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Dante: German Spaetzle

What to do when your students just love to eat? We bake, cook and experiment with different methods of cooking our favourite foods. We made German Spaetzle. “It’s like fluffy clouds!” said one students. “This is why I love to … Continue reading

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Nesbitt: Cabane a Sucre

Friday, March 23, 2018 was a school pedagogical day, and Nesbitt Daycare took the opportunity to visit the Chalet des Erables in Sainte Anne des Plaines, for yet another year of sugar shacking. As our bus pulled up to the premises on that beautiful spring … Continue reading

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Michelangelo International: Easter Fun

On Thursday, March 29, 2018, students of Michelangelo International’s B.A.S.E. daycare created funky Easter bonnets, which their daycare educators wore throughout the day! The children also participated in an egg hunt and were rewarded with chocolates and yummy Easter cookies. … Continue reading

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Cedarcrest: Nutrition Month Fun

In March for Nutrition Month, B.A.S.E. Daycare students in Ms. Matina’s group tasted ingredients they had never eaten before! Grade 1 students did various food-related activities throughout the month but especially liked the taco building one. Students chose whatever ingredients … Continue reading

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Leonardo Da Vinci: Baking Like Nonna

Bringing back old traditions, Grade 1 daycare students recently spent one morning learning how to bake like Nonna, or Grandmother. The children enjoyed adding and mixing all the ingredients. When asked, Eva said her favourite part was eating all the delicious … Continue reading

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St. Raphael: A Spicy Lesson

Hugh, Grade 3, St. Raphael Today in Cooking Club Ms. Melina brought all these veggies, herbs and spices. And something called “couscous.” The point of the lesson was to take something bland, like a grain and spice it up according … Continue reading

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