Language instruction can get routine and monotonous very easily. Read about four ways to easily gamify your language instruction and grab a freebie!

4 Ways to Gamify Your Language Instruction {Freebie Included

Language instruction can get routine and monotonous very easily. Read about four ways to easily gamify your language instruction and grab a freebie! Some involve technology and some just involve students!

"I Have, Who Has?" games are fun and engaging; allowing students to practice their fluency and listening skills. They can be used as a form of review, assessment, or as a form of test preps. They can also be added to your sub tub or used on those inclement rainy days.

French Numbers - "I Have, Who Has?" Game - for Numbers 1 to 24

"I Have, Who Has?" games are fun and engaging; allowing students to practice their fluency and listening skills. They can be used as a form of review, assessment, or as a form of test preps. They can also be added to your sub tub or used on those inclement rainy days.

Approach your Writing Program in a new and interesting way...using photo prompts!This product includes 12 coloured photo prompts that are perfect for encouraging story writing and creativity.Here's what's included:- 12 coloured photo prompts on writing paper.

Histoires en images / French Photo Writing Prompts

French version of the I have ... Who has ...? game. This French game can be played to practice French verbs. The game has 39 cards. Please download the preview with a list of all verbs included.

French verbs J'ai ... Qui a ...? game

French version of the I have . This French game can be played to practice French verbs. The game has 39 cards with a colorful frame and 39 cards with a simple black frame to save you ink. There are 4 cards per page.

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