Language for Little Learners


Making snowflakes, using French!

January 03, 2010 By: Yvonne Crawford Category: Uncategorized

We are getting back in the swing of homeschooling today. The first thing we did was we cut out a few snowflakes and with every snip of the scissors we counted in French. There isn’t much snow here in South Carolina, so the kids really enjoyed this exercise. You can take this to different levels by using the verb to cut – “couper”.

Afterwards, you can hang up all of the snowflakes on the walls or better yet, hang them from the ceiling!

If you don’t know how to make paper snowflakes, visit:

Here are a few pictures from our lesson:

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