Europe and France!

Our new topic this half term is Europe and France. We will be exploring Europe and the many countries that are part of the continent we live in.  We will then focus on France, investigating the many cities and their landmarks.

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Can you use Britannica Schools to research some facts about Europe and France? Don’t forget to double check your spellings and punctuation. Also remember to insert a picture.

Happy Blogging

Miss Smith.

Facts about France

France covers an area of 543,965 square kilometres (210,026 square miles). It is bordered in the north-east by Belgium and Luxembourg and in the east by Germany, Switzerland and Italy. To the south lie the Mediterranean Sea, Spain and Andorra. The Atlantic Ocean and the Bay of Biscay lie to the west, and the English Channel is to the north-west. The island of Corsica in the Mediterranean is part of France.
France’s landscape varies from flat plains to high mountains. In the north and west lie the broad plains of the Seine and Loire river basins. In the far south and south-east are some of Europe’s most impressive mountains. The French Alps begin at the Mediterranean Sea and extend northwards before turning east and entering Switzerland and northern Italy. Their highest point is Mont Blanc, which rises 4,807 metres (15,771 feet). The Pyrenees Mountains lie between France and Spain. These mountains are not as high as the Alps.
The climate of France differs across the country. The north has cool to cold winters, warm summers and moderate rainfall. On the Mediterranean coast winters are sunny and it rarely rains in summer.
The high peaks of the Alps are covered with snow all year round.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

By Ahmed and Ali

Amazing Paris

Situated in northwestern Europe, France has historically and culturally been among the most important countries in the Western world. Former French colonies in every corner of the globe attest to the country’s stature in world affairs. The French language ranks second only to English in international use. France is famous for providing wheat, wine, and other food products to the world.  The capital, Paris. it has an area of 210,026 square miles (543,965 square kilometers). The population (2017 est.) 65,032,000.

By Kadie-Dre.

France

France is a large country in western  Europe. France is known for it rich history and  culture. The Capital of France is Paris.France is next to Belgium,Luexumburgh and in the east Germany and Switzerland. A quarter of the land is covered by forest.The French alps begins at the Mediterranean Sea.

By Zaheer, Leah,Amas.

France

France covers an area of 543,965 square kilometres (210,026 square miles). It is bordered in the north-east by Belgium and Luxembourg and in the east by Germany, Switzerland and Italy. To the south lies the Mediterranean Sea, Spain and Andorra. The Atlantic Ocean and the Bay of Biscay lie to the west, and the English Channel is to the north-west. The island of Corsica in the Mediterranean and is part of France.     

The capital of France is Paris. Paris is the country’s most important centre of business and culture. It is known as the City of Light, it has inspired many great artists and thinkers. Paris is located in the north-central part of France and covers an area of 105 square kilometres (41 square miles). The Seine River flows through its centre.

 

 

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MUHAMMED. A.   Aishah.p Darya

Perfect Paris!

The capital of France is Paris. Paris is the country’s most important centre of business and culture.  It is known as the City of Light, it has inspired many great artists and thinkers. Paris is located in the north-central part of France and covers an area of 105 square kilometres (41 square miles). The Seine River flows through its centre. Standing high above Paris, is the Eiffel Tower. It is among the most famous landmarks in the world. It is known as the Tour Eiffel in French. The tower was designed and built by the French engineer Gustave Eiffel, who also designed the framework for the Statue of Liberty in New York. When built in the 1880s, it was the highest man-made structure in the world. Today, it is still the tallest structure in Paris.

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By Mahera and Aisha G

 

 

Facts about France

In France the population is 67million people. It’s capital city is Paris and it has 2.2 million inhabitants. The real name is republic Francies the laungue which is French.  Mainland France boarders to Germany , Italy, Marocco, Luxembourg , Spain and Switzerland.7 million people visit France every year.

By Esraa and Kulsum

History of Ainsworth family!!!

When we went to Smithills hall and we went to Isabella’s room. We saw her room it was very fun and we found out she liked sowing and she loved playing the piano. Later we went to the library and Richard Ainsworths room. He liked studying in that room and there were lots of panting. There were also lots of birdsas he liked birds. Next we went to miss Isaabela Strings room. She was head of the women servants.

By Mercedesz and Aishah P