THE SHAPES - LE FORME

THE SHAPES - LE FORME

Italian for kids. Easy shape tracing worksheet to teach your young pupils the shapes in Italian. Don’t forget to give a review! Check out my blog for more FREE worksheets. www.butterfloblog.wordpress.com Grazie
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ITALIAN FOR KIDS

ITALIAN FOR KIDS

This is a simple number and word trace worksheet. You can use it to teach the Italian numbers 1-10 or as a revision exercise. Don’t forget to give a review! Check out my blog for more FREE worksheets. www.butterfloblog.wordpress.com Grazie
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Animals Spot the Match game

Animals Spot the Match game

Includes 55 unique cards. Print on cardstock and laminate to save for years to come. Every card has one animal that matches exactly with each other card. The student to find the match and correctly identify it in the target language wins. Directions include rules for several variations of the game. Can be played with groups of 2 to 8 students. Good for any language.
jer520
Aula (Classroom in Italian) Dominoes

Aula (Classroom in Italian) Dominoes

Print on cardstock and cut into Dominoes. Make 1 set for every 3-4 students. Play like a normal game of Dominoes (directions included in product). Uses vocabulary for 12 common classroom vocabulary words.
jer520
Formale o Informale (Familiar vs Formal in Italian) Nametag activity

Formale o Informale (Familiar vs Formal in Italian) Nametag activity

Print on cardstock. Cut into nametags. Give 1 nametag to each student. Students circulate speaking with classmates and using correct expressions based upon the name on the nametag. Use to practice formal vs familiar and lui vs lei. May be used with many lessons: · buon giorno vs salve · come stai vs Come sta · Come ti chiami vs Lei come si chiama · ti / le presento · lui / lei si chiama · arrivederla vs arrivederci / ciao Students should also respond appropriately to all greetings / questions.
jer520
I Numeri: Numbers Factsheet in Italian

I Numeri: Numbers Factsheet in Italian

This resource contains a factsheet in Italian of numbers. This is part of an introduction to Italian for students. Why not check out some of my other popular resources on TES: World Book Day Quiz A Level economics Full Revision Booklet Absolute and Relative Poverty Employment and Unemployment Activity International Competitiveness Exchange Rates Demand Bundles
MissSahdev
Articoli e Rifornimenti di scuola (School objects in Italian) game

Articoli e Rifornimenti di scuola (School objects in Italian) game

Print on cardstock and cut apart into individual cards. Make 1 set for every 2-3 students. Place cards face up on desk. Give students a phrase to translate: a book, the pens, etc. Students match the 2 cards for the phrase. Have students hold cards up for verification. Includes both definite and indefinite articles and nouns in both the singular and the plural.
jer520
Numbers Dice game

Numbers Dice game

Print on cardstock and laminate to last for years to come. Make 1 game board for every 2-3 students. You will need 2 dice for each game board. You also need bingo chips to mark squares. Or, if laminated, students can use a dry erase marker to initial a square. Students take turns rolling the dice to determine which square. Students must correctly identify the number in the square to win it. Student with most squares at the end of time wins the game OR student who gets 6 in a row (“bingo”) wins. Can be used for any language. Includes 3 games: 1 - 39; 40 - 99; 1 - 100.
jer520
Italian color by conjugation regular ERE-verbs no prep worksheet

Italian color by conjugation regular ERE-verbs no prep worksheet

Students will love coloring this color by conjugation, while practicing the conjugation of regular ERE-verbs. It’s a nice change from the regular worksheets, and I try to make my color by conjugations culturally relevant and interesting. I have tried it with all age groups in middle school and high school, and it never fails, they love it! Perfect for a substitute on a day off, or for a back to school review. Does include vosotros. Details too small to contain a conjugation ending can be colored any color the student wants to. Enjoy!
msteresaja
Numbers Slides and Ladders game

Numbers Slides and Ladders game

Print on cardstock and laminate to last for years to come. Make 1 board for every 2-4 students. You will need 1 die per game and 1 token for each player. All tokens start off of the board. Students take turns rolling the die to advance. If the student lands on a green ladder, he/she goes to the top of the ladder. If the student lands on a red slide, he/she goes to the bottom of the slide. When landing on a number, the student must say the number in the target language. If wrong, student goes back to original square and loses his/her turn. Uses the numbers 1 - 100. Good for any language.
jer520
Alphabet Spot the Match game

Alphabet Spot the Match game

Includes 55 unique cards. Print on cardstock and laminate to save for years to come. Every card has one letter that matches exactly with each other card. The student to find the match and correctly identify it in the target language wins. Directions include rules for several variations of the game. Can be played with groups of 2 to 8 students. This game uses all 26 letters of the alphabet. Good for any language.
jer520
Alphabet Slides and Ladders game

Alphabet Slides and Ladders game

Print on cardstock and laminate to last for years to come. Make 1 board for every 2-4 students. You will need 1 die per game and 1 token for each player. All tokens start off of the board. Students take turns rolling the die to advance. If the student lands on a green ladder, he/she goes to the top of the ladder. If the student lands on a red slide, he/she goes to the bottom of the slide. When landing on a number, the student must say the letter in the target language. If wrong, student goes back to original square and loses his/her turn. Good for any language.
jer520
Italian color by conjugation regular ARE-verbs no prep worksheet

Italian color by conjugation regular ARE-verbs no prep worksheet

Students will love coloring this color by conjugation, while practicing the conjugation of regular ARE-verbs. It’s a nice change from the regular worksheets, and I try to make my color by conjugations culturally relevant and interesting. I have tried it with all age groups in middle school and high school, and it never fails, they love it! Perfect for a substitute on a day off, or for a back to school review. Does include vosotros. Details too small to contain an ending can be colored any color the student wants to. Enjoy!
msteresaja
Fun, engaging word games for MFL

Fun, engaging word games for MFL

Scraboglish This is a word game that is fun and educational. It’s a bit like a popular word board game, and a bit like a popular online word game! The teacher ‘throws’ the equivalent of 24 six-sided dice and learners are allocated a selection of letters. They then have to make words on a grid and score their own words. Can be used to teach: Vocabulary Teamwork Dictionary use (mono or bi-lingual) Spelling Practice nominal and adjectival agreement Ideal for: Starter activity for MFL Group activity A bit of fun at the end of the lesson. Embeds maths through scoring Rules are infinitely adaptable Infinitely variable sheets pre-prepared for French, Italian and Spanish Room and instructions for adding your own language Can be differentiated as much as you need (and you can put the instructions in the target language) Contents: 1 x customisable MS Excel sheet Full instructions on adaptations and tips on playing and differentiation Full instructions on adding your own language and creating your own game
Markystewart
Color by conjugation Italian to practice ANY conjugation Back to School review

Color by conjugation Italian to practice ANY conjugation Back to School review

Students will LOVE coloring this color by conjugation, while practicing the grammar topic of your choosing. I usually fill out the endings of a specific conjugation, for example those of regular AR-verbs, depending on which color I want the students to color a specific part, and they simply color it accordingly. It never fails, they love it! It’s a nice change from the regular worksheets, and I try to make my color by conjugations culturally relevant and interesting. I have tried it with all age groups in middle school and high school, and it works great! This worksheet requires little prep, and since this particular color by conjugation is left blank you can adapt it for whichever conjugation you need to practice at the moment. Perfect for a substitute on a day off, or for a back to school review. Enjoy!
msteresaja
3 Minute Italian - Free Taster

3 Minute Italian - Free Taster

3 Minute Italian is a full course that is useful for any complete beginner who wants to learn Italian quickly and easily. The lessons are simple to understand, and pronunciation guides make it easy to learn how to speak Italian
Kieranjpball
Italian children's story

Italian children's story

students can read the story and summarise it in English. This is a creative writing and students will have the opportunity to write their own ending.
cscalia
idenitity and culture

idenitity and culture

this resource is useful for KS4 students who will be involved in Speaking, translation and writing skills.
cscalia
Wordsearch puzzle for Hamlet - William Shakespeare (30 words)

Wordsearch puzzle for Hamlet - William Shakespeare (30 words)

This is a preview of the Shakespeare wordsearch pack up for sale on the Kids’ Printouts account. This is a 30-word wordsearch and like wordsearches in general, is a great task to include in children’s learning to help them recall information about the story, reinforce spellings, encourage discussion, and to prepare them for a comprehension activity. It’s also great for pattern recognition and drawing lines too!
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Titian quotes: on his painting & portrait art, in his letters from Venice - for students and pupils

Titian quotes: on his painting & portrait art, in his letters from Venice - for students and pupils

Titian quotes, on his painting and portrait art - in his letters from Venice - free art-resource for pupils, students, art teachers . Titian (1488 - 1576), was leading artist of the 16th-century Venetian school in the Italian Renaissance. Many official letters of Titian were written by others - by Aretino and later by Verdizotti (one of his pupils); they did many secretarial services for Titian. Titian was one of the most versatile of the Italian painters, equally adept with portraits, landscape backgrounds, and mythological and religious subjects. His painting methods became famous, particularly in the application and use of colours by later artists. During the course of his long life, Titian’s artistic manner changed drastically, but he retained a lifelong interest in colour. . Some selected artist-quotes of Titian - as short introduction of his extended quotes in the PDF: ’My Lord, I received the other day, with due reverence your Lordship’s letter, together with the canvas and framing. Having read and noted the contents, I considered them so pretty and ingenious as to require no improvement of any kind (by a second painter, to correct the picture). - quote of Titian, from his letter to Duke Alfonso of Ferrara - from Venice, 1518 ’Your Ceasarean Majesty, I consigned to senõr Don Diego di Mendoza, the two portraits of the most serene Empress (Queen Isabella), in which I have used all the diligence of which I was capable.’ - Titian’s quote, in his letter to Emperor Charles V. -from Venice, Oct, 1544 ’(I) purposely avoided the styles of Raphael and Michaelangelo because I was ambitious of higher distinction than that of a clever imitator.’ - in Titian’s letter to Francesco Vargas, the Spanish envoy, c. 1545 . links for selected art-resources on Titian: extended biography notes of Titian, on Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Titian artist-quotes of and about Titian, on Wikiquote: https://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/Titian images of Titian’s painting art, on Wikimedia: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Titian . editor: Fons Heijnsbroek / Matrozenhof (FotoDutch on Wikiquote):<br>[http://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/User:FotoDutch]
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