Parks Canada: links to national parks, historic sites, and marine conservation areas
Open-air Quebec: extensive website on outdoor activities in Quebec
Quebec City: Quebec city's official website
Montreal City: Montreal city's official website
France: The official tourist information site
Belgium: The official tourist information site
Switzerland: The official tourist information site
Urbanspoon: Currently linked with Vancouver as the home city, but you can search other cities and find popular restaurants as rated by the users.
Carl Warner: A photographer's website which has food landscapes as his most recent pieces. Click on "Foodscapes" to see his work.
Clay recipes: Scroll down to see a list of different clay recipes (avoid making the ones that need to be baked, if possible). Have fun making your clay!
**I will be using the no-cook play clay recipe, and bringing one batch per class for those who forget to bring or make clay
Art Project by Google: Take a virtual visit to some of the world's museums and take a closer look at the pieces you can see there.
Centre-Pompidou: Information on the museum in Paris and their collections
The Guggenheim: Online galleries of the Guggenheim in New York
The Louvre: The official site of the Louvre in Paris
Musee d'Orsay: Official site of Orsay in Paris
French News Websites
Pixton: A website where you can create your own comic strips
Quizlet: A website where you can create study flash cards for various grammar aspects in French
**Mme Zakus has created an account for Quizlet! Search for MmeAZakus and you'll see all the sets that I've created. Create your own account and favorite my sets to make it easier to find them again.
Visual French dictionary: For those oddball words that we don't use often
WordReference: an excellent online dictionary which provides many examples of the word you have looked up
Acapela Box: A website which allows you to type in a word or a full sentence and get the proper pronunciation
Prezi: Tired of using PowerPoint? Try this great presentation tool!