English -

 This month we will finish working on persuasive writing and techniques. We will also work on the ideas included in our writing, specifically:  idea bulking in our writing.

   French -

 French book report will be due the last day of the month (March 29th). This month we will also be working on finalizing our    Concours d'Art Oratoire speeches; {The top two students will present in the Gym on March 14th}. We will be working on how to revise our own texts in french ; different apps and technology that we can use to self edit.

   Social studies -

 We will start a unit analyzing the historic and contemporary relationship of people to land in Canada along with Canada's     relationship with countries bordering the Atlantic Coast and the impact on the lives of people living in said countries.

   Science -

   We will continue our unit on the solar system and do a final observation project of the moon and it's different faces.

   Math -
This month we will start Unit 4- continue working on Angles and Polygons.

In this unit, your child will:

·         Identify, describe, and classify angles.

·         Measure, name, and construct angles using informal methods.

·         Estimate, measure, draw, and label angles using a protractor.

·         Make and apply generalizations about the sum of the angles in triangles
and quadrilaterals.

Geometry is an important part of a student’s mathematical experience. Geometry provides students with a strong link between the mathematics they learn in the classroom and the real world. People with a deep understanding of geometry and good spatial sense will be able to describe the world around them and appreciate the geometry found in art, nature, and architecture.

Here are some suggestions for activities you can do at home with your child.

·         Have your child give examples of various types of angles.
Have them check their angles using the corner of a square or rectangle.

·         Look for shapes and objects, and estimate the sizes of the angles that you
see. Use 45
°, 90°, 180°, and 360° as reference angles to make more refined estimates.

·         Go on an angle hunt. Look for objects with angles that are less than 90°, 90°, between 90° and 180°, 180°, and between 180° and 360°.

    Art -
  We will be starting our unit on colors and contrast in visual art.


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