Monday, 12 June 2017

A Message from teacher Salam

السلام عليكم ... رمضان مبارك أعاده الله علينا جميعا  بالخير و البركات ..

نحن الان بصدد جمع قصص اللغة العربية التي استعارها الطالب من مكتبة المدرسة ، و حتى الان هناك مجموعة من التلاميذ لم  يعيدوا القصة التي تم استعارتها رغم الحاحنا عليهم بذلك ، فالرجاء ضرورة متابعة الطالب لاعادة القصة الى المدرسة في الغد 
للضرورة  ، 

 و جزاكم الله خيرا .        


 مدرسة اللغة العربية  
سلام 

Thursday, 1 June 2017

Scholastic Book Fair

Scholastic Book Fair is tomorrow Friday, June 02, 2017 Insha'Allah.


Monday, 29 May 2017

Spelling List

Due Thursday, June 01, 2017

motion, transformation, translation, rotation, reflection, conclusion, measurement, experiment observation, estimate

Thursday, 18 May 2017

Quran test

AA,

Test on surah Al-Mursalat on Tuesday 23, 2017

JAK


Ibtissam Chehade,
Quran Teacher

Monday, 15 May 2017

AA,

Math workbook p. 104 + 105 + 106
+ worksheet
due Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Friday, 12 May 2017

Tuesday, 9 May 2017

Monday, 8 May 2017

Homework

AA,

Math workbook page 90 and page 91 (for those who did not finish it yet) due tomorrow.

Language booklet "A Stacation" due Monday, May 15, 2017.

Prodigy Letter was sent home today.

JAK


Friday, 5 May 2017

Math Homework

Complete the "Perimeter and Area" booklet

EQAO booklet: p. 28+40+52

Memorize the multiplication tables: 2 and 3

JAK

Thursday, 4 May 2017

Friday, 28 April 2017

Math

AA,

Homework:
Math workbook p. 63+91 due Monday, May 01, 2017

Math Test: Thursday, May 04, 2017:
Review Math textbook p. 191+270

JAK

Spelling List

due Friday, May 05, 2017

action, against, attention, breakfast, building, beyond, community, course, caught, country, distance, different, direction, doesn't, decide, dust, enough, excuse, except, experiment.

Friday, 21 April 2017

Homework

AA,

Math workbook page 73 due Monday, April 24, 2017.
Review Multiplication tables 0 to 5

Language booklet "Grey Squirrels" due Friday, April 28, 2017.

JAK

Tuesday, 18 April 2017

Monday, 10 April 2017

Quran's update

AA

We finished surah An-Naba' mashaa Allah all students did a good job!!!

Inshaa Allah we will start with surah Al-Mursalat inshaa Allah.

JAK

 
Ibtissam Chehade,
Quran Teacher

Friday, 7 April 2017

Homework

AA,

Math workbook: page 85

Multiplication table: 0, 1, 2, and 10

Language booklet given last Monday is due Thursday, April 13, 2017.

JAK

Arabic

اللغة العربية :
السلام عليكم:
انتهينا من جميع الانشطة الصفية المتعددة لدرس ضحى مريضة –  و لقصيدة الشتاء ، كما انتهينا من الانشطة الخاصة بموضوع" التعاون" و ضرورة أهميته في التقدم و النجاح ، و نحن الان بصدد موضوع ( الاسلام علمني) والذي  نحرص من خلاله تقوية صلة الطالب بربه  .
نشكر لكم متابعتكم في عمل الواجبات المنزلية ، وننصح بضرورة  الحرص على الاهتمام بواجب القراءة بصوت مرتفع عدة مرات مع التشجيع ، و أيضا  بمتابعة التلميذ في قراءة القصة المستعارة من مكتبة المدرسة، و ملء الجدول الخاص بذلك . وجزاكم الله خيرا.
يمكن التواصل مع المدرسة ، من خلال الايميل :

sbeseiso@abraarschool.com  

Salam Beseiso

Monday, 3 April 2017

Toonie Tuesday: April 4th


Tuesday April 4th  is TOONIE TUESDAY!! 


Student can dress in non uniform clothes and bring $2.
 Please note that all clothes must adhere to the school dress code policy. 

Homework

Math workbook p. 58+61+62 due tomorrow.

Spelling list for Friday, April, 7th:
Year, Month, January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December

Tuesday, 28 March 2017

Math: 2-D Geometry

AA,

For the next two weeks, your child will be learning about 2-D shapes. The goals will be for your child to use shapes to make other shapes, to identify shapes that are congruent (the same size and shape), and to recognize symmetry in shapes. These skills will help your child to understand that many shapes are related to one another and that shapes can be sorted and given the same name, such as a set of parallelograms or a set of triangles. Your child should begin to notice interesting geometric designs in his or her world. You might talk to your child about how these designs have been created. At the end of the chapter, your child will be using knowledge of shapes to create geometric designs.

JAK

Language

AA,

Language booklet "Earthworms" is due Monday, April 03, 2017.

JAK

Monday, 27 March 2017

Quran

AA

 Test on surah An-Naba' on Thursday March-30-2017 inshaa Allah.

Wa jazakom Allah khairan 

-- 
Ibtissam Chehade,
Quran Teacher

Friday, 24 March 2017

Math Homework

Workbook pages 52+53+54 and page 55 Q.2

Spelling List

Spelling List due next Friday, March 31.

done, other, always, never, school, learn, favorite, again, day, week, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday


Thursday, 23 March 2017

Monday, 20 March 2017

Homework

AA,

Math workbook p. 46+47+48 due tomorrow.

Grammar booklet due Friday, March 24, 2017

JAK

Friday, 3 March 2017

Math Test

AA,

Students will be having a Math Test next Friday, March 10, 2017 InshaAllah.

Please Review Chapter 5 "Measuring Length, Time, and Temperature"; lessons 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and 10.

A Math Review booklet was sent home today.

JAK

Friday, 10 February 2017

Homework

AA,

Math worksheet due Monday, February 13, 2017.

Writing worksheet due Tuesday, February 14, 2017.

JAK

Help us make a difference and send Ethiopian kids to school


As-salamu Alaikum Dear Parents,

We recently learned that there are over 1.7 million children who don’t go to school in Ethiopia, and we decided to do something about and practice our monthly character trait “make a difference”.


Help us raise money to build schools for those kids by donating the food items in the attached table (divided by class). Please send your contribution on the specified date and hand it to your homeroom teacher.  All students are asked to bring money to purchase any of that food on Tuesday and Thursday (Feb 14 & 16) during lunch time.

All proceeds will go towards “community Driven Education” campaign though imagine1day, a Canadian charitable organization that does awesome work for the Ethiopian community. 

Why did we choose Ethiopia?
·  Most of our Abraar students are currently learning about the seerah of Prophet Mohammed, peace & blessings upon him, and they are learning about the first Muslim migration to Ethiopia (Abyssinia back then). They learned about how this country received Muslims with generosity and open hearts. We'd like to reconnect with this heritage and show gratitude to that region by 'making a difference' in their lives.
·  A few of our classes are also learning about Africa and the Muslim population there, so we feel this is a good opportunity to extend their learning and help them participate in a current cause at that geographical area. 

We also accept monetary donations in cash or cheques. Grade 3's will be designing donation boxes that will be present in the hallways throughout Feb 21st- 24th.


Date
Grade
Food Item
Tuesday, Feb 14
Grade 3
Cupcakes
Grade 4
Chicken nuggets (2 in a small bag). Cooking instructions & Zabiha requirement will be communicated to you by homeroom teacher shortly
Grade 5
Ready-made lemonade + cups
Grade 6
Popcorn in small bags
Thursday, Feb 16
JK
Cupcakes
SK
Ready-made lemonade + cups
Grade 1
Popcorn in small bags
Grade 2
Chicken nuggets (2 in a small bag). Cooking instructions & Zabiha requirement will be communicated to you by homeroom teacher shortly


Jazakum Allah khair for helping us make a difference!

Monday, 6 February 2017

Class Updates

AA

Math

Over the next three weeks, students will be learning how to measure length, time, and temperature. They will estimate and compare lengths in centimeters and meters, and they will learn how long a kilometer is. They will also estimate, measure and compare perimeters. They will tell time on digital and analog clocks and read thermometers.

Throughout this time, you can support your child’s learning by doing some activities such as:
  • ·         Your child can determine his or her age and the ages of family members in years, months, and days.
  • ·         Your child can determine the number of weeks and days between family birthdays or other special days throughout the year.
  • ·         Your child can estimate and measure various lengths (for example, the height of the refrigerator or another appliance, the perimeter of your living room, or the distance from your house to the street).
  • ·         You and your child could use an outdoor thermometer to read the daily temperature and record the information on a chart.



Reading

We have been working on different reading strategies: Check for Understanding, Back up and Reread, Recognize Literary Elements, Retell the Story, Predict and Confirm, Visualize, Ask Questions while Reading, Use Text Features, Use Main Idea and Supporting Details, and Making Connections/Using Prior Knowledge.

Over the next few weeks we will be working on a new reading strategy “Infer and Support with Evidence”.
Authors don’t always tell the reader everything they want them to know about the story. In order to better comprehend, children must learn to be detectives and look for clues in the text to understand the meaning of the story.

You can support your child’s with this strategy by:

1.Have your child read a wordless picture book. Using the pictures to tell stories helps with the inferring process.
2.When reading with your child, ask some of the following questions:
·         Can you explain why the character acted this way?
·         How do you think the author might feel about (the character)?
·         Think about the setting…what details can you add?
·         Figure out explanations for the events.
·         What clues and you find in the pictures?
·         What can you assume the author is saying or feeling without having it actually written down? You make these assumptions using your background knowledge, clues from the story and pictures.

Remind your child that a book detective goes slowly, looks for clues, and uses those clues to support his/her thinking.


Science

Our class is beginning a new science unit called Forces Causing Movement. In this unit, students examine force as a push or a pull that can cause movement or change movement – by making objects speed up, slow down, or change directions. Students explore forces in nature, such as high winds and water, and their impact on humans and the environment. They also explore how magnetic and gravitational forces affect objects and people.

Here are some ways that you can support your child’s learning during this unit:

  • ·         Go for a walk in the neighborhood or a park to observe examples of forces (people walking, running, or riding bicycles; people pulling or pushing shovels).
  • ·         Talk about forces you use every day in your work (pushing and pulling).
  • ·         Visit the library or look on the internet for books and sites on gravity and magnetism.
  • ·         Read and discuss with your child articles in newspapers and magazines that show the effects of the action of forces in nature, such as hurricanes, floods, tornadoes, erosion, and landslides.
  • ·         Conduct simple experiments using magnets.



Social Studies

Our class is beginning a new strand called People and Environments: Living and Working in Ontario. Students will learn about the physical and municipal regions of Ontario. They will explore the relationship between the natural environment, land use, and employment opportunities, and how different uses of land and resources affect the environment.

Here are some ways that you can support your child’s learning during this unit:

  • ·         Talk about your own experiences living and visiting different communities.
  • ·         Notice things that will help your child describe the community we live in, such as the types of housing, transportation, and businesses.
  • ·         Talk about things in everyday life that come from cities and rural areas, such as manufactured goods and agricultural products.
  • ·         Talk about what type of community might be established in an area that is heavily forested.
  • ·         Talk about the type of community; towns and cities located near lakes and rivers.
  • ·         Talk about the type of jobs that are dependent on the seasons and that are connected to forests, lakes, and rivers.
  • ·         Talk about the responsibilities of a municipality.



Islamic Studies

Our class is beginning a new unit The Seerah: Prophet Muhammad in Makkah. The following topics will be covered:
  • Muhammad becomes a prophet
  • Muhammad teaches his family and friends
  • Early Muslims suffer
  • Prophet Muhammad was strong and patient
  • The boycott against Muslims
  • The faithful wife: Khadeejah Bintu Khuwaylid

JAK

Friday, 3 February 2017

Quran competition

Assalamualaikum wa Rahmatullahi wa Barakatuh.

 Dear Parent/Guardian(s),

I pray you are doing well. Inshaa Allah we will start first round of Quran competition from Feb 13 to 16. Please make sure all participants are ready for the test.

Jazakum Allah Khairan
-- 
Ibtissam Chehade,
Quran Teacher

Thursday, 2 February 2017

Homework

AA,

1- Language booklet due Monday, Feb. 06, 2017

2- Spelling list for next Tuesday, Feb 07, 2017:

popcorn, cookout, sailboat, seashell, barefoot, birthday, moonlight, airplane, sandcastle, everything, hallway, sidewalk, farmhouse, hillside, inside, springtime, driveway, cornfield, downstairs, horseback

JAK

Tuesday, 31 January 2017

Arabic letter

اللغة العربية – الصف الثالث الابتدائي
السلام عليكم:
انتهينا بحمد الله ومن درس ملح وسكر و المتجر أيضا ، حيث تعرف الطالب على:
مفردات وتراكيب لغوية جديدة، وتوظيفها في جمل صحيحة ، تكوين كلمات من حروف متفرقة ، ترتيب فقرة من عدة جمل ، التعبير بجمل صحيحة بمساعدة الصورة ، الاسم (المذكر والمؤنث) ، تكملة الجمل بالكلمات الصحيحة ، التمييز بين حرفي الصاد و السين وحرفي الحا و الها ، المدود ( الالف الواو الياء ) ،  التمييز بين أسماء الاشارة ( هذا- ذاك هذه تلك) و توظيفها  في جمل صحيحة ، التدريب على الكتابة و حسن الخط ، بالاضافة الى القراءة الصحيحة للمفردات و المقاطع  والجمل ، والاجابة على أسئلة موجهة،
الكتابة و حسن الخط.
أود الاشارة الى أنه منذ بداية  الفصل الدراسي الثاني، استعار كل تلميذ قصة باللغة العربية  من مكتبة المدرسة ، فالرجاء متابعته في الاجتهاد على القراءة و الفهم للقصة ، و بامكان الطالب  تبديل القصة، بعد قراءتها عدة مرات و فهمها
ومن المستحب من ولي الامر مشاركة الطالب القراءة والمناقشة حولها ، لمساعدته على الفهم ، ويكفي من الطالب قراءة  بعض كلمات أو جمل أو فقرات منها فقط ،  بما يشجعه على الاقبال على القراءة ، مع ضرورة تسجيل مدة القراءة في كل مرة ، على الجدول المرفق داخل الكيس  مع القصة،  حتى يتسنى لنا مكافأته على القراءة .
نشكر لكم حسن متابعتكم لتلاميذنا الأعزاء في عمل الواجبات المنزلية .... و يمكنكم التواصل معي عبرالايميل التالي:
Sbeseiso@abraarschool.com
                                                                       وجزاكم الله خيرا ... المدرسة / سلام.

              وجزاكم الله خيرا

Tr.Salam

Friday, 27 January 2017

Quran Test

AA

Test on surah An-Nazia't on Tuesday-31-2017.

JAK
-- 
Ibtissam Chehade,
Quran Teacher

Monday, 23 January 2017

Math Test

AA,

3B students will be having a math test this Friday, Jan. 27, 2017

Please review the "Mixed math" booklet that was sent out with the kids last Friday.

JAK

Friday, 20 January 2017

Homework

AA,

Math workbook p: 25 and 26 due Monday Jan. 23, 2017

Spelling list due Tuesday, Jan 24, 2017:
reach, raise, theme, scream, easy, battery, fuel, iron, solve, science

Writing Worksheet due Wed. Jan 25, 2017

JAK

Friday, 13 January 2017

Homework

AA,

Math booklet due Friday, January 20, 2017

Language booklet due Monday, January 23, 2017.

JAK