Mlle Arsenault

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Posted: April 13, 2020

Kakuro

This is a link to a variety of kakuro puzzles. Some of our students really enjoyed these. You can choose the difficulty level, in order to challenge your own ability. Also, on the left side of the screen, you will be able to learn how to play if you select the kakuro tutorials (Basic and Challenging). Here you will find tips of how to play. 

Enjoy : )

Posted: April 6, 2020

French reading material (steps to follow for login)

In order to get access to the French reading material you will have to follow these steps below. Sorry for the confusion : )

Login Instructions

Step 1: Go to www.kidsa-z.com

Step 2: Enter or choose the teacher's username, MlleArsenault

Step 3: Your child finds his or her username on the class chart

Step 4: Your child enters his or her password (which they can fin in their student email account)

Posted: April 6, 2020

Hey everyone, hope you are all doing ok; staying safe and staying positive.  We miss you all very much.  While you are home, we ask that you select activities from the bingo card to complete each day. You can try to achieve a bingo by completing all the activities in a horizontal, vertical or diagonal line or select random activities from the card that you are able to / interested in completing. You may do as many activities as you wish, but we ask that you do a minimum of 5.  In addition, we ask that you to read for at least 30 minutes (either in a book, a magazine, a newspaper or an article or book online), and try to complete at least 30 minutes of physical activity each day. We hope you have fun.  Next Monday, we will put up a new bingo card for you.  Take care. 

 

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Posted: April 6, 2020

Reading material (French)

You have access to award-winning digital resources through Kids A-Z, Learning A-Z's website created for students. This site support French skills for dual language or bilingual learners with a large collection of engaging, translated books at a variety of reading levels, you can also find some questions to answer after you have read the book. French Translated Leveled Books are listed at the same levels as their English counterparts to support students' biliteracy.

**I have sent you a sheet (your student email account) explaining the steps to follow in order to login. You will also find on this sheet your username and password. Happy reading!

Posted: April 6, 2020

ONIVA! Radio-Canada (french television program)

Official channel of ONIVA ! ICI Radio-Canada presents ONIVA !, A 30-minute television program (in French) that talks about fascinating subjects. Each week, they visit a middle school throughout Canada to talk about different themes. You can also find other television programs on this site as well as games and contests. Enjoy your viewing!

Posted: April 6, 2020

Free Rice

This is a link to a Vocabulary building site through the United Nations World Food Programme.  As students play the game, they accumulate rice which the World Food Program donates to developing nations.  Students can also switch the mode to French or Math.

 

Posted: April 3, 2020

Concours oratoire (online)

Canadian For French a décidé de faire le Concours d'art oratoire en ligne.

Students will be required choose a topic, write a speech and then record a youtube video (students have the choice to make the video private*) of themselves performing the speech in front of an audience of at least 1 person (time lengths vary dependant on grade & level - see rules and regulations) The deadline for entries will be May 2nd, 2020.  Winners will be announced by the end of May 2020.

 

 

Posted: March 31, 2020

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