Meghan

This author Meghan McBride has created 13 entries.

15 Jan

IPC Exit Point Activity!

As their Exit Point activity for our IPC unit “Hooray…Let’s Go on Holiday,” our Year One Students designed and built 3-D models of futuristic modes of transport. Just before the December holiday, they were ready to share their learning and understanding from the unit with their families. Check out the photos from their building and sharing process… ...

07 Dec

All Around the World in IPC!

Over the past few weeks, we have taken Virtual Trips across many of our world’s continents. From Korea to Germany, from Ethiopia to Russia, from U.K. to Croatia, from the U.S.A. to France, Mongolia, Nigeria, New Zealand, and Netherlands, we have been busy travelers! Check out some of the photos from our trips… ...

12 Nov

Oh the Places We Have Traveled!

Year One students are thoroughly enjoying their virtual trips that have been taking place during our Hooray…Let’s Go on Holiday IPC Topic. Here are some photos from our trips to Canada and The Republic of the Sudan last week! ...

12 Nov

Measuring the World!

Year 1 Rwenzori students are deepening their understanding of Geography as they use their measurement skills to measure the distance between our Host Country (Uganda) and their Home Countries. ...

12 Nov

IPC Fun in Year One!

     Year One students have been busy “traveling” the world on our virtual trips! Check out these photos from our travels and the work we are doing in our passports to reflect on our learning and understanding of the world around us. ...

18 Oct

Hooray…Let’s Go On Holiday!

On Tuesday, Year One students enjoyed their first “virtual” field trip as their Entry Point activity for our new IPC topic. The trip included preparing to travel, passing through passport control and security, and enjoying an airplane ride to Uganda. While in Uganda, students were able to bird watch, play football, dance, and learn local drumming techniques. It was awesome…enjoy the photos! ...

25 Sep

Year One Rwenzori Scientists at Work!

Our “Live and Let Live” IPC Unit enables us to become scientists who predict, experiment, and observe. We began two experiments last week: Bean in a Bag & Seed in a Cup. After five days, we completed our first observation of our experiments today. Here we are in action! ...