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French Lesson and Resources -KS2 - Christmas

French Lesson and Resources -KS2 - Christmas

This is a plan and resources for a beginner's French lesson to use with KS2 or KS3. It involves children learning the vocabulary for 'Happy Christmas,' as well as six decorations in French. The plan gives details of a whole class game to use as a starter, how to teach the vocabulary, a paired reading activity, whole class listening activity, a writing activity and plenary. It is highly interactive and allows children to practise a range of language skills. All resources needed for the lesson are included in the price. These are: Plan A PowerPoint presentation Resources for paired activity Written activity
blossomingminds
French Family (La Famille) BUNDLE

French Family (La Famille) BUNDLE

FREE for new buyers – Enter code OUTSTANDINGOCT at checkout. An interactive PowerPoint lesson presentation, engaging games and activities, worksheets and puzzles for introducing and consolidating French Family / My Family (La Famille / Ma Famille) vocabulary. Suits Key Stage 2 (KS2) and early KS3 and equivalents. Includes: 70-slide lesson presentation Happy Families (Jeu des 7 Famille) Card Game Four in a Row Board Game Loop Game / Dominoes 3 Worksheets (plus answers) Crossword Wordsearch There's enough here for multiple lessons and some resources could be used for homework tasks. For previews and more information on each resource please see the individual descriptions. One of the worksheets and both puzzles come in differentiated versions. Includes vocabulary for the following family members: le frere (brother), la soeur (sister), le fils (son), la fille (daughter), le pere (father), la mere (mother), le bebe (baby), le grand-pere (grandfather), la grand-mere (grandmother), le beau-pere (stepfather), la belle-mere (stepmother), le demi-frere (stepbrother), la demie-soeur (stepsister), l’oncle (uncle), la tante (aunt), le cousin (male cousin), la cousine (female cousin), les jumeaux (twins), enfant unique (only child). ‘Mon’ and ‘ma’ are also used to say ‘my father’, ‘my sister’ etc. More informal names for Mum, Dad, Grandad and Grandma are also mentioned. The presentation and worksheets also support learners in answering questions about families, such as Qui est-ce? (Who is this?), Tu as des freres ou des soeurs? (Do you have any brothers or sisters?) and Combien de personnes il y a dans ta famille? (How many people are there in your family?). Giving names, ages and information about where people live is also consolidated alongside family vocabulary. I have other French resources you might be interested in, either individually or as part of a bundle. You can find out more about them by clicking on these bundles: Huge French Basics Bundle (over 70 resources) French Basics Presentations Bundle French Basics Games / Activities Bundle French Basics Worksheets and Puzzles Bundle Thank you for supporting my resources. For time-saving, engaging printables and presentations to help you plan Primary (and some Secondary) Literacy, Maths and French lessons, visit FullShelf Resources
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French Family (La Famille) Worksheets / Puzzles

French Family (La Famille) Worksheets / Puzzles

FREE for new buyers – Enter code OUTSTANDINGOCT at checkout. 3 worksheets, a crossword and a wordsearch to consolidate French Family / My Family (La Famille / Ma Famille) vocabulary. Suits Key Stage 2 (KS2) and early KS3 and equivalents. Differentiation: one of the worksheets and the 2 puzzles are included in two versions to suit different abilities. Answers included for all. Availble in a bundle with a lesson presentation and games: La Famille Bundle Includes: le frere (brother), la soeur (sister), le fils (son), la fille (daughter), le pere (father), la mere (mother), le bebe (baby), le grand-pere (grandfather), la grand-mere (grandmother), le beau-pere (stepfather), la belle-mere (stepmother), le demi-frere (stepbrother), la demie-soeur (stepsister), l’oncle (uncle), la tante (aunt), le cousin (male cousin), la cousine (female cousin), les jumeaux (twins), enfant unique (only child). ‘Mon’ and ‘ma’ are also used to say ‘my father’, ‘my sister’ etc. The worksheets also practise answering questions about families such as Qui est-ce? (Who is this?), Tu as des freres ou des soeurs? (Do you have any brothers or sisters?) and Combien de personnes il y a dans ta famille? (How many people are there in your family?). Giving names, ages and information about where people live is also consolidated alongside family vocabulary. All the worksheets and puzzles are included in PDF and in an editable format in case you wish to amend anything. Explore my other French resources through these bundles: Huge French Basics Bundle (over 70 resources) French Basics Presentations French Basics Games Bundle French Basics Worksheets / Puzzles Bundle Thanks for supporting my resources. For engaging, time-saving printables and presentations to plan Primary Literacy, Maths and French lessons, please visit FullShelf Resources
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Let's Learn French Active Lesson - My Body

Let's Learn French Active Lesson - My Body

This Active Learning Lesson has 15 colourful Powerpoint slides about 'My Body' The Powerpoint speaks so that ​the kids can hear the correct ​pronunciation and they can ​practise saying the words. There are pictures and photos of the movements associated with each phrase or word. The movements improve concentration, core strength, agility, balance and coordination. There are lots more fun Active Learning sessions available including: animals, shapes, my family and going to market. The sessions cover numbers, days, seasons, colours and much more! Available as separate subjects or as a whole package
educationinmotion20
PPT: Say how you are and your age - French.

PPT: Say how you are and your age - French.

A powerpoint with vocabulary in French to say who one is doing and one's age. Suitable for Year 7 or Beginner. The following vocabulary is included: Comment ça va? Ça va très bien. Ça va bien, merci. Comme ci comme ça. Ça va mal. Non, pas très bien. Quel âge as-tu? J’ai onze/douze ans. C’est combien? Quel âge a-t’il/elle?
cappuccino12
PPT: Greet someone and say your name - French

PPT: Greet someone and say your name - French

A powerpoint with vocabulary in French to greet someone and say one's name. Suitable for Year 7 or Beginner. The following vocabulary is included: Salut Madame Bonjour Monsieur Au revoir Comment t’appelles-tu? Je m’appelle… Et toi? Comment s’appelle-t-il/elle? Il/elle s’appelle…
cappuccino12
Bonjour- song

Bonjour- song

This is a song aimed for a French singing assembly. The slides move while the music plays in the background, allowing the children to see the lyrics on the board. It can be also used in a normal lesson when introducing the greetings.
Florentina03
Introductory lesson to French culture and greetings.

Introductory lesson to French culture and greetings.

A excellent way to introduce your new classes to French. This resource is great for both primary school pupils and new year 7 classes! It consists of a starter activity which tests their prior knowledge of basic French greetings. The lesson then moves on more broadly to discuss the French speaking world and highlights how widely the language is spoken. Once this has been covered, the pupils are introduced to basic French greetings and are expected to create a comic strip acting out what they have learnt. The lesson also consist of a fun quiz in which pupils are tested on their knowledge of where French is spoken and the phrases that they have learnt during the lesson.
crotte10
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