Thursday, 27 April 2017

Today In The Past (April 26)

Ever wonder what happened today in the past? Here are 6 things:
  1. 757 Stephen II ends his reign as Catholic Pope.
  2. 1514 Copernicus makes his first observations of Saturn.
  3. 1564 Shakespeare is baptized.
  4. 1607 The Brits establish a colony in Virginia.
  5. 1929 The 1st non-stop flight from England to India is completed.
  6. 1986 The world's worst nuclear disaster occurs at Chernobyl power plant.


So, guys, those were just 6 things in history that happened today (April 26)!

I'll be doing blogs every week or so.Can you add anything to the list?

❤️s from Kry!

Credits to: www.historynet.com/today-in-history


FYI: All blogs are posted a few days after the writing process.

Wednesday, 26 April 2017

Top ten list of video games

Top ten list of video games 

10... Boomer Man 

9...Assassin's Creed - Black Flag 

8... Prodigy

7... The Walking Dead 

6... Motorcross Madness 

5...Minecraft 

4... Call of Duty 

3... Math Reflex 

2... Assassin's Creed 


1...  Need for Speed 

Do you have a favourite game?

By Kobe


Top 10 Hockey Players

These are my Top 10 favourite hockey players.

#10...Scott Glennie

#9...Scott Kosmachuk 

#8...Sydney Crosby

#7...Dale Hawerchuk 

#6...Patrik Laine

#5...Teemu Selanne

#4...Gordie Howe

#3...Mario Lemieux

#2...Bobby Orr

and #1...Wayne Gretzky.

Which hockey player is your favourite?

by Kobe

Thursday, 16 March 2017

Spirit Week

Its Spirit Week at Stevenson Britannia from March 20 - 24. We will be enjoying some good Sabre spirit as well as raising money to support those who are fighting cancer.


Let's go Sabres!! #stevensonrocks

Mr.T.

Talent

Every year, I am so amazed at how talented these guys are.


video


Hanging out with awesomeness = best job in the world!!

Mr. T.

Thursday, 9 March 2017

Fundraiser

Our class is working on posters and a write-up for Social Media to inform everyone about an upcoming fundraiser that we are having. Watch out for more information is following about this worthy endeavour.  Mr T.