Livres électroniques gratuits - Mélanie Brunelle
Liste de livres électroniques gratuits pouvant être lus avec la synthèse vocale (WordQ) afin d'aider les lecteurs dyslexiques.
What is it with you and journals?
"What is it with you and journals??" asks my husband, as I leave the bookstore with yet ANOTHER brand new journal! I looooooove j...
French Tips and Freebies e-Book: Winter 2014: Ressources gratuites en français
1st French Resources e-Book. We are excited to offer you k-12 Tips and Freebies that will warm your hearts and your classrooms. Afin de profiter pleinement des plaisirs de l'hiver 2014, 21 enseignantes/auteures de TpT se sont réunies pour créer le 1er Livre Digital Francophone Gratuit. Nous sommes ...
Compétence, vous avez dit compétence ? (2)
Le buz, vous disais-je ! Quatre twit'amis ont répondu à ma question " Qu'est-ce qu'une compétence ? " "Il est frappa-dingue!" , pensez-vous ! si, si, je vous entends penser! Mais sachez-le, je...
Les nouvelles histoires de Marlene Jobert (Editions Atlas): appears to be nonfiction (or at least informational/fact-based) original stories presented in the same manner as Marlene Jobert's Bientot Je Lis (story, song, synchronized cards, games, in-app purchases for additional stories); I'm interested in sharing these with Griffin because most of what we read in French is plot-and-character-based stories
French Immersion E-Learners
This free app is available on iTunes and at the Google Play store. I love it so much because it lets children create art using really interesting colorful effects that will leave children feeling stunned at the touch of their finger tips. My daughters have been using KidsDoodle at home and I have to do everything in my power to keep them from prying their tablet away from one another when they are taking turns on this app. My daughters created the following doodles and the words my older…
My First French Words: Another French spelling game with multiple levels and different scripts, this one even more appealing to emergent readers: the letters of each word are provided and you simply drag and drop them into place. This game separates the words into categories--animals, foods, and colors--and covers fewer words than Dictee Muette.
Coloriages Magiques CP (dev. by Emmanuel Crombez): color-by-letters activity, which Griffin really enjoys on the iPad; this app designed for preschoolers, with others from the same developer for older students (incorporating math, for example); I am considering purchasing this for him
Nathan Maternelle Grande section (5-6 ans): 24 (total) activities for reading, writing, and math (Delphine recommends with reservations due to the relatively small number of things to do); other versions of this app exist for different ages (Griffin has the preschool one but hasn't paid much attention to it)