Little Passports: France
Sometimes I wonder how much of our Little Passports experience I should share with you. Because . . . we just have so much fun learning about each country. And the boys work together.
If I share with you . . . then you know what to expect. It won’t be a surprise.
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But if you’d like a sneak peek into our relaxed study of the world, please indulge your inquiring mind.
We went to France.
Gabe got us through customs.
Asher and Ezra discovered French facts. I wowed them with my limited French vocabulary– thanks to three years of study in high school.
Sam and Sophia sent us a souvenir.
And we admired our collection of luggage tags.
France wasn’t my favorite country to visit . . . mostly because the boys enthusiasm was a little dampened by their souvenir. Having never had a poster before, they just weren’t real sure what to do with it. The only posters we have up in our house are for All About Reading.
Just being honest. This also explains why I don’t have as much learning to share with you. We didn’t linger in France.
- Homeschool Creations
- Confessions of a Homeschooler (which we have and use)
- A Journey Through Learning (which we use SEVERAL of their lapbooks)
- Fun French facts
- Copious amounts of French activities and crafts from DLTK
- Kidport features some excellent photos
Other Countries we have visited: