This is a great game for practicing French numbers to 100 while also focusing on speaking and listening. Give each student a card(s) and randomly choose a student to start. Have them read their Qui a? question out loud, giving the number in French. Whoever has that number stands and says, "J'ai __.
This is a great game for practicing French numbers from 100 to 1000 while also focusing on speaking and listening. Give each student a card(s) and randomly choose a student to start. Have them read their Qui a? question out loud, giving the number in French.
This is a fun activity for getting kids to listen to numbers in the target language. Give each student a copy of the connect-the-dot. Make sure they dont write on it until you have given directions.The numbers on this activity are NOT in order. Students must listen to find out what the order is.
This makes a great warm-up or practice exercise when working on regular, present tense -ER verbs in French. Give students one minute to conjugate as many of the 30 verbs as they can. This file also includes a second activity in which students have one minute to write the meaning of each of the 30 verbs.
A simple board game for teaching French -ER verb conjugation. The directions indicate that it is for teaching the present tense, but can easily be used for other tenses. A vocabulary list with English meanings is included to copy for students as needed.
A traditional board game for practicing classroom or school vocabulary. Students roll a die and move and then give the word for the object pictured in the space in French. If they are correct, they stay on the square. If not, they return to their previous location.
Play just like you did when you were a kid and practice -ER verb conjugation at the same time. This provides a lot of rote practice - but my kids love it! Students complete the missing verbs forms on their chart and then follow the rules for traditional Battleship.