FREE French Halloween Bingo - français (gratuit)

Free French Halloween Bingo Kids just love to play bingo and what could be a better way to make them practice Halloween vocabulary than to have the.

Pinata and Birthday Girl - Homemade Couple Costume Idea …

Pinata and Birthday Girl - Halloween Costume Contest at Costume-Works.com

$ French Halloween Lapbook

French Halloween Lapbooks: Interactive Halloween activities, a selection of French Halloween videos and a freebie!

TNBC - This is Halloween (French with subs and trans) - AWESOME with English and French subtitles.  High School kids love!

TNBC - This is Halloween (French with subs and trans) - AWESOME with English and French subtitles. High School kids will love it!

Here's an idea: French Interactive Halloween activities, a selection of French Halloween videos and a freebie! Video: C'est l'Halloween!

Here's an idea: French Interactive Halloween activities, a selection of French Halloween videos and a freebie!

Halloween themed sentence builder cards in French!  Students can manipulate the cards to make a variety of fun yet grammatically correct sentences!  $

French Halloween Themed Silly Sentence Builder Cards

This product is a fun addition to any French literacy center. This package contains 14 sentence strip puzzles with a Halloween theme.

Make learning reflexive verbs fun with this NO PREP activity.  If you are learning reflexive verbs and body parts, your students will love this! Students are asked to design a monster with an injury. (I have recently been doing this around Halloween to hang them up, but for years, we reached this point in the curriculum in the spring, and it was just as fun!) Then, using the passé composé, the students have to write a paragraph explaining what happened to their monster and how he is hurt.

French reflexive verbs writing project with the passé composé

Make learning reflexive verbs fun with this NO PREP activity. If you are learning reflexive verbs and body parts, your students will love this! Students are asked to design a monster with an injury. (I have recently been doing this around Halloween to hang them up, but for years, we reached this point in the curriculum in the spring, and it was just as fun!) Then, using the passé composé, the students have to write a paragraph explaining what happened to their monster and how he is hurt.

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