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Practicing vocabulary for describing people in French. Voici la version papier d… Practicing vocabulary for describing people in French. Teaching French, Guessing Games For Kids, Activities For Kids, Crafts For Kids, French Education, Core French, French Resources, Classroom Games, Infant Activities

Jeu à imprimer : "Qui est-ce ?"

Voici la version papier du jeu de "Qui est-ce ?" ! Beaucoup plus mignon et tout aussi rigolo, fabriquez vous-même votre "Qui-est-ce ?" avec Momes !

Give your students an organized, at-a-glance reference section for recording regular present tense French verbs. This flapbook is designed for er, ir, and re verbs. I love using flapbooks like these in interactive notebooks to make conjugations a bit French Verbs, French Grammar, French Tenses, How To Speak French, Learn French, Teaching Verbs, Teaching Reading, Present Tense Verbs, French Teaching Resources

French Regular Present Tense Verbs Interactive Notebook Flapbook

Give your students an organized, at-a-glance reference section for recording regular present tense French verbs. This flapbook is designed for er, ir, and re verbs. I love using flapbooks like these in interactive notebooks to make conjugations a bit more hands-on!

Le meilleur jeu de communication orale Classroom tips & tricks, resources and teaching ideas for the primary French classroom - immersion or French first-language Communication Orale, Communication Activities, French Teaching Resources, Teaching Ideas, Teaching Strategies, Classroom Resources, Learning Resources, Primary Teaching, Teacher Resources

Le meilleur jeu de communication orale

Happy long weekend! I can never quite believe it when this weekend rolls around, because it means that we are in the home stretch. The last "break" before the end of the school year! I love the extra day off, but I also panic a bit, because I am always concerned that I haven't taught my kids quite enough to have them 100% ready for grade one. There is always more to teach! At this point in the year, I expect all of my students to be speaking in French all the time. And, although there are…

Le meilleur jeu de communication orale Classroom tips & tricks, resources and teaching ideas for the primary French classroom - immersion or French first-language Communication Orale, Communication Activities, French Teaching Resources, Teaching Ideas, Teaching Strategies, Classroom Resources, Learning Resources, Primary Teaching, Teacher Resources

Le meilleur jeu de communication orale

Happy long weekend! I can never quite believe it when this weekend rolls around, because it means that we are in the home stretch. The last "break" before the end of the school year! I love the extra day off, but I also panic a bit, because I am always concerned that I haven't taught my kids quite enough to have them 100% ready for grade one. There is always more to teach! At this point in the year, I expect all of my students to be speaking in French all the time. And, although there are…

All about my friend (Tout sur mon ami(e)) French Teaching Resources, Teaching French, Back To School Activities, Writing Activities, Spanish Activities, French Lessons, Spanish Lessons, Learning Spanish, Learning Italian

All about my friend (Tout sur mon ami(e))

This is an activity similar to another one that I have created (Tout sur moi)which you can find at my store. This is another great back to school activity that allows the students to get to know each other. The students learn to use the third person singular (Il/Elle) and also gives them an opportun...

In this free sample, you'll receive 4 centre activities to use to teach students about ordering a combo in a fast food restuarant in Quebec, with a. Learn French Fast, How To Speak French, French Teaching Resources, Teaching French, Teaching Ideas, Communication Orale, Fun Classroom Activities, Core French, French Classroom

Freebie – Centres: Ordering a Combo in Quebec

Visting Quebec? 4 FREE centre activities to teach students about ordering a combo in a fast food restaurant in Quebec, emphasis on oral communication, but includes brief writing, vocabulary development, reading and a suggested culminating task. A great way for FSL teachers to prepare their students to actually use the French language while participating in the cultural travel opportunity that is offered by so many schools.