Yesterday we launched our new science unit, “Structures of Life.” Grade 3 students turned into scientists exploring different fruits, gathering seeds from those fruits, and sorting them by their properties. Some of the fruits, such as the kiwi or the … Continue reading
What are Literature Circles? Literature Circles are structures for small groups of students to gather together to discuss a book they are reading. The discussion is guided by students’ responses about what they have read. Each student has a different … Continue reading
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Last Friday we wrapped up our poetry unit by having all the third graders reading their favourite poem to other students in small groups. Their job was to listen and vote for the best 2 poems of their group. … Continue reading
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In our social studies unit we have been learning about wants and needs, good and services and producers and consumers. We talked about trading and bartering and students realised that many products they have here, have been imported from other … Continue reading
On April 19th, from 9:50 am till 12:30 pm, grade three students will have their Chinese field trip to Shenzhen Dashahe Park. They need to bring a snack and their lunch with them. We may have to postpone or cancel the field trip if it rains.
The last few days, 3A students have been working on fraction number stories. They created their own fraction number stories and they also explained how to solve them using an app called “Educreations.” These will be posted in our … Continue reading
Tomorrow is ” Out of the Ordinary Day” at S.I.S.
Please click the link below to see what STUCO has done to show you what is this day about.
On Monday we launched our poetry unit. The focus this week was to write free verse poems and 3A students did an amazing job creating their poems. Learners were exposed to a variety of mentor texts that … Continue reading