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French activity ideas for the end of the year

6 French Summer Activities Your Students Will Love

As the school year winds down, it’s easy for routines and structures to unravel, leaving both teachers and students yearning for the sweet taste of summer freedom. However, maintaining routine and structure is key to having a stress-free end of the school year. But that doesn’t mean you can’t use

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French phonological awareness activities and reading activities aligned with the Science of Reading

20 Science of Reading Activities in French Immersion and Core French

Explore Science of Reading activities in French within the evolving landscape of education. There’s a growing focus on evidence-based practices, especially in teaching reading. The Science of Reading is a key player, providing a research-backed approach to build strong foundational skills in students. If you’re struggling to incorporate these principles

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French books for pride month that you can read aloud to your class

6 Best French Books for Pride Month

French books for Pride Month are the perfect way to kick off June! It’s that time of the year again, and here in Canada, Pride Month is just around the corner. It’s easily one of my favorite times of the year, filled with vibrant parades, embracing diversity, and spreading messages

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10 free french literacy resources for French immersion

10 Free French Literacy Resources Your Students Will Love

Bonjour friends! I’ve got exciting news – we’re exploring ten free French literacy resources to boost your students’ French skills!  From sight word flashcards to fun journal prompts, these tools are a treasure trove for French teachers. I know you work hard to ignite a passion for French.  That’s why

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4 soil science experiment ideas to use with your soils in the environment science unit

4 Fun Experiments for Your Soil Science Unit

Sometimes, the best way for your young students to learn is through hands-on activities. In fact, studies show that students learn a significant amount in ‘active learning’ environments, and children retain 75% of the information they practice when they learn.  Put simply, hands-on learning leads to better retention rates and

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5 spring activities for French immersion students

5 Engaging French Spring Activities for Reading and Writing

Seasonal activities are a fun way to introduce new vocabulary and strengthen students’ literacy skills. Especially when working with French Immersion students, a theme can add context to new words and create meaning – which helps with language acquisition! I want to share five of my favourite French spring activities

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The easiest way to DIY a teacher toolbox

4 Tips for Creating the Perfect Teacher Toolbox

You spend hours gathering and organizing supplies for students. But what about your teaching supplies?! My favourite way to store my frequently used teaching supplies is inside a teacher toolbox. You can store it on your desk or in a part of the room that you frequent so that everything

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4 French mentor texts for your narrative writing unit. These read aloud books will make teaching writing a breeze

4 French Narrative Writing Mentor Texts You’ll Love

We all know the importance of using French read alouds in the classroom, especially when teaching narrative writing. But French narrative writing mentor texts can be hard to find! I’ve compiled a list of French children’s books I love using when teaching narrative writing in French to my students, and

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4 French Christmas activity ideas for primary french immersion and core french

4 French Christmas Activities Your Students Will Love

I don’t know about you, but I find that those last few weeks before winter break can just drag on and on! Students are getting restless in their seats, and your patience is wearing. This is the perfect opportunity to use fun French Christmas activities that engage students while also

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