Monthly Archives: February 2018

Mon animal préféré

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The 2nd graders have been working on describing animals in French. They worked then on a little project, presenting their favorite animal. They had to say what color(s) it is, what does it eat and where does it live. Here are some of their projects!

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Recent Kindergarten Buddy Activities

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The 8th Grade has recently done some fun Buddy activities.  In January 8th Graders brought their favorite picture story book from their childhood to read to their Buddy.  Pillows and stuffed animals helped to create the cozy atmosphere.

In February we gathered for a Valentines Day celebration, dipping strawberries in melted chocolate, then making cards for each other.

Dans un restaurant

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Salut à toutes et à tous,

Récemment, dans la classe de 4th grade, les étudiants ont créé leurs menus et les ont utilisés pour faire des sketches: dans un restaurant. Un sacré bon moment, avec de beaux costumes, des rires et déjà quelques grands talents d’acteurs/actrices.

À très bientôt pour plus d’aventures dans la classe de français.

 

Que faire à San Francisco?

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With the 3rd graders, we worked a lot about souvenirs one can bring back from France or another city. By groups, they prepared poster about San Francisco, explaining what is San Francisco famous for, what tourists can do/visit in the city, which souvenirs they should buy and what they should eat.

 

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Engineering Week

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This week, students played problem solving games and used robots in class to celebrate Engineering Week. In the upper grades, students planned a city in the game Don’t Flood the Fidgets and learned how to program Edison robots with barcode and software. In the lower grades, students played PBS Kids Engineering Games and programmed Bluebots to travel on a grid or across a world map.


Kindergarteners estimated how may steps it would take their
robot to make it to it’s destination.