• Ontario
  • Elementary

AllenbyPS

Salle207

“Protectons la planète”

  • 6 Challenges Completed
  • 11 Challenges not completed

Community Connections

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Nous avons fait partie d'une session au Zoo de Toronto, grâce à l'organisation: Explore By The Seat of Your Pants, ou nous avons vu et appris beaucoup au sujet des ours polaires. Nous avons appris plusieurs faits aux ours polaires au zoo et dans leur habitat naturel au nord du Canada. Après la session, nous avons recherché - en termes qu'on peut comprendre, qu'est-ce que c'est que le changement climatique et comment c'est relié aux ours polaires. Nous commençons à explorer ce qu'on peut faire chez nous et comment on peut partager ces idées dans notre communauté. En plus, nous soutenons les efforts du Zoo de Toronto car février c'est "Polar Bear Awareness Month". Quels liens authentiques et inspirants pour ces jeunes citoyens. L'art est original et crée délicatement sur Jamboard - un app numérique faisant partie de GoogleForEducation.

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Do You Really Need It?

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(I had fully completed this response but the 'submit' link did not go through, unfortunately). In class, we had an excellent discussion that began with me asking students to each write down as many things they can think of at home that use electricity. We shared ideas and I wrote a master list. From the lists, students were asked to prioritize the 3 items that they deemed essential. Many wrote their iPad and/or laptop and that is a new line of thinking :> Great talk about what is essential. I asked students to select one essential item that they could live without for a day. No two answers were alike.

One Hour No Power

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We are excited for 2pm today because it is ‘One Hour No Power’ for the Toronto DSB. We created stop motion animation in French and made gifs that we tweeted out yesterday. Tomorrow night at 8:30, students are excited to be with family for Earth Hour.

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Story Time

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Après avoir appris quelques idées importantes aux ours polaires (grâce à une présentation par ExploreByTheSeatOfYourPants) au Zoo de Toronto, nous commençons la recherche de qu'est-ce que c'est que le changement climatique. Nous soumettons quelques dessins/bande dessinées qui illustrent nos compréhensions jusqu'à date.

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Video Challenge

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Students learned about sculpture from a virtual art talk with the AGO. Students sculpted an animal or more than one animal. Students made stop-motion animations with the animals. The last step was to make a film with a message relating to climate change (and this CEDC challenge of making a PSA). One group submission here is shared with the school community and with you.

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What’s Old is New Again

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When our school received HEPA filters last week, there was a pile of perfect boxes ready to go out to recycling. I asked if we could have one box per student. Students were asked to transform their box into something eco-friendly.

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A Green-Powered Canada

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Buckle Up

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Get Growing

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How Big Are Your Carbon Feet?

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Limited Edition: Game Time!

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Round and Round it Goes

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Take-Home

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The Phantom of the Classroom

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Tips and Tricks

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Water Works

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What’s For Lunch?

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Energy savings by the numbers

water_works 118,468 Litres of water conserved
hour_no_power 3,273 Hours of no power
take_home 25,944 Items Kept from Landfill