L'Halloween - Mots croisés, cachés, fléchés - French Halloween

L'Halloween - Mots croisés, cachés, fléchés - French Halloween

Halloween Games, Halloween Activities, Theme Halloween, Teacher Resources, Teacher Pay Teachers, Teacher Stuff, Teaching Ideas, Core French, French Classroom

Origine du poisson d'avril...Would be good to have kids read the story, then color in fish to play pranks on others with!

Would be good to have kids read the story, then color in fish to play pranks on others with!

FREE French Halloween Mini-book: print and go activity for your French classroom!

French Halloween Foldable Mini-book: a quick and simple French Halloween activity that your FI or Core French students will love!

#infographie Saint Valentin

[Infographie] La Saint Valentin, un vrai business

This is an 11 page French skit about Bonhomme and the Quebec Winter Carnival for gr. 4-10 French Immersion or gr. 9-11 French Core.  9 actors, about 15 minutes long.  Use for Readers' Theater, for Class Performances or for les Grands Spectacles!  TPT $

La saynète sur le Carnaval de Québec - French skit of Bonhomme & Quebec Carnival

A Thanksgiving themed resource that will however have your students chanting/singing this catchy rhyme to thank people in your school and in your community all year long! (37 pages with lots of literacy activities suited for grades primary-two French Immersion with opportunities for differentiation. Enjoy!

Comptine pour dire "Merci"! (L'Action de Grâce, French Thanksgiving, L'automne)

All you need for French Thanksgiving theme AND students can sing this song all year long to thank people in the school or in the community!

Mardi Gras In New Orleans -The American Road Journal presents... Arthur Hardy publisher of the Mardi Gras Guide. Mr Hardy explains the history and current events of  the Carnival season and Mardi Gras day or Fat Tuesday as some would say. This is a video segment from the documentary " Mardi Gras in New Orleans" produced Richard Paterson.

clip from the documentary "Mardi Gras In New Orleans" (in English), wherein an expert (sporting a shiny green, gold, and purple bow tie) explains some of the history and customs of Mardi Gras. Lots of fun footage of the parades.

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