About two months ago, I had a burning desire to start a French Group. All the details have been worked out and, in a few days, we will have our first meeting. So, so exciting.
This is a post for all the parents bringing their children, but I thought it might inspire others, too.
Here’s the lesson plan for the first French Play Group:
1. Start with Bonjour, bonjour les amis, a song from the CD Whistlefritz, Allons Danser. I will have the kids sitting on the floor, girls on one side and boys on the other side. That’s to demonstrate the difference between masculine and feminine nouns and adjectives in French. Also, to be able to point at the girls when we say “copines” and to point at the boys when we say “copains.”
I will bring the CD and we will sing along twice. I am making up some hand motions.
You can listen to bits of the song on the Amazon link above, to get an idea. I have not found a youtube video for it. – 5 minutes
2. Read several books to them: Continue reading