A Four in a Row board game and card set, 16 bingo cards and a loop card ('follow me') card set for fun consolidation of French classroom objects vocabulary. Includes words for door, window, chair etc as well as pencil-case type items (mes affaires).
Four in a Row: If you print the word card sets on different coloured card or paper, pairs or individuals could compete against each other, laying down a card of their colour on the correct object. Each object appears twice on the board so children need to think strategically in order to get four cards lined up in a row (horizontally, vertically or diagonally) to win the game.
Bingo: 16 different bingo cards are included, to be used either by individuals or pairs. The teacher reads out the words in French and children mark off the object if they have it on their board. Alternatively, these cards can be used to play Noughts and Crosses / Tic Tac Toe, with children putting their symbol over an object once they have named it aloud in French.
Loop Cards / Follow Me Cards: All 18 words appear in this continuous loop. Children can start at any point and could either complete as a domino activity or in various size groups. Multiple sets could be printed on different coloured card or paper for groups to race against each other.
All files are in PDF and also in editable formats in case you wish to amend anything, for instance if any of the objects are usually called something different in the country you are teaching in.
I hope this works well in your class and saves you some time. If you can spare a moment, I would be so grateful for a review. Many thanks. It's also available as part of this bundle, alongside a presentation and worksheet and puzzle pack: French Classroom Objects Bundle
You can explore my other French basics resources by clicking on these bundles:
Huge French Basics Bundle
French Basics Presentations Bundle
French Basics Games / Activities Bundle
French Basics Worksheets & Puzzles Bundle
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