Build proficiency in your students' French number vocabulary with this fun collaborative colouring activity. It is different than other colour-by-number worksheets, since each student's worksheet represents only a small section of the large whole-class mosaic. The collaborative aspect of these worksheets will have THEM policing the homework completion. (Nobody wants to be responsible for the hole in the picture!) Paris and the Eiffel Tower are icons of French, and would certainly enhance your classroom hanging up on the wall!
1) Calculate / Solve
FOUR DIFFERENT VERSIONS INCLUDED: (.pdf and .docx format)
1) Math facts (+, - , ⨯, ÷ ) for numbers 0 –> 100, answers given in French words.
Quarante moins Trente-et-un = ?
Cinquante-quatre divisé par Trois = ?
Trente-cinq plus Onze = ?
2) Basic translation from words to numerals (numbers 1 –> 100, answers given in numeral form)
3) Translation from words to numerals for large numbers (1000 – 1 000 000, answers given in numeral form)
4) Word Number Patterns (Increasing or decreasing by 1s or 2s for numbers beween 0 – 100, answers given in French words.)
Trente-neuf, Quarante, Quarante-et-un, ______ ?
Vingt-et-un, Dix-neuf, Dix-sept, ______ ?
Trente-deux, Trente-trois, Trente-quatre, ______ ?
For each version, a number-range answer key is provided, so you can assess students' responses at a glance, or use the range to correctly colour any extra worksheets. In my experience, students are asking to complete extra sheets to see the picture completed!
These worksheets apply to the vocabulary component of the grade 6 Ontario Core-French curriculum. (basic vocabulary including numbers from 1 to 100)
Check out the product preview for a sample page from each version. I know your French class will enjoy this!
I'd love to hear your feedback too! Enjoy!