Mme. Comeau

Bienvenue à la 3e année! 2022-2023

Posted: April 6, 2020

In this file you will find the french names of all numbers to 100.

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Posted: April 6, 2020

Bonjour mes ami(e)s!

I miss all of your smiling faces, your personalities & great stories. I really wish we could be together at school again but for now we have to go on a different learning adventure: learning at home! 

Learning from home can be so much fun! Brennan learned how to change and wash his bed linens last week. He didn't think he could do it at first but after he did, and he was so proud of himself afterward! 

In the coming weeks, I would like to invite you to visit the Max Aitken Academy website (K-2 page), as every Monday morning we will be posting a grid of activities students may choose to try out. 

I'd also like to remind you that these are just some opportunities for learning while stuck at home, they are not mandatory. Students may also be learning through imaginative play, exercise, meal preparation, problem solving, hand-eye coordination, household chores, arts & crafts, etc.
Also, you should have received an email with log in information for your child to participate in the "Number Rumble" math competition, if they so choose. 

Other helpful tips: 
- continue reading (English or French), 
- listen to the French language (change an already familiar movie to French audio, put on French music, listen to the radio, watch a French cartoon...),
- speak French daily (to parents, siblings, pets, stuffed animals...just continue to practice forming French sounds with your mouth/tongue).

Don't hesitate to reach out with questions or concerns. My email address is
I will be posting here, on my teacher page as well! So check back!
Sending my love,
Mme Comeau

Posted: February 12, 2020

Students did receive a hard copy of the class list, but I saw a few floating around on the floor, so to be safe I am posting it here and it has already been posted on the "Mme Comeau" page on Facebook.


Posted: February 12, 2020


Mon, Feb 17/20 8:00 am

Posted: February 12, 2020


Fri, Feb 14/20 8:45 am

Today we will celebrate Valentine's Day.

Student may hand out Valentines if they wish, (I can print some for them to colour if they don't have any, but want them)
Students may bring/hand out treats if they'd like. (Suckers, fruit tray, popcorn, candy etc.)
Students can wear reds and pinks if they'd like to.

No obligation to bring/wear anything! but we will do some art projects and have a little fun this Friday!

Posted: November 27, 2019

Halloween is always busy, but also my favorite! Here are our little gouls and goblins.

Posted: November 21, 2019


Fri, Nov 22/19 9:00 am

In your child's report card envelope there was a slip of paper indicating your appointment time. Appointments are approx.10min. long to fit everyone in. See you soon!

Posted: November 21, 2019


Thu, Nov 21/19 4:00 pm

In your child's report card envelope there was a slip of paper indicating your appointment time. Appointments are approx.10min. long to fit everyone in. See you soon!

Posted: October 29, 2019


Thu, Oct 31/19 1:00 pm

At 1:00pm students will parade their costumes around the gym, class by class, to be judged for prizes. Parents are welcome to come watch. Reminders: No props (ie: fake weapons) & masks can only be worn during the parade.

If you wish to send class treats with your child, keep these things in mind:
- Treats are not at all necessary.
- We have 19 students in our class.
- We are a nut safe school and have a severe nut allergy in our class.
- We will be passing out treats between recess and lunch hour. (with limits on what they can eat before lunch)

Posted: October 3, 2019

Revision des voyelles

Voici une collection des chansons pour les voyelles. 


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Added: Thu, Jan 27 2022