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You may have enjoyed earlier posts in Inquiring Minds about the explorations our Junior Kindergarten children have experienced with snow, icicles and snowflakes. The curiosity is contagious, and our JK families have caught the Reggio inquiry ‘bug’ and have begun to see the beauty in 
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We are excited to share this link with you, which was recently written and posted by our colleagues Diane Kashin and Louise Jupp, two of Seneca College’s BCD (Bachelor of Child Development) professors. We are grateful to them for this blog posting and to Mrs. Abreu 
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As an extension of their current studies in Native Cultures, Richland’s Grade 5 students have been exploring the work of First Nation’s artist, Norval Morriseau. Earlier this year they read Native legends, and visited The McMichael Gallery and studied the Woodland School of Art, of 
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Richland’s Grade 4 Class recently began exploring rocks and minerals through their Investigative Research.  As their investigation unfolded, they discovered an artist and environmentalist in Nova Scotia, Sharon Nowlan. Upon seeing her work, the Grade 4 Students were inspired to construct their own artistic pebble 
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Inquiring Minds is delighted to feature the words of one of our Junior Kindergarten children, Madalin. Madalin was captivated by the spectacular snowfall recently, and shared this photo of a path in the forest near her home. Note the imaginative detail that Madalin has to 
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Inquiring Minds is very excited to share the current undertaking of Richland Academy with two other schools in a Collaborative Action Research Project. A group of Richland Faculty members are working in conjunction with Research Supervisors, Dr. Diane Kashin and Ms. Louise Jupp of Seneca 
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Recently our Junior Kindergarten students, spent time exploring their theories and understanding about measurement. The collaboration of the children throughout the process is evident in these images!At Richland, much effort and energy goes in to creating learning environments that are rich in mathematical exploration opportunities 
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The Grade 6 students continue to work hard on their Utopian Businesses in Math. These businesses include an RC plan hobby shop and a specialty hockey store complete with its own ice rink! Their investigations have extended into their decimals unit as they continue with 
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Today we are excited to share a post from Richland’s Head of School, Mrs. Oliveira, who recently accompanied our Junior Kindergarten class on their journey with coloured ice sculptures. Enjoy! Prior to my visit to the JK classroom this blustery February afternoon, the children had 
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Richland Academy was delighted to be selected by local felting artist, Melanie Siegel, to participate in her Intergenerational Felting Extravaganza, which is supported by Richmond Hill’s Mayor’s Endowment Fund for the Arts. A group of Richland students, as well as some parents, have been working 
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