Print and post Pepper's cards around the room for students to find. Students write the words next to the matching pictures on their printed sheets. For each topic there are 14 words and 2 doubled-sided writing sheets. The "Once Upon A Time" topic also includes a "My Fairy Tale" sheet. For English
go here. This is also an easy sub activity for substitute teachers to use.
Pepper's topics in French are:
Holiday: holiday meal, holiday lights, holiday music, candle, present, snowman, hot chocolate, candy, candy cane, gingerbread man, Santa, reindeer, stocking and Christmas tree. Party with Pepper about Christmas cultural traditions here
Once Upon A Time: king, queen, prince, princess, knight, castle, frog, pumpkin, shoe, rose, unicorn, dragon, wizard and witch.
Fruits and Vegetables: apple, orange, banana, grapes, strawberries, pineapple, carrot, potato, green beans, corn, tomato, pumpkin, peas and broccoli. Learn more about what is on your dinner plate here
Valentine's Day: Happy Valentine's Day, Valentine card, flowers, chocolates, friendship, I like you, love, I love you, February fourteenth, I'm thinking of you, hearts, Saint Valentine, Cupid, and bow and arrow. Discover with Pepper the origin of Valentine symbols here
To and From School: walk alone, walk with someone, bicycle, boat, bus, car, train, subway, school, home, after-school activity, daycare, sport, and friend's house. Learn more about modes of transport or places we visit here
This package is most suitable for those learning elementary French in grades K to 4 (or ages 5 to 9). The document is in PDF.
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