Week #11: Oct. 28th – Nov. 1st

KIDZANIA Field Trip
Thank you to Mr. Joshua and Mr. Tarun for being the parent volunteers on our field trip to KidZania a couple of weeks ago. Students had fun dressing up in different outfits, role-playing, and exploring a variety of jobs. The students’ courteous behaviour throughout the day was a testament to their commitment to citizenship and community.

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Parent-Teacher Conferences

FB85C879-E771-4DDB-A4CE-83B2E801C2F5Sign-up sheets are now posted outside the EY3 classroom. Please check the top of the page to find your child’s class, then choose a time that best suits you. If the available times are difficult for you to come, please send us an email or speak with us in person to arrange an alternative time and/or date for your conference.

 

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Unit #2 – Where We Are in Place and Time: Family Histories

Central Idea: Family history can connect people to the past, present, and the future.

For our next Unit of Inquiry, we will be exploring family histories as well as talking about the past, the present, and the future. We are asking that students bring in a photo of someone (or more than one person) in your family who is not at KIS. Students should be able to explain briefly who is in the photo and how they are related.

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DivaliThis Wednesday 30th October, we will be celebrating Divali. Students are welcome to wear Indian dress if they wish to do so. They may also bring a change of clothes if they don’t wish to wear it for the whole day.

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HalloweenOn Friday 1st November we will be celebrating Halloween. Students are welcome to dress-up in a costume if they wish to do so (and also bring a change of clothes if they don’t wish to wear it for the whole day).

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Loose Parts Play
We are in need of loose parts (https://www.fantasticfunandlearning.com/loose-parts-play-kids.html and would love your help. If you happen to have any of the following items at home, please can your child bring them to school:

  • Bubble wrap
  • Boxes (all sizes)
  • Cardboard scraps
  • Paper rolls
  • Wrapping paper
  • Painters tape
  • Egg carton
  • Ribbon wheel
  • Cereal boxes
  • Reels
  • Empty spice containers
  • Curtain rings
  • Game pieces
  • Sticks
  • Rocks
  • Dried flowers
  • Seeds
  • Pine Cones
  • Wood chips
  • Shells
  • Acorns
  • Feathers
  • Nutmeg
  • Anise stars

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Library/Reading Resources
Students brought home their library folders today.

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Please return all folders on Friday morning.
Thank you.

 

 

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