Mrs. Gallant

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Posted: November 4, 2021

Input and Output song--kinda funny but helpful!

Posted: November 4, 2021

Writing Rules for Input/Output tables

This is a short video that quickly explains how to write rules. 

Posted: November 4, 2021

Intro to Functions: understanding Input and Output tables

This video starts off slow but it really does explain the how and why of functions, so stick with it and it should help a lot!


Posted: November 1, 2021

Grade 6: Factor Trees

Many of my Grade 6 'Mathletics Crew' has had difficulty with factoring and completing factor trees. Watch this video up until 3 min, 30 sec and complete factor trees for the following numbers: 64, 90, 85, 76. 

Remember, do not use 1 in your factor trees and always make sure your bottom row is all Prime numbers. 

-Mrs. Gallant

Posted: November 1, 2021

Hi everyone!

Hope you had a great Halloween weekend and are getting ready for home learning. Over the coming days I will be posting links to some Math videos that will support students' learning. Many of my 'Mathletics Crew' have had some difficulty with factoring so we will begin there. Stay tuned for more videos throughout the week! 

If you have questions or need support with your home learning please feel free to reach out to me via email:

Take care,

Mrs. Gallant

Posted: June 2, 2020

Hi everyone, 

Can you believe it is June already? We have just two weeks left of home learning. I am curious to know how you feel home learning is going. Do you like being home or would you rather be in school? What are the pros and cons for each? 

My own children would tell you that some pros of being home is doing your school work in your pajamas and having unlimited snack breaks! Cons would be their mom making them work just as hard on their school work and even assigning chores! Poor kiddos!

Send me a quick email and let me know how you've been:  

Can't wait to hear from you! Enjoy the day. :) 

Mrs. Gallant 

Posted: May 25, 2020

French Fairy Tales

Practice your French by listening to some classic fairy tales with French audio. The storyteller speaks really slow, so it's perfect for beginners and those who may have forgotten a bit of french over the past few months. Enjoy!

Posted: May 25, 2020

Working on fractions? Try these games!

Fractions can be fun. Try using these items from home to help you understand them a bit better: playing cards, pool noodles, lego, paper plates, and chalk. Or print off a game to play with a sibling, friend, or neighbour. 

Posted: May 19, 2020

12 Dice Games You'll Love!

These games aren't just for Math! Check out these dice games for icebreakers, story starters, additon practice, writing prompts, money/area practice, and even learn new vocabulary. Have fun! 

Posted: May 19, 2020

50 Creative Writing Ideas!

Have a writing assignment that you just can't seem to get started? Feeling creative but stuck? Check out these 50 creative writing prompts with unique scenarios that will get your brain started and help you write a great piece of writing! Email me a copy of your story:  

Happy writing!!


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