Category: Parents

Je m’habille… et je te croque! / Me visto… ¡y te como!

As I knew this was a very popular book in primary languages lessons, I posted in the Facebook group "Languages in Primary Schools" asking for contributions... and was overwhelmed by them all! Here are all the ideas I collated from that post! "Matching pairs cards (attached) - various steps - start with sequencing the picture cards…
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Le lapin qui avait une tétine

When my son was little, this was one of his favourite books; however I know that it appeals to older children too! Have a go at the activities below and you will see! Language of text: French Type of text: picture book Author or source: Benoit Charlat Intended age of students: Key Stage 1/2/3 Source reference: 2203127171 Approaches: This is…
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Du Iz Tak?

I can't actually remember how I came across this book - I wish I did so I could thank whoever sent it my way! It is amazing and has so much potential for our young languages learners!! I must confess it makes me feel bad that when my bilingual (English and French) son, age 5,…
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Le lapin qui avait une tétine

If you haven't got much time but would like to read a story in French to your class... this one is perfect! It is easy, visual, fun... You could also use it to teach the imperfect of course! It can work around Easter time... After all, it is about a rabbit!!
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