Liens

Please note: I’ve added a series of new links which are now listed in the Webcat section of this blog. Webcat is our school catalogue. It also gives us access to a series of great databases.

As navigating Webcat can be challenging, I have selected my favourite databases and linked them to the Webcat page on this blog.

Links we are currently using (or have used in the past)

 

 

Mathématiques

Math en poche

Aqua Math

Create a Graph

 

 

Français – Outils

 

 

Français – Emissions télé et autres vidéos

C’est pas sorcier (émission française, distribuée sur YouTube)

Office National du Film (NFB)

 

 

English – Digital Storytelling 

Zimmer Twins

 

 

Writing – Brainstorming

bubbl

Popplet (will require an account – ask your parents!)

 

 

English – Dictionaries

Ninja Words

Visual Dictionary

Phras.in

Tip of My Tongue

 

Art

Artcyclopedia

 

Music

Qwerty Beats

 

 

Health and Career

Titanium Chef

 

 

Sciences

Bill Nye, the Science Guy

Take a look at the Webcat page for a series of fun sites!

 

 

Sciences Humaines

Les candidats pour les élections fédérales de 2015

A History of the Chinese in Canada

Immigrant Voices: Chinese Labourers

Canada Science and Technology Museum (photos)

The Ties That Bind: Canadian Pacific Railroad (Chinese railroad workers)

Chinese Canadian Historical Exhibit

The Kids’ Site of Canadian Trains

La ruée vers l’or – Gold Rush

The Kids’ Site of Canadian Settlement (Explore the Communities)

The Kids’ Site of Canadian Settlement (fur trade)

The Kids’ Site of Canadian Settlement

Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21

BBC – Why Do People Migrate?

Library and Archives Canada – The Early Chinese Canadian

Year Book – 1852 to 1936 – Numbers of Immigrant Arrivals in Canada

Year Book – 1913 to 1965 – Number of Immigrant Arrivals in Canada

Worldometers

La Banque Mondiale

Awesome Stories

 

 

Fun Stuff

 

 

Links for Parents

FRIENDS for Life

Helping with handwriting

 

 

Assessment

BC Performance Standards describe levels of achievement in key areas of your child’s learning.