah, perfection!It looks great Gaelan!
This is going to take forever!!!!!!!
Hmm… First I put on the PB, then I roll the pinecone in the seeds! I think Darrah has got it!
I think Elyssia loves making a mess with all the PB!
Rachel thinks she is done!
Paris has a huge pine cone!
Wow, that is a lot of peanut butter to spread Ms. Kneller!
What is with the funny face Carter?
Cadence waiting patiently for the wild bird seed!
Looking good Sydney!
Keanan, how are you going to get that pinecone to fit into the container of bird seed?
Taleah is ready to get her cone seeded!
Tyler looks like he is having great fun!
Cody is ready for the next step!
Awesome looking class!
Ms. Kneller’s Grade 5 Class ROCKS!