UKS2 have been learning some adjectives in french, which they are using to describe a person.
In Upper school we have been learning about colours, numbers and body parts in French, creating and describing monsters.
We used our new vocabulary to read and write about monsters.
Then we wrote our own descriptions of the SMART monsters we use in school and challenged our friends to find the correct one.
Can you work out which monster we are describing?
Our work was displayed.
Our new book- Maman!
Using the book "Maman" we have been learning about animals and numbers.
We used our reading skills to predict and find implied meaning in the picture book. Then we wrote our own French captions.
Songs and poems
Le bonhomme de neige
In our French enrichment (which involved children from all classes in KS2) we created "Bonhomme de neige" crêpes, Recapping on body parts and enjoying French food.
We learned some actions to the song and some of the words.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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