This week H firmly asked for her french lesson to be taking place before her big sister's.
She is complaining that I always teach N first and have no more time for her.
It's great fun with the "Clotilde Silvestre de Sacy" method: each letter is a hand sign. We intuitively associate this method with classical graphics exercises. In the present circumstances, "lesson" is quite a big word. We plays with letters shapes with our hands and "draw" them for a while and all of a sudden, as a butterfly or a bulldozer, it depends, H goes away. That's it. We're done for the week! Let's say that she decides about the beginning and the end of our french moment ( THE lesson :-) !)
Tt is true that, last week, it did rain more than usual.
However, generally speaking, when it's raining in the area, water is taking control over the spot very quickly.
I guess this is due to the ground being so dry that the water is sliding all over the place.
What's more, the roads are not prepared at all for receiving even a few drops of water they turn into rivers in no time ... and the school yard looks like this!
Last year, the wonderful people of the school had this great idea: building a boat in the middle of the yard. The sea comes regularly to the boat!