The French love to decorate their shop windows for any festival...
...and Easter is no eggception
TASK 1: REGARDEZ
In many ways, Easter traditions in France are very similar to the UK. Watch this video, filmed in a French patisserie ...in London!
TASK 2: REGARDEZ
Some aspects of Easter in France are different to the UK.
Watch this video to learn about the French legend of the bells from Rome... and who does the job of the Easter Bunny...
It has English subtitles, but you will be able to understand a lot by yourself too.
TASK 3: TRADUISEZ
Find these words in a dictionary, including their gender.
You could use online dictionary https://www.wordreference.com/
|Anglais||Français||Gender (M or F)|
TASK 4: ÉCOUTEZ
Listen, and fill in the missing words.
Il y a un _________ œuf vert ____ la cheminée.
Il y a un œuf jaune ______ la maison.
Il y a un _______ œuf ______ entre ___ jonquille et ___ panier.
TASK 5: TRADUISEZ et DESSINEZ
Translate the sentences from above into English.
Draw the eggs onto the picture and colour them in!
You can open a copy of the worksheet below if needed.
Cette blague n'est pas très polie!
Encore une blague!
TASK 6: DISCUTEZ
Why is pronunciation so important?
Watch this video about Easter traditions in France.
The presenter is a native French speaker, speaking English.
TASK 7: CHERCHEZ LES OEUFS!
Match the eggs to the animals - fill in the table below.
Use a dictionary to look up the animals you don't recognise.
If you are online, you can use https://www.wordreference.com/
Use a dictionary to find more animals, and draw a suitable egg for each!