Have fun with your students of ALL ages! This French Loto product includes 33 individual Loto cards to use in your classroom. These “vocabulary free” cards allows you to use the cards with all grade levels. Give out a copy of the “Loto calling card” to your younger students to use as a vocabulary reference sheet when they are learning the new words and challenge your higher level students without the vocabulary reference sheet to look at. The vocabulary reference sheet serves as your own calling card as you randomly select squares to be read aloud. Listening skills, vocabulary skills, reading skills and FUN all in one game!
This product is in French.
NOTE: This product is a portion of my Halloween BUNDLE.
Thanks to the following for helping to make my product look so much better! Thanks goes out to: Fun for Learning, A Sketchy Guy, Charlotte’s Clips, Clip Art Engine, Growing Smart Readers, The LibraryFox, Stacy Johnson of Doodle Dot Illustrations, Ninja Woman Clip Art Studio, Math in the Middle, Krista Wallden of Creative Clips, Ivee’s Designs, Donna Roberts, Creative Squirrels Classroom, Awaywiththepixels, and Cara’s Creative Playground.
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