BOUCLE D’OR ET LEST TROIS OURS
That was our theme today in Room 32 at MGWS. We learned all about bowls, chairs, beds, bears and girls.
We started our session by singing Bon Anniversaire to Zach. Il a dix ans! So, naturally, we practiced our counting up to 10 in French.
Afterwards, we did some comparisons… petit, moyen, grand. By looking at various animals, the class had to decide which one was small, medium or large. They caught on quite quickly. We also learned the key words in the story, which they now have on their word search. Amusez-vous bien!
We had some fun with the song “Savez-vous planter les choux?” They chose some interesting body parts for planting cabbages, including “la tête” and “le nez”. If you’d like to hear the song, or see the words, check out this site.
Finally, I told them the story of Boucle d’or et les trois ours. Most of them already knew the story so it was easy for them to follow along. I’ve suggested that they listen to French as much as possible. By doing some research for children’s stories on the internet or checking out my resources page, it’s easy to find some good ones. This site would also be a good place to start.
If you’re interested in a fun French camp for your child this summer, hopefully the information was brought hom to you. (It was on the back of the word search sheet.) All of the information is there. If not, be sure to check out my site.
The time always flies when I’m with the amazing students and teachers in Room 32. Merci! Please don’t hesitate to contact me! If you want to see pictures from today, be sure to check out Mrs. Morrison’s blog. Thanks for taking all of those pictures, Mrs. Robinson!
À la prochaine…