Mardi-gras
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Shabell

Mardi-gras

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Powerpoint to help explain Mardi Gras carnival in France
Recettes de Mardi-Gras
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Frenchgirl1303

Recettes de Mardi-Gras

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I adapted some info I found on L'internaute.com/cuisiner and added some questions. Could be useful for some quick reading exercises
Mardi Gras Wordsearch
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mgerencser

Mardi Gras Wordsearch

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A simple wordsearch to go with the wealth of Mardi Gras powerpoints available on TES. Pupils need to find words, look up meaning in dictionary and say whether they are masculine or feminine.
Mardi Gras Word Search
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Krazikas

Mardi Gras Word Search

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A Mardi Gras themed word search. A set of differentiated word searches, anagrams and a crossword are available to purchase Activity Pack - Differentiated Word Seaches, Anagrams and Crossword This resource includes - 3 differentiated word searches - 3 differentiated anagram worksheets - 1 crossword 'Mardi Gras' PowerPoint Lesson / Assembly Mardi Gras - Lesson / Assembly Presentation and Activity Pack Brighten up dull February days with this colourful resource about Mardi Gras which takes place in many countries around the world prior to the start of Lent. This is a 55 slide, fully editable and informative lesson / assembly presentation. It makes reference to - the meaning of Mardi Gras - why it has evolved - the different ways countries celebrate Mardi Gras It contains hyperlinks to the Rio Carnival, the New Orleans Carnival, the Nice Carnival, the Belgium Carnival, the Venice Carnival and the Quebec Carnival. There is also a link to Paul Simon's 'Take me to the Mardi Gras' on slide 1 which could be used before the start of the assembly. It may even inspire you to hold your own Mardi Gras event in school! Save money and buy both resources at a discounted rate Mardi Gras - Lesson / Assembly Presentation and Activity Pack For more inspiring educational resources visit Inspire and Educate
Mardi Gras
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ftbnemesis

Mardi Gras

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This is a one-sided worksheet about the origins of Mardi Gras and how it is celebrated in France and across the world.
Mardi Gras Presentation
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Krazikas

Mardi Gras Presentation

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Brighten up February days in school with this colourful and informative 55-slide PowerPoint presentation about Mardi Gras which takes place in many countries around the world prior to the start of Lent. This year Mardi Gras (Shrove Tuesday / Pancake Day) falls on Tuesday, February 28th. The PowerPoint makes reference to the meaning of Mardi Gras and its origins. It contains hyperlinks to the Rio Carnival, the New Orleans Carnival, the Nice Carnival, the Belgium Carnival, the Venice Carnival and the Quebec Carnival. There is also a link to Paul Simon's 'Take me to the Mardi Gras' on slide 1 which could be used before the start of the assembly. You may also be interested in: Mardi Gras Activity Pack - Crosswords, Anagrams, Wordsearches More Lent and Easter Resources Thinking of publishing your own resources or already an author and want to improve your resources and sales? Check out this step-by-step guide. How to Become a Successful TES Author: Step by Step Guide
Mardi Gras Activity Book
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bvfrance2016

Mardi Gras Activity Book

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This is a short Mardi Gras lesson that covers the history of Mardi Gras, Creole Mardi Gras traditions, some vocabulary words, a recipe for Beignets, and a mask project with template.
Mardi Gras in French wordsearch
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jer520

Mardi Gras in French wordsearch

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Wordsearch has 30 French words related to Mardi Gras hidden. There are 10 versions included: 5 with word list in French and 5 with word list in English (students must translate the words to French and then find them).
Mardi Gras French Sudoku
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jer520

Mardi Gras French Sudoku

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Sudoku game uses 9 Mardi gras related terms: le beignet, le Carême, le char, le collier, la couronne, la crêpe, le défilé, le gâteau du roi, le Pâques. 5 versions included. This puzzle has pictures and English terms in the grid as well as French in order to make students be more aware of what the vocabulary means.
Mardi Gras in French Bingo
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jer520

Mardi Gras in French Bingo

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Print on cardstock and laminate. Includes 35 Bingo cards. Uses 23 different expressions (the same ones as on my other Mardi Gras products). Includes 1 set of calling cards in French and 1 set in English.
Mardi Gras Crossword
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jer520

Mardi Gras Crossword

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Crossword has 30 clues in English; all answers are in French. [These are the same words as on my mini-posters.] 5 versions included.
Mardi Gras French Posters
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jer520

Mardi Gras French Posters

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Set of 27 posters in French for Mardi Gras. Print on cardstock and laminate. Includes le roi, la reine, la couronne, le bal masque, le costume, le feu de joie, le char, le defile, le flambeau, le masque, la foule, le collier, le violet (la justice), le jaune (la puissance), le vert (la foi), laissez les bons temps rouler, mardi gras, le mercredi des cendres, le Carême, le Paques, la Nouvelle Orléans, la babiole, le doublon, le gâteau du roi, la fève, la crêpe, le beignet.
Mardi Gras Presentation
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Krazikas

Mardi Gras Presentation

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Brighten up February days in school with this colourful and informative resource about Mardi Gras which takes place in many countries around the world prior to the start of Lent. This year Mardi Gras (Shrove Tuesday / Pancake Day) falls on Tuesday, February 28th. The PowerPoint makes reference to: - the meaning of Mardi Gras - why it has evolved - the different ways countries celebrate Mardi Gras The PowerPoint contains 55 slides and has hyperlinks to the Rio Carnival, the New Orleans Carnival, the Nice Carnival, the Belgium Carnival, the Venice Carnival and the Quebec Carnival. There is also a link to Paul Simon's 'Take me to the Mardi Gras' on slide 1 which could be used before the start of the assembly. You may also be interested in: Mardi Gras Activity Pack - Crosswords, Anagrams, Wordsearches More Lent and Easter Resources Thinking of publishing your own resources or already an author and want to improve your resources and sales? Check out this step- b- step guide. How to Become a Successful TES Author: Step by Step Guide
Mardi Gras Puzzle Pack
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Krazikas

Mardi Gras Puzzle Pack

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This Mardi Gras puzzle pack contains three differentiated word searches, three differentiated anagram worksheets and one crossword. You may also be interested in: Mardi Gras Presentation This is a fully editable, 55-slide PowerPoint presentation on Mardi Gras which takes place in many countries around the world prior to the start of Lent. The PowerPoint includes: - the meaning of Mardi Gras - the origins of Mardi Gras - the different ways countries celebrate Mardi Gras The Powerpoint contains hyperlinks to the Rio Carnival, the New Orleans Carnival, the Nice Carnival, the Belgium Carnival, the Venice Carnival and the Quebec Carnival. There is also a link to Paul Simon's 'Take me to the Mardi Gras' on slide 1 which could be used before the start of the assembly. More Lent and Easter Resources Thinking of publishing your own resources or already an author and want to improve your resources and sales? Check out this step-by-step guide. How to Become a Successful TES Author: Step by Step Guide To be kept informed of new resources click here and follow.
Mardi Gras Puzzle Pack
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Krazikas

Mardi Gras Puzzle Pack

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This resource contains a Mardi Gras themed puzzle pack. The pack includes: - 3 differentiated word searches - 3 differentiated anagram worksheets - 1 crossword < You may also be interested in: Mardi Gras Presentation This is a fully editable, colourful and informative 55-slide PowerPoint presentation on Mardi Gras which takes place in many countries around the world prior to the start of Lent. The PowerPoint makes reference to: - the meaning of Mardi Gras - why it has evolved - the different ways countries celebrate Mardi Gras The PowerPoint also contains hyperlinks to the Rio Carnival, the New Orleans Carnival, the Nice Carnival, the Belgium Carnival, the Venice Carnival and the Quebec Carnival. There is also a link to Paul Simon's 'Take me to the Mardi Gras' on slide 1 which could be used before the start of the assembly. More Lent and Easter Resources Thinking of publishing your own resources or already an author and want to improve your resources and sales? Check out this step-by-step guide. How to Become a Successful TES Author: Step by Step Guide
Mardi Gras Mini Book
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Mardi Gras Mini Book

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Mardi Gras Mardi Gras Facts For Kids Mini Book With Printable Masks: **Updated 2015**This is a bright and colorful mini book that explains the celebration of Mardi Gras or 'carnival' to kids. It can be used in your Social Studies lessons and also in your Reading classes. Although the words may be difficult for some Grade One students to read, it is recommended that this product be used in guided reading activities. Update~~I have now included a black and white version. Included are 10 printable Mardi Gras masks that can be printed and embellished with beads, feathers or glitter dust as a craftivity. (C) 2013 Nicole Hernandez A Teacher's Idea ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ I pride myself on creating quality resources for teachers and students alike. Every effort has been made to make this resource error free. Should you find a mistake please let me know in the "Ask a Question" section or email me prior to feedback and I will quickly fix it. You can then redownload the corrected version for free! Your feedback is greatly appreciated. ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ ⚊ All Rights Reserved by © Nicole Hernandez . This product is to be used by the original downloader ONLY. Copying for more than one teacher, classroom, department, school, or school system is prohibited. No part of this resource maybe posted on a blog (personal or commercial), webpage/site, server, or other location that is accessible by multiple people. Violations of this notice are subject to the penalties of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA). Intended for classroom and personal use ONLY. Thank you for respecting my work!
Digital Escape Game - Mardi Gras
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frackiewicz123

Digital Escape Game - Mardi Gras

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Mardi Gras is here! Your friend has sent you some beads, but you can't open they box they're in without figuring out the codes to the locks. Learn about Mardi Gras and open the box to get your prize. This is a challenging activity that students will need to work together and think critically in order to complete. All readings are in English. This digital breakout game includes the following topics: Krewes Throws The Cajuns King's Cake Calculating the Date of Mardi Gras You can have students do this activity individually or in small groups. You do need internet access to do the activity. You may want to check to be sure that your district allows access to google sites before purchasing this item, you can use this link as a test to see that it works: Joyeux Noel. Note about digital breakouts, as they are new to the educational scene and can be confusing for those who have never done an 'escape the room' type game: The first clue will always be the most difficult for them. Once they figure that out, the others will be easier because they will get the idea of how things work. They will mouse over the images, looking for the hand or arrow that lets them know that it's a link. Once they open the link, they'll want to read the page, watch the video, etc. The clues are hidden in there. The tricky part is that they don't know which clue is on which page - they have to work together, think about what they're looking for, and think about what they've learned on each page. They know that they need certain things to open the locks - but they can't be sure if they've got it until they try it. If they try a word or a number and it doesn't work, they can keep trying until they figure out what it's supposed to be. For sure it is a challenging activity - the first time I did one, my students were pretty confused. I guided them to opening the first clue but then told them they'd have to figure out what exactly they were looking for. Most of them did end up solving the puzzle, but a few groups were one clue short of solving it. Since you have the answers, you can guide your students if they need it. I had some groups who would never get the clue if I didn't nudge them in the right direction. But I also had some who didn't want any help and relished the challenge. It's not really a question/answer sort of thing since that would be just a scavenger hunt or research project. They have to discuss what they think might be the most important things on each page and go from there.
French: Pancake Day, Mardi Gras
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MosaiK

French: Pancake Day, Mardi Gras

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4-page French workbook + crossword, vocab list + crossword solution; A 10-slide presentation includes all tasks from the workbook and 16 picture cards feature all photos from the book too. Ideal for cover, class work, homework ... This resource takes learners through the tradition of crêpes on Shrowe Tuesday in France. Tasks include reading comprehension with questions, naming baking ingredients, putting pictures (of crêpes making process) into the correct order, and reading / translating a recipe. Finally there is a crossword for learners to complete by solving clues in French. A solution to the individual clues is provided. A vocabulary list is also included in this resource to enable learners to complete the tasks in the work book individually or in pairs/groups. This makes the resource ideal for a cover lesson. Why not stretch this out by asking learners to make up their own word search or crossword with clues in French or English? If you and your students like this resource, please leave me a review, follow me and check out my other resources. Look out for my bundles which will save you time and money for even more learning opportunities. Out of fairness to me and to reflect the time I spent designing this resource, please be sure to purchase a school license if you intend to share it with colleagues anywhere. Thank you. ©MosaiK
Mardi Gras Interactive Foldable Booklets
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KnowledgeBoxCentral

Mardi Gras Interactive Foldable Booklets

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Mardi Gras is a fun-filled celebration with a lot of history. Templates and instructions are included for creating 5 Interactive Foldable Booklets. Links are provided for learning about this topic. These are designed to be used with any textbook or curriculum. Glue into your Interactive Notebook or Lapbook. The booklets include the following: •Mardi Gras History • Mardi Gras Colors • When is Mardi Gras • Mardi Gras King Cakes • Mardi Gras Parades This product is a downloadable ebook in PDF format. Just follow the instructions as you print, cut, fold, glue, and create!