Category: Parents

Demain, je te mangerai

I love this story where the wolf tries to look so mean... but he really is not! Click here to watch an introduction to the story, by me, on my YouTube channel. Language of text : French Type of text : picture book Author or source : Ramadier & Bourgeau; l'école des loisirs Intended age of students : Key…
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Easter in France and other countries; poisson d’avril; basic dictionary skills

You will find below resources which I have used in the past to teach about Easter in France. My 2 favourite videos are also here: la legende des cloches de Paques and le tcha tcha des animaux de Paques. The 2 word documents are about dictionary skills: I tried this with children who had never used a bilingual dictionary before. After an introduction to dictionary skills, the children had to…
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Les orteils n’ont pas de nom

The humour in this book really appeals to me... and the children I have read it to in the past! It is the story of the day toes decided they were worthy of having a name each... so here come the suggestions! The story line is very easy to understand so I have read it…
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Le loup qui ne voulait plus marcher

If you know me, it will come as no surprise to you that I should start with a book from this series: I am a huge fan of Loup!!! His character really appeals to me as the twists in the stories make me (and my pupils!) smile! I use Loup stories successfully with pupils from Y3-Y8 but I am not saying you couldn't earlier or…
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