Here are two fun activities students will love! The Scavenger Hunt is great after learning objects and adjectives. Students work in teams to find the most items on the scavenger list the quickest. To get credit, they take a picture of the item, show the teacher the picture and say the name of the item is in French. It works best if students show their pictures to the teacher after every four or five items found. Students love going outside the classroom and they love taking pictures. Students are learning at the same time because this activity helps reinforce noun/adjective placement, vocabulary and they learn some new words, too! This scavenger hunt takes no preparation on the teacher's part - just copy the list of words students need to find (the student sheet includes directions for the students). The second activity is a treasure hunt which is perfect after students have learned sur, sous, dans, etc. or as a second or third year review. This activity takes more preparation on your part because you have to hide the clues and you need to give the winning team prizes (the treasure). It works best with a class of less than 15 up to 20 students. The extra preparation is worth it - students never forget when they got to go on a treasure hunt in French class!