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Posted: April 13, 2020

This is a list of all of the sight words for grade 1FI. I have broken them up weekly as I have been doing since the beginning of the year, so I will continue doing so. This list is just in case you would like to do flip cards or a review with your child. 

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Posted: April 13, 2020

This Bingo math game is printable and works on the strategy of ONE more. 

 

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Posted: April 13, 2020

Bonjour mes élèves!! I hope you had a wonderful Easter weekend with your families! We are starting week 2 of home learning, and I will be calling you all to see how you did last week! I hope you enjoyed some of the activities I posted! 

I will be posting mainly literacy and numeracy activities, but I will also include some STEAM and Art activities throughout the weeks. Remember that none of these activities are mandatory, however will help with preparing students for their grade 2 year in french immersion. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to email me anytime. 

Here are some activities for the week: 

Sound of the week: "b" : The action for this sound is close your fist with your thumb sticking up to make a B, and say b, b, b. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g7Jtfy98TBo

I also included an image gallery with sound activities for b and d sounds students can do. 

Sound website: There is also a free subscription for a snakes and ladder interactive game board if you would like to play it with your family members for sound work and phonemic awareness: https://serpentsetechelles.auroyaumedessons.com/1/ . Click on the question card, read and answer the question, roll the dice, and move your game piece. Have fun!

Username: rebecca.hitchman@nbed.nb.ca

Access Code d'accès : Rebecca.hitchman55177

Sight words: I will be also attaching a document with the entire grade 1 sight words, but will break them down by week.  You can go to https://www.wordreference.com/ to get the audio for these words.  

  1. Bonjour
  2. Belle
  3. Bien
  4. Bon
  5. Bonne

Writing/Sentence making: Please visit the BOOM Card website: https://wow.boomlearning.com/student I posted last week.

Also, students can try to write a friendly letter to me, or a family member using words they know and this week's sight words! 

Math: Please continue to work on skip counting by 2s, 5s, 10s to 50. I will be posting a BINGO game on my documents that you can play to work on ONE more. All instructions are in english. 

Art: You can check out this free art activity website with step by step lessons!

https://www.deepspacesparkle.com/category/art-lessons/first-grade-art-lessons/

I will include the Activity Mat in my image gallery! 

Have a wonderful week! Check out the image gallery as well of pictures some students sent to me as well! Great learning everyone! Je suis tellement fière!!

Bon Lundi! 

Mme Hitchman

Posted: April 9, 2020

Some Home learning happening! Kailey was learning how to tap trees for maple syrup and painted a beautiful picture of the Easter Bunny! Bon travail! 

Posted: April 8, 2020

Vois-tu mon arbre de Pâques?? Jackson et Jayda aiment les oeufs! Jayda a essayé de les manger!Vois-tu un son sur l'arbe? Feel free to send me any Easter pictures via email! :) Joyeuses Pâques tout le monde!!  Mme Hitchman

Posted: April 7, 2020

This document goes along with the Zorbit Math website and has some Easter Math games and activities. 

It does require a printer, or you can copy it down on paper. 

:) Mme Hitchman

Posted: April 7, 2020

Bounjour! A little exercise gameboard that students could do for number learning in french. Roll a dice and also get some exercise in! Start with a toy car or a little toy at home at the start "DEBUT" and when whoever get to the finish line "VICTOIRE" wins! Have fun!

 

Posted: April 7, 2020

Zorbit Math Video

If any of my students have been working on the Zorbit Math website, you can follow along with this video that was just posted on how to break apart the number 24 and how to group numbers using POPCORN! If you have some paper and crayons at home, you can also follow along with the video and pause it when prompted. 

* Also if you notice it starts about a minute in, just scroll back the video to the beginning. 

Have fun!

Mme Hitchman

Posted: April 7, 2020

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Posted: April 6, 2020

Math Polygon Site

My students have worked on these activities in class for Math. They should be very familiar to them and there are also sound and reading activities they can use as well. 
Just click on the program that you are using. Safari, Chrome or Microsoft Edge.

 

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