Voici quatre histoires interactives et désopilantes : Le vilain petit ver, Pierre et ses souliers magiques, Le petit Chaperon mauve et Les trois petits kangourous. Ces histoires utilisent la formule classique, texte-voix-illustration, tout en faisant appel à la participation du lecteur.
Great little interactive stories here ideas for computer time. Students can listen to the story and add details to the pictures. They can even print their creations.
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More great pirate themed resources including a great project booklet you can use with students to have them create their own flag or their own treasure map.
A collection of smartboard files in French. There are some wonderful files here. A smartboard calendar, some fun games, a few Jeopardy file here as well as some smartboard files for Sounds, nutrition and other themes. Don't let the FSL tag fool you - there are some good french immersion resources here.
Updated! Quickly print name labels from class lists. Now supports multipage printing, saving labels as JPEG and uploads.
This is a nice little tool that allows you to create and print lables for your class quickly in any language. The name list can easily be changed and doesn't have to be names. I used it to create a list of sight-words for a matching game my students can play during free time.
I prefer to teach my students to type accents this way: http://mmehawtree.blogspot.ca/2012/03/typing-accents-easy-way-really.html ; but I can see sometimes where this online application would be useful. It allows you to click on foreign language symbols and include them in a text. I was thinking they would be great for a computer lab sound dictée. Mme says the sounds and the students must find them at the top of the page.
A collection of French songs great for Kindergarten and grade 1 students. Songs include lyrics and you can listen to the music too. I found some new ones here that I will be adding to my weekly poem book.
site éducatif animé de soutien scolaire pour réviser une leçon, préparer un devoir, un contrôle, un examen ou un exposé avec des centaines de films en Sciences, Sciences sociales, histoire, Géo, Technologie, Art et Musique,Santé, Maths, Anglais...
I don't know how I missed this but did you know Brain POP was available in French?
Des générations: la classe branchée d'hier à demain.
A song on the evolution of technology. Some tricky vocabulary and expressions but a good little song. The animation for this video is very well done and the the song is sung slowly - perfect for Immersion students.
Create a free website or blog in minutes by using a simple drag and drop interface. No ads.
There is a french language option on this website which means that you can have students working on a French interface when creating their website or blogs. It is free and fairly easy to use. The new iphone app means you can even edit your webite on Idevices.
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