At my first day of school in Guadeloupe it was very hot. In the classroom it was so hot I could barely work. Class starts at 8 o'clock in the morning, but we get to go home for a long lunch break. I'm in a split class with around 20 kids in grades CM1 and CM2. They made us write so much just for math, like 4 536 923 = 4 x 1000000, 5x 100000, 3 x 10000, 6 x 1000, 9 x 100, 2x 10, + 3. My hand was tired after that.
At recess I met a kid that originally came from Montreal, and has also spent a few years in New York. This is his fourth year in Guadeloupe. There were a lot of Beyblades out at recess. They just came out here in Guadeloupe and are really popular at my new school. Almost everyone has them. I should have brought mine from Canada too.
After recess we had lecture silencieux which we also did when I was at class in TFS too. Mine was about music people. An artist drew a picture of five musicians. The teacher speaks french clearly and not that fast, I understood most of what he said. I was only at school for the morning today, but I'm looking forward to going to school all day tomorrow.