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mardi gras powerpoint

-a powerpoint about mardi gras as celebrated around the world. We have spent 2-3 lessons with year 8 on this. This is what we did: -show the ppt -show a couple of clips from youtube showing the carnival in New Orleans and Nice -give the kids pancakes with either chocolate or jam on them (8 pancakes in a packet from a supermarket) (we asked kids for 50p to cover costs) -next lesson- give them templates of masks and glue, coloured paper etc. -kids make mardi gras masks.

By whapbapboogy

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Powerpoint to help explain Mardi Gras carnival in France

By Shabell

Recettes de Mardi-GrasQuick View

Recettes de Mardi-Gras

I adapted some info I found on L' and added some questions. Could be useful for some quick reading exercises

By Frenchgirl1303

Barney Bear goes to Mardi GrasQuick View

Barney Bear goes to Mardi Gras

This powerpoint is about Barney Bear's trip to Nice in France for the Mardi Gras carnival. He watches the parades and joins in by wearing a colourful mask and eating carnival food. I am quite new to teaching EYFS - any constructive feedback gratefully accepted!

By RonnieTheRedPanda

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Mardi Gras

Information taken from and rearranged slightly to make a worksheet .

By aspidistra

Mardi Gras Word SearchQuick View

Mardi Gras Word Search

A Mardi Gras themed word search. A set of differentiated word searches, anagrams and a crossword are available to purchase Activity Pack - Differentiated Word Seaches, Anagrams and Crossword This resource includes - 3 differentiated word searches - 3 differentiated anagram worksheets - 1 crossword 'Mardi Gras' PowerPoint Lesson / Assembly Mardi Gras - Lesson / Assembly Presentation and Activity Pack Brighten up dull February days with this colourful resource about Mardi Gras which takes place in many countries around the world prior to the start of Lent. This is a 55 slide, fully editable and informative lesson / assembly presentation. It makes reference to - the meaning of Mardi Gras - why it has evolved - the different ways countries celebrate Mardi Gras It contains hyperlinks to the Rio Carnival, the New Orleans Carnival, the Nice Carnival, the Belgium Carnival, the Venice Carnival and the Quebec Carnival. There is also a link to Paul Simon's 'Take me to the Mardi Gras' on slide 1 which could be used before the start of the assembly. It may even inspire you to hold your own Mardi Gras event in school! Save money and buy both resources at a discounted rate Mardi Gras - Lesson / Assembly Presentation and Activity Pack For more inspiring educational resources visit Inspire and Educate

By Krazikas

Easter in FranceQuick View

Easter in France

A PowerPoint presentation on Easter traditions in France, including Carnaval, Mardi Gras, les cloches, poisson d’avril etc. Presentation followed by a simple quiz.

By Sandra1972

Pancake Day, Mardi Gras, Ash Wednesday and Lent QuizQuick View

Pancake Day, Mardi Gras, Ash Wednesday and Lent Quiz

Topical tutorial activity There are 10 multiple choice questions around the religious themes that connects Pancake Day, Mardi Gras, Ash Wednesday, Lent and even Palm Sunday. Lent and associated events have both a religious and cultural significance for the UK and many other countries around the world. Suitable for both horizontal and vertical tutor groups Two pdf documents provided: a question and an answer sheet

By sojellyfish

Shrove Tuesday / Pancake Day / Mardi GrasQuick View

Shrove Tuesday / Pancake Day / Mardi Gras

Three separate pancake recipes, including a savoury pancake; plus a lesson plan, worksheets and a video on the science behind bread baking along with information on the industrial bread process. Ideal for students who forget their ingredients for the practical. Also included is some guidance on health and safety in thekitchen.

By GrainChain

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Les crêpes

Powerpoint for Mardi gras. Simple introduction to the ingredients to make pancakes plus fillings! Students can then produce some creative work, describing/drawing their favorite/ideal pancake!

By RonnieTheRedPanda

Shrove Tuesday lesson - Les crepesQuick View

Shrove Tuesday lesson - Les crepes

For Year 8 low ability group on pancake day. \n\nLinks in with current module (just starting food and drink - Expo 2, Module 4) but includes some cultural aspects on la Chandeleur and Mardi gras. \n\nMain idea for resource (pictures and vocab) taken from another TES resource ( but I have added to it to keep my class busy for a whole lesson.

By -myrtille-

Mardi Gras: Reading and speakingQuick View

Mardi Gras: Reading and speaking

These two documents about Mardi Gras are at the Novice-high proficiency range. One is an interpersonal speaking conversation starter and the other is an Interpretive reading activity. The author of this resource is an NBCT. Keywords: French, MardiGras

By theisent

Mardi Gras WordsearchQuick View

Mardi Gras Wordsearch

A simple wordsearch to go with the wealth of Mardi Gras powerpoints available on TES. Pupils need to find words, look up meaning in dictionary and say whether they are masculine or feminine.

By mgerencser

PE bougeons!Quick View

PE bougeons!

PE cross curriculum.\nContains different actions in French and a sheet for the pupils to develop in pairs a PE routine.\nAnd a slide about Mardi Gras as it was around that time that I did this lesson.

By coconuts59

Carnival/Easter in FranceQuick View

Carnival/Easter in France

This is a presentation on Carnival / Easter in France including a quiz. I used it for my Y8 class, it was made by our FLA.

By blumem

February PresentationQuick View

February Presentation

This is a short presentation on the month of February containing sample / preview slides from a fully editable 75 slide assembly / lesson PowerPoint on February. Click on the blue link to view the resource February Assembly / Lesson PowerPoint Presentation Never be stuck for an assembly in February again and improve your pupils' general knowledge with this February Assembly / Lesson presentation. Ideal if you have a ‘last minute’ assembly to do, or unexpected tutor group time. This resource is an informative and fully editable 65 slide PowerPoint. It could be used for a one-off assembly, series of assemblies or for lessons / tutor activities. Includes references to • How February got its name, symbols of February – flowers, birthstones, Zodiac signs. • Special Days – Chinese New Year, Pancake Day / Shrove Tuesday, Mardi Gras, Ash Wednesday, Nirvana Day, National Wear Red Day, Super Bowl Day, Autism Sunday, Stand Up to Bullying Day, Candlemass, Ground Hog Day, Valentine’s Day, Ferris Wheel Day, Random Acts of Kindness Day, International Mother Language Day, World Thinking Day. • Notable Birthdays - Elizabeth Blackwell, Rosa parks, Sir Robert Peel, Bob Marley, Charles Dickens, Jules Verne, Thomas Edison, Abraham Lincoln, Charles Darwin, George Washington Gale Ferris Jr, Galileo Galilei, John Travolta, Robyn Rihanna Fenty, Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn, George Washington, Frederic Chopin, Samuel Pepys, George Frederick Handel, George Harrison, Pierre Auguste Renoir, Levi Strauss, Elizabeth Taylor, John Steinbeck, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. • Notable Events and Happenings – Facebook launched, Princess Elizabeth became Queen Elizabeth, Monopoly Board game went on sale, Mary Queen of Scots executed, Sir Francis drake sailed Pacific, decimalisation of English currency, fox hunting with hounds banned, Pluto discovered, Polaroid Land Camera launched, Bank of England issued first £1 note, nylon was made. January Assembly March Assembly April Assembly For more inspiring educational resources visit Inspire and Educate

By Krazikas