Emperor Activities and Fireworks
1. Craft – Bicorn Hat
2. Key Points - Emperor
3. Collaborative – A Tale of Two Revolutions – comparing US and French revolutions
4. Language Arts - Palindromes
5. Math/Logic – Standard and Metric Measuring
6. Character Connection – Friends or Foes – Acrostic Poems
7. Big Activity – Talk Show – interviewing dictators
8. Movement - Barking Commands – ball game
Napoleon Quiz Game
Explore French Words
Storm the Bastille, Fight in the Revolution, Celebrate Bastille Day
Build Challenge: Jewelry
Park Days at Santa Ana Zoo: https://www.facebook.com/events/479026312918466/
Disneyland meetup: February 11: Conquerors and Tyrants https://www.facebook.com/events/438347327015581/
2/19 Revolutionary Celebration
Read through the fireworks and choose about five that you think might interest your child. Allow him or her to select 1-3 of them.
Do some online Napoleon activities: http://www.timewarptrio.com/adventures/napoleon/
Make (French?) Valentine's Day cards for your family and friends
Read and discuss Orwell's Animal Farm.
Write and perform a rap battle between Napoleon Bonaparte and King George III.
Find out the populations of the various countries that Napoleon conquered. Make a timeline of events of the Napoleonic wars. Show the total population of the French Empire under Napoleon, as he increased in power and then lost it all.
Listen to some music from France.
Learn a traditional French dance.
Write a biography of Napoleon Bonaparte.
Write a news report about one of the battles that Napoleon fought in.
Write a war ballad about the Napoleonic Wars.
Make up a dance to Frère Jacques.
Say “I love you” in French: http://www.brighthubeducation.com/learning-french/69985-saying-i-love-you-in-french/
Make an Eiffel Tower from Legos, toothpicks, or raw spaghetti: https://www.wikihow.com/Make-an-Eiffel-Tower