On the Farm
Create this display to learn French!
Learning French is made super fun for your students with this interactive classroom display. The farmyard animals peel off to reveal the English translations.
To help students learn the French translation of farm animals.
Supplies Used: Craft wood, spray mount, white felt, scissors, dark green distress ink, printer PVA glue, Hook-and-loop fastener, string
The teacher will die-cut the materials for student use prior to the lesson.
- Spray mount craft wood on to some cardstock and die-cut the fence twice from the (26841-XL) die.
- Spray mount white felt in to some cardstock and die-cut the lamb from the die set. Die-cut the lamb a second time from gray card and adhere the head and feet.
- Use the die set to die-cut the remaining animals and barn from the corresponding cardstock which can be seen in the image.
- Cut a strip of green cardstock to form the grass. Fringe the edges with scissors and ink slightly using the distress ink to give definition.
- Use a printer to print both the English and French translations of the animals and the title.
- Adhere the French words to the animals.
- Use the PVA glue to adhere the green and blue card together to create the field and the sky. Mount the title to green card and adhere to the top of the display.
- Adhere the fence and grass to the field using PVA Glue.
- Use the glue gun to adhere Hook-and-loop fastener on to the back of the animals and onto the display.
- Use PVA glue to adhere the English translations on to the display, so that when the animals are peeled off the English is revealed underneath. Repeat this for all the animals.
- As a final touch, use the glue gun to adhere some string at the top of the display so it can be hung up on the classroom wall.