Mme. Comeau

Bienvenue à la 3e année! 2022-2023

Posted: December 10, 2020

Link for Facebook page

Facebook is easier to upload a quick snap of a notice that was sent home and a large portion of our parents are on Facebook, so I often post reminders for special events/meals/days off, etc. on there. (Any photos of students, or their work, is usually added to this page.)

If you frequent Facebook and want to check it out, I thought I'd share the link. 

Posted: December 10, 2020

Reminder that we are recording our songs for the Christmas Concert tomorrow morning (First thing! Friday Dec. 11)

Students can dress as they would normally, but they are asked to also bring a hat and mittens, scarf, earmuffs, etc, for one of their songs.

Posted: November 14, 2020

Posted: November 14, 2020

This is a day every year where teachers are challenged to teach a class outdoors for at least 30 minutes.

We had a scavenger hunt. We were working on fall vocabulary,  reading comprehension & team work.

We had a blast too!

Posted: November 14, 2020

Posted: November 14, 2020

Posted: October 7, 2020

We have started off this year reviewing the sounds from grade 1. Most importantly the vowels!
This link will take you to a youtube playlist of all of the vowel songs we have practiced.
(Plus, é and è which we are doing over the next few school days.)

Posted: October 7, 2020

Happy Wednesday!

I just wanted to send off a quick note that the homework copied in your child's 1/2 notebook labelled "Devoirs" is written for the week. They have until Friday morning to finish that work, unless otherwise stated. (Hopefully this helps if children are in swimming, dance, hockey, etc.) 
We have started slow with practicing number recognition and, this week, a couple sheets of printing practice.
Soon we will add reading homework (Guided reading books should be read daily & returned to school each day). 

Reminders: Please know that whatever is sent home has always been gone over/reviewed/read already in class and your child should know what to do, if they were being good listeners. (Which they would be!)

Ways to practice numbers 1 to 50
 - Point to or write down a random number and have your child name it (reference the chart of numbers & their names in the homework folder)
 - (if you can say they numbers in French) Say the number and have your child write it, or point to it.
 - Have your child count forward & backwards, starting at different numbers.
 - Click on this link and have your child sing and watch the "worm song" 

Posted: September 16, 2020

*Welcome/Bienvenue to the 2020-2021 school year!*

I am so excited to watch this group of students learn and grow!
Check bach here each week for reminders, photos, links, important documents and other information!


Posted: May 13, 2020

If I didn't get to speak with you last week, I will be calling this week! (Or already have) I love hearing what you've all been up to since we last spoke. 

Please send me photos and videos of all the exciting things you've been doing and also of any work you'd like to share.

You can find this week's activities grid here.

Over the last couple of weeks, I sent everyone a list of sight words that your child was still having trouble after the Christmas holidays. If they are comfortable reading those words now, they may move onto the next list of words. (Not all were introduced yet, when we left the classroom, but if they feel like they want to challenge themselves; choose 7-10 words per week to practice reading. Spelling by heart is not the goal, just familiarizing themselves and being able to read the word.) I will try to upload a list of words each week using the words in a sentence, for meaning. I will also TRY to record myself saying the word and sentence to help with pronounciation. 

I also just sent out passwords for Raz-Kids and assigned each student a book or two (begining levels) to try out the site. If I see your child has gone on and done well, I will then assign them a more challenging level book. Check your email for more information. 

Finally, if I spoke with you last week on the phone, feel free to reply to my emails anytime and I will respond when I get a minute. If you want to chat, I will try to find the time to call you before bedtime. I miss you all!

Talk to you soon!


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Added: Thu, Jan 27 2022
Le son Ee - René Renard
Le son Ii - Isabelle Iguane
Le son Aa - Aline Abeille