The 'typical homework' will be to read over stories and review vocabulary that we are practicing in the classroom as most work will be completed in class.
*It is recommended to sit with your child for 10-15 minutes to read and/or let them teach you some French*
Social Studies (Études Sociales)
People and Environments: Living and Working in Ontario
Heritage and Identity: Communities in Canada
People and Environments: Political and Physical Regions of Canada
People and Environments: Early Societies, 3000BCE-1500CE
Reading Resources and Websites
This site includes a variety of FREE online books that are organized by reading level. Create an account for your child and monitor their progress. (If you have trouble understanding French you can select English to help you set up the account). This site is great for extra support reading. You can recommend books for your child to read by placing them in the "suitcase". Your child can choose to read along, have it read to them and they can even record themselves reading. At the end of every story, there are a few comprehension questions to check their understanding.
Websites (resources, songs & games)
Duolingo www.duolingo.com/ (for you & your child) TRY IT OUT!! This is such a great program that can teach you and your child how to read, write, speak and understand french! It is organized by levels from basic to advanced! When I see programs like this available, I often think "technology these days".
TFO and TFO Kids www.tfo.org/en/kids
This site seems to be a popular one for the students. Here you can find games, songs, videos, cartoons, educational apps and much more!!
Radio jeunesse Canada ici.radio-canada.ca/Jeunesse/
This site is another popular one for the students!
La monde des petits www.mondedestitounis.fr/
This site is another great one! Many stories to read/listen, games, songs etc.
La souris www.lasouris-web.org/index.html
This website has links to many other french sites!
Songs found on Youtube
Bonjour- Alain le lait www.youtube.com/watch?v=atNkI6QFZ50