Superstar of the Week – Aydin


This week we’re meeting Aydin, our Superstar of the Week!

Aydin told us in his Fact File that he would love to have the superpower of teleportation, that he loves to read chapter books and his favourite character is Dog Man. He showed us his artifacts too; his unusual Canadian coin collection, his sketches of characters and objects, and his big collection of fidget spinners.

Aydin also demonstrated some live action martial arts patterns, up to ten moves in each form.

Well done, Aydin, great work!


Superstar of the Week – Annie


Let’s meet out latest Superstar – Annie!

Annie presented some interesting artifacts to us, including her oldest stuffy Bunny, her rosary beads from The Vatican, and her golden turtle shell musical wind instrument.

Annie is multi-talented too. We watched her perform two difficult piano pieces (while also dressed as a unicorn!) and she is also a talented artist. Check out three of her proudest pieces below.

Thanks Annie for being our Superstar this week!



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Superstar of the Week – Isaac



Here’s our latest superstar…its Isaac! Isaac is a star basketball player and we watched his defence skills for his Talent Show and Tell. He also showed us his oldest stuffy, Mr. Monkey, a painting of a waterfall he did, and his favourite toy car.

Isaac’s favourite sport is basketball. Here’s a photo of him at a game.

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Superstar of the Week – Fiona


Say hello to Fiona, this week’s Superstar! Fiona let us see her hand made paper duck, her oldest stuffy, and her Japanese drawing book. Fiona is able to speak Japanese and showed us a video of her reciting a speech in the Japanese Speech Festival in 2016.

Thanks Fiona, for a great presentation!


  1. These are the cards that I made with my mother for my Chinese teachers as a sign of my appreciation for their hard work.  These are my teachers since I started at this Chinese School when I was 4 years old.
  2. I started to learn Japanese when I was 6 years old.   I performed my speech “The Reasons I Am Learning Japanese” at the annual Japanese speech festival.  The Japanese Consul General  of Vancouver gave all participants a cool pen, and congratulated us having the courage to speak in front of a large crowd of over 300 people.  I saw tears from my mother and Naho sensei after I finished my speech, they were very proud of me.  That was my happiest day.
  3. When I was in Grade 1, I recited a poem with actions in Mandarin that describes how the Moon interacts with our planet.  I was surprised that I won 2nd place in the competition as it was my first time competing.
  4. I was always top in my Chinese language classes, I got my first trophy when I was 5. I also received trophies for drawing and speech competitions.  My brother is always eying on my trophies, I told him you have to work hard to receive one.

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Superstar of the Week – Alden


IMG_20180131_084047Say “Howdie” to our superstar Alden!

For his personal artefacts, Alden showed us his shark teeth and seahorse fossils, and his clay character that he made in art class.

Cowboy Alden’s talent video showed us his horse riding skills, and he taught us how to start, stop, and turn the horse carefully.

Here are Alden’s extra photos…

1) Alden helps out at his mom’s dental office once per month. He helps to develop x-rays, fills up the cotton swabs containers, medicine bottles and replenish the paper points. He also helps to run the water through the evacuation system to cleanse the equipment. He is a wonderful helper.
2) Alden helped to plant 50 fig trees, with his cousins, at the family farm in Langley in memory of his grandpa.


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Superstar of the Week – Natalie C


We were so excited to get to know more about Natalie this week. She showed us her favourite stuffy Pluto, her rock of courage, and her baptismal candle, which she lights every year on the anniversary of her baptism. Natalie is also a very talented pianist and a goal-scoring Ringette player. We even watched her score a flick shot!


Well done, Natalie!
“I am proud of winning all these medals. The first one I received was Christian witness award in kindergarten. I also got a medal for participating in a ringette tournament last weekend. I was awarded with MVP (most valuable player of the game).”IMG_4469

Costumes for Speech Arts Competition

Dear 3B Parents,

Our Speech Arts Competition drama performance is almost here. The book we are performing is One More Sheep by Mij Kelly. This is what we need from home for costumes.

** If your child is a sheep:

Bright colourful socks, plain long black leggings or pants, long sleeve black top, a plain white short sleeved t-shirt or vest to go over the black top. A colourful woolly hat (bobbles are OK)

** If your child is a narrator:

All plain black clothes – long plain black pants / leggings and plain black long sleeve top

Please send these in a plastic bag with your child’s name on the bag, by Thurs 1st February at the latest, so that we can check over them and practice in them before the competition.

If you have any questions feel free to email me at

Thank you!

Superstar of the Week – “D”!

This week we learned lots of new things about our classmate “D”. He showed us his three personal objects; his squishy toy “Bud”, his blanket bear, and his Lego character. We also got to watch him on the big screen showing us a Lego set he built, playing a complicated piano piece, and we watched his stock motion animated Lego movie. It took 75 photos stitched together to create his movie. What creativity and skill!

Well done, “D”




Homework – Crow and Little Bear: A Coast Salish Story

Hello Parents,

Tonight’s homework includes a worksheet based on a Coast Salish story that we listened to in class today. If you and your child would like to enjoy the story again together, or if they need to refresh their memory to complete the homework, here is a link to the web page where the story is available to listen to. (No text, just audio). Scroll down the page and click on the link for “Crow and Little Bear.”


Mrs. Brady