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Telling time in French - Board Game
This French board game to practice telling time has a grid of 35 boxes. The first player to reach box 35 wins. There are lots of fun tricks along the way, so getting to the end isn’t always so easy! Check out the preview to see what the game board looks like.
➯ This game is included in my Ça y est, je parle français! French 1 curriculum bundle.
In groups of two to four, players take turns rolling a die to move their piece forward. Spaces are numbered and players follow the arrows to keep track of which way they’re moving. There are some spaces with special instructions:
Départ - Start
Avance de 5 cases - Move forward 5 spaces
Recule de 5 cases - Move backward 5 spaces
Rejoue - Play again
Tu perds ton tour - Lose a turn
Fin - End
Use the time game cards so that students must answer after rolling in order to move forward. If students answer the question correctly, they can move forward. If not, it’s the next player’s turn. There is a total of 100 playing cards. 50 of them can be used when teaching the 12 hour clock. There are also 50 that use the 24 hour clock. You can mix them all up for a real challenge! All of the cards feature digital clocks.
You may also choose to use these cards without the game board while having students work with partners, small groups or in centers to work their way through the cards speaking the time written on them.
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