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Where in the World…?

February 28, 2013
Where in the World…?

Making Geography Fun Remember this game? Well, I do!  It is fun but for my students, although very bright, I think it would be hard at first since it covers the globe, so I had an idea! Why not make our own version? I’m going to wear a big safari-type hat and explain to...
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Explore Chinese New Year by making Fortune Cookies and a Lantern

January 4, 2011
Explore Chinese New Year by making Fortune Cookies and a Lantern

Chinese New Year is an important Chinese holiday. A few interesting details: It’s believed that it is important to start the New Year off on the right foot, so eating something sweet for breakfast symbolizes a sweet and pleasant beginning. Having new clothes for the New Year is important. It is considered unlucky to...
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For our French Immersion Day we Prepared Lunch

December 8, 2010
For our French Immersion Day we Prepared Lunch

French Immersion Day The students love to cook and we couldn’t do a unit on France without cooking!  We have our students divided into 6 multi-aged groups that we use for clean up groups and other activities.  Each group selected a culinary treat to be responsible for bring in the supplies and ingredients.  The...
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French Immersion Day!

November 26, 2010
French Immersion Day!

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We’re Going to France! Viva la France!

October 6, 2010
We’re Going to France!  Viva la France!

Studying France Yesterday we launched our study on France.  What fun!  Venee dressed up as Madeline (she looked sweet), Kristen agreed to be a tourist (she is such a good sport) and I was the goofy painter with a mustache. We talked about what they all knew about France and what they wanted to...
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