Les Nombres / Les Numeros vocabulary speaking activities: 5 printable thirty-card ‘I Have Who Has?’ Activities (Loop Games). Two of these are for simple digit format to French number word matching (0 to 40 and 0 to 100), and the other 3 use a mental math context (0-40, 0-60 and 0-100). My basic French resources are made for students beginning French and near beginners in Primary / Elementary and Middle School (Grade 4, 5, 6 and 7) but they may suit others, depending on experience.
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FRENCH MENTAL MATH 'I HAVE...WHO HAS?' SETS:
Combine mental math agility with French number learning in this fun activity. The three sets cater for different ages, abilities, and experiences of French. Giving children the chance to use French numbers in calculations can build understanding, recall and confidence in using them. There is no particular starting card as each loop is continuous but all sets do have 'un' (one) in them and you might want to start them here. Each set has a different color border but if not printing in color you might want to print on different colored card stock or paper so as not to mix them up when using more than one set. These resources use the following words for the four operations in French: plus (add), moins (subtract), fois (times), divisé par (divided by).
The simple matching sets also form continuous loops and can be started at any card.
Distribute cards to students and one reads out the right-hand side of their card. Students check if they have the matching left-hand side. The student who does have this reads it out, followed by the right-hand side of the same card, and the process continues. To make it competitive, groups could race against each other to complete their loop.
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