The Prix Albertine Jeunesse, a reader’s choice award, invites children between 3 and 14 years of age to choose their favorite book from a selection of works of Francophone youth literature. The prize seeks to reinforce the practice and love of reading among children. You are in for a treat as the author reads the students’ favorite at the end of the video!
Studying motion objects was a great way to learn about the transfer of energy. In both French and English the students learned about the transfer of energy from potential to kinetic to heat and then learned how to stop an object using friction. Bravo!
Now that the students know how to read they can further their comprehension skills. We can use the story from class to improve observation skills.
Une petite vidéo des 4th grade (CM1) qui dansent sur du Charleston.
Après une étude approfondie de la musique jazz et des plus grands noms comme Louis Armstrong et Ella Fitzgerald, ils interprètent une danse des années 1920.
After studying Jazz music and discovering Jazz artists like Louis Armstrong and Ella Fitzgerald, the students learned to dance this dance from the 1920’s.
Caroline challenged her 2nd grade students to make the longest chain reaction possible, to accomplish a simple task. Enjoy!
In fourth grade, students are learning about various landmarks that reveal the history of California. They chose a landmark to research, use visit their landmark, and were offered the chance to construct it using the virtual platform of Minecraft. Students enjoyed being able to “see” their landmark via VR and many chose to use technology to share what they had researched as well as a recreation. They presented their projects to their class to spread the knowledge of these iconic places in California.
“The First Graders celebrated the 100th day of school on Tuesday, February 25. Each child brought in a collection of 100 items. Both classes spent the morning working on activities dealing with the number 100. The students worked in teams building the number 100 with puzzles, decorating glasses with the number 100 and solving 100 math problems. They also worked together to complete physical activities such as 100 jumping jacks, hopping 100 times and touching their heads 100 times. The first graders are proud to have completed their first 100 days of school!”