Qui suis-je?-Pâques is an oral language game to help students practice asking questions in French. This product contains 24 different Easter vocabulary words. In this set the focus is on singular and plural nouns. There are 6 verbs, and then 18 nouns; some singular while others are plural. There are also a few cards where items are very similar, and students will have to ask detailed questions to ensure they recognize the differences. To play, each student begins by selecting one of the larger selection cards. Students then take turns asking questions to help them try and guess their opponent’s mystery card. For example, if player #1 asks, “Are you a food?” and their opponent replies “yes”, then player #1 can knock down all the windows that do not have a picture of something you can eat on it. However, if their opponent replies, “No”, then player #1 knocks down all the food pictures now knowing they cannot be their opponent’s mystery card. Student’s continue knocking down the windows, depending on their opponent’s answers, until there is only one card remaining.
INCLUDED IN THIS SET:
*panier d’œufs, panier, lapin de Pâques, lapin, carotte, carottes, œuf blanc, œuf de Pâques, mouton, moutons, wagon, wagon avec des œufs, chocolat, bonbons, fleurs, tulipes, croix, arbre de Pâques
*grignoter, donner à manger, tenir, éclore, jouer, grimper
******Please ensure you have the original Guess Who? tabletop board game by Hasboro©. Simply print and laminate the pages, or print onto heavy cardstock, and then place on top of the original Guess Who? cards and you are ready to play. ******
MORE USES FOR THE SELECTION CARDS
There are many ways you can expand the use of this resource by using the larger selection cards. Here are just a few ideas:
Oral Language Games (Headbanz): Continue the theme of Oral Language practice by using the larger selection cards to play Headbanz. Students select a card, without looking at it, and hold it up to their forehead (or use the actual headbands from the Headbanz game). You can play one of two ways. Either the student can ask as many yes or no questions as they can to try and figure out what the card is, or friends can provide helpful hints. Once students become more proficient with asking questions you can also add in an hourglass sand timer to the mix.
Go Fish & Memory: Print out the larger selection cards two times and have students play games like Go Fish or Memory to help encourage speaking in French and using the vocabulary in full sentences.
Word Wall Cards: Use the laminated cards as a mini thematic word wall. You can add them to your current word wall; or hole punch them and add to a key ring so students can use the words at their table, or even place them into a pocket chart for easy access.
Writing Center: Add these words to your writing center and encourage students to create lists, label pictures, and create simple sentences.
Daily 5: Add the larger selection cards to your word work center
*build the words using magnetic letters or scrabble letters
*have students stamp the words, rainbow write the words, or cut out the letters from magazines and newspapers.
There are tons of creative ways to expand this resource in your classroom. I’d love to hear of more ways you use this resource in your classroom. If you have an Instagram account, make sure to tag your photos with @je_me_demande or you can leave me feedback here on TPT which will also give you credit you can apply towards future purchases.
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