Can you use these shapes to build a Christmas tree??
Santa needed our help! The reindeers have been arguing in their line and Santa needs our help to create a new line order. Santa has requested that the new line order is in alphabetical order
We got a special delivery from the North Pole this morning! Our elf, Bonbon Friandise, has invited us to participate in the Défi de Noël. We will be sent a new challenge to complete every day. We must work together to receive our badges and work our way to the North Pole!
Today's challenge : help Santa give his elves responsibilities in the North Pole
Today we discussed about the Early Settlers village. What do you find in the village? What does it look like?
After discussing, we played a true or false game about the Early Settlers
Ex : During this time period, all kids had to go to school. True or False
Early Settlers at school! We noticed that there was many things have changed...
Sorting responsibilities of the Early Settlers
SCOOT! Where is the snowflake?
The grade 3 students learnt about the lifestyle of the Early Settlers and the different responsibilities of the boys & girls during that time period
This afternoon, we did a variety of different centres.
Writing descriptive sentences : Où est le chien?
Où est le flocon de neige?
This afternoon, we read a short story about a snowflake. After reading the story, we discussed what we noticed in the story. This allowed us to learn new descriptive words. We will be applying these new vocabulary words when reading and writing French sentences!
This afternoon we did French centres. One of the centres was working with Mme. Robichaud....we were writing a French letter to our pen pals from St.Monica school!
This morning, we read a book about families and learnt about different types of families
Find the word in your picture dictionary and fill in the missing letters!
We were so good at this game that we were able to do listen to the word and fill in the missing letters without looking in our dictionary
Mon arbre généalogique
Caution : Students hard at work!!
The Grade 3 students watched this short video about the Algonquins & Iroquois. Now, they are drawing a picture of the First Nations lifestyle and labeling each element of their drawing (eg. wigwam).
What we know about the First Nations!
Grade 2 students are learnt what a family tree is. Together, we built Mme. Robichaud's family tree.
Next step... we will build our own family tree!
Applying our listening skills in French by doing a step by step drawing of Frankenstein!
You will get to see our great artwork at the Halloween Dance tomorrow!
Grade 3 students learnt about First Nations. We are learning about two groups of First Nations : les Algonquins et les Iroquois
This morning, the Grade 2 students worked on reading simple French sentences. We read the sentence and correctly matched the family member.
Grade 3 students researching different inventions & different dates to create a giant timeline!
This afternoon, the Grade 2 students shared about their family in community circle. Afterwards, we learnt our family members in French
Picture dictionaries are still under construction.
Today's addition... la lettre H & I
Reviewing our French reading.
We had to associate the picture to the correct sentence
Writing sentences en Français!
We are continuing to make our picture dictionary!
Today, we reviewed the letter F & G
We are writing French sentences to share what we are thankful for
Here is our success criteria for writing sentences in French
Outdoor learning fun: sorting French nouns!
Masculin ou Feminin?
Using French words to describe Terry Fox
This afternoon we learnt about Terry Fox!
Est-ce que ce nom est masculin ou féminin?
Le nom féminin
Here our words that start with the letter C
Playing a game of SCOOT to review our A&B words en français
Today, the students practiced reading French sentences that contained familiar sentence starters and vocabulary!
What is your favorite animal? Quel est ton animal préféré?
Question of the day
How to play alphabet splat!
Step 1 : Roll the dice
Step 2 : Identify the picture on the dice and say it in French
Step 3 : Use a dot to cover the paint splat that has the first letter of that word
Step 4 : Ring the bell to celebrate your hard work!
Question of the day!
When we answer the question of the day in a complete French sentence, our sentence & our name goes up on the French Wall of Fame.
Here were today's stars...
All about me!
Writing French sentences that describe us
Learning classroom vocabulary in French
Here are some of the pages we created for our classroom rules book!
This afternoon, we read a story called "David va à l'école!", After reading the story, we discussed classroom rules and created our own classroom rules book.