Want to get your French students using their Valentine's Day vocabulary? Need help with a fun way to practice speaking?This NO PREP activity is always a favorite in my class.It can be used after learning specific vocabulary or as a fun interactive activity on a day when you need to change it up!There are 60 questions in all, and you'll get questions in varying difficulty, so this is a perfect resource if you teach multiple levels, because you can mix the cards up to meet the need of…
Do you want a quick and easy way to assess your students on French passé composé verbs? Do you need a way to speed up the grading process? You'll love these new cards from Boom Learning. There's no printing, no cutting, and best of all... they check themselves! Click here to check it out!
If you need a fun way for students to practice their French -er verbs, check out these puzzles! You can cut them apart and use them as puzzles, but you can also use them to play concentration, as flashcards, to make partners, for speaking activities, and much more.
One of the easiest ways to start teaching the tre pass compos verbs is to start with the verb aller. This resource provides step-by-step instructions, examples, a vocabulary list, and practice activities to teach this important French verb.This is for beginners!