If you need to entertain your children on Sunday 02 August and Monday 03 August, head to Saint Laurent du Var where the team from ‘C’est Pas Sorcier’, a French magazine show about science and discovery will be camped out between 10am-6pm.
Le ScienceTour has educational vans that go on location throughout France
Two days of free educational activities and workstations based around the theme of ”The Climate’ aims to entertain kids and stimulate creativity and curiosity. The activities are aimed at kids from 8 years upwards.
When: Sunday 02 August and Monday 03 August between 10am-6pm
Location: Esplanade les Goélands, St Laurent du Var
To find out more about the aim and dates of Le Science Tour throughout France, visit their website (in French) www.lesciencetour.org
As an active blogger, copy writer and advocate of social media I’m always a bit dubious whether my responses to French companies – especially on Twitter – are grammatically correct.
I never have to worry again as recently someone pointed me in the direction of a great language-learning website Talk in French which has simplified communication in French for non-native speakers like me. French has a lot of slang, and with the emergence of social media platforms a whole new online language has been created which is hard enough to grasp in English, let alone French.
Frédéric Bibard is the founder of Talk in French and he has kindly given me permission to post his free download ‘146 useful French words related to social media’ which I’m sharing as I’m certain many other people will find them useful too.
Download his helpful list here: 146 useful french words related to social media
If you like this download, please visit the Talk in French website. I’m not affiliated to it or a salesperson on behalf of the content, but I really think it is a great resource and learning tool for French language and Frédéric has really mastered the tricky concept of keeping language-learning fun, entertaining and useful without over complicating learners with jargon, grammar or unnecessary phrases.