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It turns out any room can be a classroom!
By now, students of all ages across the district are becoming accustomed to remote learning, and teachers are finding creative ways to tackle every subject at home.
Elementary students have been sizing up household objects for their math classes, comparing and contrasting sizes to illustrate measurement – from food to toy trucks to rocks and everything in between!
But they aren't just organizing things from smallest to biggest. They're also learning colour coding, making rainbows out of whatever vibrant items they can find.
And being stuck at home doesn't mean being stuck inside! There is plenty of learning to be found outdoors. Students, both in and out of the EKOLogy program, are getting out in nature to try their hand at science and art in their own backyards.
Music practice isn't off limits, and combining subjects is commonplace. How about P.E. and math?
All this extra time at home has gotten some secondary students getting extra creative in the kitchen too, cooking up some delicious assignments for home economics!
It's great to see the Surrey Schools curriculum applied anywhere, and to see students make homework work at home!