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Places in town

Places in town

Activity to help learn places in town and describe way to school. 1.Children use the dictionaries to look up words. 2.Listen to the song and fill in the gaps. Sing along. 3.Translation into English. 4.Describe your way to school or draw the places you pass on the way to school and label them .
beatabickersteth
French Trios - A L'Ecole

French Trios - A L'Ecole

Let your children create funky French sentences with these cards. With the topic of The House, each sentence will have three parts to it. How to use French Trios Children can make French sentences using the cards. Sentences can be silly or sensible. Each card has either un, deux or, trois written in the top right corner. This shows you which card can be used when. Each sentence must have a card saying un, deux and trois in it. The cards marked un reinforce jobs and people in the school. The cards marked deux reinforce activities. The cards marked trois reinforce things such as places and people.
sav11e
French Trios - A La Maison

French Trios - A La Maison

Let your children create funky French sentences with these cards. With the topic of The House, each sentence will have three parts to it. How to use French Trios • Children can make French sentences using the cards. • Sentences can be silly or sensible. • Each card has either un, deux or, trois written in the top right corner. This shows you which card can be used when. • Each sentence must have a card saying un, deux and trois in it. • The cards marked un reinforce people in the family. • The cards marked deux reinforce activities around the house. • The cards marked trois reinforce things such as rooms, people and times.
sav11e
Je m'appelle - About me in French - Video + Worksheets

Je m'appelle - About me in French - Video + Worksheets

Billy the Dog describes himself in French in the 1st person present tense. He talks about his family, his friends, his character and interests + something he does not like. Friendly practice with a video clip for practice at home and three worksheets that can be self-checked by watching the video clip.
Cantamos
Maison et Meubles (House and Furniture in French) Jeu des Sept Familles

Maison et Meubles (House and Furniture in French) Jeu des Sept Familles

Print on cardstock and cut apart into individual cards. Make 1 set for every 2-6 students. The object of the game is to collect a full family - 6 cards. The player with the most families at the end is the winner. Deal 6 cards per person. Remaining cards are placed in a draw pile. Player 1 asks a player of his/her choice for a card belonging to a specific family. In order to make the request, the player must already have at least 1 card belonging to that family. “Dans la famille (cuisine), je demande (specific card).” If that player has the card, he/she hands it over. Player 1 continues asking for cards until he/she does not get what is requested, at which time he/she draws a card from the pile. Player 2 then takes his/her turn.
jer520
Year 7: j'habite + countries and opinions, differentiated practice

Year 7: j'habite + countries and opinions, differentiated practice

Differentiated worksheet to practise saying where you live in French, using different countries, expressions describing the surroundings (sea side, mountains, village, big city) and adding some basic opinions. Only 1st person singular used. Bronze: translating into English, j’habite + countries and some basic opinions. Silver: translating into English, similar to bronze but with some longer expressions (at the sea side, in a village, etc) and some intensifiers added. Gold: translating into French. Good to use with Expo 1.
Anastasi92
French house sudoku games - À la maison

French house sudoku games - À la maison

French house sudoku games - À la maison Use these sudoku games to practice French house and home vocabulary . 3 versions are included. Students place a word in each empty box so that each row, column and nine box square contains each of the words. LICENSING TERMS: This purchase includes a license for one teacher only for personal use in their classroom. Licenses are non-transferable, meaning they can not be passed from one teacher to another. No part of this resource is to be shared with colleagues or used by an entire grade level, school, or district without purchasing the proper number of licenses. COPYRIGHT TERMS: This resource may not be uploaded to the internet in any form, including classroom/personal websites or network drives, unless the site is password protected and can only be accessed by students.
jenniferlcrespin
French - La Maison

French - La Maison

All you will need to practice talking about a house, the rooms within it and furniture found in those rooms. Exercises include labeling : a house exterior a kitchen a dining room a place setting a living room a bedroom a bathroom There is also a writing activity to practise saying where you find certain furniture and household objects. If you consider this worth buying 'un très grand merci.' Feedback is appreciated. Leaving a comment also enables me to let you know if I add to or amend this resource. My thanks to clker.com, cliparts.co, and clipartbest.com for the use of the clipart images. I AM INCLUDING SCREENPRINTS TO SHOW HOW EACH FILE WILL LOOK WHEN DOWNLOADED. THIS IS DUE TO THE ONGOING PROBLEMS THAT TES HAS WITH PRINT PREVIEWS. I CAN CONFIRM THAT THIS RESOURCE DOWNLOADS WITHOUT ANY PROBLEMS. THANKS FOR YOUR UNDERSTANDING.
labellaroma
Les pays

Les pays

This set of resources focuses on countries and there location on the map. It includes a map and an interactive presentation, as well as a grid on countries and nationalities.
MrLoutre
French Laptop Introductions

French Laptop Introductions

Using the image of a laptop, the pupils can choose one of the sheets to complete the task at the appropriate level. The 3 pages are: 1. Gap filling sentences for lower ability. 2. Lines for the children to write their own sentences on. 3. Blank screen.
sav11e
French Trios - En Ville

French Trios - En Ville

How to use French Trios -Children can make French sentences using the cards. -Sentences can be silly or sensible. -Each card has either un, deux or, trois written in the top right corner. This shows you which card can be used when. -Each sentence must have a card saying un, deux and trois in it. -The cards marked un reinforce jobs. -The cards marked deux reinforce activities. -The cards marked trois reinforce things such as places and times.
sav11e
Tu veux sortir

Tu veux sortir

These resources focus on the vocabulary of going out, or making excuses to not go out.
MrLoutre