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French:  Adjectives which go before the noun

French: Adjectives which go before the noun

This poster displays all the adjectives which are placed before the noun. Print the document and then blow it to A3 size, laminate it and then put it up on your classroom wall or simply print it in A4 size and get the students to stick it in their exercise books.
KRIS240680
Primary French: Colours - Atouts des couleurs (Colour Assets) board game

Primary French: Colours - Atouts des couleurs (Colour Assets) board game

This board game is called 'Atouts des couleurs' (Colour Assets) and it is specifically designed for learners of Key Stage 2 and 3 level. The game largely focuses on colours and gender and number agreement. You go around the board answering questions (differentiated level of questions are available) not only on colours but other areas as well such as numbers, months of the year, countries, verbs, etc, so that you can earn points and try to get a full house. Be careful not to land on your opponent's squares or houses otherwise you will owe them points. This game bares an uncanny resemblance to Monopoly but differs in some ways. This pack consists of: 1 board game - it is best to print it off in A3 size and them laminate it 1 set of rules - both in French and in English 112 cards for lower level learners - print them in colour, laminate them and then cut them out 128 cards for higher level learners - print them in colour, laminate them and then cut them out 300 white houses to place on the squares that you win by answering questions correctly - print them, laminate them and then cut them out (I know it will be a pain cutting out 300 of them, but in the long run, it will be worth it!!) I have enclosed a set of rules which instructs you how to play. If you any questions about the rules, don't hesitate to contact me. Happy playing!
KRIS240680
PPT on zoo animals in French.  J'ai/je n'ai pas ( I have/I don't have) and adjectives

PPT on zoo animals in French. J'ai/je n'ai pas ( I have/I don't have) and adjectives

This would be the first lesson for introducing zoo animals (bear, camel, monkey etc). It goes through vocabulary (you can play games such as beat the teacher, children can repeat, do a oui/non). It then moves onto asking children if it is a big giraffe? A small bear etc? Listening activity on what animals the characters have (with descriptions) And then children have a speaking activity practising saying what animals they have/don't have.
helpea
4 gap fill exercises - topic Self & Family -based on the new French GCSE spec.

4 gap fill exercises - topic Self & Family -based on the new French GCSE spec.

4 exam-style gap fill exercises to test pupils' knowledge of grammar and vocabulary. Great practice for a style of question which many pupils find difficult. Useful as a series of starters, part of a carousel of activities, or as GoogleTranslate-proof homework! Graded from easy to more difficult, allowing you to differentiate by task if you wish. Instructions in English. Answers in a separate PDF (included).
Dominic-Cook
Une lettre de remerciement - possessive adjectives

Une lettre de remerciement - possessive adjectives

A gapfill in which students insert the correct possessive adjective (mon, ma, mes, ton, ta) to complete a thank you letter for a set of (probably unwelcome) Christmas presents from a relative who doesn't know them very well! Could be adapted for birthday presents and the latest X Factor singer could replace Honey G to keep it current! Might also remind students that saying thank you is the polite thing to do! Shared for free, in the original spirit of TES and in return for the many free resources which I’ve downloaded over the years.
sue.ellis
Adjectifs (French adjectives) Contraires crossword

Adjectifs (French adjectives) Contraires crossword

Crossword has clues in English which are common adjectives. All answers are in French. 5 versions of the puzzle are included. Vocabulary used: belle, bête, blanc, blond, bon, brun, content, drôle, égoïste, ennuyeux, faible, fort, généreux, gentil, grand, gros, intelligent, jeune, laid, lent, mauvais, méchant, mince, noir, pauvre, petit, rapide, riche, triste, vieille.
jer520
Three great French lessons about face parts, linked to describing a monster's face

Three great French lessons about face parts, linked to describing a monster's face

Fun, creative lessons. The children love describing the monster's face and then using each other's work as a reading comprehension to work out how to colour in the monster's face. Practises face vocabulary, reading together (joining in with a story), listening for key words, knowing that colours go after the noun in French, masculine/feminine/plural - all explored in a fun way. Last lesson focuses on the children acting as monsters using the new vocabulary.
helpea
Primary French COPIABLE WORKBOOKS: Year 3 (37 worksheets)

Primary French COPIABLE WORKBOOKS: Year 3 (37 worksheets)

A collection of 6 copiable illustrated b/w pupil workbooks (37 worksheets in total) in A3 format folding to A4 and in single sheet A4 format each with 3 differentiated tasks. There is a worksheet for every learning objective in our Year 3 Primary French "learn as you teach" series for non-specialist language teachers and TAs. Each work book has a smiley face evaluation sheet for each of the learning objectives in the workbook's unit so that pupils may and teachers may record their progress. A free copy of the Year 3 work scheme detailing all the language and objectives for the 6 units in the year has also been enclosed. Did you get what you needed? Write a review and I will reply. Enjoy!
scwebster
Famille et Adjectifs (Family and Irregular Adjectives) Jumeaux Speaking activity

Famille et Adjectifs (Family and Irregular Adjectives) Jumeaux Speaking activity

This is an all-class mixer activity. Each student sheet has 5 statements. Students mingle, trying to find their twin (the other person who has all 5 of the same statements, though in a different order). Students need to write the name of their twin and then find something that they have in common (related to the vocab and grammar of this activity). 15 sets of twins. Vocabulary: family, irregular adjectives. This is a low-stress activity focusing on speaking and listening. It can easily be edited to match the vocabulary from your text.
jer520