French clothing - les vetements - puzzlesQuick View

French clothing - les vetements - puzzles

Fun puzzles - word search, crossword, missing letter, anagrams plus a handout - to practice French clothes vocabulary - un pull, un pantalon, un chemisier, une chemise, une robe, une jupe, un blouson, un bonnet, une écharpe, des gants, des bottes, des chaussures, des chaussettes, un tee-shirt, un short, des tennis. These puzzles are also included in our French clothing activities, puzzles and games which includes flashcards, write around the room, flip book, Mes Amis booklet, bingo, dominoes, matching cards and more. Please don't purchase this puzzle set if you have already bought the complete topic set.
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GCSE FRENCH: French possessive adjectives puzzle activityQuick View

GCSE FRENCH: French possessive adjectives puzzle activity

Students of all ages will enjoy putting this French possessive adjectives puzzle together. Divide your students into small groups and give each group a photocopy of the puzzle. Have them cut out the squares, mix them up, and put them back together again matching the possessive adjectives in French and English. Once they've done it a few times you could have a class competition to see which group and put the puzzle together the fastest. They love it!!
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French: Introduction to French Verbs with Noisette the CatQuick View

French: Introduction to French Verbs with Noisette the Cat

For beginner or early level French students, here is a solid introduction to the two most-used French verbs (‘to be’ and ‘to have’) as well as to the ‘first group’ of French verbs. Noisette the cat narrates a simple text and workbook in which the student learns about French verbs in short sections. Each section has a corresponding ‘Practise Sheet’ to reinforce and review the material (23 in total). Upon completion of this book, the student will have a thorough knowledge of ‘être’ ‘avoir’ and the er-verbs in the present tense. General topics include: - How to conjugate a verb - Matching verbs and subjects - Using masculine and feminine pronouns and nouns and matching them to the verb - Using the correct form of ‘you’ - Simple sentences - Why er-verbs belong to the ‘first group’ - Common technical terms such as first person plural, infinitive, root etc. - How to conjugate any verb from the first group This book is the logical next step after completing ‘Beginner’s French with Noisette the Cat’. Bonus! Now included are notebooking pages featuring cat silhouettes - useful for vocabulary lists, written assignments, etc.
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GCSE FRENCH: French Christmas Taboo Game - NoëlQuick View

GCSE FRENCH: French Christmas Taboo Game - Noël

Play this French Christmas - Noël Taboo game and have some fun! Playing games and having fun is when learning really happens in French class. I love to play the game Taboo with my students. French taboo is a game that is easy to modify and use with beginners and advanced students alike. Object of the game: One player tries to get his teammate to guess the word at the top of a card. The player must give clues, but he can't use any of the Taboo words in his description. The taboo words are written beneath the underlined word at the top of the card. Teams score points for each word successfully guessed. The team with the most points at the end of the game wins. Beginner students should be allowed to use the French TABOO words printed on the cards. This will encourage them to use new vocabulary and will help them in forming sentences to use as clues. Included: 30 playing cards in French and English to print, cut out and laminate - color copy 30 playing cards in French and English to print, cut out and laminate - black and white copy File for projecting one card at a time Sheet for recording new vocabulary words 15 mots max - alternative way to play How to play LICENSING TERMS: This purchase includes a license for one teacher only for personal use in their classroom. Licenses are non-transferable, meaning they can not be passed from one teacher to another. No part of this resource is to be shared with colleagues or used by an entire grade level, school, or district without purchasing the proper number of licenses. COPYRIGHT TERMS: This resource may not be uploaded to the internet in any form, including classroom/personal websites or network drives, unless the site is password protected and can only be accessed by students. Merci beaucoup! Don't forget to follow my shop. You will receive updates when I add new products or throw a sale!
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French: Beginner's French with Noisette the CatQuick View

French: Beginner's French with Noisette the Cat

This story and workbook will introduce you to 160 French words and phrases, and to ten basic concepts of French grammar and language. Read about Noisette, a little cat who lives in Paris with the 'grand-mère', an elderly woman who loves to paint. Every lesson contains a short story, with French words embedded and translated in the text. After the reading, memorize the new words, learn a bit of grammar and do a short grammar exercise. Also included are ‘fill in the blanks’ pages for practise or testing, a complete list of vocabulary, and extra review ideas. Note: as this is not an audio product, the teacher/parent must have a prior basic knowledge of how to pronounce French words. Bonus! Now included are notebooking pages featuring cat silhouettes - useful for vocabulary lists, written assignments, etc.
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GCSE FRENCH: French Subjunctive Speaking Task CardsQuick View

GCSE FRENCH: French Subjunctive Speaking Task Cards

These 30 questions are just right for students who need to practice the PRESENT SUBJUNCTIVE, and they are a perfect no prep speaking activity for busy teachers. Each EST-CE QUE question uses the TU form with verbs in the present subjunctive. In addition to regular and irregular -ER, -IR and -RE verbs I've also included many irregular verbs. In order to avoid OUI and NON answers, each question also includes an interrogative word which is great practice in helping to remember what they mean and where they're placed in the sentence. Since all of the questions are asked in the TU form, all of the answers will be in the first person singular. This is so that students can really focus and get used to using these verbs when talking about themselves and when talking to a friend. Just cut out the 30 cards, punch holes in the spaces provided and attach the stack of cards with a key ring. It would be a great idea to print on card stock and laminate the cards before punching holes and attaching them. Super easy and no prep for years to come. Both black and white and color versions are included as well as a 2 page print out of the questions if you should decide to use them as a quiz or homework assignment. I am a firm believer that repetition is key in learning a language, and that's why I've created many different versions of these speaking cards. All of the cards ask the same basic questions, but each time in a different tense. My students really appreciate the familiarity of the cards even when learning a new tense.
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French Interactive NotebookQuick View

French Interactive Notebook

My French Interactive Notebook has 130 pages and more will be added! The price will increase as the notebook grows. This French interactive notebook is completely hands-on and interactive. Each chapter in this interactive grammar journal includes a divider for the topic that is covered in the chapter, at least one hands-on activity for students to put in their French notebooks and an assessment. There are also pictures of children using this notebook to give you ideas about how to set up your French notebooks. Topics covered: Les Phrases - Basic Phrases Les Couleurs - Colors Les Nombres - Numbers être - to be aller - to go La Famille - The Family avoir - to have Body Parts Clothes aimer - to like Les Pronoms - Pronouns Le Pluriel - Plural Forms Les Adjectifs - Adjectives Topics to be added: Pets Months er Verbs and more! Make sure to look at the preview for more details about this fun and interactive way to teach French in your classroom! All graphics are original and created by myself. Thanks for visiting my store, Yvonne Crawford
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GCSE FRENCH: French definite and indefinite articles worksheetsQuick View

GCSE FRENCH: French definite and indefinite articles worksheets

These 3 French definite and indefinite articles worksheets are best for students who have been studying French for a while, but who still struggle with understanding how and when to use definite as opposed to indefinite articles. These exercises will help students remember why we need to use articles and the reason why choosing the correct one is so important. The focus of these exercises is to choose correctly between definite and indefinite articles. Sometimes it is difficult when students don't know if the noun in question is masculine or feminine. That's why there is one worksheet that uses only masculine & singular nouns, another that uses only feminine & singular nouns, and one more that uses only plural nouns, masculine and feminine. You'll notice that the vocabulary used is more advanced than what it is when you first teach articles. These exercises are really to help non-beginners who still struggle to remember how and when to use definite and indefinite articles. Included with this resource: Exercise, LE vs UN + answer key and English translation Exercise, LA vs UNE + answer key and English translation Exercise, LES vs DES + answer key and English translation Example: _____ a. Dans ma rue, il y a __(UNE)___ boulangerie qui fabrique de très bonnes pâtisseries. _____ b. Où est __(LA)___ boulangerie Au bon pain, s’il vous plaît?
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GCSE FRENCH: French Subjunctive Activity: Giving Advice - Le SubjonctifQuick View

GCSE FRENCH: French Subjunctive Activity: Giving Advice - Le Subjonctif

Formation of the French subjunctive is the easy part. Learning how and when to use it correctly is when it gets a little tricky for our students. This is an activity on giving advice, suggestions and opinions using the French subjunctive. Included you will find fourteen different situations to which your students will have to respond by either making a suggestion, giving your opinion, or giving advice of some kind. Students will use the provided list of 24 expressions that must be followed by the French subjunctive to help them get started. 3 sample responses are provided for each of the 14 situations (to be used at your discretion, possible responses are provided in the answer section and the original is left open for students to use). Sample situation: Ton meilleur ami doit déménager dans un autre pays, et tu vas lui manquer. Quels conseils lui donnes-tu? Sample response: Il est important que nous gardions le contact par Skype et que nous nous écrivions toutes les semaines sur Facebook.
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GCSE FRENCH: French possessive adjectives worksheet - La famille - Adjectifs possessifsQuick View

GCSE FRENCH: French possessive adjectives worksheet - La famille - Adjectifs possessifs

French possessive adjectives worksheet - La famille - Adjectifs possessifs Worksheet to practice using French possessive adjectives in a family - famille context. This exercise includes 10 multiple choice sentences. Answer key provided. LICENSING TERMS: This purchase includes a license for one teacher only for personal use in their classroom. Licenses are non-transferable, meaning they can not be passed from one teacher to another. No part of this resource is to be shared with colleagues or used by an entire grade level, school, or district without purchasing the proper number of licenses. COPYRIGHT TERMS: This resource may not be uploaded to the internet in any form, including classroom/personal websites or network drives, unless the site is password protected and can only be accessed by students. GCSE FRENCH: French possessive adjectives worksheet - La famille - Adjectifs possessifs
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GCSE FRENCH: 30 French speaking questions - La nourriture - FoodQuick View

GCSE FRENCH: 30 French speaking questions - La nourriture - Food

Want your French students to use their NOURRITURE - FOOD vocabulary more? This NO PREP activity is a fun way to encourage your low intermediate to advanced students to speak more. Check out my bundle of themed vocabulary question sets to get your students speaking French: https://www.tes.com/us/teacher-lessons/french-themed-vocabulary-speaking-questions-growing-bundle-11573033 You can use it after learning specific vocabulary for friends and family or as a fun interactive activity on a day when you want to just focus on speaking and reviewing vocabulary in a different way. Check out my other FRENCH SPEAKING ACTIVITIES and THEMED VOCABULARY RESOURCES There are 30 questions in all. All of the questions are asked in the TU form and require the answering student to respond using JE. Intonation, inversion and est-ce que questions are all used. Most of the questions begin with an interrogative word encouraging more than OUI and NON responses. Some questions are in the present tense, some in the futur proche and others are in the passé composé. Topics used in these cards: * Meals * Fruits and vegetables * Food groups * Descriptions * Preferences All cards are visually stimulating and feature a circle to punch out in the upper left corner so that you can print, laminate, cut out, punch holes and hook the cards together with a keyring. Using these cards this way makes it easy to pull them out year after year to use as NO PREP speaking activities.
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French RevolutionQuick View

French Revolution

Act out the social class inequities of Pre-French Revolution in your classroom. Help students feel the injustice of the situation through a simulation that takes one class period. Your students will each be assigned a class and will be given unique card with details to help them make decisions for the simulation. They will be told the goal is to gain in status and money. There are three situation cards and after each one they have to pay the tax man. The debriefing questions have been included for you. Also included: *Two days of detailed lesson plans. *2 Researched readings *3 visual maps that show the flow of events and their impact *Simulation game with all the role cards, rules, situation cards and taxes to pay. If you enjoy my lesson please follow my store, to receive updates when I post new products. And if you would be so kind, please leave me a comment. Thank you, Ms. Furnas
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GCSE FRENCH: Past Conditional Tense French Speaking Task CardsQuick View

GCSE FRENCH: Past Conditional Tense French Speaking Task Cards

These 30 questions are just right for students who need to practice the PAST CONDITIONAL TENSE, and they are a perfect no prep speaking activity for busy teachers. Each EST-CE QUE question uses the TU form with verbs in the past conditional tense. In addition to regular and irregular -ER, -IR and -RE verbs I've also included many irregular verbs. You could easily have students respond to the questions using 3rd conditional si clauses. In order to avoid OUI and NON answers, each question also includes an interrogative word which is great practice in helping to remember what they mean and where they're placed in the sentence. Since all of the questions are asked in the TU form, all of the answers will be in the first person singular. This is so that students can really focus and get used to using these verbs when talking about themselves and when talking to a friend. Just cut out the 30 cards, punch holes in the spaces provided and attach the stack of cards with a key ring. It would be a great idea to print on card stock and laminate the cards before punching holes and attaching them. Super easy and no prep for years to come. Both black and white and color versions are included as well as a 2 page print out of the questions if you should decide to use them as a quiz or homework assignment. I am a firm believer that repetition is key in learning a language, and that's why I've created many different versions of these speaking cards. All of the cards ask the same basic questions, but each time in a different tense. My students really appreciate the familiarity of the cards even when learning a new tense.
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FRENCH ~ Les Fruits et les LégumesQuick View

FRENCH ~ Les Fruits et les Légumes

An introduction to the names of 12 fruits and 10 vegetables in French. L/O is to label the fruits and the vegetables from vocabulary in a box. There is also a worksheet with 8 fruits and 6 vegetables depending on the age of children you need it for. A follow on worksheet introduces the expressions 'J'aime, j'adore, je n'aime pas et je déteste.' There is also a comprehension worksheet with dialogues from four children giving their opinions of fruit and vegetables, together with a question worksheet. Included is also a crossword puzzle and a completed teacher copy. There are7 files in total. If you consider this worth buying, 'un très grand merci.' Please take a moment to comment. Your feedback is much appreciated. My thanks to clker.com, cliparts.co, and clipartbest.com for the use of the clipart images.
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French: 48 Dictées for BeginnersQuick View

French: 48 Dictées for Beginners

A tried and true method for improving your French at any level! Here are 48 beginners’ Dictées in the form of riddles. Guess which fruit, vegetable or animal is being described as you improve your knowledge of verb conjugation, spelling, sentence structure and vocabulary. Full English translation is included, as well as a brief guideline of what to expect in each section (General, Grammar, Expression, Verbs). Detailed instructions for getting the most out this type of exercise are included (in English). These simple texts can be used in a variety of ways for those who are ready to begin reading and writing in French. All Dictées in this collection are written in the first or second person singular or plural, in the present tense. You will find one riddle for each of the following fruits and vegetables: orange, apple, banana, zucchini, carrot, strawberry, potato, tomato, pumpkin, raspberry, lentil, watermelon, broccoli, corn, cabbage, onion, beet, lettuce, beans, blueberries, rhubarb, celery, eggplant, lemon . . . and one riddle for each of the following animals: beaver, owl, salmon, cat, whale, deer, moose, robin, wolf, crow, squirrel, dog, coyote, frog, pigeon, duck, eagle, mouse, snake, bear, raccoon, chickadee, horse, rabbit.
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French speaking activity - Unidentified French Object Paired ActivityQuick View

French speaking activity - Unidentified French Object Paired Activity

French speaking activity - Unidentified French Object Paired Activity 10 worksheets for paired speaking activities using common French vocabulary. Each worksheet displays six images of common objects, animals, insects, etc. Students describe an image to partners using short, descriptive sentences. Great activity for putting words together using new vocabulary and simple verb conjugations. Suggestions on how to begin sentences are included in French at the bottom of each page. These worksheets are completely in French and are suitable for both core and immersion curriculums. LICENSING TERMS: This purchase includes a license for one teacher only for personal use in their classroom. Licenses are non-transferable, meaning they can not be passed from one teacher to another. No part of this resource is to be shared with colleagues or used by an entire grade level, school, or district without purchasing the proper number of licenses. COPYRIGHT TERMS: This resource may not be uploaded to the internet in any form, including classroom/personal websites or network drives, unless the site is password protected and can only be accessed by students.
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GCSE FRENCH: French Trivia GameQuick View

GCSE FRENCH: French Trivia Game

This 90 question trivia game is loads of fun for an end of the year or semester game, a back to school activity, a sub plan or use trivia for bell ringer and icebreaker activities. Though his product was created for French classes, it will work for any high school class since the questions are based on general knowledge and not only French related information. I’ve included several different versions (see full details below) including French only and French and English as well as powerpoint versions which will allow you to project the game and play as a class. This trivia game is great fun as a French club activity. This resource includes: 90 trivia cards - French only with answers 90 trivia cards - French only without answers 90 trivia cards - French only without answers - Powerpoint version 90 trivia cards - French and English with answers 90 trivia cards - French and English without answers 90 trivia cards - French and English without answers - Powerpoint version Each trivia question is assigned a point value (the easiest are worth 1 point and the most difficult are worth 9 points). There are a number of ways you can play this game. Here are some of the ways I like to use this game: 1. Have students play in small groups of at least 3. One student calls the questions and verifies the answers. Students keep track of their score and in the end the one with the most points wins. 2. Project the powerpoint version of the game and have students write their answers and points scored on a numbered sheet of paper. You could easily allow students to work in small groups so that they can help each other out. In the end, the group with the most points wins. 3. Classic Jeopardy: Draw the game board which is composed of boxes with points in them on the classroom's whiteboard or project it from a computer. Group students into teams. The game starts when the teacher chooses the first easy box that teams need to answer. Once the first box has been answered, the team that answered correctly can choose the next question. They can choose the hardest questions if they want additional points or they can opt for easier ones for lower amounts of points. For the final round, also known as DOUBLE JEOPARDY the points double. The game ends when all the questions on the board game have been answered and the team with the highest score wins.
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GCSE FRENCH: French Halloween Jeopardy Game - Halloween FrançaisQuick View

GCSE FRENCH: French Halloween Jeopardy Game - Halloween Français

This French Halloween Jeopardy Game is a lot of fun during the month of October. Students get very excited about playing Jeopardy in teams and they learn a ton of fun vocabulary with a Halloween theme. This game would be wonderful to play along with my French Halloween Taboo Game because the same vocabulary is used. I would recommend having students learn the vocabulary first, then play Jeopardy, then play Taboo. My students love it and they learn SO MUCH new vocabulary. They will look forward to coming to French class!
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Present French Subjunctive Task CardsQuick View

Present French Subjunctive Task Cards

20 task cards - cartes à tâches- for practicing the present French subjunctive. Students can work cooperatively or individually. Each card features an expression that must be followed by the subjunctive. Students are given the infinitive form of the verb that must be conjugated in the present subjunctive. Answers are provided on corresponding numbered task cards so that students can easily check each others answers. All of the expressions used on these cards should be followed by the subjunctive. Print, laminate and cut out these task cards and use them over and over. Look in the upper left corner. I've indicated where you should punch a hole in each card in case you want to attach them with a ring.
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GCSE FRENCH: 50 vrai ou faux French question cards for speakingQuick View

GCSE FRENCH: 50 vrai ou faux French question cards for speaking

Use this set of VRAI OU FAUX French speaking prompt cards to get even your most timid students talking to each other in French. These 50 true or false cards are terrific for speaking and students think it is a really fun game. The cards are written only in French so they would be perfect for either French immersion or core French curriculums. Not only will your students learn a ton of new vocabulary, but they’ll think the general knowledge trivia questions are a lot of fun. You may want to have students work with a partner if you’re making a game out of it so that they can help each other out with the correct answers to the false statements. This no prep activity is perfect for small groups or centers. Use these cards as a review and vocabulary builder with French students at any level. Included: 50 vrai ou faux cards (color and black and white versions) 9 ways to use these cards Sheet to record “nouveaux mots” How to play SCOOT Response sheet to use in SCOOT activity There are many ways you can use this set of 50 vrai ou faux cards: ➤ Print, laminate, cut out, punch holes and attach on a ring for small groups to ask and answer questions. When a statement is said to be false, students have to then correct the statement to make it true. Simple negation is fine if you say so, but if you want to up the game and make it a real challenge have students correct the sentences with the correct information! Answer key is provided for small group work or centers. ➤ Use as a warm-up speaking activity with a conversation partner. As students enter the classroom have them choose 2-3 cards from a box. ➤ Students who finish their work earlier than others can choose a few of the cards and write out correct answers to false statements. ➤ Use as exit tickets. Give each student a card before the end of class and as they walk out of the room they tell the teacher their answer. ➤ Stations: Put students into groups and divide the cards amongst them. Have groups rotate to a new station as they finish the cards. ➤ Scoot: Put one card on each desk in the classroom. Give each student a response sheet and set a timer to give them just enough time to answer true or false and to correct the false statements. When the timer rings students move on to the next desk and the next question. All cards are numbered so it is simple to stay organized. Full instructions are included. ➤ Use the cards with board games. Students must answer a question in order to move. ➤ Use the cards as an icebreaker activity at the beginning of the school year or right after school holidays. ➤ Great resource for tutoring sessions and vocabulary building.
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