Bonjour mes amis! This week I would like you to practice talking about the weather in French. Look outside your window and try saying the weather in French. Quel temps fait-il?
Also, if you feel like moving your body, listen to “Si tu aimes le soleil” which translates as “If you like the sun” – and follow the instructions to “frappe des mains” (clap your hands), “tappe des pieds” (stomp your feet), “crie hourra!” (shout hurray!). Si tu aimes le soleil
Can you choose the correct weather expression in French? Listen and choose! (You might remember this video from our lessons in class, too 🙂 Choose the correct weather expression
That is all for this week. I hope you’ll enjoy these activities. Au revoir 🙂 Madame Voica
Bonjour mes amis! This week I would like you to try a few of our French songs that also ask you to dance or move around a little bit.
Do you remember our silly bear song? Point to your “tête, épaules, genoux et pieds” (“head, shoulders, knees and toes”)! Do your best to sing along in French! Tete, epaules…
And here is another one, and for some of you this might be a new one… just do your best to follow the movements you see in the video: La danse des pingouins
And if you have time, watch one episode of Super Mini and his silly adventures of creating colours: Super Mini