French Greetings Bundle

French Greetings Bundle

All you will need for a strong and engaging first lesson with your new classes. That first lesson back can be a bit flat because they resources for greetings and simple questions and answers can be pretty dull. Whether you buy this bundle to use with beginner learners or as a refresher lesson for new classes, you won't be disappointed. I have included a great video with music and robots for immediate impact- pop it on as they walk in. The PowerPoint introduces the vocab so you can drill and then includes some classic language games and a chance for you to get them to listen and match up (and copy the lang into their books if you wish). There is a 'one page learning' great for differentiation, as a support tool, a revision sheet, homework, learning mat...whatever you like! An interactive quiz for a snappy start or memorable exit game and two versions of follow me cards (small class or large class). Second PowerPoint to introduce days of week and months of year also included. GREAT VALUE!!! Please consider leaving a review :)
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The Basics: greetings Presentation New Slides added!

The Basics: greetings Presentation New Slides added!

All you need to introduce the vocabulary for . Greetings and initial questions and responses 1.Individual slides with essential nouns on. 2.A slide with all vocabulary on one page (for 'qu'est-ce que c'est? OR an opportunity for pupils to copy into books) 4. In the spotlight activity 5. Match up activity 6. Create a dialgoue activity 7. Link to Voki website for pupils to make French avatars. Perfect introduction to my other resources on greetings and initial questions and responses including One page Learning Mat, Follow me Cards, Word Cloud, Odd one-out and A flow chart quiz.
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Tour de France: design your own jersey

Tour de France: design your own jersey

Pupils design their own Tour de France jersey and then use the vocabulary provided to describe it eg. 'C'est un maillot multicolore à slogan. Tu portes ce maillot avec un short ou un jogging. N'oublie pas d'ajouter des lunettes de soleil et un bandeau.' This activity is great for pupils who aren't particularly interested on the sporting event to engage in something more creative and use language effectively to describe their design. Other Tour de France activities include a free video, a board game and some colouring sheets.
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French Presentation and Games: Sports

French Presentation and Games: Sports

Introduction of new vocabulary with beautiful images and font. Practice of new vocabulary including 'Qu'est-ce que c'est' game; 'flying words' game; 'qu'est-ce qui manque' game. Listening Grid Speaking slides- Q&A, models provided. Noughts and crosses game. This resource co-ordinates with my opther sports resources, all available in my Betsy Belle TES shop. You can save a considerable amount of money by purchasing the Sports Bundle. Thank you for your purchase. Please consider leaving feedback- it is very gratefully received by me and gives other buyers a clear idea of the value of the resource.
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Tour de France Colouring Sheets

Tour de France Colouring Sheets

4 different Tour de France themed colouring sheets . Each design is included as a blank version and a 'colour by word' version. The colour by word versions are in French, English and Spanish.
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French Presentation: Family la famille

French Presentation: Family la famille

Slides 1-8: Introduce and practise vocabulary. You could also print these slides off to use as flashcard games or wall displays. Slide 9: All family members on one slide to consolidate followed by intro of possessive pronouns. Slide 10: Reading. Short paragraph of Juliette describing who is in her family. You could follow this up with question to your pupils ‘qui est dans ta famille?’ Pupils use Juliette’s paragraph as a model. Slide 11 Family tree. You could use this for Q&A. eg. ‘Comment s’appelle le père de Juliette?’ ‘Il s’appelle David’. Slide 12. Extra vocabulary. Taking pupils beyond the immediate family to include aunts and uncles, step-sisters etc. I find that it is too long-winded to teach this in a ‘drilling’ fashion so I would go through it as it is displayed in a table on the IWB and then print off as a reference sheet- particularly useful for pupils with large families. Slide 13. ‘Les mots volants’ game. This is a chance for pupils to participate and let off a bit of steam. As the words ‘fly’ onto the board they shout them out in English. I love doing this as a whole class as it really builds confidence and enthusiasm but you could shout an individual’s name out in between words or use lollipop sticks to pick a different pupil each time. Slide 14. ‘Qu’est-ce qui manque?’ game. I usually ask pupils to identify the word that has disappeared and tell me both the French and Englsih equivalent. You could still play as a whole class by letting the group call out the French word as it disappears and you following up with ‘and what does it mean?’ Slide 15. ‘Qui suis-je?’ Reading comprehension with famous families. Answers appear on the click. Slide 16. Listening grid. This is very simple because most of us have access to excellent listening material but it just gives you a quick to chance to assess aural comprehension at word level. Grt pupils to writr 1-6 on mini whiteboards or in books and you choose six of the words to say, they write down the corresponding letter. You could always increase the level of challenge by including the word in a short sentence. Slide 17. Noughts and crosses. You could use this as an exit game or as refresher the following lesson. Choose two individuals or play boys v girls. Or teacher v class.
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20 French vocabulary sheets

20 French vocabulary sheets

20 vocabulary sheets designed for all learners. Use as support for lower attaining pupils throughout the topic, as extra challenge for more able (give them to them ahead of the forthcoming topic) and as revision at the end of a unit. Excellent support during speaking activities and as an aid during extended writing.
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UPDATED Wed13th Apr! French Mini Books Growing Bundle (11 Books)

UPDATED Wed13th Apr! French Mini Books Growing Bundle (11 Books)

13/4 UPDATE 3. 2 new titles: Olympic Games and Extreme Sports (Located in the files PDF called Mini Books Sports Collection 4 tiles) 11/4 UPDATE 2. 2 new tiles: Sports with 'jouer' and Sports with 'faire' 10/4 UPDATE 1. 2 new titles: Christmas and Halloween There are currently 5 French mini books in this bundle. I will continue to add more mini books to this bundle and the price will increase as I do so. If you buy it now you won't pay again but you will be able to re-visit the resource and download it again and again as I add more books. Mini books already included: 1. Space 2. Springtime 3. A the farm 4. Easter 5. Weather Each title includes 3 versions: 1 colour version (for teacher to print as a model); 1 black and white word level version (pupils label the picture); 1 black and white sentence level version (the start of the sentence is provided, they simply add the noun). If you needed to differentiate further (for KS1) you could type up and print off the nouns and pupils could choose the correct noun and glue it on.
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French Christmas Presentation and Games

French Christmas Presentation and Games

Presentation of Christmas Vocabulary: 20 items of Christmas vocabulary, clean modern style with cute clip art 'Qu'est-ce que c'est?' game (beat the teacher) 'Les mots volants' game 'Qu'est-ce qui manque?' game 'Under the spotlight' game Listening Activity Vocab match up Sentence maker game Words to chorus of 3 hymns Links to French Christnas websites Noughts and Crosses game
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French Valentine Card to colour

French Valentine Card to colour

3 Valentine's cards included. Simply print, fold in half and distribute. (Colour and B&W versions included) Pupils colour the cute picture on the front according to the French instructions given on the back eg. 'colorie le coeur en rouge'. On the back are suggestions in French for a message to write inside.
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French mini book: mon monstre

French mini book: mon monstre

A mini book about a monster. All body parts are labelled in French. Pupils can colour and fold the mini book to create a mini book about a monster and all of the parts of its face. Pupils could then use it as a mini dictionary as they discover the topic and and possibly create their own monster.
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French Vocabulary Sheet: Les Sports

French Vocabulary Sheet: Les Sports

French Vocabulary sheet on sports to display on IWB and print off for pupils. Beautiful pictures labelled in French. Included in this resource are 3 versions: colour, black and white and black and white unlabelled for pupils to write the noun themselves. Use as support, print off as posters. Also included is a 'talk more, write more' sheet which prompts the pupils to ask and aswer questions about the vocabulary such as 'qu'est-ce que tu aimes?' allowing you to extend the activity and consolidate and develop learning.
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Spanish Numbers Task Sheet

Spanish Numbers Task Sheet

Superhero themed Spanish numbers task sheet. 3 pages included: Page 1: Lists the Spanish numbers 1-21 (keep this displayed on IWB throughout task or print off for less able learners) Page 2: Pupils spell out the Spanish number in the space provided. Page 2: Count the room challenge- a very accessible challenge which requires pupils to count items in the classroom such as the number of tables,windows, teachers etc. and write the number in Spanish.
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KS2 Space: Build your own astronaut

KS2 Space: Build your own astronaut

Develop motor skills and create beautiful, moving astronauts to hang in your classroom or add to a display. Pupils cut the individual astronaut body parts and reassemble either by sticking onto coloured paper or card or by attaching with split pins. I have included the original astronaut for differentiation purposes allowing pupils who struggle with scissors to access the task without the need for cutting small body parts. Black and whit and colour versions included- of you print the black and white you can ask pupils to colour in their table or group colour for example or simply allow them to colour as they please and get creative.
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English Vocabulary Sheet: Animals

English Vocabulary Sheet: Animals

English Vocabulary sheet on animals to display on IWB and print off for pupils. Beautiful pictures labelled in English. Included in this resource are 3 versions: colour, black and white and black and white unlabelled for pupils to write the noun themselves. Use as support, print off as posters. Also included is a 'talk more, write more' sheet which prompts the pupils to ask and answer questions about the vocabulary such as 'what do you like?' allowing you to extend the activity and consolidate and develop learning.
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French Interactive Quiz: Greetings Robots Theme

French Interactive Quiz: Greetings Robots Theme

Interactive Quiz to test pupils on their understanding of greetings and simple questions and answers. Multiple choice answers, if they select the correct answer they are taken to a 'tres bien' slide, incorrectly they are taken to an 'oh non' slide and given a chance to choose again. It is great for a whole class quiz (you say the options and they pop hands up), or to out one pupil in the spotlight/hot seat or as a physical tap and go activity where they line up and make their selection then go to the back of the line. You could use a classroom timer to inject extra challenge and competition.
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Food and Drink Board Game Manger et Boire

Food and Drink Board Game Manger et Boire

A game board to practise nouns and simple sentences. Great to introduce food in a novel way- give them the board game and a dictionary and it is a really fun way to challenge them to learn food and drink nouns. Use it as follow up once you have introduced the voacb as it is an excellent way of practising speaking and listening skills. Other important features: pupil independence, pupil collaboration, challenge and competition. I always have 100% engagement when I give them a board game (I have others available). A rewarding way to differentiate- what better incentive to complete the task than to know you can play a game at the end! No need to cut anything- just print. A4 is fine, A3 is great. Add dice and counters. (I get pupils to use spare coins for counters and lots of them have dice roll app on their phones these days if you are struggling for these). Any feedback is always gratefully received and if you have any requests for future board games please send me a message.
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