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Little World France – A Grand Tour

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Hello Friend,

After many hours cursing my computer (and in particular adobe illustrator! – crashing seven times in one afternoon was my low point…) I have finally finished the next part of Little World France – with much help from my lovely and patient husband!!

Today, you and your littles will be able to go on a virtual tour of France, using the printable below (it will require a little adult crafting to put together, but I promise it’ll be worth it!) …

Instructions…

 

 

… and Printables

I think the tour will be a great jumping off point for you and your little ones to discover several amazing parts of France – and hopefully make you  super-excited to find out more!  There are so many resources online, but I’m pretty old school and love checking relevant books out of the library.  In a few weeks time, I’ll be sharing a fantastic reading list with you.

Have you been to France?  Do you long to go … which part of France do you think would be the most interesting to visit as a family?

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8 Responses to “Little World France – A Grand Tour”

  1. November 06, 2012 at 11:55 pm, stayathometerritory said:

    These are SO gorgeous, Hanna. You’ve put in so much work!
    I can’t wait for us to visit France for international food night! Busy making up some Scotland pages for this weekend…
    Sarah : )

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    • November 07, 2012 at 1:25 pm, Hana said:

      Hi Sarah, I hope to have some recipes up soon – maybe you can try them on your French food night? Please email me your Scotland pages – I’d love to see what you come up with… tell me, you’re not having haggis for dinner, are you? I’d do much better with deep fried mars bars!!

      H xo>

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  2. November 07, 2012 at 4:13 pm, stayathometerritory said:

    As much as I want to encourage my kids to be open minded and try new things, I draw the line at offal! I think it stems from being a biologist and knowing exactly what the liver, kidneys etc do in the body and that really turns me off eating it!
    I also have to find recipes that I can make gluten free, so we usually end up dishes that are traditional but not stereotypically so (does that make sense?)
    Our Scottish feast will be Cock-a-Leekie soup, Baked Salmon with Tarragon and Calcannon, followed by Drop Scones (Scotch Pancakes)!
    Looking forward to your French recipes. I’ve been scouring my Julia Child’s for ideas but just can’t decide! Souffle? Crepes Suzette?

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    • November 07, 2012 at 10:06 pm, Hana said:

      >I hear you on offal – it’s not my thing either, I’m afraid. I didn’t think about what the organs actually do – but that puts me off even more now!!!

      Your Scottish feast sounds awesome!

      I think the thing with a French menu is that it’s just so difficult to narrow it down… I’ve got souffles, chocolate mousse, creme brulee and chocolate eclairs on my short list – and that’s just dessert!!

      H xo

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  3. November 11, 2012 at 2:30 am, Jillian in Italy said:

    You are amazing! Seriously, this series is absolutely fantastic. Teachers should be using this!

    I love France. Since we’re only a few hours away we go as much as we can. The south of France is a dream. The countryside, the food, the markets, the architecture…..it all makes for the perfect family vacation spot.

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    • November 11, 2012 at 11:37 pm, Hana said:

      Hi Jillian,

      Thank you so much – you are so sweet!! I hope one day we can go to France as a family – the South would be amazing, I’m sure – I have ‘A Year in Provence’ fantasies – perhaps we’ll try a house-swap one day??

      H xo>

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  4. April 16, 2013 at 12:56 am, Monique B said:

    I am just coming across your blog and am so thrilled to find these fabulous French resources. Thank you so much for sharing them all!

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    • April 16, 2013 at 8:12 am, Hana said:

      You’re so welcome Monique! Thank you for visiting! H xo>

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