Here is another creative system created by Omair. Enjoy! 
 
Congratulations to KK, Bernardo, and Christian. Well done boys! 
 
On the 24th of November  we went to see a few elephants which are displayed on orchard road. We saw a lot of nice and colorful elephants. One lady made an elephant covered in lace, and she called her Lacey. The lady’s message was that we should be careful with elephants, like lace. Another lady went to the butterfly farm. She was so amazed by the butterfly that she pictured it in her mind and made butterfly and parrots on it, so she can remember her time in butterfly farm. And we especially want to thank miss MONICA for organizing and letting us have a wonderful trip!  - By Ruby
On 25th of November our class went to see the Elephant Parade. 

Our guide was Miss Monica.  She explained to us many things about the elephants.

I liked the elephant made by Miss Monica because I liked the different colours on each side. I saw the paper stuck on the glass.  It said See the elephant with a real diamond.  I really wanted to see it so I asked my mum to take me after school.  It was so big and beautiful.  By Joji


 
We have begun our third unit on how we organize ourselves. One of the homework choices is to use legos or other materials to create a system for a marble to travel. Watch the short video below to see Sarina's system. Well done Sarina!
 
3SS students wrote and illustrated their own story books. We really enjoyed sharing them with our K1PA buddies! Looking forward to our next visit!
 
Congratulations Edvard, Yuri, and Ryan! Well Done! 
 
3SS students have chosen pictures from camp to reflect on.  Click on the yellow close box and then click on play. Enjoy the thoughts and feelings about camp. The slides advance automatically.  
 
A few video clips from our camp. Enjoy!
 
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Over the last few weeks we have been using the writing process to create October stories for our buddies the 7th graders.  Many of us tried to write stories that would scare the pants off them.  This included stories about zombies, vampires, ghosts, monster houses, and many more.  Please enjoy these pictures and feel free to stop by 3BM and read these scary stories.  

The 7th graders on the other hand helped us get ready for an earthquake and shared the events of the 1906 earth quake that happened in San Francisco.

Mr.  Meyers 

 
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Congratulations to Daya, Sarina, and Axel for their PYP Awards this week. Well Done!