Christmas is slowly approaching. Because we are caring, our thoughts turn to the less fortunate as we launch the project “ A light for Christmas ”.
Students will combine their skills to make bedside lamps and donate the benefits from their sale to a charity .
From electricity in physics to working on argumentation in French with Claire through 3D computer drawing in design with Amy, this project will be multidisciplinary because we too, teachers, like to collaborate.

“Alone we go faster, together we go further”!

While waiting for our creators to show you their achievements and present the non-profit organization they have chosen, light on the workshops of the living:

This pre-winter period sees the release of the snails: a great opportunity to discuss the rules of observation drawing with the 1st, 2nd and 3rd graders. It’s not easy not to give in to the temptation of a rainbow shell! Especially since our dynamic subject keeps moving!
The snail is a gastropod but also a mollusk.
How to classify animals? ask the 4th and 5th graders.
By diet? By habitat? By groupings of visible attributes? (Feathers, hair …)
Here we are, immersed in systematics, science of classifications!
(We also don’t forget our insect hotel project for which we are still collecting materials, especially wine bottle crates).
Sandra B.