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First, we talked about how people and things move around the planet and around our city. Then, we watched a video about vehicles in the future, such as a rocket ship that carries people to a different country. Next, we drew a picture of a vehicle that doesn't make pollution and wrote the words about how it does not use pollution and how it is good for humans.
Do You Really Need It?
* watched videos about Needs and Wants * wrote all of the things we use that use electricity (oven, microwave, computer) * wrote how much time we use each device/thing for everyday * sorted the devices/things into Needs and Wants * gave up using ONE WANT for a whole day
One Hour No Power
first, we discussed everything that uses power in our homes and what we could do instead of using electricity. then we figured out that we could reach 15 hours of using no power if we spent a little time each day in february doing things that don't use electricity
The Phantom of the Classroom
We talked about what phantom power means and we talked about things in our homes that use power even when they are turned off, like the television or computer monitor. We watched videos that showed power bars and talked about plugging things into the power bar.
Tips and Tricks
First we watched a few videos about How to Save Energy and then we thought of ways that we use energy and how to save it. We thought of 3 ideas to make a Google Slide poster about saving energy. Then we started writing our 3 ideas down and then decorated our Google Slides with pictures, short videos and colours. Then we used the Google Slide poster to teach our families about how to save energy.
First, we did an assignment to figure out how many Litres of water our family uses in one day. Then we made a Google slide of how to save water and how to use less. Then we showed it to our family and told them how we could save water. Then we calculated how much water they used again. Finally we subtracted them with our math skills to see how much water our family saved.
What’s For Lunch?
First we talked about where food comes from and that some food is grown in Canada, but a lot of the food we eat comes from other parts of the world. Then we talked about which foods are grown in Ontario on the Kids Corner website. We thought about which foods we like to eat and which are healthy. Then we designed a recipe with our family using the foods grown in Ontario.
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- RN - 02PD 919465 Springdale PS - What's For Lunch Challenge.pdf
- MH - 02PD 923678 Springdale PS - What's For Lunch Challenge.pdf
- MB - 02PD 891238 Springdale PS - What's For Lunch Challenge.pdf
- KJ - 02PD 960115 Springdale PS - What's For Lunch Challenge.pdf
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- AD - 02PD 948472 Springdale PS - What's For Lunch Challenge.pdf
What’s Old is New Again
First, we gathered materials out of the recycling bin and showed them to the class. Then, we thought of ideas and made things with the recyclables. Then, we sent a photo of our art that we made from the recycled materials. Finally, we shared our art with our classmates. We had a helicopter and car, basketball hoop and ball, a piggy bank, a swimming pool, a pencil case, a drum set, a garage and more.