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French Food and Drink Games

French Food and Drink Games

Get one of my resources (up to £5) FREE: At checkout enter code OUTSTANDINGOCT (new buyers) or VALUEDCUSTOMER (returning buyers). Games and activities to introduce and consolidate French Food and Drink vocabulary (La Nourriture et Les Boissons): Snakes and Ladders Board Game, a 20-card loop card (‘Follow me’ / dominoes) set, a Tarsia Jigsaw Puzzle in PDF format and 16 Activity Picture Card Boards. Suits Key Stage 2 (KS2) and early KS3 and equivalents. These focus on 30 key food and drink words but as there is a huge amount of possible food and drink vocabulary, I’ve included editable versions (MS Publisher) of most resources to amend if required. As some words differ between UK and US English (chips / fries etc), I’ve included separate US versions where relevant. SNAKES AND LADDERS Print and laminate the board. Play as normal Snakes and Ladders, but students have to say the French for the food or drink item they land on, otherwise they must move back. An instruction card and details of a challenge version of this game are included in the file. LOOP GAME Whether used as whole class or group oral activity or a dominoes activity in pairs, this 20-card set is ideal for a starter or plenary session. Forms a continuous loop so you can start anywhere. JIGSAW PUZZLE 30-piece Tarsia Jigsaw Puzzle in PDF format (1-page solution and 3-page larger piece version). Print and laminate for regular use. Ideal for small groups or as an individual or paired early finisher task. PICTURE ACTIVITY CARDS (Publisher file only as too big to load as PDF). Can be used as bingo cards or noughts and crosses / tic tac toe cards (students choose food and drink to say aloud in French before putting their symbol over them). 16 cards, 9 pictures on each. 30 different foods and drinks featured. Could be used for other activities - cut them up into individual pictures for paired oral activities, for example. Key phrases that can be developed using these resources include: Qu’est-ce que tu aimes manger? ((What do you like to eat?), Qu’est-ce que tu aimes boire? (What do you like to drink?), Qu’est-ce que vous voulez? (What do you want?) Je voudrais… (I would like…) Also I have a presentation and worksheet / puzzle pack (available soon). A bundle of all 3 resources will be available soon too. Explore my other French resources through these bundles: Huge French Basics Bundle (over 70 resources) French Basics Games Bundle For engaging, time-saving printables and presentations to plan Primary Literacy, Maths and French lessons, please visit FullShelf Resources
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Halloween!

Halloween!

How about some Halloween Patterning Fun? Have your students participate in Halloween and Math at the same time! A great way to keep your students learning math on a busy and fun day! A fun way to review Patterning! Two extra sheets have been added to reflect the two different ways of saying "Happy Halloween!" & "Trick or Treat!" 10 pages.
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Verb list in French

Verb list in French

This is an alphabetical list of French infinitives, separated by verb type. Sections include: regular ER verbs, regular IR verbs, regular RE verbs, CER verbs, GER verbs, YER verbs, verbs like acheter, verbs like espérer, verbs like appeler, verbs like jeter, verbs like dormir, irregular verbs, reflexive verbs, expressions with avoir, expressions with être, expressions with faire. Good for any level of French. 4.5 pages of regular ER verbs. More than 500 verbs in all. 2 versions: with definitions and without.
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Pronoms personnels study guide

Pronoms personnels study guide

1 page handout on personal pronouns in French. Includes subject pronouns, direct object pronouns, indirect object pronouns, and stress pronouns. Intended for advanced grammar review, not for presenting material as new. Explanations are in English; examples are in French.
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Pronoms compléments Position des pronoms reference sheet

Pronoms compléments Position des pronoms reference sheet

1 page handout in French on the position of y, en, direct and indirect object pronouns with examples. This is a summary page intended to help upper level grammar classes review before a test; it is not intended to teach the material for the first time through it, since all rules are not thoroughly explained.
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Rulers of France Posters

Rulers of France Posters

Print on cardstock and laminate. Separate page for each king, including: picture, dynasty, title, reign, birth, death, predecessor, successor, spouse, children, father, mother. Empires and 1st to 4th republics have 1 page for each government. Presidents of the Fifth Republic each have their own page. Names are in French, but other information is in English. Covers from Clovis to Emmanuel Macron.
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French - La Nourriture et Les Boissons Worksheet and Snakes and Ladders Game - Food Vocab

French - La Nourriture et Les Boissons Worksheet and Snakes and Ladders Game - Food Vocab

This Resource duo contains: Snakes and Ladders oral skills game featuring the French food vocab A writing exercise featuring French food vocabulary where pupils write the correct french word next to the image, score out of 20. Both resources are fully editable if you want to include more food items or different ones. These resources have also been created to be as printer friendly as possible. If you are considering buying this resources - HUGE thanks. I hope you enjoy using the activities in your lessons.
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