Asking and answering questions (interpersonal communication) is an important skill for our students to master.
Too often in the lower level classes, the communication is focused on student-teacher. These cards are a great way for the teacher to loosen the reigns and let the interpersonal communication occur between the students.
You get 45 cards -- each with a different question asking students about their family (and themselves). The questions vary from one word answers (Who in your family is shy?) to the open-ended (What is your mother like?). Students will practice vocabulary relating to family, activities, physical descriptions, and personality descriptions.
You also get an additional set of cards (lose a turn, go back two spaces, etc) if you use these cards as a board game. Use them with any board game template.
These cards work great with my Super Cute Snails & Ladders Board Game (It's FREE!)
Page 1: Title Page
Page 2: Suggestions for Use (four ideas)
Page 3-7: Question Cards
Page 8: Board Game Cards & Three Blank Cards
Page 9: Graphics Credit
Need additional conversation cards for higher levels? Check out these products:
Upper-Level Conversation Cards
Que ferais-tu? What Would You Do?
Other products related to family vocabulary:
French Family Task Cards
La Famille Escargot Family Tree