Printable games and speaking activities for a Leisure Activities / Interests / Free Time or Pastimes in French unit (Les Loisirs / Le Temps Libre). Use to review key vocabulary, linked questions, answers and grammar points at Upper Primary or Early Secondary: 2 Four in a Row games, 3 Serpents et Echelles Board Games (2 levels), an active oral card game and 16 bingo cards. 7 pages of vocab support in different versions are included for display or printing if required. My French basics resources suit students beginning French and near beginners in KS2 (Year 4, 5, 6) and KS3 (Year 7) and equivalents. Please check previews. All resources and instructions in PDF.
Features 18 hobbies / leisure activities (aller au parc, aller au cinema, cuisiner, danser, dessiner, écouter de la musique, faire du camping, faire du jardinage, faire les magasins, faire du patinage, faire de la photographie, jouer de la guitare, jouer du piano, jouer aux jeux de société, jouer sur l’ordinateur, lire, regarder la télé, sortir avec mes amis) and linked questions and phrases, including opinions and frequency.
GAMES PACK CONTENTS:
FRENCH HOBBIES VOCABULARY
- 7 pages to support students if required (display or print), some with and without background colours
- ‘j’aime + infinitive’ and first person phrases (‘je fais’ etc)
- Frequency vocab - sometimes, often, every day, once / twice a week
ACTIVE ORAL CARD GAME
- 36 game cards (2 of each design)
- Students circulate to find player with matching card by speaking about hobbies
- English and French text versions plus full instructions
SERPENTS ET ECHELLES
- 3 different printable game boards (Snakes and Ladders) for oral practice (2 for practice of hobbies phrases and 1 for adding frequency)
2 x 4 IN A ROW GAMES
- First to get 4 in a row - vertically, horizontally or diagonally - wins.
- Students roll dice and say a hobbies word from that column and say it in French. Laminate and use dry-wipe markers
BINGO / NOUGHTS AND CROSSES CARDS
- 16 cards for a group game of Bingo in pairs (teacher or student reads out words) or Tic Tac Toe / Noughts and Crosses
- If cards are laminated, students use dry-wipe markers