The Donatello class in junior kindergarten watched baking soda and vinegar react to blow up a balloon. In this experiment, the class practiced making predictions and wafting to smell.
Ms. Beukman’s science class has been studying force and motion during term two. Students have learned about forces, motion, and friction. This has been a great hands-on way to explore these scientific topics.
The grade five and six class participated in a workshop exploring electricity. They experimented with conductors and insulators of electricity and experienced how electricity can be transformed into sound, light, and magnetism.
The students participated in a program called “the Fur trade challenge”. a card was given with a location and a challenge. Each place that we visited helped us learn about life in the fort, what was being traded and what was being made. there was even a place to pan for gold.
Ms. Simpson’s grade one class made and tried bannock, a traditional dish Canada’s First Nations people used to make over a fire.