Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Monday, October 22, 2012

Sceince Probe 5 Salmon

9.1 Renewable Resources
9.2 Salmon

Hudson Bay Company Adventures

Read Chapters 1 - 3
Night reading (Homework) chapters 4 & 5

Science Probe Chapter 8 Quiz


8.1 Earths Natural Resources
8.2 The Impact of Resource Use
8.3 Conserving Resources

Science Probe 5 -Earths Resources

8.1 Earths Natural Resources
8.2 The Impact of Resource Use
8.3 Conserving Resources Quiz

9.1 Renewable Resources
9.2 Salmon
9.3 Forests
9.4 Water
9.5 Design your own experiment
9.6 Renewable Energy Resources
Review
Quiz

10.1 Non Renewable Resources
10.2 Mining Minerals
10.3 Processing Ore to find minerals
10.4 Opening and Closing a Mine
10.6 Explore an Issue
10.7 Fossil Fuels
Review
Quiz

Math

Math Patterns and Algebra
Pages 16 17 18


Thursday, October 18, 2012

Monday, October 15, 2012

Friday, October 12, 2012

Fur Traders - The Bay to The North

Pierre Radisson

Canoes of the Fur Traders

Make a Birch Bark Canoe (paper project)


Math Attributes

Pages 9 10 11


Thursday, October 11, 2012

Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Tuesday, October 9, 2012

Canada A Peoples History The Pathfinders

Canada A Peoples History
The Pathfinders 
Time Span: 1670 To 1850

The Canadian west is opened by the great fur-trading empires of the Hudson's Bay and
Northwest Companies, the native people who were their indispensable allies, and bold explorers and map makers who ventured from the Great Lakes to the Arctic Ocean and long-sought-for Pacific.

Pierre Esprit Radisson defies a governor to take New France's trade far into the continent's interior and later, founds an English trading empire; Pierre Gaultier de Varennes, sieur de la VĂ©rendrye, spends a lifetime searching for the Western Sea and pays dearly for it.

Tough Dene chief Matonabbee leads Samuel Hearne on a monumental trek into the Barren Lands; Alexander Mackenzie's dash to the Pacific makes him one of the most celebrated men of his age. And David Thompson comes to the forbidding shores of Hudson Bay as a 14-year-old apprentice and eventually unlocks the secrets of the West more than any other man.

As the fur trader's day comes to an end, settlers on the prairies and gold miners in British Columbia begin to claim the west for themselves.

Complete Credits for Episode 6 Director: Michelle MĂ©tivier Writer: Gordon Henderson Editor: Mark Solnoky Cinematography: Derek Kennedy Original music: Claude Desjardins and Eric Robertson Featuring: Gordon Tootoosis (Saukamapee), Art Kitching (Samuel Hearne), Geordie Johnson (Daniel Harmon), Shawn Smyth (David Thompson), James Douglas (Sir James Douglas)

Summery found at http://www.cbc.ca/history/EPISODESUM2LE.html 

Math Increasing Sequences


Friday, October 5, 2012

Science Probe 5 Conserving Resources

Read pages 168 -171 of Science Probe 5

Check Your Understanding

Conservation is saving and reusing things. If people decide to fish and only eat one part then throw them away we could run out of fish and many animals need those fish to live.

Vegetables and eggshells are biodegradable. Plastic is not biodegradable.


Math

Jump Math 19/22 Counting 22/29 Preperation for increasing sequences

Daily Language Arts


Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Forts of Canada


Today's Social Studies reading is the Forts of Canada by written by Ann-Maureen Owens & Jane Yealland / illustrated by Don Kilby.

Monday, October 1, 2012

Hudson Bay Company

Watch this Discovery Video about Hudson Bay Company Click Here