The beaver is a symbol of Canada.
Here are other animals that live in Canada.
Name these animals and fill in the crossword puzzle.
Story reprinted from The Westcoast Reader newspaper, September / October 2016
Many thanks to all of you who entered The Westcoast Reader Haiku Contest.
We enjoyed reading every one of your poems!
All entries this time were from adult learners,
so the three prizes will go to adults.
Congratulations to our three winners
who wrote their haiku about the topic “school”!
We will be in touch.
The winners are:
I am a mother
I want to love English class
as much as coffee
– Julia, LINC 3, Windsor School in Burnaby
The sun is sleeping
Students in the little class
Teacher is smiling
– Yuebo Fang, LINC 4, Educacentre College in Vancouver
Before, we felt lost
Today, we study at school
Tomorrow, we win.
–Aileen and Nicolas, LINC 3, Educacentre College in Vancouver
School is here, and,
it is time to learn and have fun again.
The Westcoast Reader is celebrating its 35th Anniversary,
so we are asking our readers to be creative and send us
a haiku about school.
There are three categories of students:
Each of the three winners gets a $25 gift card!
Send your submissions to: firstname.lastname@example.org
and put the word “Haiku” in the email subject.
Remember to add your name and tell us if you are
an adult, high school or elementary school student.