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Februarys Newsletter
A Note From the Teacher
Assalamu Alaikum Dear Parents/ Guardians,

Masha Allah, the month of February


went by very quickly and smoothly. The
highlight of the month was 100s day that
took place on February 26th. The students
celebrated this day by participating in Twin
Day, where they enjoyed dressing alike with
another peer.
The grade 3 classes have continued
their E.Q.A.O. preparations. As mentioned
before, we can only strive for the best with
your support. With that being said, please
make sure that you review your childs work
with them, and sign it consistently so we
are aware of your involvement.
The upcoming month of March is
going to be
a busy one!
Both Grade
3
February
Curriculum
Recap
classes
will be going
on rolling
their first
field
trip
Alhamdulillah,
we are
right
along
ofwith
the year,
InshaAllah!
On
Tuesday,
March
curriculum. In math we completed
st
31Unit
, students
will be going
to7Legoland
6 (Measurement),
Unit
(Motion to
enhance
their
science
understanding
Geometry) and have begun Unit 8 of
structures.
Please
have your
return
(Fractions).
In language,
wechild
have
their
permission
slip
and
money
as
soon as
continued to work on spelling
possible.
activities/tests and started our E.Q.A.O
We do want
to wish all
the students
preparations
for reading
comprehension
and
their
families
a very happy,
safe and
and
writing.
In Science,
we have
relaxed
March
Break,
Insha
Allah.
completed our structures unit. In
Be sure
to check
out our
classs website
Islamic
Studies,
we have
continued
to
below:
learn about Prophet Muhammad (S).
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also learned about the life of
Prophet Ilyas (AS) and have learned
Sincerely,
about the basic beliefs of Islam. We
Br.discussed
Shehzad the akhlaaq trait for February
(courage) in great detail. In art we have
continued to explore the use of
backgrounds. In gym, students have
been playing cooperative games and
have also been utilizing their gym time
to practice for the upcoming akhlaaq
assembly.

Important Reminders
For the winter (wet) months, students
must have a pair of indoor shoes (shoes
may be kept at school in a plastic bag
on your childs hook)
Please ensure students have
appropriate outerwear for the changing
weather
Please sign your childs agenda on a
weekly basis
Please ensure your child is bringing a
lunch to school each day -in the case
that a lunch is forgotten at home,
please drop it off at the school office
before noon
In the case that your child has forgotten
an important folder/ textbook at school,
the class will be open until 4pm
Any concerns regarding French, Quranic
Studies or Arabic need to be addressed
with the respective teachers (Sr. Ratiba,
Sh. Abdul Rahman and Sr. Frikia)
If you have any concerns about
anything happening inside the
classroom, homework, assignments,
etc. please contact me directly. (Sr.
Zeba will be notified depending on the
nature of the concern)

Islamic Foundation School is a Nut


Free School. Please do not send snacks
or lunches containing nut products.
Important Dates Mar.
3-9 Book Fair
13 P.D Day, School Closed
16-20 March Break
5 Pizza Lunch
26 Early Dismissal
31 Legoland Fieldtrip

Curriculum Outline for


the month of March
Mathematics:
Unit 8: Exploring Fractions
Unit 9: Length, Perimeter, and Area

Contact Us
If you have any comments, questions, or
concerns, please do not hesitate to contact
me. You can do so by leaving a message
with the school office (416-321-3776) or
sending a note with your child. You can
also email me at br.shezz@hotmail.com or
Sr. Aisha at ais.malik1@gmail.com.

Language Arts:
Spelling Exercises/Spelling Tests
Read Alouds
Reading Comprehension
Writing
Sentence/Paragraph Writing
Journal/Creative Writing
Science:
Soils in the Environment
Islamic Studies:
The Life of Prophet Muhammad (S)
Basic Beliefs of Islam
The Life of Prophet Sulaiman (AS)
Honesty in Islam
Visual Arts:
Backgrounds/Textures

Please make sure your child is reading


at least 20 minutes a night!

Health/Gym:
Personal Safety and Injury Prevention
Hockey