Ms. Tammy Trevor’s Visit

As you already know, a Canadian teacher, Ms. Tammy Trevor, is visiting us next week.

She’s from Edmonton, Alberta. Have you ever heard of Edmonton before?

Well, it is a city of over 900,000 people in the Canadian province of Alberta.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edmonton
117Avenue [CC BY-SA 3.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0)] From top left, the skyline of downtown Edmonton from the south bank of the North Saskatchewan River, the Rowand House in the Fort Edmonton courtyard at Fort Edmonton Park, the Alberta Legislature Building from the northeast, the Art Gallery of Alberta, Edmonton City Hall and Law Courts from 102A Avenue and 97 Street, a statue of Wayne Gretzky under a pedestrian bridge on the south side of Rogers Place, the High Level Bridge and Dudley B. Menzies Bridge from the north bank, and the Muttart Conservatory from the south, in Edmonton.

Do you want to know more about her town, Edmonton, or her school, Laurier Heights School? Well, you could find out, do some research, so that you can come up with some questions to ask her. Also, questions about the city’s local waterways and water system.

When looking for information about Edmonton, you’ll find out the city is home to North America’s largest mall, West Edmonton Mall.

  • Which is your favorite mall? Why?
  • What would you like a mall to have?

So, let’s see what is special about  West Edmonton Mall.

 

Sports Culture Box Exchange With NYC

Your peers at Mott Hall Charter School in Bronx, NYC were very happy to receive your letters, objects and explanations about sports in Sant Boi, Barcelona and/or Catalonia.

Now you’ll see what they gave us in exchange.

Read carefully and share your insights, a summary of what you read or see, a picture illustrating what they tell you, etc. Remember to sign your contributions.

Hecho con Padlet

Hecho con Padlet

Water in our culture: water balloons wars (Class A)

Hi Global Scholars,

We would like to tell you about a water activity in our culture: water balloons wars.

Children participate by making 2 groups and filling in balloons with water. You need to make a knot on the balloon and then the teams throw balloons to the other team. The team who is less wet wins.

Your friends,