Ms. Sharpe - Archived 11/2021

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Posted: June 1, 2020

Monday- Here is a car. How many wheels are there if there are 4 cars?

Tuesday- 44 friends prefer to swim in the pool, 16 friends prefer to swim in the ocean and 27 friends who do not like to swim. How many friends are there in all?

Wednesday- Draw two clocks. On the first clock, draw the time right now. On the second, draw the time in 2 and a half hours. 

Thursday- There were 172 caterpillars on the leaves. Then, 68 caterpillars made their cocoons. How many caterpillars are left?

Friday- Lolly wants to buy this bucket. Show three ways that she can pay. 

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We did it! We finally made it to June! I have enjoyed hearing from all of you and speaking with everyone. With only two weeks of official home learning remaining, we will begin to wind down home learning. I will be posting readings this week, but I will be focusing on report cards next week. I will still be reaching out to all of you so if there is anything I can do to help you, let me know. I also recognize that many of you returning to work full time in your workplaces. I wish you all the best in this transition. 


Number of the day- two "number of the day" for the week - 209 and 793

Problem of the day- New problems for the week. A translated version of this will be added to the document. 

Digital learning- Continue playing on Sumdog and Dreambox! Low tech game ideas: play yahtzee, uno, war, or cribbage (if you don't know how to play, perhaps parents or grandparents can help! First person to 120 wins!) Measuring out ingredients for recipes is another way to math math fun and interactive.


Sight words- vous, jamais, ta/ton/tes, même, vite, bien, oui, non, jusqu'à. I've recorded these words as well as a sample sentence to help you practice reading and writing with these words. Students don't need to be writing words like spelling words; writing should have them using them properly in a sentence. Practice reading and writing with these words. Send me a picture or video of you making sentences with these words! I would love to see you using them! 

Reading- make sure you are reading 30 minutes a day- English or French. I assigned a French book on for each child for the week. I am working on recording each book and will leave them up until Sunday, when I will remove them from the site.

Other opportunities

Be sure to check out the K-2 and 3-5 tabs for other ideas! Virtual olympics are still ongoing, so check out the daily challenges, snap some pictures or videos and send them to me!

Miss you all,

Mme. S

Due Date: 

Sunday, June 7, 2020

Posted: May 27, 2020

Posted: May 25, 2020

Monday- Use the two symbols to create a pattern with two attributes that change (two different patterns within the pattern/size, colour, shape, etc.)

Tuesday- There are 24 players on the blue team, and 27 players on the red team. How many players are there altogether?

Wednesday- Write a word problem for the subtraction sentence 25-6=19

Thursday- Dad made 102 cookies. Pierre ate 9 and Jean ate 8. How many cookies are left?

Friday- Write 5 addition sentences with the answer 95.


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Posted: May 20, 2020

Posted: May 11, 2020

Sorry for the blank version that was uploaded this morning, and thank you for letting me know it wasn't showing the actual words! 

Posted: May 4, 2020

Posted: April 27, 2020

Neil Gaiman has given his permission for his works to be read and shared. Here is part 2 of this epic adventure!

A few questions...

1) What are some of the dangers that the father experiences with the pirates? 

2) How would you have responded to the 2 options offered by the pirate queen?

Posted: April 26, 2020

Posted: April 19, 2020



Added: Tue, Jun 2 2020


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RAZ kids login- Reading
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Sight words Powerpoint