FRENCH TELLING TIME O’CLOCK BINGO GAMES - 100 DIFFERENTIATED BINGO GRIDS AND 32 CALLING CARDS - PERFECT FOR PRIMARY AND BEGINNER FRENCH!
Bingo games are perfect for language learning, and they’re really easy to differentiate. All my students, regardless of age, find playing the games a great way of consolidating their vocab, and developing their FRENCH language skills in general - bingo is absolutely perfect for speaking, listening, reading and writing/spelling. Play in primary / elementary French lessons, and in your first high school French lessons too!
I have folders ready with lots of different bingo grids in them, so that they are good to grab and go whenever students select them, or I decide it’s time for a quick practice and refresh session.
In this pack I’ve included six files, which are all non-editable and in a zipped format:
50 clock face 9-square grids, 2 per page (25 pages). I play in different ways, for example I might give students a random selection of pages, and they select the order of grids they play from. Sometimes I cut out the grids, and place them in a small bowl or similar object on tables, and students select grids randomly from the bowl. Depending on the size of your class, you should have several winners per game! The grids designed for all the squares to be crossed off in order to win the game.
30 FRENCH time phrases bingo 9-square grids, 2 per page (15 pages) - great for both listening and reading skills
20 mixed clock face and time phrase 9-square grids, 2 per page (10 pages).
3 blank templates for clock face, time phrase and mixed clock face and time phrase
games for students to create their own bingo grids for each other.
32 FRENCH calling cards, with all the time phrases written in full. I add an extra
challenge by calling the time phrases out in English from time to time - I’ve found that’s a really great way of further consolidating vocab - students have to focus carefully on the language ‘switch’! It’s definitely useful to have calling cards, so that you can keep track of what you’re calling out, and it also lets students be the bingo caller too, meaning they can play quite independently.
FRENCH counters you can laminate for students to play with — or keep it low-tech
and use pens or pencils!
MERCI BEAUCOUP ET BON DIVERTISSEMENT !