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French Food and Drink vocabulary presentation and activities BUNDLE (La Nourriture et Les Boissons): resources for multiple lessons of a French Food unit, originally made for beginners / near beginners in Grade 3, 4, 5 and 6 but may suit other grades. Includes a 100 slide interactive PowerPoint presentation, 4 fun printable games and activities, 2 differentiated worksheets, and differentiated crossword and wordsearch puzzles. Key phrases that can be developed using these resources include: Qu’est-ce que tu aimes manger? (What do you like to eat?), Qu’est-ce que tu aimes boire? (What do you like to drink?), Qu’est-ce que vous voulez? (What do you want?) Je voudrais… (I would like…).
These resources focus on 30 key food and drink words. As some words differ between US and UK English (fries / chips etc), I’ve included separate UK versions where relevant.
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INCLUDED IN THIS FRENCH FOOD AND DRINK BUNDLE:
100-SLIDE POWERPOINT PRESENTATION: A substantial interactive lesson presentation. 30 food and drink words are introduced and key questions and answers linked to the topic are also featured. This PowerPoint scaffolds students’ learning around the ordering of food and drinks and giving opinions about them. Slides feature answers that appear on a mouse click. Activities and games are also included: role-play slides (plus translations) and slides for games of Splat (students hit the correct food or drink image when the teacher calls it out in French) and the memory game, Kim’s Game, where pupils compete in teams or as individuals to spot which food or drink image has been removed.
SERPENTS ET ECHELLES (Snakes and Ladders): Print and laminate the board. Play as normal Snakes and Ladders / Chutes and Ladders, but students have to say the French for the food or drink item they land on, otherwise they must move back. An instruction card and details of a challenge version of this game are included in the file.
LOOP GAME (I HAVE…WHO HAS?): Whether used as a whole class or group oral activity or a dominoes activity in pairs, this 20-card set is ideal for a starter or plenary session. Forms a continuous loop so you can start anywhere.
JIGSAW PUZZLE: 30-piece Hexagon Jigsaw Puzzle in PDF format (Includes Answer Key). Print and laminate for regular use. Students must ensure the triangle pieces are positioned so that the words on each side lie alongside the translation in the other language. Makes a large hexagon when complete. Ideal for small groups or as an individual, or paired early finishers task. Some students love to race each other to complete it. Color and black and white version included. US and UK versions too.
PICTURE ACTIVITY CARDS: Can be used as bingo cards with the teacher calling out French food and drink vocabulary (a list of the key vocabulary is included in the file). Alternatively, use these cards for a game of tic tac toe (noughts and crosses). Students choose food and drink to say aloud in French before using a marker to write their symbol over the relevant image. 16 cards, 9 pictures on each. 30 different foods and drinks featured. These could be used for other activities - cut them up into individual pictures for paired oral activities, for example. Color printing will be required for some resources in the games packet, otherwise it could be difficult for students to identify items like orange juice and milk.
WORKSHEEETS AND PUZZLES: A packet of 2 worksheets, a crossword puzzle, and wordsearch (all with differentiated versions and answer keys) to consolidate French Food and Drink vocabulary. There are one and two star versions of all resources in this packet, the one-star version being for lower ability or maybe younger students. They are supported with a vocabulary bank on each sheet. Separate US and UK versions where relevant. Although the worksheets and puzzles are in color, they will print fine in black and white if required.
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