Great in any language! 7 Easy Icebreakers You Can Do With Post-It Notes

POSTER: 7 Easy Icebreakers for your HIGH FIVE BUDDY! You Can Do With Post-It Notes - these are some fun icebreakers, good for the beginning of school and for substitutes too.

Fun game for verbs!

Fun game for learning action verbs--Expand upon it by having students do charades in front of the class with their most unique verbs and have students from other groups guess the verb

Excellent ideas for Spanish conversation

POSTER: 7 Best Games for Your Next Conversation Class. Or possible icebreaker games for social.

Les créations de Stéphanie: J'ai... Qui a... ? : 2 autres versions

Qui a. : 2 autres versions (Do this with french) Frenglish :) The kids would love it!

Les créations de Stéphanie: J'ai... Qui a... ? : 2 autres versions

Qui a. : 2 autres versions (Do this with french) Frenglish :) The kids would love it!

J'ai Qui A Chain Game - French School Items & Expressions product from French-Teacher-Resources on TeachersNotebook.com

This product contains four completely different versions to suit different class sizes, from 15 to It's an oral activity where you distribute the cards to students and everyone pays attention as you locate the next card in random sequence around the room.

$ I have... Who has...? in FRENCH  Numbers & Letters

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$ Have students saying the shapes and the colors in French by:  - building a word wall of geometric shapes (8 cards)  - playing the game I have...Who has...? - J'ai ... Qui a...? You're going to get 24 cards and instructions on how to play the game.  - by counting the shapes scattered in a page and graphing the results. There are 4 different pages.    As a bonus, you're also going to get bookmarks with examples of shapes and colors. Give them to your students at the end of the class.

$ Have students saying the shapes and the colors in French by: - building a word wall of geometric shapes (8 cards) - playing the game I have...Who has...? - J'ai ... Qui a...? You're going to get 24 cards and instructions on how to play the game. - by counting the shapes scattered in a page and graphing the results. There are 4 different pages. As a bonus, you're also going to get bookmarks with examples of shapes and colors. Give them to your students at the end of the class.

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