Monday, 19 October 2015

Le Canada

Test Thursday (Oct 22nd)







1.  Terre-Neuve
2.  Île du Prince Edouard
3.  Nouvelle-Écosse
4.  Nouveau-Brunswick
5.  Québec
6.  Ontario
7.  Manitoba
8.  Saskatchewan
9.  Alberta
10.  Colombie-Britannique
11.  Yukon   
12.  Territoires du Nord-Ouest
13.  Nunavut

14.  Océan Pacifique
15.  Océan Arctique
16.  Océan Atlantique
17.  Etats-Unis

a)  lac  Supérieur
b)  lac  Michigan
c)  lac  Huron
d)  lac  Érié
e)  lac  Ontario

Tuesday, 6 October 2015

Online Math Review

Math Test Next Wednesday!  (October14th)


Grade 4 

Read, represent, compare and order numbers to 10 000

Math Review (Click on LINK below)
To do:  Chapter 2  Numeration     Lessons 1-4 and 6-7

http://math4.nelson.com/studentcentre/studtryout.html#ch2


Grade 5 

Read, represent, compare and order numbers to 100 000

Math Review  (Click on LINK below)
To do:  Chapter 2 Numeration    Lessons 2-6

http://math5.nelson.com/studentcentre/studtryout.html#ch2




Monday, 5 October 2015

Leçon 1-3 Français

Please review the following French lessons with your child.  There will be an assessment on Thursday this week.  I have attached a review sheet for each lesson on this post.   You can also review the work in your child's French notebook at home.

We have been reviewing these lessons on a daily basis.

Students are encouraged to apply these lessons to their written work every day!  













Wednesday, 23 September 2015

Le Canada

Students are learning to locate all 10 provinces and 3 territories in Canada on a map.  Please practice this week!   En français SVP






1.  Terre-Neuve
2.  Ile du Prince Edouard
3.  Nouvelle Ecosse
4.  Nouveau Brunswick
5.  Québec
6.  Ontario
7.  Manitoba
8.  Saskatchewan
9.  Alberta
10.  Colombie Britannique
11.  Yukon
12.  Territoires du nord-ouest
13.  Nunavut

Friday, 18 September 2015

Leçon 1 -Masculin Féminin Pluriel





Students learned that most words ending with an "e" are usually féminin.   
A word that is a girl but doesn't end with "e "is féminin also. (une soeur (sister))


Words that don't end with an "e" are usually masculin.
A word that is a boy but ends with "e" is masculin also. (un frère (brother))

There are many exceptions to this rule.  We have a list posted in the classroom.

Students also learned that when we have more than one object in the sentence, we need to add an "s" at the end of the words, and this word is plural.  We write des, les, mes, tes, ses to these words.


Practice

______ province

______lacs

______ papa

______soeurs

______feuille

_______grand-père

______drapeau

______jeu

______ fille

_______crayons

______amis