French School of Raleigh Blog

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La semaine du 13 Novembre à l’école…

2’s Autumn and Thanksgiving Monday, we saw a lot of leaves on the floor in front of the school, they were so beautiful. So we decided to pick them up and to stick them on our painting. Thanks to the leaves, we continued our learning of numbers until 3 , and we played with the...

La semaine du 6 Novembre à l’école…

2’s November begin and leaves adorn themselves with the autumn colors This past week we have been playing with our name, trying to recognize it on the tree of first names when the teacher ask : – “C’est à qui?”. Then we searched for the first letter of our first name. It’s difficult but we tried...

La semaine du 23 Octobre à l’école…

2’s Halloween, Halloween is coming This week, we continued working on the body scheme. But we used others mediums like play dough to make our handprint for example or paintings for footprints. The subject of Halloween helps us to improve this work (our little cute wish is upside down, she needs our help to be...

La semaine du 16 octobre à l’école…

2’s We worked on body scheme with playdough and sticking different parts of Petit ours brun’s body. Our favorite story this week is: la ballade de Monsieur Flaubert and we played to fix him in the right way. We learnt with the song : Tête, épaule, genoux, pieds, to identify, recognize this parts. And as...

La semaine du 9 Octobre à l’école…

2’s This week in the 2’s classroom, we learned to make round, big and small. Thanks to apple. And with apple trees, we also learned that yellow and blue make green. Our favorite nursery rhymes is : Pomme de reinette et pomme d’Api  (2 different kinds of apple) 3’s Fall is here. The 3’s learned...

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