Little DJs on Go OkanaganIn November Wayne McDougall from Shaw TV visited the Penticton grade 5 group to do a story on the radio project all of the gifted classes worked on last year. We had a great time being interviewed and learning about how television is made. The resulting piece, called Little DJs, has now aired on Shaw's Go Okanagan and can be viewed below (link).
5 Card Photo StoryThis week it was the Summerland AIM and the Penticton grade 5 groups turn to do the 5 card photo story. The Penticton grade 1-3s also finished up their 5 card photo stories from last week. The students came up with some great stories! We heard about royal bunnies, vampire bunnies, ducks, quests for carrots and so much more. Here are the slides they had to work with (link):
ProjectsThe grade 4s and 5s continued to work on their projects. The Summerland ASPIRE group started building the 3D models of their booby trapped treasure caches.
The Penticton grade 4s and 5s continued working on their treasure research projects. Some students are almost ready to present their work to their peers. In fact one of the grade 4s, Jonas (pictured below), presented his project on dragons this week.
Body SpellThe Penticton grade 4s played Body Spell. Students were placed in groups of 4 or 5 people each. Each person had 3 - 4 letters written on their hands and feet. Then the class was given a word to spell. It was chaotic, it was crazy, and it was fun! The students did a great job of using their hands and feet to spell.
More MaKey MaKeyThe Summerland AIM and ASPIRE groups continued to work with the MaKey MaKey invention kits. They experimented with making foot pads, banana keys and drum kits. Plans for giant piano keys are in the works!
|Keys made out of play dough.|
|Tin foil footpads.|
Thanks for stopping by to see a few of the things that we did... This Week In Gifted!