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FRENCH - HALLOWEEN - JOYEUX HALLOWEEN

FRENCH - HALLOWEEN - JOYEUX HALLOWEEN

A selection of activities to practice Halloween vocabulary in French. There is a vocabulary worksheet to label images. There is a worksheet to practice the expression 'Il y a...' saying how many objects there are. There is a worksheet to say where the ghost is, which revises the expression 'Il y a ...' and items of furniture. There is also a picture to colour, which enhances reading skills and also revises colours. To complete the Halloween activities there is a wordsearch and a completed TC. If you consider this worth buying, 'un très grand merci.' Joyeux Halloween à tous... My thanks to clker.com and cliparts.co for the use of the clipart images.
labellaroma
Halloween Paques Crosswords

Halloween Paques Crosswords

Pour les petits: revision des nombres avec les ingredients d'une potion magique, mots croises pour voca de base, le vocabulaire de Paques, les couleurs, le corps
florenceyo
French Christmas Bundle

French Christmas Bundle

Christmas themed bundle including: - a PowerPoint with all my usual games and opportunities to practise all four skills - a Board game (great for the last couple of lessons to avoid the usual 'design a Christmas card') - a letter to Father Christmas- great for younger learners and lower ability groups - Christmas cards to colour- these fold into cards with French instructions on the back such as 'colour the ribbon in red' - a Christmas song to the tune of Jingle Bells- again great for younger pupils and it consolidates numbers and colours. Audio file included of KS1 pupils singing last year.
betsybelleteach
Primary French: Colours - Atouts des couleurs (Colour Assets) board game

Primary French: Colours - Atouts des couleurs (Colour Assets) board game

This board game is called 'Atouts des couleurs' (Colour Assets) and it is specifically designed for learners of Key Stage 2 and 3 level. The game largely focuses on colours and gender and number agreement. You go around the board answering questions (differentiated level of questions are available) not only on colours but other areas as well such as numbers, months of the year, countries, verbs, etc, so that you can earn points and try to get a full house. Be careful not to land on your opponent's squares or houses otherwise you will owe them points. This game bares an uncanny resemblance to Monopoly but differs in some ways. This pack consists of: 1 board game - it is best to print it off in A3 size and them laminate it 1 set of rules - both in French and in English 112 cards for lower level learners - print them in colour, laminate them and then cut them out 128 cards for higher level learners - print them in colour, laminate them and then cut them out 300 white houses to place on the squares that you win by answering questions correctly - print them, laminate them and then cut them out (I know it will be a pain cutting out 300 of them, but in the long run, it will be worth it!!) I have enclosed a set of rules which instructs you how to play. If you any questions about the rules, don't hesitate to contact me. Happy playing!
KRIS240680
Design a French game

Design a French game

Ideas are suggested for students to create/design their own game. French snakes and ladders; colour by numbers etc. Useful for all kinds of vocabulary. Good for all ages.
helpea