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ELEMENTARY GERMAN NUMBERS 0-31 - PERFECT FOR SUPPORTING LEARNING IN THE WORLD LANGUAGES CLASSROOM AND IDEAL FOR BEGINNER GERMAN LEARNERS Create an instant reference resource for students focusing on high-frequency beginner German vocabulary. I’ve found that these kinds of reference lists are a really successful learning support resource, and are really popular with students too. They work well when students keep them carefully in learning files or folders for current and future reference. They also work well printed double-sided and laminated for small-group work in class. I designed this specifically for my young and/or beginning learners of German, and it’s suitable for a range of ages and learning stages.

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GERMAN FRUITS & VEGETABLES FLASHCARDS POSTERS

**ELEMENTARY GERMAN CLASSROOM DECOR GERMAN FRUITS VEGETABLES POSTERS FLASHCARDS** My younger students love to see *German displays* in the classroom, and they also work really well for *older beginner German learners* too. There are *25 fruits and 25 vegetables, definite article, feminine and masculine, singular and plural* - that's so useful as a way into the *concept of gender*. I tend to vary my displays quite regularly, and have different posters up at various times of the school year. We use them as *speaking and pronunciation prompts, and for guessing games too*. We don't actually learn 25 fruits or vegetables at this stage, but I use a range that includes some that children may not know yet, such as *starfruit and aubergines*. That's ideal for discussing *healthy eating*, and for generally developing children's vocabulary in their own language too. The posters work really well as flashcards too, and they're great for introducing and practicing language with a 'low-tech' method, giving us all a break from the whiteboard, which children definitely enjoy! **The fruits are:** green apples # red apple # bananas # cherries # dates # fig # green # grapes # red grapes # kiwi # lemon # mango # nectarine # olives # oranges # papaya # peach # pears # pineapple # pumpkin # raspberry redcurrants # rhubarb # starfruit # strawberries # watermelon **The vegetables are:** artichoke # asparagus # beetroot # broccoli # cabbage # carrots # cauliflower # celery # corn # cucumber # eggplants/aubergines # French/green beans # garlic # leeks # lettuce # mushrooms # onions peas # red peppers # yellow pepper # potatoes # sprouts # spinach # sweet potatoes # tomato # I've also included a couple of my free-to-download resources that you may not have seen in my store. The posters are 8.5 x 11 (A4) portrait size. There are two backgrounds to choose from - German flag or black wave, so 100 posters in total. The files are non-editable in a zipped format. They're copyright, all rights reserved. They may not be copied, rewritten, shared or distributed in any way. The license for purchase is a single-user license only. Please read the Terms of Use. **VIELEN DANK UND GUTEN APPETIT!**

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GERMAN TASK CARDS MINI-BUNDLE #1

***GERMAN TASK CARDS GRAMMAR VERBS CHRISTMAS NUMBERS DAYS DATES MONTHS SEASONS 368 QUESTION CARDS WITH ANSWER KEYS AND RECORDING SHEETS*** There are six sets of **German Task Cards** in this mini-bundle. My students absolutely love task cards, and find them really useful for helping them get to grips with their **German**. Task cards are great for independent learning - students can work at their own pace, in pairs or in small groups, and really focus on the target language. There are answer keys and recording sheets for every set, though my students often just use their notebooks for writing their answers. Each set has a question card template too - this is a really popular activity with my students, and they love to create questions for each other. Additionally, this enables them to apply their developing understanding of **German** in a very practical and creative way. I have a series of task cards sets ready to go for my students - they're a very popular choice for our 'free-choice' learning time. In this mini-bundle: **German Numbers 0-31 Task Cards** These are perfect for developing German language skills in general, as well as for practicing and revising numbers - there are 36 differentiated questions, full answer key and a recording sheet. The cards have a bonus multi-skill focus on listening, speaking, pronunciation, reading and spelling, and really help students develop more independence in their learning, moving away from more teacher-led tasks and activities. **German Christmas Numbers 0-31 Task Cards** Christmas is such a great time for revisiting and revising language - the Christmas theme is a great motivator - my students love the Christmas version of the cards - it's more than just learning German Christmas words, or German numbers - it really is about general German language skills development - again, there are 36 differentiated questions. **German Numbers 0-100 Task Cards** In this set, there are 48 question cards of varying complexity and challenge - we revisit these regularly in the beginning stages of our German lessons, as they're ideal for develop students competence and overall confidence in their German skills. No calculators allowed! The question card template is particularly useful with this set, as the high numbers mean there's a lot more scope for creating really challenging questions. **German Days, Dates, Months & Seasons Task Cards** This is essential beginner German vocab, and task cards are ideal for really embedding this vocab - there are 48 questions in this set. I give my beginners frequent opportunities to work with these - they work just as well with elementary German learners, as they do with older beginners. **German Regular Verbs Present Tense Task Cards** I use these cards not only when we're working on conjugating regular German verbs in the present tense, but also across the school year, and beyond - my more advanced students enjoy the challenge of 'going back to the start'. These cards are also a great introduction of working and learning independently, and they give students chance to grasp the concept of conjugation at their own pace. There are 100 questions, four question cards per page - because these are generally for new German learners, I like to have a larger font size, as I've found that dense text can make language inaccessible to new learners. The cards focus on 25 high-frequency regular German verbs. **German Irregular Verbs Present Tense Task Cards** There are 100 questions in this set too. When my students feel pretty confident with patterns in the conjugation of regular verbs, we do move on to irregular verbs, as they are able to transfer and identify patterns with these verbs too. There are 25 high-frequency German verbs in the set, and as with the set of regular verbs, the template allows students to apply their knowledge practically and creatively. In both this set, and the regular verbs set, there are alphabetical verb lists, German-English and English-German for students to refer to, and add to as they meet new verbs. All files are non-editable in a zipped format and include the following: * **question cards**, students don't have to work through all cards at once - they can select cards randomly for short periods of time during lessons, whatever way suits your learning plan best. * **answer recording sheet** - I don't actually always use these - I let students use their work notebooks for answers simply use their notebooks for answers. In some set, I’ve included a sheet with a background, and one without. Similarly, in some sets I’ve also included a blank sheet, with no numbers, which is useful when students are working ‘randomly’ through the cards at different times. * **answer key** - I find having a key essential for students, as it helps them to work and learn independently, and it also offers extra opportunity to engage with language - I tend to laminate sets of answer keys - one answer key for each small group is enough * **question cards template** for students to apply their knowledge practically, and to create questions for each other - this is a really challenging and popular activity, and I encourage students to include other vocab and verbs they know or learn. I've also added a couple of my free-to-download resources you many not have seen in my store - I hope you'll find these useful for your students. The bundle is copyright, all rights reserved. It may not be copied, rewritten, shared or distributed, in whole or in part, in any way. The license for purchase is a single-use license only. Please read the Terms of Use carefully. ***VIELEN DANK UND VIEL SPAß IN DER DEUTSCHSTUNDE!***

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