French introductions (me/ you/ him/ her)Quick View
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French introductions (me/ you/ him/ her)

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I created this resource for my beginners French class, the students were 10 years old, but could be used with older students too who are just starting out learning French. Resources consist of: - poster in colour which can be printed in A3 for the class to see; - a smaller A5 size black and white poster which can be photocopied and pasted into the students French book; - an activity sheet using the vocab learned in the lesson. Focuses on introducting me, you, him and her. Asking and answering questions: Je m'appelle... Tu t'appelles... Il/elle s'appelle...
Numbers (counting 1 to 11) and asking/saying AgeQuick View
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Numbers (counting 1 to 11) and asking/saying Age

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I created this resource for my beginners French class, the students were 10 years old, but could be used with older students too who are just starting out learning French. Resources consist of: - 2 posters in colour which can be printed in A3 for the class to see; - a smaller A5 size black and white poster which can be photocopied and pasted into the students French book; - an activity sheet using the vocab learned in the lesson. Focuses on counting from one to eleven (some of my students were eleven years old that's why it doesn't just go to ten) and asking and saying how old you are. 'Quel age as-tu?' 'J'ai ..... ans.' The crossword can be given to students once they also know days of the week in French.
Shapes PostersQuick View
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Shapes Posters

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Print out these shapes posters onto coloured paper, cut them out and display on your classroom wall for quick and easy reference to shape names for your children. Includes: circle, square, rectangle, triange, octagon, pentagon, rhombus, trapezium, hexagon and oval.
Numbers 1 - 20 on DolphinsQuick View
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Numbers 1 - 20 on Dolphins

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Black and white A4 sized dolphins with the numbers 1 - 20 written on them for classroom display or number ordering/recognition activities. Print out onto coloured paper and laminate for a useful, durable resource.
Word Detective Display (Mickey Mouse)Quick View
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Word Detective Display (Mickey Mouse)

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Encourage your class to edit their writing and check words they don't know how to spell by being a Word Detective. The bright display with Mickey Mouse makes it fun and attractive. This resource is able to be edited so you can write where your class can look for words e.g. in their book, around the room, on a word card/Spell-Write etc. Then print it out (mine is enlarged to A3) and display on the wall.