French food vocabulary game J'AI... QUI A ...? NOURRITURE

French food vocabulary game J'AI... QUI A ...? NOURRITURE
French food vocabulary game J'AI... QUI A ...? NOURRITURE
French food vocabulary game J'AI... QUI A ...? NOURRITURE
French food vocabulary game J'AI... QUI A ...? NOURRITURE
French food vocabulary game J'AI... QUI A ...? NOURRITURE
French food vocabulary game J'AI... QUI A ...? NOURRITURE
French food vocabulary game J'AI... QUI A ...? NOURRITURE
French food vocabulary game J'AI... QUI A ...? NOURRITURE
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This game is similar to my I have... who has... games. Instead of using the terms "J'ai... qui a... ?" students will use the verbs manger and boire to ask "Qui mange...?" and "Qui boit...?" They will answer with "Je mange..." and "Je bois..." Perfect for practicing French food and drink vocabulary + the indefinite and partitive articles.

Includes a printable page with images and corresponding terms for you to use during game play or as an addition to student folders.

The object of the game is to go full circle with all of the cards. The player with "J'ai la première carte" starts and the game ends with "Qui a la première carte?" You'll get 30 cards so you can easily play this with big classes. If you have more than 30 students, simply pair a few student up, and if you have less than 30 students, give some students two cards.

Vocabulary included:

poisson, frites, fromage, banane, eau, carotte, œufs, pain, jus d'orange, raisins, champignons, petits pois, hamburger, steak, pizza, café, salade, cerises, croissant, fraises, poulet, soupe, glace, lait, pomme, gâteau, pomme de terre, jus de pomme, and orange.

Cards are in color only. Check out the preview for a closer look.

I really appreciate your feedback! If you enjoy this activity, please take a moment to leave feedback. Merci!

This and more available in my French food bundle.

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