|G&G with the "bonjour" bear outside the French classroom
Definitely not practical, non? But I can still take them there on special occasions, like last week's French International Night:
In a crowded, stage-less cafeteria, Griff and Gwyn watched kids their ages sing songs they know and act out a story they've heard many times, all in French. So valuable!
|The cast of Cendrillon takes a bow
|And then some college students acted out Le petit chaperon rouge, which is Gwyn's most favorite fairy tale ever. (At least this week.)
The kids played Le jeu de l'oie on a huge gameboard marked out in masking tape on the floor,
built castles out of cardboard,
and indulged in French cheese, croissants, and crêpes au Nutella et à la confiture.
|(I indulged too, naturally!)
|We could probably spread Nutella on a dirty sock full of Brussels sprouts and my children would eat it up.
|Unsurprisingly, very similar to what I see in Griffin's classroom--but somehow so much cuter in French!