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Our PYPxers are making great progress as they probe further into their respective lines of inquiry and showcase their findings and learnings in various ways. They are currently working on completing written pieces that showcase evidence of their understanding of their lines of inquiry.  We 
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Our Kindergarten class went on a very fun and exciting field trip to the Ontario Science Center to explore their Bug Lab. This was our provocation into our next IB inquiry into bugs. The children were amazed with all the life size bugs as we 
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Learning happens when children are engaged.Learning happens when children have adaptable spaces.Learning happens when their ideas are valued.Learning happens when they have time to discuss and reflect.Learning  happens when they can use all their senses. Imagine yourself, as a Grade 4 student.  Many of us 
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Mental Wellness Throughout our days we are lucky enough to witness many very beautiful moments with the children.  This week there was an air of excitement as the children talked about their love for our classroom teddy, and how they could care for him.  He 
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Here at Richland Academy, we are open minded. “We critically appreciate our own cultures and personal histories, as well as the values and traditions of others. We seek and evaluate a range of points of view, and we are willing to grow from the experience” 
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This past week we have been navigating the human body by taking an in depth look at some of its most integral systems. We have inquired into the respiratory system and the circulatory system thus far, but are extremely motivated and curious to learn more! 
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Since the first day of school, students have taken part in our Daily 5 program. The five components are: Read to Self, Read to Someone, Listen to Reading, Word Work and Work on Writing. Within our literacy block, students take part in 3 of these tasks 
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Part of being Reggio inspired, and working in an International Baccalaureate school, is the recognition by both that children’s voice is important, and listening to children closely has a powerful impact on how and what we teach. Designing our classroom to reflect both the children 
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Got games to play, places to go, people to see? Here are six ways to work the concept of time into conversations with your cutie in ways that even the littlest munchkins can understand. 1. Keep a schedule. Babies love consistency, and having a sense 
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Want your kid to pay more attention in school, feel less stress, and step up his game in classroom activities? Mother Nature has the answer. A new study from researchers at the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign indicates kids learn better indoors after they engage 
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