Kay Bingham Elementary

What we learned at school today:

More Kindergaren Journals

We were in Merrit to help my Papa’s friend move to Penticton.  Mazey

I was at home because I wasn’t feeling good.  Corey

 

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Kindergarten Journal

I wrote this journal entry all by myself.

Wyatt

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Our New Principal – Serenity

Mrs. Bojesen’s class was asked to write what they would do if they were the principal of Kay Bingham Elementary.  This is Serenity’s response.

She looks pretty comfortable in the Pincipal’s desk, don’t you think.

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Kindergarten Journals

novaleen

leila

kaitlyn

Journals are fun and hard.  Sounding out the words is hard.  It’s fun making stuff.  The pictures are so much fun to draw and that’s why they’re fun!

 

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Our Letters to Santa

 

Mrs. Noble/Bojesen’s Grade 2 class, along with their big buddies wrote, illustrated and recorded their letters to Santa.  Use the QR codes to listen to Jaekob and Ethan’s letters.

Jaekob – My favourite part was that I got to record my voice.  My big buddy Aman helped me.

Ethan – My favourite part was that I got to record my voice too.  My big buddy Sheldon recorded me.

 

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Christmas Tree

 

Our Christmas tree has lights and we will put up the ornaments soon.

McKenna – Kindergarten

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Kindergarten Journals

I like the part of me and Emily’s clothes.

Sienna

 

I like how I wrote my words.  My journal is special to me because I like how I draw my pictures.

Emily

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I Am a Shark

I wrote this all by myself.

Jaynus      grade 2

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Kindergarten Journals

I am always in awe of how far our kindergarten students have come at this point in the year.  Not only do they know the alphabet, but they are now able to represent each word in their sentence with the letter/sound with which it begins.

Great work Michael and Jakob

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Class Election

Today I did this work all on my own.  I am proud of it.

 

LANE   grade 3

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