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Crapouilleries - Mon univers de professeur des écoles en CP/CE1 et de bidouilleuse invétérée. .

Crapouilleries - Mon univers de professeur des écoles en CP/CE1 et de bidouilleuse invétérée. .

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Boucles d'or et les Trois Ours - Children's stories in French and English Goldilocks and the three bears Il était une fois trois ours: un papa ours, une maman ours et un bébé ours. Ils habitaient tous ensemble dans une maison jaune au milieu d'une grande forêt. translation ▼▶ Awesome DIY Paper Flowers Tutorial With Spring all around us I wanted to refresh my home and add some more life to it by bringing the Spring indoors. Unfortunately, I couldn’t quite redecorate the whole house, since my kids and my husband have a big say in furniture and decorations, so I started browsing the Internet for some ideas. I was looking for something small, which wouldn’t look like the big elephant in the room, but would still add some life to our home. I was extremely pleased when I found

The Best Education Apps (Android) English, German, Spanish, French and Italian with just one application! Courses123 is a new hi-tech language learning application. Need to learn English? We can help you! Swipe Art! – happymessproject This is SO easy, SO fun, SO fast and the results are always great! All you need is paper, paint and some old business/credit cards (or cardboard offcuts around that size). Josie and I had a bit of fun revisiting this as I didn’t have any photos of doing it in class. 50 Cool Things to Do in Paris One of the best things about Paris is the sheer number of things there are to see and do—and, of course, eat! Our most recent trip to Paris was our second time to the magical City of Lights. This time around, we did a ton of research prior to our arrival in an effort to discover the best off-the-beaten-path restaurants, activities, shopping and attractions.

My Home Page My Home Page Welcome Kensal Park Families to my class website! My name is Mme Selena Horrell and I am thrilled to be teaching your child. Faire un loup It started with a postcard from a friend’s summer vacation which soon developed into an impromptu interest-led unit study: reading about wolves in our favorite animal encyclopedia, looking up facts on National Geographic, watching a Wild Kratt’s episode about wolves, re-telling The Boy Who Cried Wolf, assembling cut-and-paste wolf art projects, searching for villianized wolves in popular fairy tales. To go with this mini-study, I created a wolf template which can be used for a fun art project (we like to paint, cut, and paste). The template can also be used as a pattern create a feltie to use on your flannel board. My girls are now begging for a Little Red Riding Hood feltie. (Coming soon?!) Linked to: Hip Homeschool Moms

First Week's Fun - Tunstall's Teaching Tidbits We have launched our writer’s workshop. Today was our first real try at it. I am thrilled. Because it’s probably my favorite subject to teach! Foil Embossing: tin foil and Sharpies This was a super fun project my Grades 4- 6 mixed elective class did at the end of this school year. They LOVED this project- some even made 2 or 3. I pretty much followed the excellent instructions posted HERE on the "We Heart Art" blog. She found the idea on the Fine Lines blog. I was worried we would have to use that chunky yarn (of which I had none) but regular yarn worked well. 7 Awesome Songs to Help You Learn French with Music It was my first French class, and I broke out into a cold sweat. Everyone in the class knew some French, except for me—I didn’t speak a single word. It was hard to stay interested in a class where I could barely understand anything! It was a bleak situation, but luckily there was a turning point. I finally started paying attention and actually taking an interest in the language—when we started learning French through music in class.

Here's an idea: Free French eBook and 5 French websites every French teachers should know! Salut! Hi everyone! If you teach French, you know how tough it can be to find resources for your classroom. Of course, I'm talking about QUALITY resources. That's why a group of great teacher-authors has decided to put together a FREE French eBook of tips and links to freebies for the back-to-school season or should I say "pour la rentrée"? Creative CLASSROOM Ideas In this space you fill find some amazing ideas! Be my Facebook fan and get this set of free author labels that I created. Click HERE to go to my facebook fanpage. Bookmarks Bottle Tops Stamps

Amélie Pepin Welcome to the Freebies section! This section of the website is mostly in French. You may find some English documents under the menu "Anglais". A Bunch More Howling Halloween Egg Cartons Masks - Michele Made Me Hey, remember these? I introduced you to the first trio of “Howling Halloween Egg Carton Masks” last year, remember? The tutorial is back HERE see? As it happens, the original three graced our wall all year round.

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