Tuesday, 5 February 2013

We Can See.... Chatham Ontario

We are so excited to shared What we see in rural Chatham Ontario!!


  1. I love your book! I can't wait to show to my students and see what they notice. We haven't visited this blog for a week or so, and it just gets better and better all the time.

  2. Hello,

    We are from Lorna Jackson Public School. We are in JK and SK.

    I liked the "ouchie" trees - T.B. (referring to the pinecone trees)

    What is a peace garden? - L.D.

    Thank you for your book. - R.F.

    We loved your book because you have lots of things. - I.D.

    I love your peace garden because maybe you get to plant your trees in it. - J.S.

    I liked when we saw the numbers on the hopscotch. - S.M.

    I liked the raindrops because thats where you line up. We line up at the gate. - R.L.

    We like your book and we are from Lorna Jackson Public School. Thank you for writing it.

    We thank you.

    Ms. Schmidt & Ms. Theis' Kindergarten Class
    Lorna Jackson Public School
    Woodbridge, ON

    1. Dear Mrs. Bos and Mrs. Rylett’s class,

      The students from Forest Run P.S. in Vaughan, Ontario had these thoughts to share about your “We Can See…Chatam Ontario” book:

      D. “ We have a hopscotch too.”

      D. “Accept our hopscotch is a different shape. What shape is your hopscotch?”

      S. “ We have park too but we have more grass and no fence.”

      N. “I like your park.”

      A. “Your picture on ice and water reminds me when I was watching a Funniest Home Videos where there was a clip about a cat that chased a fish that was under the ice. The fish was swimming in the water under the ice and the cat was jumping on the ice after the fish and trying to eat the fish. It was funny!”

      N. “Where is Chatam?”

      M. “We have numbers too!”

      D. “Your rock in your peace garden reminds me of a rock in our garden.”

      S. “What is a Peace Garden?”

      Thank you for sharing your book on what you see around your school. We liked it!

      Mrs. Walker and Ms. Lambert’s JK/SK Class at Forest Run P.S.