Dear Parents and Guardian,
“Happy Holidays”/”Bonnes Fêtes!”
“Joyeux Noel et Bonne Annee 2019”! Best wishes for 2019!
Thank you so much for your gifts: your kindness touched my heart and I am grateful for you. I wish you all an enjoyable and restful break with family and friends!
Semester 1 is over! I am very proud of all my students’accomplishments.
Here some insights into the learning throughout the grades:
We learned to name all school and recess activities. We can tell which ones we like or don’t like. Unit 3 is among us and we have an encounter with the French family Legrand: we are learning where they live, find the people inside their home and tell where they are. Also, we are still counting and we aim to reach 30 in numbers and in letters. We continue to practice writing the date.
We finished Unit 3: La famille Legrand.
We learned about all objects found in Leo’s room, tell about the siblings we have, name the family members that live with us and the pets we have. We are moving forward to Unit 4: En forme?/in shape? We are currently working on learning about the parts of the face and use “I have/ J’ai…”
After we worked on the days, the months and the seasons, we practiced writing the date. We moved to Unit 3: en ville/in the city. We learned to name all the places and stores we can go to and follow directions to get to a place.
After we worked on the days, the months and the seasons, we practiced writing the date. We moved to Unit 3: en ville/in the city. We learned to name all the places and stores we can go to and follow directions to get to a place. We can recognize some workers in regard of masculine and feminine nouns and we are starting to use European currency to buy things (say the price right, give change back…). We are still working on our numbers and we aim to reach 100.
I am excited about what is left to do and look forward to see all my students back in 2019, full of enthusiasm and energy to continue the journey of learning the French language.
A tres bientot!