French food vocabulary board game

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6th - 9th
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Need a fun way to practice French food vocabulary? This game is fun, quick, and easy to use! NO PREP for you!

To play, students roll the die, move their playing piece to land on a space with an image of a food or drink. You just decide whether you want them to simply give the word or form a complete sentence with the item shown. The player who reaches the finish first wins. Quick and simple!

Need some easy ideas for differentiation? I've included 5 ideas for making the game more challenging.

Vocabulary is basic to most beginner classes. Game includes a printable vocabulary list that you can give to students for game play. Click on the images to get a view of the vocabulary words used.

If you'd like to add the extra challenge of having students conjugated verbs such as manger, boire, prendre, or acheter, I've included subject cards that students can use during game play. Before game play, just write the verbs you want them to use on the board and have them draw a card at each turn.

If you don't have dice or playing pieces, I've included some templates you can make using card stock.

Want a full food unit? Find this resource and more here:

French food bundle


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