Our Spanish and French tours are now open to the language learners.
You do no need to master the language. Our tours offer additional exposure to enhance your language skills. We organise interactive activities and the language learners receive a vocabulary sheet related to the gallery visited.
No matter what your language level is we are happy to adapt the tour to all level of proficiency.
We can also arrange tours for language groups or schools.
Head to https://bit.ly/3IfoHBP and get your tickets now. Adults 16+ $5/ticket and children 4-15 $10/child.
France at home is a French supermarket based in Victoria. You can find many yummy French foods and products. For our followers with a sweet tooth, you can find a variety of biscuits, lollies and cordials.
For the ones who prefer savoury food, there are patés, cheese, and delicious canned food.
France at home is offering Le toboggan’s newsletter subscribers a 10% discount with no minimum order required. You will receive the code in the April newsletter. If you want to order earlier, email us and we will send you the code. Make sure you have subscribed to our newsletter.
We are proud to announce that our French and Spanish tours for children will continue in 2023. As part of the WA Museum’ s community partnership project, Le toboggan was invited to run the tours next year as they promote multiculturalism, diversity and inclusion.
Next year’s calendar is:
12 February – Dinosaurs French and Spanish tours
12 March – Wildlife gallery – the marsupials in French
2 April – Wildlife gallery – the marsupials in Spanish
7 May – Origins gallery – learning about minerals in French
11 June – Origins gallery- learning about minerals in Spanish
3 September – NKBW (First Australians) gallery – Dreamtime stories – in French
15 October – NKBW (First Australians) gallery – Dreamtime stories – in Spanish
5 November – Wildlife gallery – TBA – in French
3 December – Wildlife gallery – TBA – in Spanish
I look forward to teaching young adventurers fun facts about the universe and life on our planet in their heritage language.
Teenagers and parents have a hard time understanding each other. This book tells us about Alberto, Anais, Candela, Jota y Raquel and how they want to try new things, such as go and visit a friend who lives far way or they want to ride their bike across town. Their parents think they are too young for some of those adventures. Everyone is unhappy and getting cranky.
It is a funny story showing that the teenage years are difficult for both the children and the parents. Despite the miscommunication and emotions, parents and children love each other.