This resource consists of seven worksheets / activities on the topic of food in French.
1. Ici, j’achète. Pupils have a series of sentences saying where an item of food is purchased. Pupils need to fill in the type of shop, as well as the correct article for the item of food.
2. Aujourd’hui j’achète. Pupils have a list of sentences stating which food items they are buying, with quantities. The English sentences are provided alongside, pupils need to draw a line from one to the other to match them up.
3. La nourriture match up. Pupils have a list of food items, and underneath a series of images depicting these foods. Pupils need to write the number of the sentence alongside the image. This makes an ideal quick starter activity, or a way of noticing down vocab for weaker pupils.
4. La nourriture match up. Pupils are given a copy of the first page of sheet 3, which contains a series of sentences in French. The English versions on the subsequent pages are cut out, and hidden around the room. Pupils need to walk round the room finding the translations, and write down the letter on the English sentence next to the French sentence on their sheet. The final page contains the answers.
5. Who wants to be a Millionaire quiz. This resource features 15 multiple choice questions on the topic of food. This can be used in conjunction with a WWTBAM PPT (many are available free of charge on various websites, I’ve not included one as the template I used was not my own) to save you writing the questions, as a general verbal quiz that can be used in a variety of ways, or to be given to the pupils as a filler activity.
6. Opinions about food match up. Pupils have a list of sentences giving their opinions on foods. The English sentences are provided alongside, pupils need to draw a line from one to the other to match them up.
7. Food match up. In pairs, pupils have a set of cards, both the picture and the words. They need to turn the cards face down on the table and take it in turns to turn over a picture and a vocab card, keeping these if they match. Pupil with the most wins. Pupils can also be given a print out of both sheets (or reduced down onto one sheet if necessary) to cut out and stick into their books.