February 9, 2021-
We have moved to google classroom and that's where we will continue with online learning. Everything here will be available if you haven't got the chance to complete the assignments.
I have sent out your student invites to the new classroom so check your chrome book emails!
February 1, 2021
- Divide a large pile of objects (cereal, plastic animals, blocks, etc.) equally into 4 piles to illustrate one-fourth. Recombine the group to divide into other fractions.
- Get out the measuring cups and spoons! Let your child play with them in the bath to experience one-half cup or one-third teaspoon.
- Fold a piece of paper into halves, and then into halves again with your child. Open it up to show the division of fourths.
- Count the rooms in your house and make some fraction facts about them. One-half of the rooms have windows. One-third of them have pillows.
My name is Ms.K
Ms. Kristen Kahmahkotayo. I am from Little Pine First Nation, but reside in Lloydminster. I have been teaching In Onion Lake Cree Nation with Chief Taylor School since I graduated University in 2016. I have two daughters and one son. We a pet fish and a Guinea Pig.