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Class Links

La Francais – Classroom words 

What the World Eats 

Where We Are In Place And Time – Peer Assessment 

Where We Are In Place And Time – Self Assessment 


What would happen if there was no moon? 

What would earth be like if volcanoes didn’t exist?

Journey to a bat cave

La Francais prepositions 1

La Francais prepositons – 2

Leah Dorion Official Website

French Numbers to 100 

Food Web and it’s Function

Importance of Wetlands and Water

Indigenous Led Conversation

Canada’s Wetland Connects Us All

Regions of Canada

La Francais – Counting numbers 

Climate for Kids


Sketchnoting 1

Sketchnoting 2

Sketchnoting 3




Last Year’s Links: 

Vampire Energy

Phantom Power

Cutting Phantom Power

Ecological Footprint Calculator

WWF Environmental Calculator

Student Survey

Volunteer Padlet Page

Equivalent Fractions 1 

Equivalent Fractions 2 

French Animal Adjectives

Brains On


The Noun Project 

French Animals 

Be Brave Hitman Dance 

PODCAST brainson

PODCAST tumble

CBC Olympics 

The Science Behind Crystals 

Locomotor & Non-locomotor Movements

Exploring Multiplication Strategies

French clothing 1

French clothing 2

French clothing 3

Hey Little Ant and I Wanna Iguana

Subaru Ad

Volkswagon Ad

HWEO Post Unit Survey

Code Activities

HWEO Survey

La Francais – Classroom words 

Grade 5 Vaccinations

What is Chemistry?

Study Jam – Solids, Liquids, Gases

La Francais – Classroom Ojbects – Video 1 

5C Goal setting survey

La Francais – Colours – Video 1

La Francais – Colours – Video 2

La Francais – Colours – Video 3

Similes 1 

Wetlands for Kids 

What is a Wetland? 

What does a Wetland offer? 






  1. By: Khadijah on October 16, 2014 at 9:55 pm      Reply

    I am trying to read about the class assignment but no update yet.. Am I supposed to check your blog ?? I would like to know what are they learning about each month if possible ,
    Thank you

    • By: Narelle Blythe on October 23, 2014 at 2:29 am      Reply

      Our class computer hasn’t been working very well so our blog has suffered. We’ll be adding information more regularly now. You can check which unit of inquiry we are up to by clicking on the tab at the top of the page. Thanks for checking out our blog.
      Miss Blythe

  2. By: Melissa on November 18, 2016 at 2:52 pm      Reply

    I love your photos! The unique detail in both the leaves and felt tip is astonishing! You have a great eye for detail. I bet you would see something like this in a art gallery. I would like to get a copy of the felt tip for our basement.
    The close up of the leave picture, I wonder if each leave on that plant or flower is unique or the same? Do they have similar characteristics? Like brothers and sisters do or is each leave its own?

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