Monday, April 23, 2018

EAL A10L Canadian Money

Happy Friday everyone!  You can look at the following websites and play games to help you count Canadian money.

Canada in My Pocket Song

Counting coins worksheets
Create free worksheets for counting all Canadian coins and some bills. You can choose the number of
coins, the maximum total amount, and the number of problems.
http://www.homeschoolmath.net/worksheets/canadian-money.php

Change maker
Determine how many of each denomination you need to make the exact change. Good and clear pictures!
Playable in US, Canadian, Mexican, UK, or Australian money.
http://www.funbrain.com/cashreg/index.html

Cash Out -- Making Change Game Using Canadian Coins
Click on money icons (Canadian bills and coins) until you have given back the exact change.
http://mrnussbaum.com/cash-out-canada/

Lunch Lady
Add up the prices of the children's lunch items.
http://mrnussbaum.com/lunchlady/

Money Master
Make the given money amounts by dragging coins to the work area, or give change.
http://www.mathsisfun.com/money/money-master.html

Peter Pig's Money Counter
Sort coins, find the total amount (in coins), and compare two amounts of money (in coins).
http://practicalmoneyskills.ca/games/peterpigs/

Friday, April 13, 2018

Idioms Assignment (EAL A10L)


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Go to the following website and complete the Online Idiom Assignment.

 You will need to provide me with a list of the idioms and their REAL meanings on a separate piece of note paper. Write the idiom and its meaning.

Choose 8 idioms to draw as shown in the example.  Fold a piece of white paper into 8 squares. In each square, write the idiom at the top, draw a picture of what it sounds like it means and write the definition at the bottom of the square for what its real meaning is and how people understand it.

Your definitions will be due on Monday. Pictures are due on Tuesday, April 17th but you will not have any additional class time to complete the assignment after today so work hard today!



Tuesday, February 27, 2018

The Girl with Red Hair Audio

You can view and listen to The Girl with Red Hair to help you study for your reading test here:


Tuesday, December 5, 2017

Build a Snowman with Google Slides




Do you want to build a snowman?




We are going to make a snowman using Google Slides today. You can make your own snowman and then write something about it. You can write about what it looks like, what it likes to do or even write a creative story about your snowman.

Here's the link we will be using to make our snowmen today:

Build a Snowman

After you make and save your snowman, be sure to share it with Ms. Keil at trudy.keil@rbe.sk.ca and I will put them together in one slideshow and make a little book. Be sure to write your name!