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April 21
Learning Resources

Hi Tigers!

For the month of April and beginning of May, Caledonia teachers have recommended some resources and activities  you can do  from home.

We will update this site every month, with new ideas and things to try! 

Remember, every day you can be reading for 30 minutes, and also try to get 30 minutes of physical activity.

In April, we celebrate Earth Day, so we have attached some things that relate to the environment and nature! 

You can access Khan Academy and do a virtual tour of a museum? It is a fun way to see places around the world, without leaving home! 

We miss you all. We hope everyone is staying safe, and healthy, with your families. Take care! 

For Math  (available as an app) This website contains grade level focused videos on Math. They have partnerships with a variety of museums and universities that allow students to tour museums or learn from MIT on a variety of subjects.

For English Website dedicated to reading comprehension. Select your grade level  and read a short story. There are multiple choice and short answer questions to support reading comprehension.  These can be printed or answered directly on the website.

Improve your students’ reading comprehension with ReadWorks. Access thousands of high-quality, free K-12 articles, and create online assignments with them for your students.

 For Technology

For Science has a variety of simulations that can allow students to conduct experiments on a variety of topics is a coding website teaching java script or python coding languages through playing a game.

FiLA Grade 6:  Level 2/ Module 1 to 5 Grade 7: Level 3 Module 1 to 5 

Suggested reading/ Lecture suggérée:  Level 2 / Niveau 2 
1) Les cinq sens
2) Christophe part en voyage 

If you are able to download the app, you can have 3 options (Narrator, Solo mode and Recording)

Compréhension de texte: 
Week 1: Texte 1: ''C'est ma vie''
Read the text and to answer the 5 reading comprehension questions
  • Lis le texte attentivement plusieurs fois à haute voix (reading out loud) 
  • Identifie 1.les mots amis, 2. les mots que tu conais  3. et les mots difficiles que tu ne comprends pas
  • Utilise le dictionnaire pour comprendre les mots difficiles
  • Maintenant tu peux commencer à répondre aux cinq (5) questions