As you may or may not know, I am actually teaching Kindergarten French Immersion this year so I will not be using this blog as a classroom blog. I do hope you can still find it useful in supporting your child. I will be posting regularly to my Kindergarten class blog (http://laclassedemmerobinson.wordpress.com).
I hope you have an awesome start to the school year!
So, with a week and a bit before the start of another school year, I wanted to share the link to my Kindergarten class blog:
My goal is to post two to three times a week to share the things that we are doing in class. As we go through the year, I also want to post audio clips or us singing and chanting poems. I will also be posting pictures of student work samples and students under a password protected page only.
I hope you continue to use this site to help you support your language learners!
After having spent months working on this website geared for Grade 1 French Immersion, it turns out I will not be teaching Grade 1 come September.
All is not lost! I have decided that instead of changing this entire blog to suit my new Kindergarten class, I am going to keep it up and running as a resource site for parents of students in Grade 1 French Immersion.
I have removed a lot of classroom related parts and have kept all the useful material to help anyone with a child in Grade 1 F.I.
I hope this website will continue to help parents as they navigate the waters of early French Immersion.
When I have my Kindergarten site up and running, I will post a link here so you can see what we’re up to in the classroom. Also, if you have suggestions of content to add to this site to make is more helpful please let me know.
Looking forward to new adventures, this time in Kindergarten!
To those who are visiting my blog for the first time, welcome. As I continue to develop, modify, and add content to this site PLEASE feel free to send me any feedback you may have in the form of a comment or an e-mail.
Thank you for taking a look and I hope you like it!
This blog is currently under construction in preparation for the 2011/2012 school year. Feel free to use it right now but there is much more to come…