Grade 1 students at Almadina enjoyed a dynamic learning experience this February when Teacher’s Pet worked with them on the “My World” social studies program. Students learned all about community - what community means, and the different types of communities and community groups you can belong to. They also learned about what it means to
Assembly/Disassembly written by Abdullah 8 Hamill Mr. Paul Davis gave Almadina a learning project that involved other schools in Calgary and in Ontario. Myself (Abdullah in Grade 8), Sheraz (Grade 7) and Muaaz (Grade 7) were chosen by Mr. El-Rafih to complete the project. The project was to disassemble an iPhone 5c (the phone that
Grade 9 ELA students have been working hard on developing news stories to broadcast. It was intensive work where students had to research, compile information and practice recording their news. These grade 9 students did such a great job because the editing process online was quite the challenge; however, with much patience and perseverance,
Stay tuned for the Grade 9 Newscast! Ms. Sheronick's classes have been working hard on a newscast assignment where they broadcast the news to you in groups. This assignment is part of their Disasters Unit, where these groups will deliver several news on different disasters occurring in the local and international news. The grade 9's
Students in Mr. Peters' homeroom class are learning to code! Using the website code.org. Code.org’s K-5 courses blend online, self-guided, and self-paced tutorials to introduce and emerse students in coding. Using drag-and-drop block style coding, students can design their own games, create digital stories, design puzzles and more. You can try out some of Mr.
On February 10th, many of Almadina's grades 6-9 students showcased their scientific interests at the annual Science Fair! Students asked questions across all areas of the science spectrum, investigated possible answers, conducted experiments and highlighted their results at the fair. Thank you to our volunteer judges and our teachers for organizing such an incredible event!
Ogden's students focused on the virtue of generosity for the past few weeks. To practice and learn more about generosity, students participated in three activities: We Box Love, The Diabetes Clothing Drive and Plan Canada Fundraising Gifts of Hope. Thank you Almadina students for all your hardwork and generosity in supporting these fundraisers. The February
Grade 5 students competed in the annual Car Rally; this is an opportunity for students to showcase their electric car creations! Students learned the role of various components and control devices that are part of an electrical system. At the same time, they develop skills of problem solving and teamwork. Great job grade 5s and
Students constructed battery powered vehicles in Science and participate in a car rally to determine the fastest, straightest, strongest and most versatile car. These are videos of the students testing their battery powered vehicles for our car rally in the gym March 7th. They can test if their car can go up ramps, over versatile
Mrs. Grant-Suttie's Grade 6 students had the opportunity to learn about Wampum Belts. Wampum beads were used to create patterns on belts. These belts are used as a guide to narrate aboriginal history, traditions and laws.