KS2 / KS3 (Year 4, 5, 6 and 7) French interactive Powerpoint slide show lesson presentation, with around 70 slides, for introduction and revision of French numbers from 0 to 100 (some larger numbers up to millions now added). This unit will help you plan lessons at Key Stage 2 or 3 (Upper Primary and early Secondary and equivalents) for students beginning French or near beginners requiring revision of basic vocab and phrases. Featuring key teaching points for Les Nombres / Les Numeros / Les Chiffres, it breaks them down into small chunks of ten numbers at a time so that teachers can use whatever part of the presentation suits the needs of their class. There are recap slides at various points with tables of numbers and also slides with numbers in French and English for pupils to translate, with answers appearing on the click of the mouse. There are slides with numbers in digit format to play a game of ‘splat’ where the teacher can call out a French number and children can compete in threes or so to hit the number on the whiteboard (if you’re not using a touchscreen) but this can also be used for other teacher questioning. Slides for a bingo game on numbers from 60 to 100 have now been added. Pupils can make their own grid and choose numbers. Remember to randomise the slides again before each game.
The presentation also introduces some mental maths in French, introducing words for ‘add’, ‘subtract’, ‘multiplied by’, and ‘divide by’. There are some calculations using just numbers from 0-40 and then some using numbers to 100. For children to become really familiar with French numbers it’s great to get them playing around with them in maths activities. These slides would serve as a good introduction to using French numbers in calculations and could be developed by using some of my French mental maths resources, which you can purchase as part of a bundle with this presentation or individually. Or you can get a smaller bundle of this presentation, number worksheets and crosswords too.
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