Click on the link below to see what the Grade 3 class is wondering about!
We are learning about countries from all over the world. It is fun to learn about different cultures, structures, languages, landscapes, festivals, customs, traditions, food and clothes. This is what makes our world such an amazing place to live in! Each student is going to research about a country they would like to learn more about and create a powerful PowerPoint presentation. Grade 3 class get ready for the AMAZING COUNTRY CHALLENGE! I can hardly wait to get started and learn along with you. Ready….Set…..learn….!
We are amazing super heroes when it comes to writing. We are using Storybird and our amazing imaginations to create stories that will blow your socks off! It is so fun to write and read other peoples stories so lets get started! Click on the link below!
Have you ever wondered how a game you play on the computer was made? How do they do all the cool animation and moves on the screen?
We are going to learn to code with Elsa and Anna. It is so great to play games on the computer and i pads. Wow! Think of the work the programers have to do to create each game. They get to be creative and make up games from scratch. We are going to learn about code and how computer games are made. I can hardly wait!
After you watch the video below click on the link to get started! This is going to be amazing!
The first fireworks were probably made in China, around 2,000 years ago. Chinese crackers, as they are known, are still used in China today to celebrate weddings, births and religious festivals – and to scare away evil spirits!
Fireworks were used for centuries in ancient Indian and Thai religious ceremonies. Some of the rockets were 8-10 feet long and were attached to bamboo sticks that were 40 feet high.
The first recorded fireworks in England were at the wedding of King Henry VII in 1486. They gained popularity during the reign of Henry VIII and by Elizabethan times (1558-1603) there was a fireworks master.
We are learning about firework facts. You can add some cool facts that you have learned in the comment space for this post!