Remote Learning Activities

Remote Learning Activities

Students in Superior North Catholic District School Board's remote learning program participated in International Panda Day on March 16. Mrs. Cooper's Kindergarten Class and Mrs. O'Neill's Grade 1/2 Class joined together and with other students across the world to watch a live video feed on pandas, join in a live read-aloud and share their knowledge, wonderings and learning about pandas. They even walked a while in the paws of these gentle giants with their homemade panda masks!

Screenshot of remote learning students panda project
Remote Learning students also partook in a beading workshop led by Andrea Favel, which offered lessons in indigenous culture, not to mention patience and perseverance. The students have a great start on their beaded canvas and enjoyed their time learning this new skill.
photo of beading work done by remote learning student

Remote Learning students from Kindergarten to Grade 4 pitted their Science, Technology, Engineering and Math skills (STEM) against the luck of the Irish, applying STEM process to design, construct and test a Leprechaun trap. Several great ideas were used to lure in a leprechaun, but did they catch one?

leprechaun traps created by remote learning students
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