There will be lots of new vocabulary for features of a town. Pause the song and write down these new words in French, and then work out the English too. Create your own poster or snap card game to practise this vocabulary.
Two phrases you’ll also come across are:
Je passe devant = I pass in front of.. and Il y a = there is..
These next 3 resources are all linked under the French flag button!
- Powerpoint – shops around the town
- Try one or more of these parts of the town games – Connect 4, Loop cards or Snap
- Cook something French – there are some recipes on the link, or you could research your own menu instead.
Choose activities from:
Write a biography for a famous French person – historical or current. Remember to use good literacy skills for this task, not just short sentences. Make it as interesting as you can. (Louis Braille, Marie Curie, Gustave Eiffel, Coco Chanel – there are so many more you could choose from.)
- Use straws, spaghetti or anything else long to make your own model of the Eiffel Tower.
- Made a model of another French landmark.
- Draw a picture or create a piece in the style of a French artist
- Create a shield, logo or poster that displays the French motto: ‘Liberté, Egalité, Fraternité' (This dates back to the French Revolution in 1787-1799 and became official in 1958. Do you think the ethos of it is still relevant today?)
- Research a town, city or province and create an interesting fact-file (non-chronological report, organised into different paragraphs about different aspects – weather, life, traditions, food, history etc.)