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Quand je serai Grand/When I Grow Up...
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Quand je serai Grand/When I Grow Up...

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E-book version of our dual language/parallel text bilingual French/English picture book, especially designed for making French easy to learn in a natural way. This book may be used for slightly more advanced learners (years 5/6) since it introduces the future tense, but may also be enjoyed by children of all ages, since the presence of the parallel text promotes an almost subliminal method of learning. -------------------------------------------------- Don't forget to download the free accompanying lesson plan. -------------------------------------------------- In this story, our pyjama'd hero starts off with grand ideas, which gradually diminish in scale and grandeur, to reveal that sometimes the greatest achievement of all can simply be to do one’s best by humanity.
Quelle Heure est-il, M. Loup? What's the Time, Mr. Wolf?
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Quelle Heure est-il, M. Loup? What's the Time, Mr. Wolf?

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French/English parallel text/bilingual picture book for primary school use. Part of the Little Wolf series, with free accompanying lesson plan also available to download from TES. An original and humorous treatment of a well-loved theme, with ample opportunity for both repetition and/or improvisation. This dual language book is in the form of a mini play which primary school children will instantly warm to, and which facilitates role play within the classroom (or playground!) Drawing on a traditional favourite to help children familiarize themselves with time and numbers in French, reinforced by the parallel text page numbering in words, with beautiful watercolour pictures to accompany and reinforce the interest. One school commented that after studying this book, children in a subsequent maths lesson on time correctly answered the question IN FRENCH!
LESSON PLAN for Grey like a Wolf/Gris comme un Loup (French)
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LESSON PLAN for Grey like a Wolf/Gris comme un Loup (French)

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Lesson plan tailor made for French/English bilingual picture book GREY LIKE A WOLF/GRIS COMME UN LOUP available to download as a complete parallel text e-book with vocabulary section. Comprehensive lesson plan with lots of ideas for using the book and teaching children not just about colors, but about building sentences with confidence and in a very natural way which enables them quickly to grasp a 'feel' for French. Suitable for Elementary through to 6th Grade and beyond. Free to download, goes with our e-book of the same title available from TES.
Ou es-tu, Petit Loup? Where are you, Little Wolf?
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Ou es-tu, Petit Loup? Where are you, Little Wolf?

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These picture samples are taken from 'Where are you, Little Wolf?/Ou es-tu, Petit Loup?', the first of a series of parallel text picture books in French and English intended as an introduction to French to young children. The lesson plans are free to download and include suggested use as well as ideas for the French Corner in the classroom, extension vocabulary and more. For further details, the complete book and resources, see www.bramhallbooks.co.uk
LESSON PLAN for Grey like a Wolf/Gris comme un Loup (French)
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LESSON PLAN for Grey like a Wolf/Gris comme un Loup (French)

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Lesson plan tailor made for French/English bilingual picture book GREY LIKE A WOLF/GRIS COMME UN LOUP available to download as a complete parallel text e-book with vocabulary section. Comprehensive lesson plan with lots of ideas for using the book and teaching children not just about colours, but about building sentences with confidence and in a very natural way which enables them quickly to grasp a 'feel' for French.
Madaidhean-allaidh air Feadh an Aite! /Wolves Everywhere!
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Madaidhean-allaidh air Feadh an Aite! /Wolves Everywhere!

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A first for us! Using parallel text to champion the Gaelic language and help make it accessible to new generations of children. Bringing to the Gaelic version the same skills learned in presenting our French picture books to young language learners (or indeed adult learners!) Produced with the collaboration of the Gaelic Books Council, Scotland, and the translation skills of Gaelic scholars, and including a guide to pronunciation at the back. Set loosely in the Highlands and Islands, this highly original and gently humorous story counts wolves – starting off with just one, and ending up with a whole pack of wolves by the end of the book. On the way, they get up to lots of mischief, and even manage to entangle their story with that of the Owl and the Pussycat, whose wedding they attend at the end. Suitable for all ages learning Gaelic
Gris comme un Loup!/Grey like a Wolf! POWERPOINT
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Gris comme un Loup!/Grey like a Wolf! POWERPOINT

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Powerpoint presentation of our original bilingual title (also available from TES as a downloadable e-book), 'Gris comme un Loup!/Grey like a Wolf!' 14 SLIDES/pages Ideal resource for teaching French in the classroom. French part of parallel text is spoken to assist primary level teachers with pronunciation, and can be activated/deactivated as necessary. As with all our PowerPoint Presentations, carefully produced with a pale grey background to ensure even pupils with dyslexia are included and can benefit from ease of learning with parallel text. Suitable for elementary school through to 6th Grade (5-12 years old) Don't forget to download the free lesson plan which accompanies this original introduction to colours, all gently rhyming in the French to reinforce absorption.
Quelle Heure est-il, M. Loup? What's the Time, Mr. Wolf?
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Quelle Heure est-il, M. Loup? What's the Time, Mr. Wolf?

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French/English parallel text/bilingual picture book for teaching French from levels: Elementary school through to 6th Grade. Free accompanying lesson plan also available to download from TES. This is the e-book complete book version of the original picture book. An original and humorous treatment of a well-loved theme, with ample opportunity for both repetition / improvisation. This dual language book is in the form of a mini play which children will instantly warm to, and which facilitates role play within the classroom (or playground!) Drawing on a traditional favourite to help children familiarize themselves with time and numbers in French, reinforced by the parallel text page numbering in words, with beautiful watercolor pictures to accompany and reinforce the interest. One school commented that after studying this book, children in a subsequent maths lesson about time correctly answered the question IN FRENCH!
Telling the Time in French & Counting made Clear. Includes lesson plan for Quelle Heure est-il?
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Telling the Time in French & Counting made Clear. Includes lesson plan for Quelle Heure est-il?

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An invaluable resource for primary school language teachers, who desire some back-up grammar for the topics of telling the time and counting in French, or of course for those who would like to clarify the grammar associated with counting and time-telling in French; here it is explained in clear terms, made easy to understand, whilst going a little more into depth than the average primary school level time-telling resource. This resource has been put together by an experienced bilingual French-English children's book author, and whilst it includes a lesson plan for book three of the Petit Loup series of dual language books for primary school children, it can be used as a stand-alone, easy to come to grips with grammar base for telling the time and counting. Associated book: don't forget our great dual language resource Quelle heure est-i,l M Loup? What's the Time, Mr. Wolf? available from TES as a downloadable e-book or a Powerpoint presentation which will help with pronunciation; or you can order 'real' books from www.bramhallbooks.co.uk !
Ou es-tu Petit Loup/Where are You Little Wolf?
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Ou es-tu Petit Loup/Where are You Little Wolf?

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This is the e-book version of the first parallel text picture book in the Little Wolf series. Especially designed to make the learning of French both easy and enjoyable, as children are able to build sentences and soon have a 'feel' for French and confidence in using the sentences learned in other contexts. --------------------------------------------- Don't forget to download your free lesson plan which is tailor made for this book and gives many other ideas for extension activities. ------------------------------------------------- Little Wolf is hiding somewhere in the forest... can you find him? This book uses simple text, subtle repetition and strategic positioning of parallel text to ensure that certain key words will be learned by the end of the story. The charming, traditional illustrations will ensure that children are transfixed from beginning to end. Suitable from Kindergarten through to 6th Grade
Ou es-tu, Petit Loup?/Where are you, Little Wolf? POWERPOINT
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Ou es-tu, Petit Loup?/Where are you, Little Wolf? POWERPOINT

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Powerpoint presentation of Ou es-tu, Petit Loup?/Where are you, Little Wolf?, the very first title in our Little Wolf series and an excellent first introduction to French for young learners. 12 SLIDES/pages The Powerpoint version is useful for MFL primary school level teachers who may not themselves have complete confidence in accurate pronunciation. The French is spoken aloud, and can be activated or deactivated during the presentation. Displayable on either laptop/computer or white board, all of our Powerpoint Presentations are set against a pale grey background, to ensure that even pupils with dyslexia can benefit from the subtle, almost subliminal, absorption of language allowed by the parallel text.
Ou es-tu Petit Loup/Where are You Little Wolf?
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Ou es-tu Petit Loup/Where are You Little Wolf?

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Bilingual French/English picture book for primary school use. This is the e-book version of the first book in the series. Especially designed to make the learning of French both easy and enjoyable, as children are able to build sentences and soon have a 'feel' for French and confidence in using the sentences learned in other contexts. --------------------------------------------- Don't forget to download your free lesson plan which is tailor made for this book and gives many other ideas for extension activities. ------------------------------------------------- Little Wolf is hiding somewhere in the forest... can you find him? This book uses simple text, subtle repetition and strategic positioning of parallel text to ensure that certain key words will be learned by the end of the story. The charming, traditional illustrations will ensure that children are transfixed from beginning to end.
French / English Bilingual Colours poster
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French / English Bilingual Colours poster

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Attractive poster giving all the color names in French with parallel English beneath. Also suitable for more advanced students. Also shows adjectival versions in the French for Feminine, Masculine, Plural (& Invariable where appropriate). A beautiful watercolor painting from the Petit Loup/Little Wolf series forms the backdrop. Very useful for reference and as a grammar reminder. Why not give your class a photocopy each of your download, or enlarge and display in the French classroom/corner. A helpful tool for teachers also as it includes some of the more unusual color names.
Quand je serai Grand/When I Grow Up...
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Quand je serai Grand/When I Grow Up...

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E-book version of our dual language/parallel text bilingual French/English picture book, especially designed for making French easy to learn in a natural way. This book may be used for slightly more advanced learners (beyond 6th Grade) since it introduces the future tense, but may also be enjoyed by children of all ages, since the presence of the parallel text promotes an almost subliminal method of learning. -------------------------------------------------- Don't forget to download our free accompanying lesson plan from TES -------------------------------------------------- In this story, our pyjama'd hero starts off with grand ideas, which gradually diminish in scale and grandeur, to reveal that sometimes the greatest achievement of all can simply be to do one’s best by humanity.
Grey Like a Wolf!/Gris comme un Loup !
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Grey Like a Wolf!/Gris comme un Loup !

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E-book version of Grey Like a Wolf/Gris comme un Loup part of the Petit Loup/Little Wolf series which makes learning French grammar easy. Children will gain confidence and surprise themselves by quickly being able to repeat the poetic sentences about colours. Don't forget to download your free 'Gris comme un Loup' lesson plan, adding even more value to this resource. Also see available see our Petit Loup resource poster on colours, also available on TES. 'Colours in the winter forest?' you ask yourselves: mais oui! Let us take you by the hand and show you where to look... This book, in the form of a poem which rhymes in the French, re-visits the forest where Little Wolf is hiding from the children, and is an inspiring and highly original way of introducing colours in French. Suitable for Reception, Key Stage 1 & 2 (Ages 4-11)
Ou es-tu, Petit Loup?/Where are you, Little Wolf? POWERPOINT
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Ou es-tu, Petit Loup?/Where are you, Little Wolf? POWERPOINT

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Powerpoint presentation of Ou es-tu, Petit Loup?/Where are you, Little Wolf?, the very first title in our Little Wolf series and an excellent first introduction to French for young learners. Suitable for elementary school through to 6th Grade (5-12 years old) 12 SLIDES/pages The Powerpoint version is useful for the teaching of French in the classroom by teachers who may not themselves have complete confidence in accurate pronunciation. The French is spoken aloud, and can be activated or deactivated during the presentation. Displayable on either laptop/computer or white board, all of our Powerpoint Presentations are set against a pale grey background, to ensure that even pupils with dyslexia can benefit from the subtle, almost subliminal, absorption of language allowed by the parallel text.
Madaidhean-allaidh air Feadh an Aite! /Wolves Everywhere!
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Madaidhean-allaidh air Feadh an Aite! /Wolves Everywhere!

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A first for us! Using parallel text to champion the Gaelic language and help make it accessible to new generations of children. Bringing to the Gaelic version the same skills learned in presenting our French picture books to young language learners. Produced with the collaboration of the Gaelic Books Council and the translation skills of Gaelic scholars, and including a guide to pronunciation at the back. Set loosely in the Highlands and Islands, this highly original and gently humorous story counts wolves – starting off with just one, and ending up with a whole pack of wolves by the end of the book. On the way, they get up to lots of mischief, and even manage to entangle their story with that of the Owl and the Pussycat, whose wedding they attend at the end.
French / English Bilingual Colours poster
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French / English Bilingual Colours poster

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Attractive poster giving all the colour names in French with parallel English beneath. Also suitable for more advanced students. Also shows adjectival versions in the French for Feminine, Masculine, Plural (& Invariable where appropriate). A beautiful watercolour painting from the Petit Loup/Little Wolf series forms the backdrop. Very useful for reference and as a grammar reminder. Why not give your class a photocopy each of your download, or enlarge and display in the French classroom/corner. A helpful tool for teachers also as it includes some of the more unusual colour names.
Des Loups Partout / Wolves Everywhere
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Des Loups Partout / Wolves Everywhere

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Dual language French/English picture book suitable for: Elementary students through to 6th Grade. This is the downloadable e-book version of our original picture book, featuring: magnificent, full color watercolor illustrations – which children will want to scrutinize for hidden detail – enhance the clear, easy to read parallel text. The story rhymes all the way through and includes our usual vocabulary list and simple aid to grammar. This highly original and gently humorous story counts wolves – starting off with just one, and ending up with a whole pack of wolves by the end of the book. On the way, they get up to lots of mischief, and even manage to entangle their story with that of the Owl and the Pussycat, whose wedding they attend at the end. Also available in Scots Gaelic, supported by the Gaelic Books Council.
Grey Like a Wolf!/Gris comme un Loup !
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Grey Like a Wolf!/Gris comme un Loup !

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E-book version of Grey Like a Wolf/Gris comme un Loup part of the Petit Loup/Little Wolf series which makes learning French grammar easy. Children will gain confidence and surprise themselves by quickly being able to repeat the poetic sentences about colors. Don't forget to download your free 'Gris comme un Loup' lesson plan, adding even more value to this resource. Also see available see our Petit Loup resource poster on colors, also available on TES. 'Colors in the winter forest?' you ask yourselves: mais oui! Let us take you by the hand and show you where to look... This book, in the form of a poem which rhymes in the French, re-visits the forest where Little Wolf is hiding from the children, and is an inspiring and highly original way of introducing colors in French. Suitable for Elementary through to 6th Grade