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'Boys and Girls'
idea contributed by Debbie Cross

Debbie writes: 'First activity to get the children talking French was to get boys to wear caps (make the same number of girls as boys so some girls may have to wear a cap/some boys might not). "Boys" go round the room clockwise, "girls" anti-clockwise, as in pair dancing, the girl and boy shake hands and the "boy" says 'bonjour madame' the the girl says 'bonjour monsieur' then they move on to the next person and repeat until they get back to the beginning. Hats are then changed over and they repeat. They love it, it causes a few giggle when the boys are girls and vice versa.

Days of the week go nicely to the tune of 'Frere Jacques' (accent on the e of frere), jeudi is prolonged to je-eudi
Lundi mardi
Lundi mardi,
Mercredi, mecredi,
Jeudi et vendredi
Jeudi et vendredi
samedi, dimanche
samedi, dimanche

Our children love singing and the alphabet can be sung to the army marching tune
abcdefg
abcdefg
hijklmn
hijklmn
opqrstu
opqrstu
vwxyz'




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