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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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How to teach patterning in a French kindergarten class. Learn how to introduce French patterning, as well as activity ideas to practice the skills in centres or in small groups.

How to Teach Patterning in Kindergarten in 3 Easy Steps

Patterning is one of those skills that seem really basic, but can have a big payoff for students! Patterning in Kindergarten helps students make predictions, make connections, and establish critical thinking skills. Patterns are not only a part of our daily life, but are seen in math, language, and more.

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How to practice the alphabet in Kindergarten French Immersion

5 Ways to Practice Alphabet Recognition in Kindergarten

Alphabet recognition is a big goal for kindergarten students, and it takes lots of practice before students master it. That means coming up with tons of creative activities and exercises to challenge students’ alphabet recognition! I want to share French alphabet activity ideas that are easy to set up and

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4 Fun Spring Sensory Bin Ideas

I got really excited to come up with new spring sensory bin ideas for my kindergarten students. Not only is it a fun creative outlet to plan unique sensory bins, but they love them! I wanted to share with you some of the spring sensory bin ideas I came up

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How to Dye Sensory Filler

Sensory bins are so beneficial for young children. They provide kids with a hands-on way to explore using their senses. They’re also a great opportunity to learn to play cooperatively, work on fine motor skills, develop their language skills, and more! In this post, I’ll be providing you with step by step instructions on how to dye sensory filler.

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10 French Syllable Activities That Your Students Will Love

Ever found yourself struggling with how to teach French syllables to your students? Well, you’re not alone! The world of syllables can sometimes feel like a linguistic maze, but fear not, because I’ve got your back. Practicing how to read French syllables is important. It helps students learn basic decoding

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The Easiest Way to Dye Wood Toys

I love Grimms toys as much as the next person, but they can get pricey really quick! I own their rainbow as well as some other wood toys. I really love how open ended they are. I’ve been looking for ways to make rainbow dyed toys at home. With some

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French Letter Sounds: Learn to Read Series

Teaching students how to read can be one of the most stressful things to do as a teacher. It isn’t always easy and there are a lot of factors that come into play. It’s important to remember that learning to read is a developmental process and kids progress at their

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Kindergarten Flow of the Day

In this post, I’ll be describing my Kindergarten Flow of the Day. For context, my school hours are 8:00-2:30. I would switch classes around 11:15 every day. The times I put in are approximate. I went by the cues of my students rather than the clock. Sometimes if the students

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