Mon monstre a …

My monster has … We’ve been describing our own monster creations in French, remembering that numbers come before the noun but colours come after! Having taught this class French last year, it’s really great to see how they are building on this in Year 4 and starting to talk and write confidently in French.

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KS2 French

Now that we have developed our vocabulary, we are starting to use it in sentences. First of all, we read a description of two monsters, to see if we could translate it using the vocabulary we were familiar with. Then we applied this to our own sentences, thinking of numbers and descriptions of monster body […]

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Les Parties du Corps in KS2

We are learning about the parts of our bodies in French this half-term, using the trusty Heads, Shoulders, Knees and Toes song (or Tête, Epaules, Genoux et Pieds to give it the correct French title) to help us. We are playing vrai ou faux games to see if we can identify the correct parts of […]

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Classe 4 aiment les fruits!

Year 4 have brought the carnival spirit to the classroom as we use song and dance (well, conga) to help us learn vocabulary for our ‘Bon Appetit!’ French topic this half-term. We’re doing a great job of asking and answering questions using key vocabulary and will be ordering food and drink in ‘Cafe Classe Quatre’ […]

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Carnival Of The Animals

KS2 children are linking their music and French by listening to and appraising The Carnival Of The Animals by Saint-Saëns. The short, humorous musical descriptions of a wide variety of animals is a perfect compliment to the animals topic being covered in French this half term.

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