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Although CPF is a parent organization, teachers and school administrators make up an important part of CPF. Whether it is teachers and principals hosting CPF events in a school setting or parents and teachers coming together to promote and advocate for FSL issues, teachers are undeniably an important demographic in providing accessible quality FSL education for students across Canada.

Through his legendary enthusiasm, good humour and fantastic illusions, MARC TARDIF “Le magician” will illustrate the power of imagination. In his fun and entertaining way, he shows the preparation of Christmas at Santa’s workshop. He will talk about the importance of making a wish list, how Santa gets the right gift to the right child, the importance of his elves’ teamwork, and of course, how Christmas represents sharing and love.

The Charter For Children. Author Dustin Milligan transforms the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms into whimsical tales. Each book highlights a province or territory while demonstrating the basic components of the Charter.  For more information go to dc-canada Charter

Vis au Max is a French resource that has the advantage of being a continuous program that touches all aspects of success, life skills and attitude. View brochure.   Marc Tardiff et Vis au MAX

Magie d’apprendre, established approximately ten years ago, has been promoting French education through workshops, training sessions, refreshers, and lessons, as well as providing a variety of learning strategies.   In addition to providing these various services, we have developed the educational game, VER-B-PRO. 

L2ed – A mosaic of songs, stories, animation, ESL, FSL, teacher aids, Canadian history, and much more.”

Cultivating Peace – The initial Cultivating Peace project includes a series of educational resources that will be available free of charge to Secondary Schools across the country starting in August of 2002.

Aptica (Avancement pédagogique des technologies de l’information et de la communication en Atlantique) est un organisme à but non lucratif qui fut mis sur pied en l’an 2000.


Would you like an Acadian Author to visit your school?

The Acadian Historical Village on a Visit A member of the interpretation staff, in period dress, is committed to visit your classes with her trunk full of various items from our Acadian ancestors. A wonderful opportunity for young folk to discover the life and culture of Acadians in the 19th century.

JUMP Math provides extraordinarily effective math education programs now available for French Immersion Grades 1 to 6.

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See also:

CPF Peer Tutoring Literacy Program


Youth Activities

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