Using several different grammar resource books, I've created a 13 page graphic organizer for those structures most commonly covered in the beginning level of French. For those of us who no longer use textbooks and have found that students learn in a completely different way than we ourselves often learned, "grammar" can sometimes pose a sticky issue. Since we don't use textbooks, there is often no "page 47" that we can send students to when we want them to quickly review contractions of the preposition à. Also, I've noticed that students are considerably less enthusiastic / knowledgeable about grammatical structures than I was at their age. This provides a space for students to fill in notes as your class moves along throughout the year, and it is a coherent packet to which they can refer in the future. I'm using it for the first time and loving it! I would love to hear how it works in your classes or how you've tweaked it to make it work best for your students.