✮ Verbes réguliers au présent - 30 verbes français à conjuguer - PRIMAIRE ✮
This set of RÉSOUS-LE hands-on puzzle activities will keep your primary French students engaged while practicing 30 regular verb conjugations in the present tense, including verbs ending in -ER, -IR, and -RE. While practicing conjugations, students will be challenged while solving the puzzles.
Begin with the DÉBUT strip, look at the subject pronoun written on it, find the strip with the correct conjugation for that subject pronoun and continue this way until you reach LA FIN.
Pick and choose worksheets with the verbs included as your students learn them. You don’t have to have your students do them in order, and they will keep track of the numbered activities they’ve completed on a handy fill in chart:
oublier, finir, répondre, manger, choisir, attendre, parler, grandir, entendre, aimer, nourrir, perdre, commencer, ralentir, rendre, travailler, remplir, vendre, écouter, réussir, étendre, utiliser, grossir, regarder, guérir, défendre, chercher, dessiner, vieillir, dépendre
⭐30 worksheets (one for each verb listed above) with conjugation puzzles to solve
⭐A handy fill in chart for students to track their progress
⭐A cover page to color and decorate
Ways to use this resource:
⭐No prep homework
⭐Warm up work
Other tenses available:
⭐Verbes irréguliers au présent - 30 verbes français à conjuguer - PRIMAIRE
⭐Verbes à l’imparfait - 30 verbes français à découper et coller - PRIMAIRE
⭐Verbes au futur simple - 30 verbes français à découper et coller - PRIMAIRE
⭐Verbes réguliers au présent-30 verbes français à découper et coller-PRIMAIRE
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