This French speaking activity for adjectives is a fun way to practice forming complete sentences with common describing words. Includes 4 dice: one with subject pronouns, plus 3 image dice with adjectives. Also includes printable image-based vocabulary page, notes on agreement, writing pages for centers, and a one-page writing follow-up activity.
Use the notes in full-French or print the English version for beginners.
triste, calme, malade, timide, jeune, fâché, fatigué, fier, fort, grand, petit, curieux, courageux, nerveux, heureux, vieux, gentil, sportif, créatif.
Students roll the subject dice and an adjective dice to complete sentences using the subject pronoun and the image shown. Students should know how to conjugate être before doing this activity. You can play with one set of image cards or all three, asking students to alternate rolls so you can incorporate 18 vocabulary terms.
Use it as a writing activity or at centers with the included student writing pages.
Includes color and black and white dice + dice with images only and dice with images and words.
* To help students practice adjective agreement, only the masculine form of the adjective is written on the dice. A female may depict the adjective, but the masculine form will be given. Students should be able to apply adjective agreement rules for this activity.
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