Soundimals

If a website engages and keeps my interest so long that I want to read it all, it’s really worthy of tucking away.  Such was the case of the Tumblr site Soundimals.

I was hooked after viewing the graphic “How to Sound Like a Dog in 14 Languages“.  So, I backed off to the root of the site to enjoy them all.

Who doesn’t enjoy a good bird?

The artwork is courtesy of the genius of James Chapman.

I can only imagine how checking out the graphics would work in a second language classroom.  Or when addressing world languages or different cultures.

The works are also available for sale should you be looking for some unique classroom decorations.

 

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2 thoughts on “Soundimals”

  1. My own kids have always been fascinated by this, and when I used to teach primary Core French, this was high on the kids’ favourite list of things to find out! So much fun!

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