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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. 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. This is also available as part of abundle, alongside a lesson presentation and worksheet / puzzle pack (coming soon). 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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French Family (La Famille) Games

French Family (La Famille) Games

FREE for new buyers – Enter code OUTSTANDINGOCT at checkout. Four in a Row board game and card set, a loop card ('follow me') set and Happy Families Game (Jeu des 7 Familles) for introducing and consolidating French Family / My Family (La Famille / Ma Famille) vocabulary. Suits Key Stage 2 (KS2) and early KS3 and equivalents. Includes 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) and les jumeaux (twins). 4 in a Row: Print word card sets on different coloured card or paper (or print the different coloured sets) for pairs / individuals to compete against each other, laying down a card of their colour on the correct person. Each of the family members appear twice on the board so children must think strategically to get 4 cards lined up in a row (horizontally, vertically or diagonally) to win. Happy Families: Print cards in colour and laminate for regular use. There are 10 cards in each family set. Each family is a different colour, so pupils practise their French colours too. Choose perhaps 4 to 6 French family words to practise and put these cards (from all seven colour families) into play. Make players aware which ones are being used so they know which ones they must ask for to complete their sets. English and French word sets both included. Pupil instruction card included on the last page of the resource. Print in A3 or use the 2 A4 page version. Loop Cards / Follow Me Cards: 18 words appear in this continuous loop. Children can start at any point and could complete as a domino activity or orally as a group or whole class. Multiple sets could be printed on different coloured card for groups to race each other. This is also available as part of a bundle with a lesson presentation and worksheet / puzzle pack: (coming soon) Explore my other French resources through these bundles: Huge French Basics Bundle (over 70 resources) 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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French Family (La Famille) Presentation

French Family (La Famille) Presentation

A substantial interactive lesson presentation (around 70 slides) to introduce and consolidate French Family / My Family (La Famille / Ma Famille) vocabulary. Recapping slides feature answers that appear on a mouse click. Slides for games of Splat and Bingo are also included. Suits beginners or near beginners in Key Stage 2 (KS2) or early KS3 and equivalents. 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. More informal names for Mum, Dad, Grandad and Grandma are also mentioned. The presentation also takes pupils through 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?). There are also slides focusing on asking the age and name of family members. Games, worksheets and puzzles for this topic will be in my TES Shop soon. For maximum flexibility to suit different teachers, I have a variety of French basics resource bundles, including one of around 70 resources, covering Introductions and Greetings, Numbers, Calendar, Classroom Objects, Weather and Colours. Huge French Basics Bundle French Greetings / Introductions Bundle French Calendar Bundle French Numbers Bundle French Classroom Objects Bundle French Weather Pack French Colours Pack 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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Simple questions and answers in French, with running dictation text/activity

Simple questions and answers in French, with running dictation text/activity

Encourages children to practise saying/writing sentences about themselves. Could be used as a revision topic (name, age, where i live) etc. The dictation text has all of the useful vocabulary - children will write this down (racing against each other to do so). They must try to understand it and to find the vocabulary they need. Then practise asking and answering simple questions (and answering in full sentences).
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Why do we learn French? PPT - introduction, lesson 1 for French

Why do we learn French? PPT - introduction, lesson 1 for French

This lesson explores reasons why we learn French. It begins with answers - and pupils must think of the QUESTIONS. It then explains some valid reasons why we learn French (statistics are up to date). Children must present their ideas (and opinions) in a video (if possible) for younger children.
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French assessment

French assessment

This could be a baseline assessment for the start of the year, or used for a termly one dependent on what you teach. Appropriate for years 5, 6, 7, 8 - assesses understanding of short sentences, greetings, colours etc. Reading section, writing section and labelling
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PPT on zoo animals in French.  J'ai/je n'ai pas ( I have/I don't have) and adjectives

PPT on zoo animals in French. J'ai/je n'ai pas ( I have/I don't have) and adjectives

This would be the first lesson for introducing zoo animals (bear, camel, monkey etc). It goes through vocabulary (you can play games such as beat the teacher, children can repeat, do a oui/non). It then moves onto asking children if it is a big giraffe? A small bear etc? Listening activity on what animals the characters have (with descriptions) And then children have a speaking activity practising saying what animals they have/don't have.
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domino card game foods

domino card game foods

Domino cards to photocopy and cut up to be used as a group game. Great for vocabulary practice and puzzle solving. Winner is first to get rid of cards, but as a group they must make cards form a circle or square to ensure all correct
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animal domino cards

animal domino cards

Domino cards to photocopy and cut up to be used as a group game. Great for vocabulary practice and puzzle solving. Winner is first to get rid of cards, but as a group they must make cards form a circle or square to ensure all correct
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Animaux du zoo (Zoo animals in French) worksheets

Animaux du zoo (Zoo animals in French) worksheets

29 pages about 12 zoo animals: lion, tiger, giraffe, zebra, monkey, camel, penguin, polar bear, kangaroo, elephant, hippo and rhinoceros. 6 pages have 2 animals each; each animal has a picture and its name in dotted letters for the students to trace. [Same 6 pages are included a second time using a different font in light gray for tracing.] 4 pages have 4 animals each; animal names are in dotted boxes to be cut out and pasted below the correct picture. 2 pages have 6 animals each; animal names are to be cut out and pasted below the correct picture. 1 page has 7 boxes with pictures of animals; directions tell the student how many to circle. 1 page has the numbers 1 to 9 and sets of pictures that need to be cut out and pasted next to the correct number. 1 page has the numbers 3 to 8 and sets of pictures; students draw a line to connect the picture sets to the correct number. 1 page has pictures of 6 different animals all mixed together; students are to count each type of animal and write down the number. 1 page has 7 boxes with pictures of animals; students count the animals and write the correct number. 12 pages mini-posters. This is geared for kindergarten level classes.
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