Hello, I am the subject leader for languages in our primary school. I have been asked to organise a parent workshop for languages and I have no idea where to start. Usually, during our parent workshops, the parents are invited in to take part in activities that they can also use at home. The workshops are for the whole school, I am struggling to think of practical and fun ideas for the children to do, particularly lower down in the school. Without having all the children sat down and being taught the new vocabulary, this seems very tricky! Do any MFL teachers or primary school teachers have any ideas on activities that could be run in the classroom, either independently or with an adult? So far the ideas that I have are... - A game up on the IWB (from BBC primary languages) - A selection of dual language story books for the children to look at - Game such a snap (could be tricky if children have not been taught the vocabulary) Thank you!