Today we had a special guest come in to talk about Zones of Regulation. Some of the strategies we learned for staying in the green zone will be particularly helpful during PATs for the Grade 6's. We continued exploring phases of the moon, and constructed our own models using flashlights and wooden balls. One of the phases of the moon is new moon, where the moon is almost not visible. In math, we continued working on ratios and solving word problems with ratios. We need to remember that word problems always get word answers - answers written out in full sentences. We continued researching the Iroquois Confederacy, and we paid careful attention to a page that would help us write references.
Tomorrow is a jersey day in memory of the Humboldt Broncos. Students are welcome to wear any jersey, and we will be thinking about the people that were on the bus and their friends and family.