As we continue to meet for class on Zoom, EFDM has added new clubs and activities to participate in at home. Starting this week, EFDM is adding Yoga with Emily, Music Together with Maggie, Books with Elise and Stories read by Teachers every day this week. Teachers are also going to be adding a recess period to their existing classes so that children can have more opportunities to interact and socialize with their friends.
Please continue reading below for more information about these new offerings!
|Join Books with Elise on Zoom!|
Grades 1 and 2 are invited to meet Elise on Mondays and Thursdays at 3pm for Pooh Corner- Club Winnie L’Ourson to listen to stories and do activities with Winnie Himself! Zoom ID: 614 425 3766
Check out the Pooh Corner Padlet for updates and fun activities to try at home!
Pre-K and K students are invited to meet for Petites Histoires avec Elise on Wednesdays at 3pm. Please bring your favorite stuffed animal to share with everyone! Zoom ID: 614 425 3766
For those who dare (Simon’s class) you are hereby invited meet Elise for Harry Potter Club on Tuesdays and Fridays 3pm!
Zoom ID: 614 425 3766
Check out the Club Padlet for more magic and fun! Harry Potter Club Padlet
|YOGA with Emily Now on Zoom!|
Do you miss stretching out with Emily? Yoga with Emily is now on Zoom on Wednesdays! Log on to meet in Downward Facing Dog and hang out with Emily!
Marie and Victorien’s Classes meet Emily at Wednesday at 11:30am
ZOOM ID: 858 1069 8160
Elodie and Simon’s Classes meet Emily at Wednesday at 1pm
ZOOM ID: 849 7469 9688
Send us photos of your yoga practice at home to be featured on our social media! email@example.com
|Meet Magie on Zoom for Music Together!|
Everyone is welcome to meet Maggie on Zoom Tuesdays at 11am for Music Together! Join in for music and fun with friends! ZOOM ID: 823 9311 5222
|News from France: Crêpes Suzette!|
Suzie Rannou, Intern Teacher who was at EFDM last year, has been making crêpes at home during quarantine. Can you make crêpes like Suzie?
Great for dinner with eggs, cheese, vegetables and meats, or they also make a wonderful dessert (try them with lemon and sugar, applesauce, or maybe some Nutella! MIAM!)
Here is a wonderful crêpe recipe to try at home!
Recette de crêpes: for 15 crêpes
1 and 3/4 cups of all-purpose flour
1 Tablespoon of buckwheat flour
1/3 cup of sugar (less if desired or for savory crêpes)
1 tablespoon of canola oil or melted butter
1/3 cup of water
1 teaspoon of salt
1 tablespoon vanilla extract
2 and 1/4 cups lowfat milk
In a bowl, mix together the sugar, buckwheat flour, melted butter or canola oil, water, salt, vanilla extract and the eggs. Alternate adding the all-purpose flour and the lowfat milk, mixing well after each addition.
Lightly grease and heat the pan, then pour a small ladle of batter onto the hot griddle and spread very thinly to the size of a dinner plate. Flip and serve with your favorite toppings! Between cooking each crêpe, be sure to lightly grease the griddle with a cotton cloth moistened with oil.
What have you been making during your stay-at-home? Please send us photos of your crêpes or other culinary adventures to be featured on our social media! Email photos to: firstname.lastname@example.org
|Plongez-vous dans la culture française!|
“Immerse yourself in French Culture” is the message from Gaëtan Bruel, the Cultural Counselor of the French Embassy in the United States, and he has put together an extensive selection of online offerings for those of you looking for a bit of an escape from stay at home life. Click here and see the Embassy’s list of links that will transport you to the best of French art, music, dance, film, drama, literature, and virtual reality. The page is continually updated, so check back every so often to see what is new.
|La belle langue française!|