Colorful, ready-to-go French Valentine's Day Lotto Game. 30 lotto cards and the calling cards are all included. If you laminate the cards they will last for many years and can be reused over and over again.
The children really enjoyed this bingo. Great images! I would have preferred the wording on images be in French but I realize French clip art is difficult to find. It would also be nice to have the wording on the calling cards to also be on the bingo cards so the children can read and associate it with the image. This is gr 1-4 French immersion students so I had to hold the calling card up for them to see the images and wording. Just some suggestions. Overall this bingo is excellent !
Yes French clip art is hard to find. Especially stuff that can be used to sell on TpT. Thanks for the suggestion of having the words on the cards as well. I can see how that would be helpful for students. I will take this into consideration for my updates in the summer time. I am way too busy right now finishing up my Master's thesis :)
February 24, 2013
Really liked this and easy to put together, however it is a little confusing when you have multiple pictures for the same words. On the first page of cards you have one heart (heart with a smudged ring around it) that is the only one in the whole package. I am assuming it goes with the rest of the un coeur, but having a different picture makes it confusing.
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I have just purchased your French Valentine's Day Bingo. Overall, it is a quality product compared to some I have seen online. I really like your images but I would have preferred to have all the words in French on the images to be truly a French bingo. Rather than Love you >Je t'aime, Chocolates >chocolats, Be mine > Soyez à moi, Happy Valentine's day >Bonne Saint-Valentin.
It would also be preferable to have the words under the images on the bingo cards like you have on the calling cards so the students could read the word, match it to an image and also see the correct spelling.
Thank you and I'm sure my students will enjoy playing this game on Valentine's day.
Thank you for provided valuable feedback and I would love to hear what your students thought about the game.
I agree with you on the French word on the pictures. Unfortunately because of copyright issues and the price it costs to use such graphics it would make the product be an unrealistic price. I do spend quite a bit of money on buying licenses for clip art but none of the places offer French graphics.