Les Vetements worksheets and puzzles for KS2 / KS3 Beginners French: printable writing activities for reviewing French clothes vocabulary and phrases, enough for multiple lessons and homework. 4 worksheets, 2 crosswords and a word search puzzle (all in 2 differentiated versions) plus 2 vocabulary slides to display for support if required. These French basics resources were made for beginners or near beginners in Primary and early KS3 (Year 4, 5, 6 and 7). May suit others, depending on experience. All files in PDF format within the Zip file. The vocab slides are also included in a PowerPoint version. Answer keys and an instruction page are included for the teacher. Please check the preview for a detailed sample. **As there is a difference between US, Canadian, UK and Australian words and spelling for a small number of clothing words, I have included additional versions of the file with minor amendments. **
4 worksheets (with answer keys). All worksheets are included in a 1-star version (for younger, lower ability or less experienced students) and a 2-star version. The 1-star versions are a little less challenging and some contain a word bank for support. Includes word-matching, answering key questions (Qu’est-ce que tu portes?), drawing activities and basic reading comprehension. Worksheet 4 focuses on teacher commands that might be used in the classroom.
There are 2 crosswords and a wordsearch. The first crossword features a smaller vocabulary range; the second contains an extended range. All puzzles are differentiated 2 ways. The 1-star version of the crosswords contain a word bank for support, and the 1-star wordsearch contains the start of each word. Answer keys provided.
FRENCH CLOTHING VOCABULARY SLIDES
Use these 2 slides (PowerPoint or PDF) to support students completing the worksheets, if required. Includes a table of French colours to help with adjectival agreement.
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