Today we are reading some fun math-inspired books… Ten on the Sled by Kim Norman illustrated by Liza Woodruff Billions of Bricks by Kurt Cyrus Fun with numbers videos and songs! Counting Skip counting
Today we read a few books about some very adorable little piggies! A Piglet Named Mercy by Kate DiCamillo, illustrated by Chris Van Dusen If You Give a Pig a Pancake by Laura Numeroff Story Sequencing Activity You Can Print Teachers can print the ‘If You Give a Pig a Pancake’ story sequencing activity pages … Continue reading OJCS Storytime – Books About Pigs!
You are going to be starting a project on cities in Ontario. Let’s start by looking at a non-fiction book and learning how to use them for our research. What is non-fiction? Table of Contents? Index? Now how can we search for information about our city on Google. Let’s open up our internet browsers and … Continue reading Ontario Cities Research Workshop With Grade 3
By popular demand, books about cars! Crazy Car Activity Your activity today is that you will be designing your own crazy car. The sky is the limit! Cat car? Pizza car? Duck Truck? Share them with me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will post them up!
Lower Grades Digital Citizenship First, let’s read Unplugged by Steve Antony So how do you use your time? Everyone is going to get a sheet of paper and on one side you are going to write down all of the things you do plugged in (online) and on the other side, all of the things … Continue reading Let’s Get Unplugged
From November 30-Dec 4 the OJCS will be hosting a virtual Scholastic book fair! More details will be coming soon! Stay tuned!
Today we are going to learn about migration by reading three books; Migration by Melvin and Gilda Berger Home at Last – A Song of Migration by April Pulley Sayre, illustrated by Alix Berenzy South by Patrick McDonnell Migration Game – Flocking Together Visit the PBS Kids site to get instructions on playing this physically … Continue reading OJCS Storytime – Learning About Migration
A fake fact is otherwise known as MISINFORMATION… Misinformation is ‘false or inaccurate information, especially that which is deliberately intended to deceive.’ Where do we hear this misinformation? Unfortunately, the online world is absolutely full of it. From youtube videos, to tiktok, Twitter, Facebook, and other social media, people are bombarded with fake facts and … Continue reading The Sad Little Fact – Being a Fact-Finder in the Age of Misinformation
Let’s start our storytime by watching this great video. It will serve as an introduction to our topic. Now on to the books! Today we read: Because by Mo Willems and Amber Ren Meet the Orchestra by Ann Hayes, illustrated by Karmen Thompson If you have extra time and want the full orchestra experience, you … Continue reading OJCS Storytime – What is An Orchestra?