Hearts for mom

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Bonjour tout le monde!

La fête des mères est déjà passée aux États-Unis, mais nous avons encore un peu de temps en France. Certains de mes étudiants ont travaillé dur ces deux dernières semaines pour faire un cadeau pour une dame spéciale dans leur vie.

Dans ce post, nous allons vous montrer la façon dont nous mettons ensemble la première partie de leur cadeau en espérant vous inspirer pour prendre du temps pour faire un petit quelque chose pour votre maman :)

Just Speak,

Danielle

Hello Everyone!

Mother’s Day has come and gone in the United States but we’ve still got some time here in France. Some of my students have been working hard these past two weeks putting together a little Mother’s Day gift for a special lady in their lives.

In this post we’ll give you a look at how we put together the first part of their gift and hopefully inspire you to take the time to make a little something for that special lady in your life too :)

Just Speak,

Danielle

Cut out a large heart from a cereal box.

Cut out a large heart from a cereal box.

cut out a small heart from the large one

cut out a small heart from the larger one

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Trace your large and small heart onto some cardboard.

choose your colors

choose your colors

...

add white to your existing colors to give a different touch to your smaller heart.

add white to your existing colors to give a different touch to your smaller heart.

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cut out your hearts AFTER you paint them

Add a short message or poem to the backs of the hearts to personalize them even more.

Add a short message or poem to the backs of the hearts to personalize them even more.

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One Response to Hearts for mom

  1. Pingback: Fête des mères – Mother’s Day | Learn and Play en Anglais

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