When was the last time you climbed a tree?

Challenge a friend Cards by Paris Bourke

Bonsoir, bonjour, good morning, good evening, hi!

I’m happy to present you my last side project that was on my to do list for a long time, I’ve finally finished the first 6 illustrations that will make you engage even more with each other.

Here are the Challenge a Friend Cards!

Those cards are an invitation to share an activity with someone that involves your community, your creativity and even your fitness!

A little challenge in our busy lives.

Do you want to invite your aunt, your grandchild, your brother or your best friend to play together?

Well those cards are here to make it fun and real. So let your imagination go wild and let me know about the other challenges you would like to see for the next set of cards. I will upload more photos on Instagram and Facebook, please share and comment to have your idea(s) illustrated!

Head up to the shop  to see all the illustrations and to start challenging someone and have a wonderful time with them!

Cheers!

Thank You! – Merci!

The Map Game Tree

-HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO YOU MY CHERISHED FRIENDS, READERS AND CUSTOMERS-

This year was amazing and I wanted to thank you all for your support.

MERCI! – THANK YOU!

The Map Game leaves

Le Jeu de l’Australie, The Map Game -Australia-

That’s it, the game is in the shop! We made a little video with the children to show you what we have been working on:

A force d’y travailler le voici enfin dans la boutique!Nous avons fait une petite video, avec les enfants,  pour vous le présenter:

The Map Game Australia.

So, do you think the children still have a french accent?

Alors, les enfants ont-ils toujours un petit accent français?

-Round and Little-

 

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 This weekend, I let the children use some wooden discs from the Australian Map Game. I just asked them what was Australia for them and they started drawing kangourous, camper vans,the sun, a hotdog, the beach, the sea, the opera house, a tent, some red earth and my favourite: a rhino on a skateboard! We even let the friends join in!

Only the people from Melbourne will understand.;-) (The Rhino on the skateboard campaign was created to encourage pedestrians to stay alert around trams.)

Ce weekend, j’ai laissé mes enfants jouer avec les disque de bois du jeu d’Australie. Je leur ai demandé ce que l’Australie était pour eux et ils ont commencé à dessiner des kangouroux, des camping cars, le soleil, la plage, la mer, l’opéra de Sydney, une tente, la terre rouge et mon préféré: un rhinocéros sur un Skateboard!

Seulement les Melbourniens comprendront. Il s’agit d’une affiche créée pour encourager les piétons à rester prudent autour des trams.

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Bonne journée!

 

 

-Australia: country of contrasts-

Un pays rouge et un pays vert – A red country and a green country.

Un pays plat et un pays montagneux-A flat country and an hilly country.

Un pays de déserts et un pays de plages  – A country full of deserts and full of beaches.

Un pays de jungles et un pays de jardins- A wild country and a country with beautiful gardens.

Couleurs d’Australie

Chez Soprat, on voit de jolies photos de la campagne française, elle m’a tendue une perche, alors je voulais savoir:

Quelques photos d’Australie, cela vous tente?

Si oui, voici une premiere ballade, un petit tour dans l’Outback, près de notre ancien chez nous:

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