Printable writing activities for your French Sports / Les Sports en Francais unit: 6 worksheets (with additional differentiated versions), including gap-fill exercises, basic comprehension tasks and a fun review puzzle. Add this to your Upper Primary or Earlylessons to consolidate key vocabulary, linked questions, answers and grammar points. 5 vocabulary support sheets 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 for a sample. Full instructions in the PDF. UK and US versions are included (minor amendments such as use of terms ‘football’ and ‘soccer’ to cater for teachers in different countries).
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Features 18 sports: badminton, baseball, basketball, cricket, football, American football, golf, ice hockey, rugby, tennis, table tennis, running, horse riding, gymnastics, cycling, karate, swimming, skiing. Consolidates linked questions and answers, such as ‘What sports do you do?’, the use of ‘jouer’ and ‘faire’ to build sport phrases, and likes and dislikes.
INCLUDED IN RESOURCE:
5 pages of vocabulary support. Use the nouns and / or verbs (faire / jouer) versions (included with and without background) to support students if required. Display or print. Includes word mat version of key vocabulary.
5 worksheets (with answer keys). Worksheet 1-3 come in 1-and 2-star versions, with 1-star being for lower ability, younger, or less experienced students. Worksheets 4 and 5 are basic comprehension worksheets, with 5 being more challenging. They feature different texts - use for differentiation or to provide progression for the same students.
‘TROUVEZ LES ERREURS’ PUZZLE
A fun alternative to standard worksheets, this sixth worksheet is great for review. Students hunt for errors in translations of basic French sport phrases. Individual or small group completion. Print or display answer key for self-checking.
Resources have colour images but work fine in black and white.