I wish all a very relaxing and enjoyable March Break.
Here is the list of items that are coming up, and students already have on their agendas.
Math Mid Chapter Test Monday 18th Workbook Pages 35-39 already completed please revise
Additional sheets are given for practice measurement perimeter and units meter centimeter, milimeter all through past two weeks, don't forget to have a look at them as well.
Science : Read the copies and make sure your science folder is up to date.
Addiotional practices EQAO and Practice Kit due March 18th as well. Why not challenge yourself and time your performance while answering the EQAO :)
Thursday, 7 March 2013
Quran: Update from Tr. Samia
Alhamdullah, by finishing surat Annaba, we finished memorizing Juzu 30 of the Quran. We are planning to have a party as a celebration of finishing the Juzu. However, before that, I'm planning to test the students on the whole Juzu. This is a good chance for reviewing and improving memorization. This test will be optional and I will select the five best reciters and memorizes, Inshallah. I will start testing the students on March 18 to March 22 iA.
Jazakumuallah Khairan for your cooperation and support,
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Friday, 1 March 2013
Monday Test March 4th on Chapter 5 lessons 1-4, please have a look at the homework pages from this week study book P# 35-38
March 5th Tuesday celebrating Canadian Agriculture Lietarcy Week , we will have a visitor from the organization for each class doing a small presentation and distributing resources for each student. For further info please check the following web site. www.oafe.org
March 7th Field Trip to Fultons Sugar Bush , info and permission slips given to students, please return by Monday. You may chack the place out: www.fultons.ca . We will have a guided tour and small luch served .
March Break 8-17
March 20th Field Trip to Canadian Museum of Nature. There we will have a workshop on out new science unit soil and kids will have hands on activities to enjoy. Also you may chack this from the website http://www.nature.ca/education/mus/ws/wsol_e.cfm
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