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Si tu pars en voyage

Tuesday, March 19, 2013


After making a booklet for my grade 1 French students called, "On est malade." I decided to make another one for this month's theme on travel and methods of transportation. I based this booklet on the song that is taught in this month's unit called, "Si tu pars en voyage" which the kids just love to sing. The students can illustrate a couple of pages to personalize it and after the unit is over, they can take it home and teach their parents how to sing the song.

If you'd like a free copy of the first booklet I made, which uses expressions with avoir, click on over to my post Free Download: French Booklet 'On est malade.' You can print a copy via Google Docs.

Linking up for Wordless Wednesday? Feel free to use the thumbnail linky below.







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22 COMMENTS

  1. Je l'aime. Un outil idéal pour les enfants à faire un peu de colorant et de la lecture.

    @ParentClub

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  2. I love the French language! Wish I would have taken more than 2 courses of it in high school though!

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  3. French is such a beautiful language, and I took it in high school and in college. What a bummer I live in Southern California, and I never get to hear it.

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  4. Well done they are lovely ;-)

    Have a fantabulosa week :-)

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  5. My daughters go to an all French school. I am always looking for fun resources in French - thank-you!!

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  6. What a fun way to share French!! Thanks for hosting!!

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  7. Those look like fun!

    I always liked the sound of the French language best. It's just so pretty! I don't know it, but I love to listen to them talk.

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  8. Thank you I will download it. Have a nice day and thanks for the linky.

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  9. Ils est tres jolie (?) Je parles en petit peux francaise... and can't spell to save my life.... Great book!

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  10. always found French to be such a beautiful language and one I'd like to pick up in the future

    Ai @ Sakura Haruka

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  11. These are great learning tools! I hope the students appreciate it!

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  12. great idea!

    Thank you for hosting WW, mine is up as well, if you want to join in...
    http://www.adventuresofamilitaryfamilyof8.com/2013/03/the-rainbow-at-end-of-bad-day-ww-wlinky.html

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  13. Very good!! :)

    http://www.homeofohm.com/2013/03/wordlesswednesday-month-1-results-w.html

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  14. I tried learning French but couldn't get past the gender identification!
    You did a fantastic job!

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  15. Thanks for stopping by MommiesPOV.com have a nice day.

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  16. How fun! It's been so long since I've been able to use French that I was glad that I could still translate what it said :)

    Thanks for linking up with Good Girl Gone Wife!

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  17. You are truly one of the best teachers ever! Love.

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