I have found it difficult to find good German materials and curriculum for kids. Early on we used a lot of free German worksheets and materials, but then at a certain point the kids were ready for more. I made a whole series of Conversation Cards and we are slowly building conversations skills and vocabulary from day-to-day, week-to-week.
The packets in this bundle include:
• Family tree for greetings and family words - 2 files, approx. 15 pages, We used the family cards for role playing activities (to use with what's your name, how old are you, is this your brother/sister/dad, etc.)
• The days of the weeks, months, weather and seasons, - Approx. 15 pages
• Winter Words (picture cards, 6 bingo cards, matching pages) - Sickness and Getting Hurt worksheets, picture cards (includes a Lesespiel with symptoms... ie. Who has a runny nose?) - Approx. 20 pages
• Clothing (for color practice, shopping scenarios) - Approx. 20 pages, This includes clothing cards, clothing matching pages (German words to English words, German words to pictures), plus 8 bingo cards with clothing pictures. (With the bingo cards, the instructor would need to say the word in German while student/s cover the appropriate picture).
• Valentine's Day Vocabulary Worksheets and Bingo Cards (24 Valentine-related words) approx. Includes 8 bingo cards. 10 pages
Bingo Card Sets: For classroom teachers, you can use these as a small group activity. Students take turns reading from the bingo list. The first to cross off two rows wins! (You can laminate the cards and use dry erase markers or provide tokens to cover the space.)
These materials are best for teachers/instructors who speak German. The contain basic vocabulary and conversation starter suggestions only. (ie. there's no scripted back-and-forth dialogue).