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This project encourages students who are in the initial stages of acquiring French vocabulary and linguistic structures to use them in a creative and personalized way. Once the profiles have been created, students circulate around the room in a “meet & greet” activity where the monsters interview one another. This activity supports the goal of using French for self-expression and authentic communication.
Grade Level(s): 
Grade 6
Subject: 
Français langue seconde - immersion
The quantity of 5 is an essential benchmark number for young students, and a strong understanding of 5 will contribute to their understanding of 10, another significant benchmark number in our number system. As the complexity of number increases, the importance of understanding the decomposition of 10 in higher-level operations becomes evident. 
Grade Level(s): 
Kindergarten
Grade 1
Subject: 
Mathematics
We use patterns to represent identified regularities and to make generalizations. This lesson extends patterning concepts taught in Kindergarten and Grade 1, where students learned to identify and extend patterns with multiple attributes. It is essential for students to describe, extend, and make generalizations about patterns that seem to be the same or different. This kind of categorizing and generalizing is an important developmental step on the journey toward algebraic thinking. 
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Grade Level(s): 
Grade 2
Subject: 
Mathematics
Through this Makerspace activity, students come to know that Arts Education/Design and Science share a common process that involves the development and testing of hypotheses through direct investigation. Makerspaces incorporate thinking, inquiry, making and hands-on experiential learning through active engagement within small groups. 
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Grade Level(s): 
Grade 3
Subject: 
Arts Education
Cross-Curricular: 
Science
Applied Design, Skills, and Technologies
The intent of the A Seed Is Sleepy dance exercise is to introduce students to the relationship between movement and language. Students are asked to interpret and embody vocabulary and phrases from the story as dance movement.
Grade Level(s): 
Grade 2
Grade 3
Grade 4
Subject: 
Arts Education
Cross-Curricular: 
Science
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