Keelia Buchanan
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La soirée multiculturelle
Just a friendly reminder that our Multicultural Night will be Thursday, May 12th at 6:00 pm in the gym. We hope you can join us to learn about the countries that we have been researching over the past three months! Please let me know if you have any questio...
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Tea cups
This Thursday, we will be doing an activity involving tea cups. Students will need to bring in one tea cup to help them complete the activity. If you do not have any tea cups at home, they can been found at Value Village or Dollarama. **The tea cups will be...
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This week students practiced multiples of 8 and multiples of 9. On Monday, they will have a quiz on multiples of 6, 7, 8, and 9. Next week we will begin applying our multiplication facts to learning division. Therefore, students may receive "pop quizzes" fr...
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Welcome Back!
I hope you all had a wonderful and restful Spring Break with your families! At school we will begin to work on our more advanced multiplications and divisions until the end of the month. We currently have an Integrated Arts specialist who will be working wi...
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École Robert Browning and the 8 Fantastiques are hosting the EcoKids Battery Buster Spring Cleaning Contest! From April 1 to 29, 2016, recycle your single-use, household used batteries! Bring your old batteries to Room 18 or the Office. Not only will you he...
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Good morning! It's hard to believe that Spring Break is already upon us! I know students have a busy schedule planned for next week, so there will not be too much homework assigned over the break. I do encourage them to still do home reading and Xtra Math a...
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Multiplication tricks
Here are some mental math strategies that we've learned in class to help us with our multiplication facts: x0 - 0 x Number = 0 x1 - 1 x N = N x2 -  "double" (2 x N = N + N) x3 - "double + N" 3 x N = (N + N) + N x4 - "double double" 3 x 4 = (N+N) + (N+N) **I...
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Good evening! In all of our excitement preparing for the student-led conferences, I forgot to ask to students to write down their multiplication quiz in their agendas. We will have a quiz on multiples of 0, 1, 2, 3, and 4, included two digit times one digit...