Action-Oriented Tasks for the French classroom - Describing family membersAction-oriented tasks are meaningful activities that reflect real-life situations which students could face in their daily lives. This package contains everything you will need to implement a variety of social tasks in the cl
Here is a set of mini family posters/cards for your classroom!
These are great if you have limited wall space. You can put the cards on a ring and hang them in your writing centre or simply post them on your wall in your classroom. Students will find these cards very helpful during writing periods,
Use these 40 interactive notebook French family flashcards and your students will master family vocabulary quickly and easily. Students look at the photos and flip the cards to learn the family members in French. Includes JPG's for distance learning!♦ 40 Photo Flashcards (picture on one side, word
This is one of my students' favorite games! I love it because it requires both skill (writing the words in French) and luck (rolling a 6), so it levels the playing field a little bit.
This game practices:
-family member vocabulary (writing)
-possessive adjectives (writing)
I love this game becaus
Looking for a way to get your students up and moving and speaking? Here's a fun activity to use. This activity is ideal for reviewing the different members of the family and family descriptions with Novice-Level learners since it provides students a structured format to speak in the target language.
These 6 leveled decks of 125+ French family members flashcards will help your students master 35+ vocabulary words about family members and pets. French Boom Cards are self-correcting, 100% in the target language, and make great sub plans!Recognition: Levels 1, 2 (50 Flashcards) Listen to the senten
Looking for a fun interactive teaching idea for family in French and English? Well look no further as Core French Family Members Vocabulary Puzzles, will serve as an exciting lesson plan for French elementary school classrooms or French as a second language ( FSL ). This is a great resource to incor
you have never used pixel art activities on Google Sheets before they are ZERO PREP, FUN, PRETTY, and best of all...self-checking for the students! These activities save time as they provide INSTANT FEEDBACK for students and FAST visuals for teachers to check student progress!!This activity is for
A simple and fun French beginner reading where Paula, 14 years old, describes four members of her family: her younger sister, an uncle, a cousin and her mother. The reading includes examples of descriptions of people, hobbies, professions great review for French 1 students.Includes 7 short answer re
Make teaching the names of family members in French fun with this family member vocabulary activity (la famile jeu de cartes en Français). A great fit for all ages, whether you're teaching French in elementary or high school, this family vocabulary card game can be played several different ways, pro
Use the authentic language found in catch pop hit "Elle me dit" by Mika to help your beginning French students practice their adjectives and family members vocabulary in this interpretive listening activity. After students have listened to the song (can currently be found here: https://www.youtube.c
This fun booklet contains members of the family in french. It utilizes Word Box, Fill-in-the-Blanks and Word Search activities. The activities to allow full understanding of members in a family and simple sentence formations in french.
-Word Box to label the members of the family.
Practice basic French vocabulary for the Members of the Family with this fun resource. This product includes a variety of puzzles and activities.INCLUDESWord list with 40 words in French and English Vocabulary Identification with imagesDraw and Label Rainbow WordsWord ShapesFancy Font Emoji CodeBack
Students describe a minimum of 5 actual or fictitious family members. They must provide 4 things for each: possessive adjective and family word, introduction of the family member, age, and description. There is space on the activity page for students to describe up to 8 people. Students must als
This is the favorite vocabulary game of my French 1 students, and it is, by far, the easiest to play.
The first page of the document is directions for the teacher, and the subsequent pages are templates for the game. This is a full class game, generally played with 3-4 groups.
Strengths of the
This activity practices:
-family vocabulary (students read and write in French)
If you are teaching a Family Unit, you may be interested in this bundle of all family vocab activities:
This is a translation game that is played with partners. The object is to connect 4 while simultaneously blocking your partner from connecting 4. It is a lower level game (level 1), so they translate from French into English.
This game focuses on:
-family member vocabulary
Worksheet includes a detailed list of family members in French with a space for the English translation to be added in.The sheet is included twice, side by side, to allow for easy printing of more than one copy.
Subject/Level: French, Level 1 Unit: FamilyPrior Learning: Students have been introduced to expressing the names of others, describing others and the verbs avoir and être. Learning Objectives: Students will be able to identify vocabulary for family members. Standards: Communication, ComparisonsL1:
This is a partner speaking activity. It focuses on:
-family member vocabulary
I like this activity because:
-it's easy to explain to kids without using English
-it's easy for kids to understand how to do it
-it gets them speaking the language
If you are teaching a Family Un
This PowerPoint is made to learn family members in French. in addition to the illustrated vocabulary, learners can make the distinction between masculine and feminine using definite articles ( le, la, les, l'). The PowerPoint also contains the pronunciation form of the target vocabulary (audios) in
My students love solving magic squares, and so will yours! It's fun, yet challenging enough, and self-correcting. Works great for individual practice, and is also the homework that your students will actually want to do! This resource comes as a printable (pdf) and a digital layer version for distan
This graphic organizer is just a different way to give notes about the family. I like it because, besides the more advanced words like godmother and godfather, there isn't any English. Normally I write the French word in the box where it belongs and let them use their cognate skills or I work them t