It worked! We were so excited to come into the classroom this morning and see the final results. We noticed that the purple wasn’t quite purple and upon further investigation, we found that the paper towel coming from the blue cup was not touching the bottom of the empty (purple) cup. We theorized that had it been touching the bottom, we would have gotten a better result. We also noticed that the water level lowered in the red, yellow, and blue cups and theorized that it must have travelled through the thirsty paper towels into the empty cups, and that is how the colours mixed. That also changed the colours of the paper towels, which is something we didn’t think would happen!
As we conducted our experiment, we followed the scientific method, below, which is posted in our classroom. Let us know if you repeat the experiment at home, and what results you got!
Today we started to explore colours, as our letter of the week is C. We reviewed the colours in Hebrew and we learned their names in English and French. We watched this video about mixing primary colours (until 3:02) and then made predictions on our chart to show what we think will happen in our “walking rainbow” experiment.
Let us know how it goes if you try it at home! We have to leave our experiment overnight tonight because it hadn’t quite finished by the end of the day. Check out the photos of our progress!
Dear JK Families,
We have had an AMAZING year together and it’s a bittersweet feeling that we are all feeling today! Your children have been asking for this for a few weeks and we are happy to announce that tomorrow (Wednesday, June 28) will be….. A PYJAMA PARTY!!!!! Please send your child dressed in weather-appropriate pjs (no fleece!), bring a small stuffy, some snacks and water. We will not need lunch as it is a 12:00 pm dismissal.
We are also sending home a lot of things your children have worked on throughout the year. Please send an extra canvas bag in case their backpacks get too heavy. Some of the folders have summer practice pages, so please keep an eye out for those.
Thank you so much for being a part of the 2022-23 OJCS JK family, we LOVED having your children in our class this year, and watching them grow and become the amazing, confident, kind, unique individuals that they are today.
Keep in touch! Have a fabulous summer!
Morah Susan, Monsieur Ebbs, and Morah Mushki
We raised $277.66 for the Ottawa Regional Cancer Foundation!
If you would like to donate to Joshua’s lemonade stand directly, or know someone who does, please direct them to: https://ottawacancer.akaraisin.com/ui/itakeastand/scoreboard
Just click on Joshua Shabinsky and it will take you to his page.
JK proudly sorted and counted all of the coins and paper money, learning a bit about what each piece of money is worth, and what the symbols are.
A HUGE shout out to the Shabinsky family, Glenview homes, the JK class, and all of our helpers for helping us with Joshua’s lemonade standemonium! The biggest thank you goes out to all of our patrons – THANK YOU!!!!
We will be counting your total donations to the Ottawa Regional Cancer Foundation tomorrow morning so please Stay tuned!
Here are some photos of us getting ready and hosting the lemonade stand!
Thank you! Todah! Merci!
We are so proud to announce that one of our very own students has registered for the 2023 Lemonade Standemoneum, presented by Glenview homes (also one of our wonderful families!). He will be setting up his lemonade stand tomorrow, Tuesday June 13th, at the front of the school at pick up time and JK will be helping him sell lemonade! All proceeds will be donated to the Ottawa Regional Cancer Foundation. Please consider making a donation. Hope to see you there, sipping on some delicious refreshing lemonade!
We’ve been very busy learning about the letters in our Hebrew names. We spelled, sorted, counted, wrote, painted, and graphed them all out, and even made ourselves a little present! Check your child’s backpack!
Shalom JK families!
We had such a lovely time yesterday with all of our special visitors yesterday morning for generations day, we hope they come back and visit soon!
We have a busy schedule over the next two weeks so here are some important dates and reminders:
- In honour of Shavuot, OJCS is compiling a recipe book. JK is responsible for desserts so please send in/email your family’s most favourite dairy or pareve desserts! Cite your source if it’s from a website or cookbook!
- Friday, May 19: Dress down day! JK has decided to have a PJ day, so wear your cozy pjs, bring a stuffy (as long as it fits in your backpack), and some friends even want to wear their slippers as indoor shoes!
- Monday, May 22: NO SCHOOL Victoria Day
- Thursday, May 25: DAIRY DAY in honour of Shavuot we are having an assembly with a special dairy treat! We are also collecting donations of food items for the Ottawa Kosher Food Bank. Please see flyer below for more details.
- Friday, May 26: NO SCHOOL Shavuot
Please remember to send your child dressed appropriately for the weather, which includes a light jacket or sweatshirt, rain gear if needed, a sun hat, and please consider applying sunscreen in the morning. You can also send in sunscreen for your child to reapply before we go out later in the day.