Wednesday, May 20, 2015

French Summer Camps 2015

Summer 2015 at Vashon French School

Myra, Marina-Rae, Amelia and Isabelle in "The Girls Who Cried Wolf"
French and Art Summer Camp Series 

Teacher Coco Banks will lead children in 4 different weeks of French and art. Each week will incorporate an animal theme with fun art projects in a rich French immersion setting. These camps are open to children ages 3 and up and meet 5 mornings per week 9 to 1:00, tuition is $150. Snack is provided, bring a sack lunch. Camps are held at Vashon French School located at Bethel Church.
For more information and to register, please contact Aristy Gill, 206.304.4903

July 6th-10th _ Les Trois Ours (The Three Bears)
July 13th-17th_ La Petite Poule Rousse (The Little Red Hen)
July 20th-24th_ Les Dinosaures
July 27th-31st_ Le Loup (Fairytale Wolf)

French Theater Camp

French Theater Camp
This popular week at La Petite Etoile is back again. With the guidance of French teacher Aristy Gill, students create a play, learn songs, build a set, assemble costumes and put on a show all in French.
August 10-14
Monday to Friday, 10 to 3- for children ages 5 and up. Tuition $175, snack is included please pack a lunch.
Contact: Aristy Gill 206.304.4903

Saturday, June 14, 2014

Snapdragon Art Show

Snapdragon Art Show

La Petite Etoile French School art is currently being featured at Snapdragon Restaurant. The show will remain for the month of June.

Proceeds from the sale of these beautiful pieces of art created by little artists from La Petite Etoile French School will benefit the school's art program. If you are interested in purchasing some art, please contact Aristy at (Les Feuilles are not for sale).

Silhouette #2
Josephine, Mabel et Jilly

Silhouette #4
Les Enfants de La Petite Etoile

Silhouette #3
Sutton, Kenney et Emmy

L'Arbre d'Amour
Les enfants de La Petite Etoile

Les Feuilles
Les Enfants de La Petite Etoile
Le Pommier #4
Les Enfants de La Petite Etoile
sold $25

Les Arbres Arc-en-Ciel
Les Enfants de La Petite Etoile
Les Sapins Enneigés
Les Enfants de La Petite Etoile

Le Pommier #2
Delilah, Sutton, Josephine et Emmy
Le Pommier #3
Maarten, Charlie, Lily, Kenney et Desi
sold $25
Le Pommier #1
Helena, Flora, Zelda et Jilly
sold $25

Sunday, May 25, 2014

La Laine des Moutons

La Petite Etoile French School choir directed by Holly Boaz, singing La Laine des Moutons.

Sunday, August 11, 2013

Summer at La Petite Etoile

                                         Building fairy houses at French Camp!

Mmmmm huckleberries!
Tent time for team TIGRE!

Sunday, March 18, 2012

Flash of March Sun

Here some students from La Petite Etoile's school-aged program take advantage of a flash of March sunlight. These students meet twice monthly 9 to 3:30 for French immersion- singing, storytelling, acting, and reading and writing. We have just wrapped-up our unit on Paris that has had students yearning for a trip of their own to the City of Lights. Next up on our cultural exploration is Post Impressionist painter Paul Gauguin and his works.

Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Fisher Pond Field Trip

Les trésors de l'Etang
Un apres-midi a Fisher Pond!
Nous sommes partis pour une après midi à l'Etang,on s'est bien amusé!
Après une petite marche dans les bois,nous sommes arrivés au bord de l'Etang
Nous avons commencer a jouer,nous lancions des petites pierres pour faire des ronds dans l'eau! C'était amusant
Ensuite nous avons manger notre bon goûter(Carrotes et muffins)
Et pour finir Nous avons appris que" right and left" en français donne Droite et Gauche ce qui nous a permi d'entreprendre une petite chasse au trésor que nous avons reussi avec succès!

Fisher Pond Treasures
An afternoon at Fisher Pond!
We headed out for an afternoon at Fisher Pond and we had a great time!
After a little walk in the woods, we came to the edge of the pond. We played and threw small stones in the pond making circles in the water. It was fun- then we ate our tasty snack (carrots and muffins), finished-up with a treasure hunt using right and left (droite et gauche)!

Sunday, April 17, 2011

Flashback to September 2010

Atticus sings the clean-up song- en francais!