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  1. 1. Education and Culture DG Lifelong Learning Programme Activities in Pre-School Education Little Europeans Know Each Other EU LLP COMENIUS Multilateral School Partnership ProjectBourbon L’Archambault FRANCE
  2. 2. For the 5 year-old Children « Grande Section »
  3. 3. During the Taste Week, ( 17 to 23 October 2011 ), children fromKindergarten have tasted flavors from eastern Europe. Turkishdelight and various pastries were offered to them. Children, aftera moment of hesitation, willingly tasted. Many have appreciated. Loukoums Baklavas
  4. 4. Children studied the breakfast of partner countries. Try it !I asked Kindergarten pupils to choosefrom these breakfasts and create theirideal breakfast.A dozen children kindly explained whatthey would eat in the morning...
  5. 5. FRANCE : Bon appétit !The traditional French breakfast ( Le petit-déjeuner )consists of croissants or slices of bread (the famous‘baguette’) with butter or jam. Generally, the French drinkcoffee, tea or milk chocolate. French children preferchocolate cereal.
  6. 6. ITALIE : Buon appetito ! In Italy, breakfast (The colazione) is pretty sweet. The Italians eat cookies (small croissants called "cornetti") or brioche ("ciambella") and drink coffee, hot chocolate or cappuccino (coffee with whipped cream and cocoa powder). ciambella cornetticappuccino
  7. 7. POLOGNE : Smacznego !Polish breakfast (Sniadanie) is rich and varied. It usuallyconsists:• a glass of fruit juice, a cup of weak coffee or tea orcoffee with milk• of various meats (ham, sausage, pâté)• thin slices of cheese• a boiled egg• tomato slices• radishes, tomatoes, cucumbers• honey or jam• rye bread or wheat flour bread.• from "zupa mleczna": milk soup with cereals.
  8. 8. PORTUGAL : Bom apetite !The Portuguese take their breakfast (Pequeno almoço)quite late (around 9:30 or 10am). It consists of bread,toasted or not. Most often, this is rustic bread,spread with jam, quince jelly (marmelada) or toppedwith cheese, ham, cherries or tomatoes. The drink isusually a bowl of milk, coffee, tea or chocolate.
  9. 9. ROYAUME-UNI : Enjoy your meal !UK breakfast is famous ! ( The full english breakfast). Itusually consists of a boiled egg, scrambled egg or fried eggserved with a slice of bacon, fried sausages, grilled kidneys,kippers or haddock, baked beans (beans in tomato sauce) andtoast with orange or lemon marmalade. Porridge (oats boiled inmilk) is also served.For the drink : a cup of tea with milk or coffee.Prepare such a breakfast is time consuming. It is for thisreason that most English are satisfied with a cup of coffee ortea with toast and jam on weekdays.
  10. 10. TURQUIE : Afiyet Oksun !The Turkish breakfast (Turk Kahvaltisi - kahvalti means "underthe coffee" : you drink tea for breakfast and you end up with acup of coffee) is quite different from the traditional Frenchbreakfast.The base of the breakfast is quite traditional: black or greenolives, jam, honey, butter, cheese (feta), tomatoes, cucumbersand of course tea to drink preferably in a glass that is a must inTurkey !But from there anything goes. There are also often friedpotatoes, boiled eggs, scrambled eggs or omelette, salami,cheese pide or pide with meat, poğaça (brioche rolls nature orstuffed with cheese or meat ) ... poğaça Pide with meat
  11. 11. Children have learned to recognize the flags of ourComenius partners. They can locate each country on themap of Europe. They can also mention the names ofcapitals. They will perform a song about it during thefestivals Saturday, June 2, 2012.
  12. 12. Illustration of the song ‘Travel, taken from a pupil workbook
  13. 13. This workshop, for children aged 5 years, is part of theComenius project. Indeed, children from kindergarten learnabout their European neighbors, and therefore, have to workespecially on the respective flags of our partners. Theseachievements have been possible with the help of ourintervening in Visual Arts, Gael Bernon, Fridays, by rotation insmall groups; other children stay in the classroom with theteacher. These flags are made of pieces of tile and hung on thewalls of the kindergarten, next to other mosaics made inprevious years. The project logo is being created ... The mosaicwill be unveiled in the presence of our project partners, earlyJune.
  14. 14. ! NiceAnd here’s the result !
  15. 15. Children made masks flagswith crepe paper for Carnival of the school.
  16. 16. Friday, April 6, 2012
  17. 17. Pupils made a mobile Flagsof Europe and one for eachpartner country: they European flags mobilepainted the roof of themobile in the colors of theflag. We looked for pictureson the internet (map of thecountry, name of thecapital, famous monuments,typical culinary dishes,etc ...), we observed themand then they were hung onthe mobile. Than Poland,Portugal and Turkey are inprogress.
  18. 18. UK mobile Italy mobile
  19. 19. France mobile
  20. 20. Children aged 5-6 years have gone on a school trip to Paris.They took the train from Moulins to Paris. A bus transported usto the capital. We did a boat trip on the Seine. We took thesubway. There was a lot of people but it was great ! Monuments(Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame, Arc de Triomphe, the Louvre, CityHall, Opera House, Moulin Rouge, Sacre Coeur, ...) aremagnificent. What memories ! Tuesday, April 3, 2012
  21. 21. Children made various paintings in Visual Arts. The Eiffel Tower 3D puzzle Painting, writing letters, drawing, cutting, pasting
  22. 22. Ink painting, cutting, pastingTower bridge,puzzle in 3D
  23. 23. Coloring with markers,collage of different pasta, rotate photo Colosseum for the letter o
  24. 24. Illustration of the songPetrushka: nesting dolls, representing the Polishpeasant girls in traditional dresses Various graphics decoration, coloring with markers and colored pencils
  25. 25. The paintings for Portugal and Turkey are in progress ...The partners will see them at the meeting in France inlate May.Children are using the computer to make a booklet aboutthe ID forms of partner countries. (Country name, flag,location on the map of Europe, the name of capital, theofficial currency, the official language, the typical culinarydish, the words hello and goodbye in the local language)