This resource features seven worksheets and activities for pupils on the topic of animals in French.
Descriptions of the sheets are below, and see the preview file for examples from each sheet.
1. A colourful resource to check knowledge of adjectival agreement using animals and colours. Pupils have pictures of animals in varying colours, and need to give the French word for the animal, along with the colour.
2. Pupils have images of various animals, but the word alongside has been jumbled up. Pupils need to unscramble the letters, and write the correct word alongside the image.
3. A worksheet to help pupils practise their knowledge of asking and answering basic questions in French. Pupils have images of several animals, with information about the animal provided. They need to use this to write a dialogue between two people asking questions about the animal, and giving the answer. A model dialogue is provided.
4. Pupils are provided with a word spiral containing various animals in French. They need to find the words, and highlight them, then write these out in their books with the English alongside as an extension. To cut down on photocopying, the resource is copied four times onto one sheet.
5. An ideal worksheet for SEN or primary pupils, or as an end of lesson extension. Pupils are provided with the outline images of several animals, along with a colour. Pupils need to colour the animals in in the given colour. As an extension, pupils can then write a description in French of the animals.
6. This resource is in two parts, and provides a fun game for pupils, whilst encouraging kinaesthetic learning. Before the lesson, the animals on part 2 need hiding around the room. Pupils are given a copy of the worksheet, and need to walk round the room locating the animals, writing the letter on the corner of the card alongside the description on their sheet. Multiple copies of the pupils’ sheet have been provided on one page to reduce copying.
7. This is an extension of the previous resource, and works in the same way, though uses colours as well as animals. On their sheet, pupils are provided with images of animals in various colours, and need to find the French phrase for these round the room, writing down the number of the phrase, as well as the phrase itself.