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Providing hundreds of easy to use French and Spanish resources for schools, non-language specialist primary teachers, tutors and home educators. My resources... - complement Scotland's 1 plus 2 approach to Modern Languages but will be useful to Modern Language teachers worldwide - aim to support non-language specialists with audio (provided by myself!) in the PowerPoints and clear and simple vocabulary and grammar information - are specially designed to support dyslexic pupils

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Providing hundreds of easy to use French and Spanish resources for schools, non-language specialist primary teachers, tutors and home educators. My resources... - complement Scotland's 1 plus 2 approach to Modern Languages but will be useful to Modern Language teachers worldwide - aim to support non-language specialists with audio (provided by myself!) in the PowerPoints and clear and simple vocabulary and grammar information - are specially designed to support dyslexic pupils
Easter Around the World - Research Activities

Easter Around the World - Research Activities

Easter Around the World - Research Activities Do you want to broaden your pupils’ knowledge of the world while working on their research skills? This resource is really easy to use in your classroom – there are 16 printable worksheets which cover 15 countries and include a blank sheet if there is a specific country you would like included that is not in the selection. Pupils can then undertake their own research (at home or in class) to find out more about the Easter traditions in these countries. Pupils are asked to • find out what Easter is called in the country • draw and colour the country’s flag • write how Easter is celebrated in the country • add a picture (drawn or printed) to illustrate how Easter in celebrated there The countries included are: • Bermuda • Brazil • Bulgaria • France • Germany • Greece • Hungary • Indonesia • Italy • the Netherlands • Norway • Poland • Scotland • Spain • Sweden This is great way for pupils to research other cultures. All the countries have been chosen as they have a special way to celebrate Easter - my favourite is Bermuda with their kites! On completion, pupils could present their findings to the class or they could be displayed for the whole school to see. Pupils would also love to be shown YouTube clips of these celebrations and could even try to recreate some of them… I’d love to hear if any classes make their own kites!
lisadominique
Regions of France - Research Activities

Regions of France - Research Activities

Do you want to broaden your pupils' knowledge of France while working on their research skills? This resource is really easy to use in your classroom – there are 13 printable worksheets covering the different regions of France and a blank sheet if pupils wish to research the overseas departments. Pupils can then undertake their own research (at home or in class) to find out more about a French region. Pupils are asked to: • find out what the French call that region • draw and colour the regional flag • find out the population, capital and large cities • mark the region on the map • provide interesting facts. This is great way for pupils to research other cultures.
lisadominique
Easter Around the World - Research Activities

Easter Around the World - Research Activities

Easter Around the World - Research Activities Do you want to broaden your pupils’ knowledge of the world while working on their research skills? This resource is really easy to use in your classroom – there are 16 printable worksheets which cover 15 countries and include a blank sheet if there is a specific country you would like included that is not in the selection. Pupils can then undertake their own research (at home or in class) to find out more about the Easter traditions in these countries. Pupils are asked to • find out what Easter is called in the country • draw and colour the country’s flag • write how Easter is celebrated in the country • add a picture (drawn or printed) to illustrate how Easter in celebrated there The countries included are: • Bermuda • Brazil • Bulgaria • France • Germany • Greece • Hungary • Indonesia • Italy • the Netherlands • Norway • Poland • Scotland • Spain • Sweden This is great way for pupils to research other cultures. All the countries have been chosen as they have a special way to celebrate Easter - my favourite is Bermuda with their kites! On completion, pupils could present their findings to the class or they could be displayed for the whole school to see. Pupils would also love to be shown YouTube clips of these celebrations and could even try to recreate some of them… I’d love to hear if any classes make their own kites!
lisadominique
Design a football shirt for the World Cup - English

Design a football shirt for the World Cup - English

Pupils can get creative by designing their own football shirt for the World Cup! This is also available in French. This can be used in conjunction with the World Cup PowerPoint (see bundle). For more great resources, visit my shop (click on the bee!)
lisadominique
World Cup - English - Guess the flags and get creative!

World Cup - English - Guess the flags and get creative!

This 54-slide PowerPoint is a basic introduction to the World Cup in English. It is also available in French. *** Please note, the image in the preview might look a little different to the actual PowerPoint as TES seems to have changed the font etc. and made it look a little odd. *** It talks about where the World Cup is this year, when it takes place and which countries are involved in each group. Pupils then have the chance to guess the flags (according to each group) and design a football shirt or supporter’s face paint for a country of their choice. Worksheets are also available to complement the design activities (see bundle). For more great resources, visit my shop (click on the bee!)
lisadominique
Design some face paint for the World Cup - English

Design some face paint for the World Cup - English

Pupils can get creative by designing their own supporter’s face paint for the World Cup! This is also available in French. Eight different faces, boys and girls, available so this would make a pretty cool display when finished. This can be used in conjunction with the World Cup PowerPoint (see bundle). For more great resources, visit my shop (click on the bee!)
lisadominique
World Cup - English- bundle

World Cup - English- bundle

This bundle includes: This 54-slide PowerPoint is a basic introduction to the World Cup in English (this is also available in French). *** Please note, the image in the preview might look a little different to the actual PowerPoint as TES seems to have changed the font etc. and made it look a little odd. *** It talks about where the World Cup is this year, when it takes place and which countries are involved in each group. Pupils then have the chance to guess the flags (according to each group) and design a football shirt or supporter’s face paint for a country of their choice. The bundle includes the worksheets for the shirt and face paint designs to make your life a little easier.
lisadominique
World Cup - French - bundle

World Cup - French - bundle

This bundle includes: This 54-slide PowerPoint is a basic introduction to the World Cup in French - la Coupe du monde. *** Please note, the image in the preview might look a little different to the actual PowerPoint as TES seems to have changed the font etc. and made it look a little odd. *** It talks about where the World Cup is this year, when it takes place and which countries are involved in each group. Pupils then have the chance to guess the flags (according to each group) and design a football shirt or supporter’s face paint for a country of their choice. The bundle includes the worksheets for the shirt and face paint designs to make your life a little easier.
lisadominique
Design some face paint for the World Cup - French

Design some face paint for the World Cup - French

Pupils can get creative by designing their own supporter’s face paint for the World Cup! Eight different faces, boys and girls, available so this would make a pretty cool display when finished. This can be used in conjunction with the World Cup PowerPoint (see bundle). For more great resources, visit my shop (click on the bee!)
lisadominique
World Cup - French - Guess the flags and get creative!

World Cup - French - Guess the flags and get creative!

This 54-slide PowerPoint is a basic introduction to the World Cup in French - la Coupe du monde. *** Please note, the image in the preview might look a little different to the actual PowerPoint as TES seems to have changed the font etc. and made it look a little odd. *** It talks about where the World Cup is this year, when it takes place and which countries are involved in each group. Pupils then have the chance to guess the flags (according to each group) and design a football shirt or supporter’s face paint for a country of their choice. Worksheets are also available to complement the design activities (see bundle). For more great resources, visit my shop (click on the bee!)
lisadominique
Spanish personalised Father's Day card - adjectives and dictionary skills activity

Spanish personalised Father's Day card - adjectives and dictionary skills activity

Pupils choose 8 rays to describe an important man in their life, match them to the Spanish, decorate them and glue them to the sun template. The centre says “My dad is” but also has options for step-dad, carer and a blank option. All vocabulary is provided in English and Spanish, there is a vocabulary list and blank rays to add adjectives if needed. These could be made into a lovely personalised card. For more French and Spanish resources visit my shop - just click on the bumblebee!
lisadominique
French personalised Father's Day card - adjectives and dictionary skills activity

French personalised Father's Day card - adjectives and dictionary skills activity

Pupils choose 8 rays to describe an important man in their life, match them to the French, decorate them and glue them to the sun template. The centre says “My dad is” but also has options for step-dad, carer and a blank option. All vocabulary is provided in English and French, there is a vocabulary list and blank rays to add adjectives if needed. These could be made into a lovely personalised card. For more French and Spanish resources visit my shop - just click on the bumblebee!
lisadominique
Personalised Father's Day cards in French, Spanish and English

Personalised Father's Day cards in French, Spanish and English

Buy all three of my Father’s Day cards packs for the price of two! Get your pupils to create cards in French, Spanish and English while working on their adjectives and dictionary skills. This is a good way to introduce pupils to French and Spanish adjectives.
lisadominique
Personalised Father's Day sun card - adjectives

Personalised Father's Day sun card - adjectives

Pupils choose 8 rays to describe an important man in their life, decorate them and glue them to the sun template. The centre says “My dad is” but also has options for step-dad, carer and a blank option. This is a great activity for working on dictionary skills, adjectives and personal descriptions. Pupils could even trace the rays and come up with their own descriptions for their father figure. These could be made into a lovely personalised card. Also available: Personalised Mother’s Day Flower Card. For amazing French and Spanish resources visit lovelanguage.
lisadominique
Regions of France - Research Activities

Regions of France - Research Activities

Do you want to broaden your pupils' knowledge of France while working on their research skills? This resource is really easy to use in your classroom – there are 13 printable worksheets covering the different regions of France and a blank sheet if pupils wish to research the overseas departments. Pupils can then undertake their own research (at home or in class) to find out more about a French region. Pupils are asked to: • find out what the French call that region • draw and colour the regional flag • find out the population, capital and large cities • mark the region on the map • provide interesting facts. This is great way for pupils to research other cultures.
lisadominique
French Local Community - Local area descriptions - PowerPoints

French Local Community - Local area descriptions - PowerPoints

This resource comprises of two PowerPoints introducing 10 adjectives to describe your local area and explaining how to compare and contrast different places using these adjectives and “more … than” and “less … than”. Also included are two guessing games and a true/false activity. These PowerPoints come with audio to support non-language specialists. You will find all the terms covered in this vocabulary list and don’t forget to check out the bundle for best value for money! For more French and Spanish resources visit lovelanguage.
lisadominique