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French Verbs at the Present Tense
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French Verbs at the Present Tense

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This pack includes the most common French verbs that your students need to know at the present tense. Each verb comes with a meaningful illustration, and in various convenient formats. Included : aimer, aller, avoir, chercher, choisir, comprendre, dire, entrer, être, faire, habiter, jouer, parler, préférer, prendre, regarder, s’appeler, s’ennuyer, sortir, voir, vouloir. Feel free to ask me for more information or exercises !
Winter Grid Drawings
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Winter Grid Drawings

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Your students will practice drawing geometric translations with these fun Winter Grid Drawings! This pack includes : Snowflakes It’s snowing! Penguin Hot tea Polar bear The skier Down the slope Sledding Winter clothes The chimney In the village In the snow The boy and the bird
Christmas Grid Drawings
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Christmas Grid Drawings

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Your students will practice drawing geometric translations with these fun Christmas Grid Drawings. A perfect activity for the Winter Season! This pack includes : Snowflake Star Snowman Tree & star Christmas presents Garlands Holly Candle Christmas tree Candy canes & stockings Santa Claus Reindeer Jesus is born
Number Practice Dot to Dot (Beginner Foreign Language)
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Number Practice Dot to Dot (Beginner Foreign Language)

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Learn numbers in any language by using these fun dot-to-dot. Included : English, French, Spanish, Italian, German and Russian Students don’t connect the dots in numeric order; they will have to listen carefully to the sequence read out loud by the teacher (or a fellow student) in the chosen language. Feel free to ask me for more information or exercises !
Number Pyramids
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Number Pyramids

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Number Pyramids is a fun way to practice addition and subtraction of numbers, and will keep your students engaged. Number Pyramids are built up in such a way, that the sum of the values of two neighboring bricks results in the value of the brick lying above them. Feel free to ask me for more information or exercices !