all the faces that i know that you can do on computer

😀 :3 >:3 >:D -_- XD O_o >XD :T :/ :0 😮 T-T T_T o-o o_o D: D; >:T :L :l 😛 :# :I 🙁 D:<     ^_^  ^-^ <_> :c ;D ;3 >:D (‘_’) ‘o’ 🙂 🙁 O-O :O

If theirs more please let me know ok 😀

The thing’s that I’m learning in Science- all forces acting on structures

Force-is like strength that makes a movement like a push or pull.

Push- its like an object moving forwards from the other object that moving.

Pull- its practically the opposite of a Push.

Weak- an object that dose not have the capability to demand the thing it wants to do.

Strong- having the power to move objects from place to another place.

Hard- Its a solid or firm object

By Airick

Some Websites Your New Grade 6/7 Students Will Like:

1: Go Animate

2: Animoto

3: Prezi

4: Edublogs


6. Office- SWAY

Those are some websites I enjoy using.


JK/SK Helpers

The JK/SK students will require a Grade 5/6 Helper.
This person should be:

– patient
– responsible to stay on task and focus on their job
– committed to this position (ex. please apply only if you intend to come all year)
– able to assist them with placing indoor shoes in bucket, doing zippers up, tying shoes/boots
– willing to help children pack their backpacks and put them on their backs
– ready to ensure children are in the correct bus lines

If you believe that you could learn to do this job, please post a reply that answers the following question:

What skills and experiences do you think you have that would help you to do this job well?

The Next Generation Leahy

Our class went to the Kiwanis Music festival today.  We saw the music by The Next Generation Leahy.  The music festival was awesome.  I had a lot of fun.  He thanked us, and we had to return back to school.  I got to go and it was amazing because they play violin, piano, accordion, and guitar in the band.  We rode in the bus with Mr. Poluk.

Thank you, Ryan

Winter Olympics, 2002

Prior to learning about Growth Mindset theory, there have been so many times in my life that I just felt like giving up on goals that seemed impossible.  Can you think of a time that you stooped down to visit that same dark place?   I truly believe that we’ve all been there once or twice!  What do you do?  How do you respond to these challenges?  Well, for me, it varies.  As I think back, I wonder.  Do I strive to achieve my goals?  Sometimes, I have given up.  Other times, I have kept working away.  Digging down, finding the determination or “grit” to fight harder.  I tried my best.  The end result?  It may, or may not have been a “first place” every time.  But, growth mindset theory has taught me that I have accomplished something greater.  The ultimate win just may be that the final outcome when you try your hardest is that you become better at the skills you are trying to improve.  What are your thoughts on the videos?  What kinds of things were you thinking as you watched the students and athletes?

Things I love:

(translated from Arabic to English using google translate)
انا احب :




4)مادة الرياضيات



7)كرة القدم

8)كرة السلة

9)اللعب بالعاب التلفونات







16)معلمي ومعلمتي

17)الافلام كرتون

18)اللون الزهري

19)اللغة العربية

20)اللغة الانكليزية

21)اللغة الفرنسية

I love:

1) violin

2) reading

3) sports

4) mathematics

5) music

6) my family

7) football

8) basketball.

9) playing telephone games

10) songs

11) school.

12.) rabbits

13) birds

14 friends

15) flowers

16) my mentor and my teacher.

17) cartoon films

18) pink

19) Arabic language

20) English

21) French

Growth Mindset

Grade 5/6 students have been learning to believe that their intelligence and abilities can grow through personal effort.  They are trying to feel motivated to “get smart,” knowing that effort maximizes ability!!


Activity- Share an example of how you have worked on improving your mindset this year. (“I used to think…” and “Now, I think…”)