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Present tense French DRE Verbs - Primary conjugation chains - Cut and paste
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Present tense French DRE Verbs - Primary conjugation chains - Cut and paste

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Present tense French DRE Verbs - Primary French conjugation chains - Cut and paste This literacy center or independent work activity for primary core French or primary French immersion is a fun, hands-on way for your students to practice conjugating 9 different regular French DRE verbs in the present tense. Each verb page has ten strips to cut out. The first one is for the student’s name, and the following nine strips are for conjugating JE - TU - IL - ELLE - ON - NOUS - VOUS - ILS - ELLES. Students begin by filling in the blanks to add the correct present tense endings. The number of letters needed for the endings is indicated by the number of blanks provided to help students while learning or reviewing conjugations. Next, they cut out the strips and paste them together forming conjugation chains. They’ll love hanging them up around the classroom! This resource is also available for verbs ending in ER, and verbs ending in IR. This resource includes the following: ➯ 9 pages with 10 strips each to make a total of 9 conjugation chains
Present tense French IR Verbs - Primary French conjugation chains -Cut and paste
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Present tense French IR Verbs - Primary French conjugation chains -Cut and paste

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Present tense French IR Verbs - Primary French conjugation chains - Cut and paste This literacy center or independent work activity for primary core French or primary French immersion is a fun, hands-on way for your students to practice conjugating 22 different regular French IR verbs (listed below) in the present tense. Each verb page has ten strips to cut out. The first one is for the student’s name, and the following nine strips are for conjugating JE - TU - IL - ELLE - ON - NOUS - VOUS - ILS - ELLES. Students begin by filling in the blanks to add the correct present tense endings. The number of letters needed for the endings is indicated by the number of blanks provided to help students while learning or reviewing conjugations. Next, they cut out the strips and paste them together forming conjugation chains. They’ll love hanging them up around the classroom! This resource is also available for verbs ending in ER, and verbs ending in DRE. This resource includes the following: ➯ 22 pages with 10 strips each to make a total of 22 conjugation chains
French Connect 4 Game - Present tense être with descriptive adjectives
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French Connect 4 Game - Present tense être with descriptive adjectives

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French Connect 4 Game - Present tense être with descriptive adjectives This is a fun, quick, and easy way to have your students review être in the present tense with descriptive adjectives In order to win, students connect four boxes by filling them in with the correct forms of the eight adjectives listed at the bottom of the game board (see the adjectives used below). Subject pronouns and genders are listed on the left. Students take turns filling in boxes until four are connected. At this point, they can check their work using the answer key provided. If any of the conjugations are incorrect, the game continues. Full instructions are included. Adjectives used: AMUSANT INTELLIGENT CURIEUX PATIENT GENTIL COURAGEUX VIEUX TRAVAILLEUR Included: One game board How to play Answer key
French Connect 4 Game - Avoir Expressions
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French Connect 4 Game - Avoir Expressions

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French Connect 4 Game - Avoir Expressions This is a fun, quick, and easy way to have your students review avoir in the present tense with common expressions. In order to win, students connect four boxes by filling them in with the conjugations of avoir and the expressions listed at the bottom of the game board (see the expressions used below). Subject pronouns are listed on the left. Students take turns filling in boxes until four are connected. At this point, they can check their work using the answer key provided. If any of the conjugations are incorrect, the game continues. Full instructions are included. Expressions used: AVOIR PEUR AVOIR BESOIN AVOIR FROID AVOIR HONTE AVOIR FAIM AVOIR SOIF AVOIR RAISON AVOIR TORT Included: One game board How to play Answer key
French Connect 4 Game - Aller with Places
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French Connect 4 Game - Aller with Places

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French Connect 4 Game - Aller with Places This is a fun, quick, and easy way to have your students review aller in the present tense with prepositions and places. In order to win, students connect four boxes by filling them in with the conjugations of aller along with the prepositions and places listed at the bottom of the game board (see the places used below). Subject pronouns are listed on the left. Students take turns filling in boxes until four are connected. At this point, they can check their work using the answer key provided. If any of the conjugations are incorrect, the game continues. Full instructions are included. Prepositions and places used: À L’ÉCOLE CHEZ MES AMIS AU PARC À LA PHARMACIE DANS LE JARDIN À L’HÔPITAL DANS LA CUISINE CHEZ LE MÉDECIN Included: One game board How to play Answer key
French Connect 4 Game - Faire Expressions
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French Connect 4 Game - Faire Expressions

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French Connect 4 Game - Faire Expressions This is a fun, quick, and easy way to have your students review faire expressions in the present tense. In order to win, students connect four boxes by filling them in with the conjugations of faire along with the expressions listed at the bottom of the game board (see the expressions used below). Subject pronouns are listed on the left. Students take turns filling in boxes until four are connected. At this point, they can check their work using the answer key provided. If any of the conjugations are incorrect, the game continues. Full instructions are included. Expressions used: FAIRE DU SPORT FAIRE LES COURSES FAIRE DU PIANO FAIRE DU SHOPPING FAIRE LA CUISINE FAIRE DES BÊTISES FAIRE LA QUEUE FAIRE LA TÊTE Included: One game board How to play Answer key
French Connect 4 Game - Avoir Mal
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French Connect 4 Game - Avoir Mal

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French Connect 4 Game - Avoir Mal This is a fun, quick, and easy way to have your students review avoir mal + body part. In order to win, students connect four boxes by filling them in with the conjugations of avoir and the body parts listed at the bottom of the game board (see the body parts used below). Subject pronouns are listed on the left. Students take turns filling in boxes until four are connected. At this point, they can check their work using the answer key provided. If any of the conjugations are incorrect, the game continues. Full instructions are included. Expressions used: AVOIR MAL À LA TÊTE AVOIR MAL AU VENTRE AVOIR MAL AUX YEUX AVOIR MAL AUX OREILLES AVOIR MAL AU DOS AVOIR MAL À LA GORGE AVOIR MAL AUX DENTS AVOIR MAL AUX JAMBES Included: One game board How to play Answer key
French Connect 4 Game - ÊTRE - Present Tense
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French Connect 4 Game - ÊTRE - Present Tense

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French Connect 4 Game - ÊTRE - Present Tense This is a fun, quick, and easy way to have your beginner students review être in the present tense. In order to win, students connect four boxes by filling them in with the correct conjugations of the verb être, which is listed at the bottom of the game board. Subject pronouns are listed on the left. Students take turns filling in boxes until four are connected. At this point, they can check their work using the answer key provided. If any of the conjugations are incorrect, the game continues. Full instructions are included. Included: One game board How to play Answer key
French Connect 4 Game - ALLER - Present Tense
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French Connect 4 Game - ALLER - Present Tense

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French Connect 4 Game - ALLER - Present Tense This is a fun, quick, and easy way to have your beginner students review aller in the present tense. In order to win, students connect four boxes by filling them in with the correct conjugations of the verb aller, which is listed at the bottom of the game board. Subject pronouns are listed on the left. Students take turns filling in boxes until four are connected. At this point, they can check their work using the answer key provided. If any of the conjugations are incorrect, the game continues. Full instructions are included. Included: One game board How to play Answer key
French Connect 4 Game - AVOIR - Present Tense
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French Connect 4 Game - AVOIR - Present Tense

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French Connect 4 Game - ALLER - Present Tense This is a fun, quick, and easy way to have your beginner students review avoir in the present tense. In order to win, students connect four boxes by filling them in with the correct conjugations of the verb avoir, which is listed at the bottom of the game board. Subject pronouns are listed on the left. Students take turns filling in boxes until four are connected. At this point, they can check their work using the answer key provided. If any of the conjugations are incorrect, the game continues. Full instructions are included. Included: One game board How to play Answer key
French Connect 4 Game - FAIRE - Present Tense
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French Connect 4 Game - FAIRE - Present Tense

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French Connect 4 Game - FAIRE - Present Tense This is a fun, quick, and easy way to have your beginner students review faire in the present tense. In order to win, students connect four boxes by filling them in with the correct conjugations of the verb faire, which is listed at the bottom of the game board. Subject pronouns are listed on the left. Students take turns filling in boxes until four are connected. At this point, they can check their work using the answer key provided. If any of the conjugations are incorrect, the game continues. Full instructions are included. Included: One game board How to play Answer key
French Connect 4 Game - ÊTRE - ALLER - AVOIR - FAIRE - Present Tense
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French Connect 4 Game - ÊTRE - ALLER - AVOIR - FAIRE - Present Tense

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French Connect 4 Game - ÊTRE - ALLER - AVOIR - FAIRE - Present Tense This is a fun, quick, and easy way to have your beginner students review être, aller, avoir, and faire in the present tense. In order to win, students connect four boxes by filling them in with the correct conjugations of the verbs, which are listed twice each at the bottom of the game board. Subject pronouns are listed on the left. Students take turns filling in boxes until four are connected. At this point, they can check their work using the answer key provided. If any of the conjugations are incorrect, the game continues. Full instructions are included. Included: One game board How to play Answer key
French Verbs - Multiple Tenses Activity - 200 Cards - Name That Tense!
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French Verbs - Multiple Tenses Activity - 200 Cards - Name That Tense!

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Name That Tense is an activity for reviewing verb tenses with your advanced French students. These 200 practice cards provide a challenging AP or French 4 review. You can use this activity on a few different levels. The most challenging way is to use the cards written in English, have students name the French tense that needs to be used, then have them translate the sentences to French. You may choose to use the cards written in French, and simply have students identify and name the tenses they read. These practice cards provide an excellent opportunity to review the answers together, and to explain why each tense was chosen for a particular sentence. The files are easy to share with your students for distance learning. The first 50 cards use these tenses: le présent, l’imparfait, le futur simple, le passé composé, le conditionnel, le plus-que-parfait et le conditionnel passé. The second 50 cards use all of the tenses mentioned above, and also include cards using: le futur antérieur, le subjonctif, le subjonctif passé, l’impératif, et le passé récent, and many si clauses are included. Included: 100 practice cards written in English 100 practice cards written in French Answer key in French and English
ALLER - Imperfect Tense - French Connect 4 Game
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ALLER - Imperfect Tense - French Connect 4 Game

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ALLER - Imperfect Tense - French Connect 4 Game This is a fun, quick, and easy way to have your beginner students review aller in the imperfect tense. In order to win, students connect four boxes by filling them in with the correct conjugations of the verb aller, which is listed at the bottom of the game board. Subject pronouns are listed on the left. Students take turns filling in boxes until four are connected. At this point, they can check their work using the answer key provided. If any of the conjugations are incorrect, the game continues. Full instructions are included. Included: One game board How to play Answer key
French Connect 4 Game - FAIRE - Imperfect Tense
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French Connect 4 Game - FAIRE - Imperfect Tense

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French Connect 4 Game - FAIRE - Imperfect Tense This is a fun, quick, and easy way to have your beginner students review faire in the imperfect tense. In order to win, students connect four boxes by filling them in with the correct conjugations of the verb faire, which is listed at the bottom of the game board. Subject pronouns are listed on the left. Students take turns filling in boxes until four are connected. At this point, they can check their work using the answer key provided. If any of the conjugations are incorrect, the game continues. Full instructions are included. Included: One game board How to play Answer key
French Connect 4 Game - AVOIR - Imperfect Tense
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French Connect 4 Game - AVOIR - Imperfect Tense

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French Connect 4 Game - ALLER - Imperfect Tense This is a fun, quick, and easy way to have your beginner students review avoir in the imperfect tense. In order to win, students connect four boxes by filling them in with the correct conjugations of the verb avoir, which is listed at the bottom of the game board. Subject pronouns are listed on the left. Students take turns filling in boxes until four are connected. At this point, they can check their work using the answer key provided. If any of the conjugations are incorrect, the game continues. Full instructions are included. Included: One game board How to play Answer key
French Connect 4 Game - ÊTRE - Imperfect Tense
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French Connect 4 Game - ÊTRE - Imperfect Tense

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French Connect 4 Game - ÊTRE - Present Tense This is a fun, quick, and easy way to have your beginner students review être in the imperfect tense. In order to win, students connect four boxes by filling them in with the correct conjugations of the verb être, which is listed at the bottom of the game board. Subject pronouns are listed on the left. Students take turns filling in boxes until four are connected. At this point, they can check their work using the answer key provided. If any of the conjugations are incorrect, the game continues. Full instructions are included. Included: One game board How to play Answer key
French Connect 4 Game - ÊTRE - ALLER - AVOIR - FAIRE - Imperfect Tense
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French Connect 4 Game - ÊTRE - ALLER - AVOIR - FAIRE - Imperfect Tense

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French Connect 4 Game - ÊTRE - ALLER - AVOIR - FAIRE - Imperfect Tense This is a fun, quick, and easy way to have your beginner students review être, aller, avoir, and faire in the imperfect tense. In order to win, students connect four boxes by filling them in with the correct conjugations of the verbs, which are listed twice each at the bottom of the game board. Subject pronouns are listed on the left. Students take turns filling in boxes until four are connected. At this point, they can check their work using the answer key provided. If any of the conjugations are incorrect, the game continues. Full instructions are included. Included: One game board How to play Answer key
French Subjunctive Practice Cards - Il faut que
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French Subjunctive Practice Cards - Il faut que

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French Subjunctive Practice Cards - Il faut que This set of 50 study cards is meant to help students practice and master forming the French present subjunctive. Each card provides a sentence with a blank where the verb should be. The verb to use is written in the infinitive form at the top of each card. 25 cards begin with Il faut que, and 25 begin with Il ne faut pas que. Students practice using regular and irregular verbs in the subjunctive, and the English translations provided on the answer key will be most helpful as they come across new vocabulary and ways of saying things. None of the English translations begin with It is necessary that, because that isn’t the best way to say these sentences in English. Students will gain better knowledge of why the subjunctive is used by working with so many different examples. Included: 50 practice cards Answer key in French and English
La Saint Patrick - French St. Patrick's Day Vocabulary Fortune Teller
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La Saint Patrick - French St. Patrick's Day Vocabulary Fortune Teller

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La Saint Patrick - French St. Patrick’s Day Vocabulary Fortune Teller Use fortune tellers to have students practice 8 vocabulary words related to La Saint Patrick in a fun and different way. Your students already love them, and fortune tellers are a perfect activity for reviewing English - French themed vocabulary. Words included are: un trèfle, un arc-en-ciel, l’or, une cornemuse, Irlandais(e), le 17 mars, un lutin, une parade. This resource includes 1 fortune teller, and instructions on how to use the activity and fold the paper.