Mrs. Muller's Grade Four Class

We are a group of Grade 4 Students from Guelph Ontario Canada. We would love to connect with other students from around the world! Visit our blogs and please leave us questions or comments!

Remembrance Day

Remembrance Day activities give us time to consider many important questions about life and the choices people make.

We read a story called “Faithful Elephants”.  We learned that war not only destroys the lives of humans but also those of animals.  Do you agree with what happened to the zoo animals?

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The Zoo Keeper feeds John poisoned potatoes.

Adding the final touches to our Remembrance Day Wreath

What do you think the elephants on our wreath represent?

Master Corporal Gaudet and the Grade 4 Students.

What was the most important thing you learned from our class discussion with Master Corporal Gaudet?

A sound recording of the final minute before and after WW1 ended.

The End of WW1

We worked with our Grade 1 Buddies to create a slideshow “Peace Is”.  It reminds us of the importance of peace and all the ways we can find peace everyday.

Peace Is

 

 

Our EcoArtists Field Trip

To learn more about the DaVinci Program please visit our student blogs.

A Rainbow to Begin Our Day!

Tall Tree in the Woodlands

Male and Female Mallard Ducks in the Wetlands

Fall Tree

A Woodpecker in the Urban Gardens Habitat

A Squirrel in the Urban Gardens Habitat

 

Sustainable Art in the Woodlands

Leaf Prints

Peace Is

Kylie and Vaidharbhi reading “Peace Is”

We are working on a special Remembrance Day Project with our Grade 1 Buddies!  What is Peace to you?  Leave us a comment!

Making Inferences!

Cruciate rupture surgery was not easy for her…

“Someone please play with me!”

They say a picture is worth a thousand words! What do you think might have happened just before this photo was taken?

Raising Monarchs

A week ago this guy was only a few millimeters long. The larvae grow so quickly!

Watching the monarch emerge from the chrysalis stage.

Releasing our first monarch!

It is an honour to have a moment to feel the monarch’s feet on our fingers!

One of our Monarchs emerged while we were working in our butterfly garden!

Video captured by Bailey

 

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