EDLlogo-1.gifThe European Day of Languages is celebrated on the 26th of September every year and is a great opportunity to highlight not only language learning in your school, but also the diversity and multicultural experiences of all the children.

The official website is http://www.ecml.at/edl/find.asp and you can find out what events are going on not just locally but right across Europe, as well as order resources. Meanwhile UK teachers are sharing free resources & ideas on sites such as the TES, Talkabout Primary Languages and CILT

Thanks to the Wavell school who have provided us with some of the following resources!
Ideas from the TES website for primary and secondary pupils.
Help with saying hello in lots of languages.
Learn along with your pupils how to count to 10 in Japanese.
Bring some geography into your lessons.
An idea for Assembly.
A delicious way to learn more about Europe.
General knowledge about languages.

Test your general knowledge.
Who was Einstein? Where did he come from?
And the answers .....
Do you know your flags?
A powerpoint about learning about languages.
And another quiz.

CILT has produced multilingual stickers to print out and a gameto play to celebrate this years European Day of Languages.

Learn basic phrases in a new language and have fun with the interactive games on this fun website: http://www.digitaldialects.com