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La matière et le cycle de l'eau (Matter and Water Cycle)

La matière et le cycle de l'eau (Matter and Water Cycle)

Vous trouverez dans ce document: - des affiches à imprimer et plastifier - des ateliers de travail autonome à imprimer et plastifier - des feuilles d'exercices à imprimer et à photocopier - un bricolage - des éléments pour un cahier interactif - des expériences à réaliser avec vos élèves - etc.

By Manon61r

Nos amis les insectes

Nos amis les insectes

1. Mur de présentation - Mots et images de l'anatomie d'un insecte - Mots et images des cycles de vie (métamorphose complète papillon et coccinelle) et métamorphose incomplète (sauterelle) - Besoins des insectes - Rôles - Alimentation - Habitat - Que font-ils durant l'hiver? 2. Exercices velcro en lien avec les notions vues sur le mur. 3. Exercices à photocopier sur les caractéristiques des insectes, leur cycle de vie, leur habitat, leur alimentation, exercice d'écriture de type expressif, schéma de recherche, éléments pour cahier interactif et système d'émulation.

By Manon61r

Le jour de la Terre  (Earth Day)

Le jour de la Terre (Earth Day)

Parce que ce sujet me tient énormément à coeur et qu'on doit lui accorder plus d'une journée, selon moi; j'ai créé cette ressource de 173 pages qui contient: - Mots de vocabulaire pour le mur de mots - Une banderole - Plusieurs affiches concernant les 3R-V - Des exercices à plastifier et à utiliser avec du velcro - Un exercice à épingler - Des photos - Des cartes de remue-méninges avec feuille de suivi - Un bingo de 26 cartes différentes avec 40 cartes d'appel - Une couronne pour le préscolaire - Plusieurs exercices à photocopier en noir et blanc - Deux quiz - Planification d'un projet - Des liens intéressants - Le corrigé des exercices

By Manon61r

MFL Posters - Language Icons

MFL Posters - Language Icons

These posters are designed to promote learning foreign languages in schools, the choice of 'language icons' covers many successful people in sport, science, music, film. The main aim of this campaign is to show to students that learning languages enhances chances of success in life.

By Lukaszlucky

MFL Poster 12 - Nikola Tesla

MFL Poster 12 - Nikola Tesla

This poster is designed to promote learning foreign languages in schools, the choice of 'language icons' covers many successful people in sport, science, music, film. The main aim of this campaign is to show to students that learning languages enhances chances of success in life.

By Lukaszlucky

MFL Poster 8 - Albert Einstein

MFL Poster 8 - Albert Einstein

This poster is designed to promote learning foreign languages in schools, the choice of 'language icons' covers many successful people in sport, science, music, film. The main aim of this campaign is to show to students that learning languages enhances chances of success in life.

By Lukaszlucky

Days of the week extension worksheet

Days of the week extension worksheet

It's vital to provide extension tasks for those new Y7s who already know some French, whilst others are still grappling with the vocab, so I created a worksheet to get them thinking about where the words for the days of the week come from and then asks them to work out the order of the Spanish and Italian days of the week too. The aim is to show them that by learning one language they will be able to understand a little of other languages too!

By Nabourke

Life cycle of a butterfly in French bundle

Life cycle of a butterfly in French bundle

The “Life Cycle of a Butterfly – French” unit comes with the following: • unit summary with suggested uses • dyslexia-friendly PowerPoint introducing the four stages of a butterfly, the word for “becomes” and simple sentences outlining the life cycle of a butterfly • clear vocabulary list • set of four labelled illustrated flashcards showing the different stages of the life cycle • four colouring sheets showing each stage • two differentiated cutting, sticking and colouring sheets • life cycle of a butterfly matching cards • two differentiated colouring and matching worksheets • sentence writing worksheet Suggested use: 1. Use the PowerPoint to introduce the life cycle and check for comprehension (slide 3). Use slides 4-7 to introduce the four stages of the life cycle in French. Using slide 8, see if pupils can guess the meaning of “devient”. If the class is coping well, use slides 914 to introduce the five stages in sentences. *Make sure you have the “notes” section visible for additional vocabulary support if you need it. 2. Slide 15 onwards can be used as an identification game. Show the class the photos and see if they can identify in French which part of the life cycle is shown. 3. Flashcards can be used as part of a wall display or as a stimulus for an art-based project for pupils to create their own images. 4. The colouring sheets can be completed using a range of media. 5. The matching and cutting and sticking worksheets can be used to check comprehension. There are different levels available to allow for differentiation. 6. Matching cards are a more supported comprehension activity as each part of the life cycle has a unique edge to help with matching. 7. The sentence writing sheet can be used with or without the central information. 8. FOLLOW UP: Pinterest has some amazing craft ideas to create beautiful butterflies. If your classes make anything fabulous, please send me photos at hello@lovelanguage.co.uk. For more French and Spanish resources visit lovelanguage.

By lisadominique

Life cycle of a frog in French bundle

Life cycle of a frog in French bundle

The “Life Cycle of a Frog – French” unit comes with the following: • unit summary with suggested uses • dyslexia-friendly PowerPoint (with audio) introducing the four stages of a frog, the word for “becomes” and simple sentences outlining the life cycle of a frog • clear vocabulary list • two sets of high-quality labelled photo flashcards (one with the four stages, the other set with simple sentences) • cutting, sticking and colouring worksheet of the four stages of a frog • make your own lily pad craft activity • life cycle of a frog matching cards • life cycle of a frog booklet Suggested use: 1. Use the PowerPoint to introduce the life cycle and check for comprehension (slide 3). Use slides 4-7 to introduce the four stages of the life cycle in French. Using slide 8, see if pupils can guess the meaning of “devient”. If the class is coping well, use slides 9-13 to introduce the four stages in sentences. *Make sure you have the “notes” section visible for additional vocabulary support if you need it. 2. Slide 14 onwards can be used as an identification game. Show the class the photos and see if they can identify in French which part of the life cycle is shown. 3. Photo flashcards can be used as part of a wall display or as a stimulus for an art-based project for pupils to create their own images. 4. Use the cutting, sticking and colouring worksheet to check for comprehension of the order of the life cycle. 5. Matching cards are a more supported comprehension activity as each part of the life cycle has a unique edge to help with matching. 6. Both the lily pad craft activity and the frog booklet can be used to create beautiful items to be used as part of a display to exhibit what the class has been doing. For more French and Spanish resources visit lovelanguage.

By lisadominique

French Garden Flash Cards and Colouring, Early Years, KS1

French Garden Flash Cards and Colouring, Early Years, KS1

This resource, aimed at Early Years/KS1 contains 11 flash cards covering French vocab of things you'd find in the garden. The flash cards are also presented in a bunting style so that if you wish you could laminate and hang in your outdoor area. The final activity is a sheet of blank garden objects to colour and stick to create your own garden scene. Children could draw a basic garden first and then stick objects onto it or just stick to a brightly coloured piece of paper, as they are doing this to help reinforce the French vocab you can ask them if they remember any of the items in French or tell them the words again as they are sticking. Word and PDF files included so that you can edit/add to if you wish. All images are free to use and distribute with CCO licences.

By mrspomme