Atelier de lecture : quelles stratégies pour quelles difficultés

Atelier de lecture : quelles stratégies pour quelles difficultés

Cycle 2, French Immersion, Teaching French, Montessori, School Stuff, School Ideas, School, Reading

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Just made this Question ball. While in a circle, Have students say the name of the person he/she is throwing to (to practice learning names). The person who catches it says their name again and answers whatever question their right thumb lands on.

Petit tour de ma classe - La classe de Mallory

Petit tour de ma classe

Primary French Immersion Resources: POMMES for editing our writing - Checklist pour vérifier son orthographe.

Primary French Immersion Resources: POMMES for editing our writing.I LOVE this as a grading code for my middle schoolers, but change the P to pronom, as they have punctuation down, but still make lots of pronoun errors.

French Parts of Speech Resources: les classes de mots. Posters with definitions and examples of 8 French parts of speech: noms, pronoms, verbes, adjectifs, adverbes, conjonctions, prépositions, déterminants.

French Parts of Speech Resources: les classes de mots. Posters with 8 French parts of speech and fun practice with clip cards!

Les créations de Stéphanie: Le jeu du pop corn - Atelier de classification des mots (2e cycle)

Les créations de Stéphanie: Le jeu du pop corn - Atelier de classification des mots (2e cycle)

French phonics games for Interactive Whiteboards or Internet | Jeux AUDIO TNI pour SmartBoard ou Internet

French phonics games for Interactive Whiteboards or Internet | Jeux AUDIO TNI pour SmartBoard ou Internet

Soyez un détective! 8 activités d'étude de mots/8 word work activities

Soyez un détective! 8 activités d'étude de mots/8 word work activities

Soyez un détective des mots! Be a word work detective with these 8 fun activities!

GRATUIT / FREE L'enfant place la syllabe OU et ON au bon endroit.

PDF Files Script and cursive versions Black and white 1 page per file "Place la syllabe au bon endroit: ou / on".

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