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  • MathMan's Links
    top Interactive Activities PBS TeacherLine Resources Interactives PBS Project Interactivate ExploreMath com great activities free for now Interactive Mathematics Miscellany and Puzzles RON BLOND Ron is from Alberta and his site is full of interactive applets suitable for the MB Math curriculum National Library of Virtual Manipulatives for Interactive Math Math TV interactive problems on video for grades in middle years Math Playground K 6 back to top Technology Calculators Other Math Tools The Home Page for Users of TI Calculators lots of calculator resources Center for Technology Teacher Education UofVirginia this link goes to the Math section of this site back to top Math History Quotes etc Platonic Realms history quotes encyclopedia more Math History Magazine online Mathematics magazine more than just history back to top Critical Thinking Logic Proof Mission Critical Home Page good for Pre Calculus 30S back to top Miscellaneous Sites Math Guide info for parents students and teachers Coolmath com An amusement park of mathemati a lot of cool things for kids parents and teachers about MATH ENC Online The best selection of K 12 mathem lots of stuff for math science teachers including a weekly newsletter Eisenhower National Clearinghouse Math com World of Math Online games tutorials etc on many Math topics The Math Forum Home Page lessons Ask Dr Math and more Mathematician Trading Cards yes Math trading cards collect them all www ies co jp math products interactive applets EDC Web site Mathematics teaching learning Algebra I Home Page Mrs Carlton Amby s Education Site Math Resources EMR Exercises in Math Readiness Henri Picciotto s Math Ed Page Brain Bashers illusions games and puzzles UNB Math Centre some interesting resources Cool Math Sites a site full of sites A Maths Dictionary for Kids for bigger kids too back to top Tutorial Help

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  • Recycling Process
    and it lets the parent volunteers know when they come to help Recycling bins Kids are supposed to go around and say Any juiceboxes You empty your juice boxes and milk cartons in the bin Boiler room This is where we clean the juice boxes We cut the flaps off the box rinse the box and squish it Big bins After we are finished squashing the containers we put them

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  • Grade 3 Vermi-Composting
    How we started We first received our worms from The Marquis Project out of Brandon MB in 2002 2003 The great people at the Marquis Project also explained how to keep feed and look after our worms They gave us about 1 kg of soil and bedding which contained approximately 1000 worms We had vermicomposting bin which we carefully put our worms in covered them with shredded paper and we fed them once a week Heres what we use At the end of the year we harvested the worms thousands and thousands of them and many kilograms of castings We gave a pail full of worms to another teacher to put in her outside compost heap for the summer In September she brought a pail full of worms back and we started again Here s what we do Once a week we collect apple cores banana peels and left over vegetables from the lunchroom Worms will eat coffee grounds and tea bags too No dairy and no meat Step 1 We cut up the food for the worms Step 2 The arrow shows where we put the food Step 3 We lift up the bedding so we can put the

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  • Recycling Info.
    kits you can get in a lot of places To recycle help out at your school recycling program and throw your juice boxes in the big red buckets instead of the garbage Thanks to Mrs Good Mrs Clyne Mrs Deacon and all the parents our school recycling is a big success By Jeremy This article is about the Boissevain school recycling program This recycling program was established by Mrs Good

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  • Links
    RECYCLING INFO LINKS NIEHS Kids Page Vermi Composting Game Vermi Composting Journey to Forever Organic Garden Vermi Composting Composting With Worms 107 97 Vermi Composting Forum Green Kids STAR PROGRAM virtual recycling mpsc SEEDS PROGRAM green schools HOME RECYCLING PROCESS

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  • Boissevain School - Newsletter Archives
    2005 2006 September 2005 October 2005 November 2005 December 2005 January 2006 February 2006 March 2006 April 2006 May 2006 June 2006 2004 2005 September 2004 October 2004 November 2004 December 2004 January 2005 February 2005 March 2005 April 2005 May 2005 June 2005 2003 2004 September 2003 October 2003 November 2003 December 2003 January 2004 February 2004 March 2004 April 2004 May 2004 June 2004 2002 2003 September 2002

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  • September 2006 Boissevain School Newsletter
    December 18 the Peer Helpers hosted a favorite activity of many staff and students the annual gym blast The Peer Helpers and middle school staff and students from Boissevain and Minto were divided into Team Christmas Tree Team Santa Team Snowflake and Team Coal Each team completed in the following activities Human Chain Relay Stay Out of the Pool Fear Factor Bean Bag Toss Santa s Sleigh Race Basketball Blast Steal the Flag Tug of War Spoon Relay and Team Cheer In addition to the energy and sportsmanship displayed by the participants the highlight of the morning had to be the chocolate pudding Fear Factor The Peer Helpers would like to thank everyone that helped create an awesome event Meet the Peer Helpers How long have you been a Peer Helper and what is your favorite moment in Peer Helping Jessica Bell 2 nd year when Leanne was super hyper at 2am at the retreat this year Amanda Boyd 1 st year sharing positive things at the beginning of each meeting Michelle Coupland 2 nd year no hands eating spaghetti and the retreat Pam McMillan 4 th year working at the soup kitchen and the retreats Colin Reimer 2 nd year helping in the soup kitchen last year Dorian Rourke 3 rd year middle school gym blast and helping at the soup kitchen Chelsea Vallance 2 nd year getting to know everyone STUDY SKILLS TEST TAKING TIPS To help reduce some of the stress that comes with exams I have included some information from www testtakingtips com Students with better study methods and strategies score higher on their exams Everyone is different and different methods work for different people The following are only suggestions on improving upon your current studying and test taking techniques Study Skills Do not do all your studying the night before the test By studying everyday the material will stay in your long term memory If you try to study at the last moment the material will only reside in your short term memory which you ll easily forget Find a comfortable and quiet place to study with good lighting and little distractions try avoiding your own bed it is very tempting to just lie down and take a nap Take notes and write down a summary of the important ideas as you read through your study material Take short breaks frequently Your memory retains the information that you study at the beginning and the end better than what you study in the middle If you choose to study in a group only study with others who are serious about the test Have someone test you on the material to find out what your weak and strong areas are Listening to relaxing music on a low volume can relieve some of the boredom of studying Do not study later than the time you usually go to sleep as you may fall asleep or be tempted to go to sleep Instead try studying in the afternoon or

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  • September 2006 Boissevain School Newsletter
    sale to raise funds for the theatre And our sugar levels It is a tasty way to help out a worthy cause We also celebrated the Five Days of Christmas a shorter version than we usually do The weather didn t really cooperate so we didn t have a sleigh ride but we had a great Extreme Christmas Relay which was a lot of fun to watch The cookie eating eggnog drinking contest was also edge of your seat type entertainment It really got us in the mood for the holidays We are into exams now so January was kind of low key for us Taking in a few hockey and basketball games seemed to be the main focus for us A good number of our members are on those teams so they are extra busy this time of year February will see a few of our members attending a Rural Opportunities Youth conference in Souris to focus on the future of Rural Manitoba Valentine s Day will surely have us participating in a few activities Stay tuned for an update on those matters in the next newsletter I LOVE TO READ by Mrs H Deacon February is I Love to Read month This year primary students and staff will celebrate reading activities with a special emphasis on the 2010 Olympics During the course of the 16 day winter Olympics we will host our own Primary Olympiad here at Boissevain School Watch for a complete calendar of reading and Olympic activities in your student s backpack next week Our action packed month will conclude with a pizza luncheon guest readers on February 25 courtesy of our local Boissevain Co op Olympic Committee Mr Wettig Mrs Deacon Mrs Casselman Mrs Sprott I Love to Read Committee Mrs Deacon Mrs Casselman CTS NEWS CAREER TECHNOLOGY STUDIES Learning that builds bridges Patty White Co ordinator INTERNSHIP PROGRAM because education training is part of good business practice QUESTION What motivated you to pursue this particular career pathway Work Site Prairie Partners Intern Heidi Kroeker I wanted to take this opportunity to experience first hand how individuals with disabilities function in all aspects of the workplace This differs from any other work I have done and I have enjoyed building relationships with individuals at Prairie Partners Work Site Rosco s Bar and Vendor Intern Darren Sicinski Completing a career project in Grade 9 business on Bartending motivated me to pursue an Internship in this area As part of my Internship I completed the It s Good Business course and learned a great deal about responsibility and dealing with a variety of situations in this work environment Working at Rosco s Bar Vendor has been an experience I have enjoyed more than I thought I could Work Site Evergreen Place Boissevain Hospital Intern Dorian Rourke I was motivated to pursue the nursing healthcare career pathway because the work is challenging fast paced and very important Helping people and caring for them has always been an interest

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