1. Resources Home
  2. Early Years
  3. Languages
  4. French
  5. School, education and the world of work
Articles scolaires - Card Game

Articles scolaires - Card Game

This game is a French version of the classic " I have… Who has …? " game, designed to practice the classroom objects. This is an easy-to-play game and a great way to practice essential language concepts with the whole class. As students match up the answers on their cards with questions on other students’ cards, they get valuable practice with vocabulary, as well as reading and listening skills. Directions: Cut out the cards along the dotted line and laminate. For bigger classes, you might want to print several copies of each set. Give out all the cards in the set to the students. It is important to use all the cards. Choose a student to go first. I usually do that by a counting rhyme. Have the selected student read the question at the bottom of the card aloud and then put the card down. The student who has the card with the answer then reads that answer aloud. This student will then read the question at the bottom of their card and put the card down. Play continues in this fashion until all of the cards have been played. The game will end with the same student who started play. Every card in the set is connected to a card before it and a card after it. To keep the game moving at a quick pace, all students need to pay attention to every question that has been asked. I tell my younger students that this is a magic game and that the magic only works if you pay attention, which is actually true. The magic happens in the end, when the question on the last card actually matches the answer on the very first card. Enjoy!
didade
A quoi ca sert - Articles scolaires - Card Game

A quoi ca sert - Articles scolaires - Card Game

This game is a French version of the classic " I have… Who has …? " game, designed to practice the classroom objects and what we use them for (verbs like write, read, colour, paint, cut, erase etc). This is an easy-to-play game and a great way to practice essential language concepts with the whole class. As students match up the answers on their cards with questions on other students’ cards, they get valuable practice with vocabulary, as well as reading and listening skills. Directions: Cut out the cards along the dotted line and laminate. For bigger classes, you might want to print several copies of each set. Give out all the cards in the set to the students. It is important to use all the cards. Choose a student to go first. I usually do that by a counting rhyme. Have the selected student read the question at the bottom of the card aloud and then put the card down. The student who has the card with the answer then reads that answer aloud. This student will then read the question at the bottom of their card and put the card down. Play continues in this fashion until all of the cards have been played. The game will end with the same student who started play. Every card in the set is connected to a card before it and a card after it. To keep the game moving at a quick pace, all students need to pay attention to every question that has been asked. I tell my younger students that this is a magic game and that the magic only works if you pay attention, which is actually true. The magic happens in the end, when the question on the last card actually matches the answer on the very first card. Enjoy!
didade
Snakes and Ladders Template

Snakes and Ladders Template

This template can be used in many different ways… I put cards in an envelope with a question mark on it and if they land on a space with a question mark, students either have to translate a word, or conjugate a verb, or use a word in a sentence, or answer a question etc. etc. to advance on their next go. You just need some counters and dice for students to play!
Meljones88
Label your school in FRENCH

Label your school in FRENCH

Quick printable to cut out, laminate and label: Rooms in a primary school Items in a classroom Raise the profile of French in your school by making the language present throughout the building! Encourages pupils to use French outside core MFL lesson time for everyday tasks. Multiple labels for items/rooms, of which there is more than one set e.g. toilets, exercise books, doors! Translation file attached for non-specialist teachers, listing meanings of all words and labels included.
naomifrench
20 lessons!

20 lessons!

So much stuff, so many slides. You won't regret it! This is a one off only! 20 French lessons which I normally sell for £3 each! Selling 20 for £6! Will only be available for a few days.
cathy004
French Classroom Monitors List / Les moniteurs et les monitrices

French Classroom Monitors List / Les moniteurs et les monitrices

A class monitor list with spaces for names to be added, allocating class equipment responsibilities to pupils. Useful for teaching and reinforcing key class equipment vocabulary and class instructions. Aims: Reinforcing class routines using MFL ; building MFL into everyday classroom tasks. Teacher can change Year group name
naomifrench
Back to School Vocabulary in French (Vocabulaire de la rentrée scolaire)

Back to School Vocabulary in French (Vocabulaire de la rentrée scolaire)

Matériel à imprimer, découper et plastifier. Ce document contient 69 mots de vocabulaire se rapportant à l'école. Chaque mot est accompagné d'un déterminant et d'une image. Très utile pour le coin lecture et écriture ainsi que pour les classes d'immersion française. P.S.: Pour certains mots, j'ai mis deux termes différents; celui qu'on utilise au Canada et celui qu'on utilise en France.
Manon61r
LA RENTRÉE (1  PUZZLE VAUT 1000 MOTS)

LA RENTRÉE (1 PUZZLE VAUT 1000 MOTS)

Imprimez et découpez ces puzzles pour que les petits puissent les reconstruire. Par l’effet d’osmose, ils apprendront à lire et écrire les mots illustrés tout en jouant. Le premier dossier comprend les puzzles en lettres minuscules; le deuxième comprend les puzzles en lettres majuscules . Engage your pupils with reading (and writing) through play by printing and cutting out these puzzles for them to solve.
Carlav
French Classroom Door Signs

French Classroom Door Signs

Classroom door signs written in French to welcome pupils into classroom. Includes 'have you got your folder?' and 'have you got your pencil case?'.
misssanglier