Things to do on cold days
Make Your Own Peg Jacquot
Sing Along with Jacquot
Make your own 3D Jacquot
Listen to Queen Victoria
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Find the 7 differences
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Jacquot & Snowman
Can you find these grand buildings
in the book "Jacquot Returns" ?
Games to Play
Can you spot the difference - there are 7
Pin the tail on the donkey is a popular children's party game, first recorded at about the time Queen Victoria was visiting Aix-les-Bains, and still popular today. A picture of a donkey without a tail is drawn on a large sheet of paper attached to a wall. The children are each given a paper tail with a pin. They are then blindfolded in turn and turned round and round to disorientate them before fixing their tails to the donkey.
Where did Jacquot Live?
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