Bring a sense of fun to your end-of-term French, Spanish and German lessons with these board games, quizzes and group activities
With one eye already on the door, it can be a challenge for any teacher to make the most of the final few weeks of term. So now is the time to bring out those light-hearted lesson ideas! Take your pick from this bumper collection of tried-and-tested activities, designed to reward students’ hard work while recapping important those all-important skills.
What better way to engage pupils, practise key vocabulary and develop teamwork skills than with a quiz? Get young learners tackling these cultural questions, including everything from music to monuments. Meanwhile, older students will love the challenge of this vocabulary-focused, Pointless-style quiz*.
Alternatively, add an element of fun to the topic of the ailments and diseases with this simple board game.
Embrace students’ competitive spirits with this comprehensive quiz, containing questions about Spanish-speaking countries, celebrities and popular culture. For something a bit different, try this cops and robbers game, in which two teams race to answer as many questions as possible to get their representative to safety.
Or, why not let luck dictate the conversations in your classroom and spark imaginative speaking practice with this dice-led conversation game* for older learners?
If your pupils are already talking about the holidays, why not make sure it counts towards their speaking and listening practice?! This map-based lesson is ideal for recapping directions, while this colourful board game focuses on phrases related to leisure and holidays.
On a more serious note, ensure students' grammar is up to scratch ahead of the break using this collection of differentiated domino tasks*.
|French resources||Spanish resources||German resources|
|KS3 cultural quiz||Spanish culture quiz||Map-based lesson|
|Pointless-style quiz*||Cops and robber game||Leisure board game|
|Body-themed board game||Dice-led conversations*||Domino tasks*|
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