Écrire et réagir à l’écrit : je copie et écris sous la dictée.
Culture : je découvre la civilisation des pays anglophones.
Did you know?
Elizabeth II is the longest-reigning British monarch (more than 64 years!) but others reigned even longer: Louis XIV of France was king for more than 72 years! Will Elizabeth II surpass him? Do you know how old she is?
When is the Queen’s birthday?
How old is she? Do the maths, and the first team to answer wins!
Do you think having two birthdays is fun? Why?
Find all the words related to Trooping the Colour in this snake word game.
London celebrates The Queen’s official birthday in June with Trooping the Colour on Horse Guards Parade, a fantastic military ceremony. The tradition began in the 17th century.
Queen Elizabeth II was born on 21 April 1926 but her birthday is celebrated in June. Monarchs traditionally celebrate a second birthday if they were not born in the summer, in the hope that the British weather is warm and sunny!
The Queen’s Birthday Parade also known as “Trooping the Colour”, Horse Guards Parade, London, June 2013.
She’s got a green dress and a green hat. Who is she?
He’s got a red, blue and gold uniform. He’s Kate’s husband. Who is he?
Watch the video. Then, turn off the sound and imagine what the TV journalist says using the present BE + V-ing.
Who's who in the royal family: right or wrong?
Princess Kate is Prince George’s...
Princess Charlotte is Prince George’s...
Prince William is Prince Harry’s...
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Trooping the Colour, June 2016.
Write down all the numbers!
Create an infographic about the Queen.
What are her favourite animals?
Are you a true royal family expert? Take the quiz!
Elizabeth was (fifteen / twenty-five / thirty-five) years old when she became Queen. She also has (four / five / eight) great grandkids, including George and Charlotte. She often wears hats and has more than (fifty / five hundred / five thousands) hats.
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Queen Elizabeth II, June 1953.
Happy birthday, Your Majesty!
Use Website and write a birthday postcard… to the Queen! Wish her a happy birthday, ask her how her family is doing and if she likes “Trooping the Colour”.
How far can you go?
A1 I can write simple birthday wishes. A1+ I can ask questions about the royal family. A2 I can ask questions about people’s feelings and emotions.
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