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I am a secondary and adult education French and ESL teacher and I love creating resources that help my students have fun with languages! You'll see many speaking games, grammar games, and task cards in my shop.
GCSE FRENCH: French Imperfect Tense - Quel Dommage Game
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GCSE FRENCH: French Imperfect Tense - Quel Dommage Game

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When you are teaching or reviewing the French IMPERFECT - IMPARFAIT tense your students will have a great time practicing with this hands on game: QUEL DOMMAGE!! This is a review game in which students play by filling in the blanks with the correct form of the indicated verb in the imperfect tense. Most sentences on the cards include imperfect clue words like: d'habitude, souvent, toujours, etc. There is an answer key that students can use to check their work. Perfect supplement for core French, French immersion and homeschool curriculums. Using the imperfect tense is essential to forming a strong base knowledge of French, yet it can be difficult to master without lots and lots of practice and review. You can pull this game out time and time again over the course of the years as a no-prep activity. Detailed instructions on how to play are included so that even subs can have your students play this fun game when you need to be away. How to play QUEL DOMMAGE: All you have to do is print the game cards on heavy paper or card stock and cut them out. If you laminate them you'll have a no prep activity ready to go for years to come! Put all of the game pieces in a box and divide your students into small teams. Give each team gets a box of questions and a copy of the answer key. Students fill in the blanks with the correct conjugation of the indicated verb in the imperfect tense and say the sentence correctly. When they are correct (their opponents or team members can verify responses on the provided answer key), they get to keep their game card. However, when they draw a QUEL DOMMAGE card they have to put all of their game cards back in the box. The student with the most game cards at the end is the winner. Included: 5 QUEL DOMMAGE cards - You don’t have to include them all in the game if you feel there are too many. 30 numbered game cards - Black and white and color versions provided. Numbered answer key How to play 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.
French Demonstrative Adjectives Worksheet or Quiz
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French Demonstrative Adjectives Worksheet or Quiz

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French Demonstrative Adjectives Worksheet or Quiz This is an exercise on French demonstrative adjectives CE - CET - CETTE - CES that can be used as a practice worksheet or as a quiz. There are 30 fill in the blank sentences that you can print on the front and back of one sheet of paper. Two versions and an answer sheet are included. Check out my demonstrative adjectives bundle and save 20%. Version 1: Includes helpful hints (number and gender of the noun in question are indicated). Works great as a practice worksheet. Version 2: No helpful hints are included. Works great as a quiz.
L'Environnement - French 20 Questions Game - Le Jour de la Terre - Earth Day
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L'Environnement - French 20 Questions Game - Le Jour de la Terre - Earth Day

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L’Environnement - French 20 Questions Game - Le Jour de la Terre - Earth Day The game of 20 questions is a fun and effective way to practice forming French questions and in this version of the game students will practice asking questions about 30 different nouns and adjectives related to L’ENVIRONNEMENT ET LA POLLUTION. There is a French - English set and one that is only in French. This speaking and listening activity will work well with your chapter on the environment or for Earth Day - Le Jour de la Terre. Included: 1 version with 30 words each in French and English 1 version with 30 words each in French only Have students work in small groups of 2-4 or project the version of the game that you want to use and do a whole class activity. Many of the words will likely be new to your students as this game is meant not only to practice asking questions, but also to build and reinforce vocabulary. I like to allow my students to look at the game chart while they play until they’re somewhat familiar with the words written on the chart. One student in the small group or class chooses a word on the chart. Other students ask up to 20 questions trying to guess the secret word. EST-CE QUE……. … tu es une personne? … tu es un animal? … tu es un minéral? … tu es un endroit? … tu es un aliment? … tu es une plante? … tu es un objet? … etc The student who has chosen the secret word can answer using the following responses: OUI - NON - PARFOIS - RAREMENT - GÉNÉRALEMENT - PEUT-ÊTRE - CELA DÉPEND - PROBABLEMENT Alternative game play: To change up the game and to make it more challenging as well as practicing other skills, have the student who chooses the secret word describe it to others in the group. Instead of asking questions about the secret word, other students listen to the description and guess it. 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.
French months and days cut and paste activity - Les jours et les mois
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French months and days cut and paste activity - Les jours et les mois

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These cut and paste worksheets will help your beginner French students learn the days of the week and the months. Great for core French and immersion schools! How to use these worksheets: One worksheet is included for the days of the week and the 12 months are on two sheets. Have your students cut off the bottom part of the worksheet where indicated with scissors. Then have them cut out the days and months. Now they’re ready to paste the days and months in the right spot on the paper. They should put the days and months in chronological order. Next to each numbered space there are lines where students write out the days and months to help with spelling. When they’ve finished they’ll enjoy coloring the numbers and the little black and white image at the top of the page. 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. Merci beaucoup!
GCSE FRENCH:  French Ice-Breaker Bundle for Back to School
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GCSE FRENCH: French Ice-Breaker Bundle for Back to School

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Are you looking for fun ideas for the first weeks back at school to help your students get to know each other and get back into the swing of speaking French? This is a bundle of my 9 favorite resources that I've created over the years specifically for that reason! These speaking activities, games and listening comprehension activities will start off the year in French with a bang and get your students motivated while having loads of fun. You're going to love hearing your students speaking French together. Two of the resources included are specific to back to school time while the other seven can be used year round. You can use them at all levels in the classroom as well as with your school's French club when you're looking for a fun activity to get them speaking French or for long bus rides on school sponsored trips. These are wonderful activities either for French immersion or French as a second language programs. I recommend printing, laminating, cutting out, punching holes and attaching the cards together with a ring for NO PREP activities for years to come, and for the 100 French speaking activity worksheets I've found that it is best to print them all out and keep them in a binder for easy access when you need to make photocopies. Here's another idea for back to school...Have your studentstake an online test to see what their current level is in French! Here's what's included in this money saving bundle. Just click on the links to see more in depth product descriptions: 50 vrai ou faux French questions - Use these cards for partnered speaking practice. Answers are included. If a student believes the statement to be true he says so. If he believes it to be false he has to try and correct it. The statements are mostly based on general knowledge and are a wonderful way to increase vocabulary and fluency. Qu'est-ce que tu préférerais - "I'd rather" French speaking cards - This is a set of 75 cards that you can use to practice the conditional even with students who haven't yet learned it! A fantastic resource for building vocabulary and generating conversation. French trivia game - Your students will LOVE this trivia game. There is a version only in French and one in both English and French for beginner students. I've included many ways that you can use these cards including a powerpoint version so that you can do a class activity. Je n'ai jamais - "I've never" French speaking game - This "I've never" game is a great ice-breaker and students will find out a lot about each other (in French) while playing. There's a French only version as well as a French - English version included. 120 French conversation starter cards - These cards are perfect for beginner to advanced students. Shuffle through the cards to pick out which are right for the level you're teaching. Use them throughout the year(s) as your students learn more. Classic French taboo speaking game - My all time favorite game for increasing fluency at ANY level - FRENCH TABOO!! All game cards are in French and English so your students will learn tons of new vocabulary. Beginner and advanced playing instructions are included. Babar - La Rentrée des Classes - Listening comprehension - This listening comprehension activity will work at any level, but especially from year 2 and up. All 45 questions have multiple choice answers and are in chronological order. The video link included is on YouTube. 25 questions pour faire parler à la rentrée - Just perfect for back to school, these 25 questions will have your students talking to each other about summer break and expectations for the new school year. 100 French worksheets for group speaking activities - 100 vocabulary themes Fantastic for any time of the year, these 100 one page worksheets will have your students speaking about just anything you can imagine. It's a great way to review and reinforce vocabulary. Instructions are included which explain my favorite ways to use these worksheets.
Pâques mots cachés - French word search for Easter
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Pâques mots cachés - French word search for Easter

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Pâques mots cachés - French word search for Easter These are 3 fun, no prep printable word search worksheets for for Pâques - Easter. 3 versions are included for different levels of difficulty. No prep, just print and you’re ready to go! These word searches include secular words for the Easter season and are perfect resources to use in French immersion, core or homeschool curriculums. Niveau 1 is suitable for grades 1 and 2. 11 words are hidden across and down only. Niveau 2 is suitable for grades 3 and 4. 15 words are hidden across, down and diagonally. Niveau 3 is suitable to grades 5+. 15 words are hidden across, down, diagonally and backwards.
GCSE FRENCH: French jeopardy game: Le conditionnel - French conditional tense
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GCSE FRENCH: French jeopardy game: Le conditionnel - French conditional tense

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French jeopardy game: Le conditionnel - French conditional tense You're going to love this powerpoint CONDITIONNEL jeopardy game with all the bells and whistles. It even has the JEOPARDY music, A DAILY DOUBLE and FINAL JEOPARDY. This is a version that I’ve worked out the kinks on for the last 15 years of playing it with my students. The answers don’t have to be given in the form of a question unless you want to play that way. My students absolutely love this game, and so do I. They get very excited about it and always look forward to JEOPARDY DAY. This game focuses on conjugating verbs in the CONDITIONNEL tense. As the categories suggest, there are just as many easy verbs to conjugate as there are difficult ones. I have included detailed directions, rules and tips for game playing. This game would be wonderful after having spent time learning the conditional tense. I've spent years working out the best way to play this game in a classroom setting, and it works so well that I went into a lot of detail in the instructions. The game includes 6 categories, a daily double, and a final jeopardy question. If you have any questions at all about the game, please do feel free to write to me: french@lovelearninglanguages.com 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.
French subjunctive powerpoint jeopardy game - Le subjonctif
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French subjunctive powerpoint jeopardy game - Le subjonctif

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French subjunctive powerpoint jeopardy game - Le subjonctif Jeopardy game using the present subjunctive (5 categories) and the past (1 category). Some reflexive verbs are included, and some verbs include negation. Regular, irregular, and stem changing verbs are included. You can see the different categories in the preview. You're going to love this powerpoint jeopardy game with all the bells and whistles. It even includes music, daily double and final jeopardy questions. This is a version that I’ve worked out the kinks on for the last 20 years of playing it with my students. The answers don’t have to be given in the form of a question unless you want to play that way. My students absolutely love this game, and so do I. They get very excited about it and always look forward to JEOPARDY DAY. I have included detailed directions, rules and tips for game playing. This game is a lot of fun after having spent time teaching the subjunctive. I've spent years working out the best way to play this game in a classroom setting, and it works so well that I went into a lot of detail in the instructions. The game includes 6 categories, a daily double, and a final jeopardy question. If you have any questions at all about the game, please do feel free to write to me: french@lovelearninglanguages.com 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.
GCSE FRENCH: French Grammar Dice Games Bundle
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GCSE FRENCH: French Grammar Dice Games Bundle

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This is a bundle of 20 French grammar dice games that your students will love playing over and over. These dice games are an excellent way to practice, review and master verb tenses and other grammar points. The following dice games are included: French imperfect tense French passé composé with être French passé composé with être and avoir French plus-que-parfait tense French simple future tense French regular and irregular present tense verbs 1st conditional si clauses 2nd conditional si clauses 3rd conditional si clauses French conditional tense French past conditional tense Reflexive verbs present tense Reflexive verbs passé composé Vouloir, pouvoir, devoir, savoir, aller Passé composé with avoir Demonstrative adjectives Faire expressions Être expressions French imperative tense French present subjunctive French past subjunctive Be sure to visit my shop and browse through 500+ resources like grammar games, speaking activities, listening comprehension, worksheets, and much more. Just click here!
French Freebie: Activity to get your students speaking
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French Freebie: Activity to get your students speaking

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French Freebie: Activity to get your students speaking This resource is very similar to another one (also free) in which you’ll have students talking about the house, hotel, vacation, etc. of their dreams. Students will talk all about the house, etc. of their worst nightmares in this one. I like to use these resources one after the other while the content is still fresh, but the vocabulary will change dramatically when students shift from what they would love to what would give them nightmares! This is a no prep, one page activity for intermediate to advanced level students, and the content is perfectly suitable both for primary (French immersion) and secondary curriculums. There are fifteen questions that will have them talking about, for example, the house of their worst nightmares. This is meant to be a paired or small group activity, but it is NOT meant to just have students take turns describing what they would love. The idea is to imagine that everyone in the group is going to live in the house together. There will probably be some things that everyone agrees on, and there will certainly be things they will disagree on. When I have my students do this activity, it’s always fun to watch them debate what is and what is not important. In the end, they can agree to disagree! My students really have a good time with this activity, and I love seeing the imagination that they have! Here are the 15 conversation starters: DÉCRIVONS… La maison de nos pires cauchemars… L’hôtel de nos pires cauchemars… Le jardin de nos pires cauchemars… Le restaurant de nos pires cauchemars… La ville de nos pires cauchemars… L’avion de nos pires cauchemars… Les vacances de nos pires cauchemars… La voiture de nos pires cauchemars… La garde-robe de nos pires cauchemars… La chambre de nos pires cauchemars… La cuisine de nos pires cauchemars… La fête d’anniversaire de nos pires cauchemars… La plage de nos pires cauchemars… Le lac de nos pires cauchemars… Le cinéma de nos pires cauchemars…
Free French School Lunch Menu #8
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Free French School Lunch Menu #8

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Free French School Lunch Menu #8 Have a look at what’s on the menu at my kids’ school in France. Cheese every day!! I’ll be adding more menus weekly as I receive them. There are so many things a French teacher could do with these in class. It would be a fun cultural study to look up images of some of these menu items to show students what they look like and if they eat anything similar at their schools or homes. This could lead to a discussion on the length of time French students typically have to eat and rest as compared to students and teachers in your school.
Jeu de Dominos - French St. Patrick's Day - La Saint Patrick
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Jeu de Dominos - French St. Patrick's Day - La Saint Patrick

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Jeu de Dominos - French St. Patrick’s Day - La Saint Patrick Set of 16 dominoes with French and English words related to St. Patrick’s Day. This is an easy, very low prep activity that your students will enjoy playing during the month of March. Print out the game on card stock, laminate, and cut out for years of no prep practice and fun for your students. 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.
French Prepositions of Location Reading Exercise and Writing Worksheet
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French Prepositions of Location Reading Exercise and Writing Worksheet

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As your students learn French prepositions of location it is nice to have several exercises and activities planned to get in as much practice as possible. This is a reading exercise about a tidy bedroom and a writing exercise about an untidy one. Give your students the list of French prepositions of location and provide them with the quizlet study set I’ve made to help them practice and master the new vocabulary. There is a paragraph to read about a tidy bedroom. The idea is to see if students can figure out what it means even if they don’t know all of the vocabulary. The prepositions of location are used as context clues. The next part of this activity is to have students write a paragraph of their own about the image provided featuring an untidy bedroom. A list of useful vocabulary is provided and a quizlet study set as well. This list of vocabulary itemizes everything you see in the bedroom so that students can focus on the writing activity rather than looking up words in the dictionary. Students write ten complete statements about the untidy bedroom. Be sure to visit my shop and browse through 500+ resources like grammar games, speaking activities, listening comprehension, worksheets, and much more. Just click here!
French Valentine's Day Lesson + PowerPoint + 8 Activities
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French Valentine's Day Lesson + PowerPoint + 8 Activities

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Complete French lesson plan on Valentine's Day. The content of this unit will appeal to students third through twelfth grade, though some of the activities are more for secondary. The powerpoint presentation will lead you through an age appropriate discussion of Valentine's Day in France and the cultural differences between North America and France. You can use this lesson with many different levels as there are a lot of different resources included. What is included in this lesson: PowerPoint presentation 34 slides with presenter notes. Use these notes to further the discussion with more advanced students. Scattergories games 12 versions with Valentine's Day vocabulary, instructions included. Sudoku games 5 different versions with answer keys using French Valentine's Day vocabulary. Fun and quiet no prep activity. Writing activity 50 word writing exercise adaptable to any level, but still short and sweet as a supplementary activity. Quiz - Vrai ou faux Students at all levels will know the answers to these true or false questions if they've paid attention during the presentation. Correct the false statements. 12 French love proverbs Translate (with a partner or individually) the 12 proverbs the best you can, then do the scrambled sentences exercise to see how well you remember the proverbs. Vocabulary worksheet Saint Valentin Taboo Game includes 20 cards. At the top of each card there is a word to describe to partners without using 4 taboo words that are written beneath. All words are written in French and English. Instructions included. Saint Valentin 20 Questions Game is a fun and effective way to practice forming questions and speaking French using Valentine's Day vocabulary. French and English as well as French only versions are included. In the powerpoint notes you will often find suggestions for enrichment activities, links to internet websites that go along with that particular slide. 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. 

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French -ER Verbs Storyboard Listening Comprehension and Writing Activity
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French -ER Verbs Storyboard Listening Comprehension and Writing Activity

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This is a listening comprehension activity focusing on regular -ER verbs in the present tense and is meant to be used with beginner French students. Students listen to the 15 pre-recorded present tense sentences being read and they draw what they hear in the student response sheet provided, then they write the infinitive form of the -ER verb being used in the sentence. This activity can be used for listening comprehension and written production at the same time, instructions included. If your students have access to colored pencils you may choose to use the recording that indicates which color they should use to draw. The color they should use is clearly indicated in French at the beginning or appropriate time in the reading of the sentence. Some students will say they can’t draw, but stick figures should be encouraged! None of the sentences represent a real drawing challenge. Included in this French listening comprehension resource: Instructions Pre-recorded MP3 version of 15 sentences without use of colors - perfect resource to alternatively use as a dictée Pre-recorded MP3 version of 15 sentences with use of colors 15 sentences written for teacher use Student response sheet No answer key is provided for the drawings due to the nature of the activity. However, assessment is very simple for the teacher! All you have to do is glance over the drawings. An answer key is provided for written responses should you opt to use this as a dictation exercise. Be sure to visit my shop and browse through 500+ resources like grammar games, speaking activities, listening comprehension, worksheets, and much more. Just click here!
French Double Pronouns Exercise - Pronoms Français
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French Double Pronouns Exercise - Pronoms Français

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This French Double Object / Adverbial Pronouns worksheet is a great supplement to your textbook’s exercises. Students rewrite sentences replacing words in parentheses with pronouns (le / la / les / lui / leur / y / en). Sentences are in the present, passé composé, futur proche, and imperative tenses. Some are negative, and some are affirmative. Be sure to visit my shop and browse through 500+ resources like grammar games, speaking activities, listening comprehension, worksheets, and much more. Just click here!
French Verb Aller Scrambled Sentences Exercise
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French Verb Aller Scrambled Sentences Exercise

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Form present tense and futur proche sentences using the French verb ALLER. Worksheet includes ten sentences to reconstruct: conjugate verbs, add articles and prepositions when necessary, make agreement, etc. Example: Marie et Estelle / aller / parc / 15 heures Response: Marie et Estelle vont au parc à 15 heures. Students can also complete this exercise using tenses other than the present. Be sure to visit my shop and browse through 500+ resources like grammar games, speaking activities, listening comprehension, worksheets, and much more. Just click here!
Dice Game - French Plus-que-Parfait Tense
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Dice Game - French Plus-que-Parfait Tense

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This is an easy to play 30 minute dice game to practice the French plus-que-parfait tense with regular, irregular and reflexive verbs using both être and avoir as helping verbs. My high school students love this game, and it can get very competitive if you decide to play it as a race (details are explained with the activity). Students divide up into teams and play a dice game, the dice determining which subject and infinitive to conjugate in the plus-que-parfait. Included with this activity: How to play Five different versions of the game with answers Student response and scoring sheet This dice game is an especially fun way to practice while learning about the plus-que-parfait. More advanced students also benefit from the review. Be sure to visit my shop and browse through 500+ resources like grammar games, speaking activities, listening comprehension, worksheets, and much more. Just click here!
Dice Game - French Imperfect Tense - l'Imparfait
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Dice Game - French Imperfect Tense - l'Imparfait

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This is an easy to play 30 minute dice game to practice the French imperfect tense. My high school students love this game, and it can get very competitive if you decide to play it as a race (details are explained with the activity). Students divide up into teams and play a dice game, the dice determining which subject and infinitive to conjugate in the passé composé. Included with this activity you will receive full instructions as well as five different versions of the game with answers. Be sure to visit my shop and browse through 500+ resources like grammar games, speaking activities, listening comprehension, worksheets, and much more. Just click here!
GCSE FRENCH: French futur proche speaking task cards
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GCSE FRENCH: French futur proche speaking task cards

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These 30 questions are just right for beginners who need to practice the FUTUR PROCHE, and they are a perfect no prep speaking activity for busy teachers. Each EST-CE QUE question uses the verb ALLER with infinitives. In order to avoid OUI and NON answers, each question also includes an interrogative word which is great practice in helping to remember what they mean and where they're place in the sentence. Just cut out the 30 cards, punch holes in the spaces provided and attach the stack of cards with a key ring. It would be a great idea to print on card stock and laminate the cards before punching holes and attaching them. Super easy and no prep for years to come. Both black and white and color versions are included.