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French Fun Day for RTM 5th Graders Sponsored by RTM French teachers and RTM French Students Le 12 février 2005 French Fun Day 2005
The high school group leaders taught a short French lesson to start off the program! On y va!
Students learned colors, Numbers, Animals….
Students learned about Impressionism and created their own Impressionist masterpieces. French Fun Day 2005
High school French students who study Art helped demonstrate the Impressionist and Pointillist styles. French Fun Day 2005
Quels artistes! French Fun Day 2005
The 5th graders also enjoyed making and eating French crêpes. French Fun Day 2005
Bon Appétit! French Fun Day 2005
Fromage! French Fun Day 2005
Un oeuf, du lait….. French Fun Day 2005
Future chefs? French Fun Day 2005
Dont drop that crêpe! French Fun Day 2005
Students played traditional French games like Le Facteur French Fun Day 2005
Students listened as the game instructions were explained. French Fun Day 2005
As le facteur moves around the circle, students chant the seven days of the week in French. Le facteur nest pas passé. Il ne passera jamais….. French Fun Day 2005
Lundi Mardi Mercredi Jeudi Vendredi Samedi Dimanche... French Fun Day 2005
Trois petits chats… The 5th graders learned some new songs in French too. French Fun Day 2005
Penncrest French students taught the words and motions to the song. French Fun Day 2005
Trois petits chats, chats, chats…… Chapeau de paille, chapeau de paille, chapeau de paille, paille, paille French Fun Day 2005
Then each group performed the song with the motions. French Fun Day 2005
Students took a virtual tour of Paris too. At the end of the tour, the 5th graders created post cards to tell about their travels in Paris. French Fun Day 2005
Au revoir! French Fun Day 2005
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