Welcome to Tunaruna!

Welcome to the 2015-2016 School Year!

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Welcome to Linden Hill!

TunaRuna is a teaching resource for the students of Linden Hill. On this Web page you will find:

  1. Relevant vocabulary for each lesson.
  2. Links to documents that we use for each lesson.
  3. More video links to help learning.
  4. Grade level parent notes (here on the Home Page).

 

All the best and happy computing!

Dr. Bernal

Kindergarten News

This week we are looking at Chinese New Years. Chinese New Year is late this year coming on February 19. It is the year of Goat. Not only are we learning about Chinese New Year, also known as a the Spring Festival, but we are also practicing our typing skills. We will practice the skills we learned in previous weeks to type out phrases about the Spring Festival.

The words introduced this week are: Chinese New Year, Giant Panda, Red, Spring Festival, and Tao hongbao.

First Grade News

This week we are looking at Chinese New Years. Chinese New Year is late this year coming on February 19. It is the year of Goat. Not only are we learning about Chinese New Year, also known as a the Spring Festival, but we are also practicing our typing skills. We will practice the skills we learned in previous weeks to type out phrases about the Spring Festival.

The words introduced this week are: Chinese New Year, Giant Panda, Red, Spring Festival, and Tao hongbao.

Second Grade News

This week we begin a mult-week project that involves researching, creating a presentaiton and presenting to an audience. We will be researching an animal, we will ask questions about this animal and then find the answers about this animal. Our next step is to use PowerPoint to record our questions and our answers. We will present this information to our colleagues.

As noted above, this will take several weeks and the completed projects are amazing.

Third Grade News

This week we begin a mult-week project that involves researching, creating a presentaiton and presenting to an audience. We will be researching a national park, we will ask questions about this park and then find the answers about this animal. Our next step is to use PowerPoint to record our questions and our answers. We will present this information to our colleagues.

As noted above, this will take several weeks and the completed projects are amazing.

Fourth Grade News

Message to come. 

Fifth Grade News

Message to come.