The French game "J'ai, Qui A?" is an ideal way to use I Have, Who Has to reinforce the high-frequency structures of avoir while mastering la maison et les pieces house and furniture French vocabulary. Best of all, it's a low-prep, highly engaging French game for the teacher!
This vocabulary game involves the whole class and keeps your middle-high school French students engaged in pronunciation and interpretation with la maison vocabulary. This set contains 24 cards with common rooms, house objects, and furniture ideal for your French House Unit. This set also includes a no-English La Maison French vocabulary sheet with pictures for binding.
There are 24 cards in all, perfect for a large class. For smaller classes, have some students take 2 cards, or you as the teacher can take the extra cards.
My students love these for quick refreshers and reviews. Even after your classroom unit is done, these cards make a great brain break, and are a great no-prep time fillers after they’ve been cut out.
Sets are in color, but print clearly in black and white.
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