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Hi Class! A message has been sent to Mars via parachute…really!

What does it say?

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Hi Class! Here is some thought-provoking math related to COVID-19…

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Hi Class!  Yesterday, many food items were discarded unopened, and uneaten:

Rather than turn this into a Math activity to calculate the cost of items thrown away, or a trash sort to see what treasures have been discarded,  have a conversation at home with your food providers and let them know when you aren’t eating something. Leave the stuff you don’t eat at home.

If your lunch comes from the lunch programme and it contains something you do not like, return the item to the office, or offer it to a classmate, or take it home.

 

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Thanks for choosing to wear a mask!

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Hi Class! Where do you spend most of your time?

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Write the first page of a novel set 150 years in the future, with your protagonist (the main character) facing an issue that’s topical today and setting the scene for how it’s all playing out in a century and a half…click here for more information.

Entries must be 300-400 words. November 26, 2020, is the deadline for entries. Click here for detailed rules.

Mr. Bell would be glad to help you out if you need it!

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Hi Class! For some reason, some diners think an elementary school dining room requires unusual dining techniques…why not test them out at home and in restaurants to see if the techniques are correct! Here are today’s lunchtime observations for the people dining in room 200.

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