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Bon Appétit - 2

Bonjour Pili-Pala!

This week, we will be diving into the delicious world of French food. We will be exploring famous French dishes such as crêpes, croissants, quiche, ratatouille, and more.

Throughout the week, we will learn about the ingredients that make these dishes so special, how they are prepared, and the cultural significance of each meal. We will also have the opportunity to taste some of these dishes and decide which ones are our favourites!

By the end of the week, we will create a collaborative piece of work to showcase what we have learned about French cuisine. Get ready to experience the flavours of France and discover the art of French cooking! Bon appétit!


Bon Appetit 

Lo: To compare data in pictogram

We are going on a delicious adventure to taste some traditional French food. We will try different dishes like croissants, crepes, and onion soup. After tasting each dish, we will decide which one is our favourite.

Once we have all tried the different foods, we will work together to create a shared pictogram to show which food we liked the most. This will help us see which food was the most popular among our pod.

Are you ready to taste some yummy French food and choose your favourite dish? Let's explore the flavours of France together!

French Snails 

Lo: With guidance, follow food safety/hygiene instructions

We're going to make the cutest, tastiest little treats - puff pastry snails with jam! These yummy snacks are not only easy to make, but they're also perfect for little hands to help create.

Picture this: flaky puff pastry, sweet jam, and lots of smiles as we roll, twist, and bake together. It's going to be a whirlwind of fun and flavour as we whip up these adorable snails that are as fun to make as they are to eat!

So, put on your chef hats, grab your aprons, and get ready to become pastry pros. Let's dive into this sweet adventure and create some magical puff pastry snails with jam that will have your taste buds singing with delight. Let's get baking, little bakers!

Hello young chefs!

Lo: To begin to form letters correctly using an appropriate grip

We are going to embark on a culinary adventure by learning how to make a traditional French dish called ratatouille. Ratatouille is a delicious and healthy vegetable stew that is bursting with flavors.

But before we start cooking, we need to plan ahead and create a shopping list for all the fresh ingredients we will need. This is where our literacy skills will come in handy! We will practice writing down the names of the vegetables and herbs we need, and work together to make sure we have everything on our list.

Once we have our ingredients, we will then follow a recipe to prepare and cook our ratatouille dish. Get ready to sharpen your writing skills and your taste buds as we explore the world of French cuisine together! Let's get cooking!

Remy Cooks Ratatouille

Eifel Tower 

Lo: To measure using simple and non-standard units.  

Hello little architects! Today, we are going to embark on a fun and exciting challenge - measuring the Eiffel Tower using cubes! The Eiffel Tower is one of the most iconic landmarks in the world, and we are going to use our math and measurement skills to figure out just how tall it is.

We will work together to count how many cubes it takes to reach the top of the Eiffel Tower, and then we can use the same method to measure other things around our school. By the end of this lesson, you will not only have a better understanding of measurement and size, but you will also be able to explore and discover the heights of different objects in your everyday surroundings.

Get ready to think like little mathematicians and explore the world of measurement in a fun and interactive way! Let's start building and measuring!

Tall and Short | Jack Hartmann | Measurement Song