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Opening Ceremony
Monday 8:50am
Director Don and Ms. Kadri
share their thoughts on reading.
The NoBell Laureates (and guests)
perform a special Book Week song.






A depiction by Gustave Doré.
A depiction by Gustave Doré.

Collaborative Illustrations

Children will work together to illustrate
the story of Little Red Riding Hood.

















ProverbTreeWords of Wisdom

Write down the title of you favourite
tale and its moral OR write down a
proverb you like, and share it with
others on the ProverbTree.
Everyone is welcome to contribute
these words of wisdom.
Here are some examples:
"Little friends may prove to be great friends" from Lion and the Mouse
"A book is like a garden carried in the pocket." Arabian proverb






Mother Tongue Readings

Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday

Parents share stories in their native language.
Contact Ms. M if you would like to sign up.








Classroom Presentations

Classes share performances based on
this year’s theme of folktales and fables.










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Teddy Bear Picnic

Tuesday, February 15th at 14.45-15.30

Students bring a favorite stuffed animal to a read aloud and picnic.
Sign up to help provide snacks and drinks!
Pre 3- Reception: in Preschool classroom - contact Ms. Ketlin
Grades 1-2: in Grade 1 classroom - contact Ms. Sirje
Grades 3-5: in Grade 2 classroom - contact Ms. Terje







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Book Swap - Monday through Thursday 3:15 - 4:15pm

Give books. Get books.
Bring your books (those in good reading condition) by February 11th.
We are looking for books for all ages as well as mother tongue books.
For more information contact Ms. Dee.











Parade of Characters

Thursday 2:05pm

Parents are invited to a parade where
the children dress up as a favorite book character.