Primary French resources: parts of the body

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Le corps

Le corps

Teaching the body parts in KS1. An engaging presentation and an song my children loved to learn.

By Florentina03

French resources bundle. Variety of topics for beginners/ new term.

French resources bundle. Variety of topics for beginners/ new term.

A selection of topics for those first lessons in French. 12 different resources included in this bundle, covering school, town, family, at home, pets, colours, parts of the body, seasons and months of the year, numbers, dates and birthdays and more! Great value for money , includes vocab, speaking, reading and written tasks.

By skirky

Body Parts - Les Parties du corps - Phonics, Dictionary Skills and Grammar

Body Parts - Les Parties du corps - Phonics, Dictionary Skills and Grammar

There are 13 files in this resource which introduces and consolidates the vocabulary for parts of the body. I have taken a different approach with this topic. Instead of a presentation I have allowed the pupils to 'discover' the vocabulary themselves. Starting with the French pronunciation exercise (1), they are learning how to recognise sounds and pronounce unfamiliar words. They find key vocabulary in the dictionary skills activity (2). This is enhanced by work on nouns, recognising masculine or feminine and a brief review (or introduction) of how to form plurals (3). The translation worksheet (4) has implausible sentences in French and should access prior learning of numbers and allows for using all that has been learned in the previous activities. Also included is a visual starter activity, a wordsearch and 'bodies' to print out and label. Answers and solutions have been included where appropriate.

By lapoirebellehelene

60 ready to use activities for French Teachers - Blank and Printable Included

60 ready to use activities for French Teachers - Blank and Printable Included

Looking for activities and games that you can use, adapt and reuse over and over again? I have created this resource with teachers and students in mind. Knowing how difficult it is to create original activities and game that will motivate and challenge students, I have come up with this 60-ready-to use interactive games, ideas and activities that will save you a lot of time. Here’s how it works: 1. You get a fully interactive powerpoint with 113 slides and 60 activities 2. The activities are divided into 8 sections according to their use: a. Guessing games and quizzes (Questions and hiding picture, Questions and rewards, Questions for a winner, Jeopardy, Multiple answers, Hiding picture) b. Activities with timer (Questions with timer, Who the fastest in the class? , A short answer game) c. Labelling activities (Geography and countries, Dinner’s ready, Spooky Halloween) d. Team games (Blockbuster, Slapping the board game, Boardgame, Puzzle, Spot the differences, The dictionary race, Disappearing game, The first one who can name… ) e. Drawing and settling down activities (Read and draw, Write and draw, Word search, From English to French, The hidden sentences, Coloring activity, Pictionary, Back-to-back descriptions) f. Activities in pairs (Battleships, Family tree, Matching up, Draw your family tree, Guessing games, Snakes and ladders, Noughts and crosses, Ping-pong, Filling-gap, Role-play, Classification) g. Engaging everyone (One question/one student, Who’s my next victim, Mind map, Questions in a hat, Survey, Fashion show, Let’s debate, Counting game, Hot-air balloon, Find the mistakes, Post-it game, Dominos) h. Other activities (Identify key words, The odd-one-out, Classification, Summary, Hangman) 3. To get access to the activities, follow the menu in each section. Click on the ORANGE button provided to choose an activity. To come back to the menu click on the GREEN arrow at the top right handside of each slide. 4. Each activity is explained with step-by-step instructions in the notes section at the bottom of each slide to save you time. 5. You also get the booklet with 56 pages with all activities that can be photocopied and used in class with students. 6. You also get in the booklet blank templates that you can use and adapt for your own needs. - This resource is highly interactive to allow fun interactions with your students but you don’t need to be a techy to use it! - It is highly adaptable. You just need to adapt it for your needs - It is a time-saver: No need to overthink your planning. - It works! They have proven to be very useful in my classes If you are looking for more personalized activities for your class or your school, let’s get in touch! Always happy to help.

By foxtrotters

French Body Parts Vocabulary - Les parties du corps

French Body Parts Vocabulary - Les parties du corps

Les parties du corps (10 pages) - great for learning vocabulary on the topic through different matching picture to picture activities and memory games as well as for reading and spelling activities. It is a good resource for students with autism and special needs. The flash cards must be printed on photo paper, laminated and cut out. You`ll get 2 sets of cards: first set including only pictures and the second set including also picture names. The 28 body parts included are: les yeux, l`oreille, le visage, les cheveux, les pieds, le lèvres, le bras, les dents, la joue, la langues, la bouche, la paume, la poitrine, la tete, le doigt, le menton, le coude, le dos, le front, la main, les jambes, le genou, les ongles, le nez, le cou, le ventre, les orteils, l`épaule.

By angiesiddd

Body parts in French (KS3)

Body parts in French (KS3)

Differentiated lesson on body parts with 'head, shoulders, knees and toes' in French. Video is from Youtube and has been embedded, some of the resources have been taken off other lessons from here - so credit goes to other users as well.

By lewiscymru