This site tells about the women that led the way for women's rights in Canada.
Virtual manipulatives for all grades: Number and Operations, Algebra, Geometry, Measurement, Data Analysis, & Probability.
The Mathematics Glossary is a glossary of terms selected to support the learning outcomes identified in the Alberta Mathematics Program of Studies. The glossary is designed for teachers to use with their students.
Practice measurement, geometry, additition and so much more.
Math 5 Live
This collection of interactive mathematics resources was developed for elementary school students. It includes lessons on the following topics: Place Value; Multiples, Factors, Primes, and Composites; Proper Fractions; Equivalent Fractions; Comparing and Ordering Fractions; Comparing and Ordering Decimals; Addition and Subtraction of Decimals; Multiplication of Whole Numbers; Division of Whole Numbers; Time; and Slides, Flips, and Turns. Activity sheets, a glossary, parent notes, and teacher support materials are included.
This link has OVER 4000 online activities to help you learn French.
French as a Second Language
Great Canadian website - for students, parents and teachers! Click on the links - Beginner, Easy, Intermediate or Board Games. Parents and teachers - click on the coloured menu for more tips and information.
Quinze Minutes Plus - Episode 1: Salut!
For Grade 4. This French language video shows people from Dijon, France and Guadeloupe saying hello (bonjour, salut) and answering the following questions: Où habitez-vous? ; Où habites-tu? ; De quelle nationalité es-tu? ; D’où venez-vous? ; D’où viens-tu? The dialogue in the video focuses on French language phrases and vocabulary related to greetings, leave-takings and the expression avoir… ans.
Quinze Minutes Plus - Episode 4: Ma famille
For Grade 4. This French language video features young people from Guadeloupe and France talking about their families. They introduce themselves and their families, and are shown participating in daily activities. They also answer the following questions: Tu as des frères et des sœurs? ; Ton frère, il a quel âge? ; Ta sœur, elle a quel âge? ; Qu’est-ce que tu fais avec tes parents? The dialogue in the video focuses on French language phrases and vocabulary related to the names of family members, ages, and family activities.
Bonjour les amis! (Hello Friends!)
For Grade 4 and 5. This interactive digital resource supports elements of the Grade 4 and Grade 5 French as a Second Language Nine-Year Program of Studies. The Bonjour les amis! resource provides presentation, practice and production activities. Each scenario starts with an animation that presents new linguistic and cultural content. Follow-up activities involve listening and reading as well as pronunciation, writing, and speaking. Some activities include additional explanations and each scenario presents one or two production activities. Students may follow a suggested sequence or access activities in any order. This resource exposes students to a variety of French speakers and cultural content from different areas of Canada and from other French-speaking countries.
Quinze Minutes Plus - Episode 3: Chez moi
For Grade 5. This French language video shows young people from Pointe-à-Pitre, Guadeloupe and Dijon, France talking about where they live, the possessions that can be found in their homes, and their daily activities. They are also shown answering the following questions: Tu habites en ville ou à la campagne? ; Tu habites dans un appartement ou dans une maison? ; Qu’est-ce que tu fais dans ta chambre? ; Tu partages ta chambre? ; Qu’est-ce qu’il y a dans ta chambre? The dialogue in the video focuses on French language phrases and vocabulary related to rooms in a house, activities done in these rooms, and morning routines. The video also shows a typical French breakfast.
Quinze Minutes Plus - Episode 2: En ville
For Grade 5 and 6. This French language video features people from Pointe-à-Pitre, Guadeloupe and Dijon, France describing various places in their respective cities. They also respond to the following questions: Dijon, c’est quoi pour toi? ; A quelle heure tu rentres à la maison? ; À quelle heure vous rentrez à la maison? ; A quelle heure vos enfants rentrent à la maison? The dialogue in the video focuses on French language phrases and vocabulary that describes places where people can go in Dijon and in Pointe- à-Pitre.