Dear Friends in Sierra Leone,
We are a Grade 1/2 class at Stephen Central PS in Crediton, Ontario, Canada. There are 21 kids in our class and we are between 6-8 years old. There are 12 boys and 9 girls. We have 2 teachers – their names are Mrs. Cassell and Ms. King. Mrs. Cassell teaches us literacy and social studies in the morning, and Ms. King teaches us math, science, gym and health, art, drama, and dance.
There are almost 200 kids in our school. It is a fairly small school. Our playground has swings, monkey bars, slides, climbers, and sand boxes. We also have lots of nature trails in the forest and we often see different animals on nature walks. We might see snakes, birds, frogs and toads, lots of insects, spiders, bunnies, and maybe even a fox or a deer. We love going on nature walks!
We are very excited to get to know you. We have some questions for you:
1. What is the name of your school?
2. How many kids are in your class?
3. What grade are you in?
4. What does you school yard look like? Do you have nature trails?
5. Do you have iPads that you use for learning?
6. What season is it in Sierra Leone? Do you have different seasons?
We hope you will reply to our post! We are looking forward to learning with you!
Busy Bees in Grade 1/2
PS – We would really love to have a video conference with you if possible before the end of the school year. It would be great to meet you face to face!