On September 10, 2013, we had an incredibly special day at our school: Identity Day! This was an amazing opportunity for students and staff to share their passions with each other. We saw all sorts of passions! Dogs, cars, soccer, music, baseball, cheerleading, baking, art, creative writing, martial arts... you name it, we probably saw it. Exploring the uniqueness of so many students and staff was a lot of fun! Unfortunately, Mme. Bunker was sick with the flu that week and couldn't be there to experience our finished products, but she helped us to prepare and she heard that we were amazing. Some of us shared our passions by making a poster, some of us made videos, and many of us brought display items like trophies, photos, and samples of our work. Identity Day is definitely something that we enjoyed and would love to participate in again. Ask us about what we are enthusiastic about and we will always have lots to share! Hopefully we will be able to post some of our photos and videos here soon.
For the time being, here is Mme. Bunker's example that she shared with us earlier this year.
We are a class of Grade 6/7 students in Surrey, BC, Canada. This blog is one way we will share our learning with the world!