Bluebirds were really excited to meet Madam Jordan, their French teacher, and learnt how to say greetings to each other.
Over the past couple of weeks our French lessons have been based around colours and fruits. The Bluebirds were dancing their way through the language.
Here’s the song we learned and danced to.
Year 3 Bluebirds have had an amazing afternoon with their French lesson. Firstly, they had to research the meaning of new words then assemble a 3D structure. The 3D structure was the Eiffel Tower. They all had so much fun and learnt lots of new words.
Year 3 Bluebirds had a great lesson in French. They all played ‘French Bingo’, from their understanding of the animals names, in French. Previously, they had created the animal designs on paper plates. The teacher would then call out an animal name and the first table to put up the correct plate got the point. A fun French lesson.
Well done Bluebirds class with your French lesson with Mrs Frost.
Mrs Frost, having lived in France for a few years, really enjoys teaching the children French. This week they learned about how to say to different classroom instructions. They then created posters. Fantastic work Year 3.
Today Bluebirds class did a French lesson on how they were feeling. The teacher would ask ‘comment allez vous?’ or ‘how are you?’ Then they would respond using a range of emotions they could respond with.
They then created coloured faces they could play bingo with. Each table had to colour in a range of emotions displayed on paper plates. The teacher would call out the emotions and the table that raised the correct face first one a prize. ‘A really fun way to learn’ Hanson. ‘I really enjoyed learning french’ Elizabeth.
In French today, Bluebirds class loved learning about the French colours. We all created monsters and then decided to colour them in different colours. We then had to label the colours in French and English.
In French today we learned the names for some parts of the body. Then we had a tricky task. We had to read a sentence in French and draw a monster that matched the description. We had lots of fun and did really well at reading French sentences.
In French this afternoon we learned how to say the names of different animals. We were surprised because some of the words were in French were very much like the English words.
Today in French we learned the names for different colours.
Can you remember what these French words mean?
We then reminded ourselves of our French numbers and completed a Colour by Numbers in French.