I have created a board game called ‘Un Coup du Sort’ for students to practise comprehension of the language along with a variety of grammar concepts. All answers are given “orally” to promote French speech. 85 questions in all!
Questions covered include: Qu’est-ce que, Quel(le), Où, Qui, Est-ce que, Comment, Combien, and De quelle couleur. Some questions are written with est-ce que and others in inversion form. One and two verbs sentences are used covering some of the following verbs: aimer, détester, adorer, aller, préférer, faire, être, avoir, s’appeler, faire, jouer, répondre, pouvoir, vouloir, devoir and nommer. Topic areas included are: age, date, weather, seasons, sports, pastimes, person descriptions, music, food, beverages, family, geographical locations, school subjects, television, friendships, colors and more. This is the perfect opportunity for students to work together, and have fun while practising their French.
This digital download allows for you to make several game boards and sets of cards. Print out the game boards and cards on Bristol paper for a more durable version. Laminate to enable you to use these boards over and over again.
This product is written in French.
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