This comes with a starter pack of 30 cards although it also has some other learning activities. You can copy-cut-and-paste to produce any number of additional Christmas bingo cards. Each has a total of 25 squares.
Some words are used more in Montreal, Quebec, others more in Paris, France, etc. For example various dictionaries offer “candy cane” can be “bâton de sucre d'orge, sucre d'orge, canne de bonbon,” or “canne de Noël.”
There are also four pages of Interactive Christmas Vocabularies for fun and practice. These call for a student/s to cut, paste, and type the vocabulary which almost totally overlaps the English and French Christmas words on the Christmas Bingo cards.
Next come two French Christmas Word Searches that also back up the Bingo cards component, plus Answer Keys for each of the word searches. Last of all there is Christmas In France which is a short reader/reading component in English; plus links to some carols etc.
The overall pedagogical philosophy behind this and similar learning packets is that when students have more fun, they learn more, and we the teachers also enjoy teaching all the more.
You'll love seeing your students doing Christmas Bingo In French as busy as happy bees at the hive of learning.
Best Wishes And Please Keep Coming,
August 8, 2016