FRENCH Attention Grabbers - looking for fun and effective ways to grab your students' attention? Check out this list of French attention grabbers and add this strategy to your classroom management bag of tricks!
Give your students an organized, at-a-glance reference section for recording regular present tense French verbs. This flapbook is designed for er, ir, and re verbs. I love using flapbooks like these in interactive notebooks to make conjugations a bit more hands-on!
Do you love the book "Have You Filled a Bucket Today: A Guide To Daily Happiness For Kids?"" by Carol McCloud? Did you know that there's a FRENCH version as well? Now French teachers can get their students into the bucket filling movement too :-)
This French grade 1 to grade 8 Library Bingo Resource is intended to motivate children to read a variety of genres. Included are 3 versions of Library Bingo with grades 1 to 4 to 6 and 7 to This resource may be used by the school librarian or
Complete the sentence before the bombs goes off. two students go outside and create a shared alibi for the night before. Prepare the class with questions after five minutes the first one comes in. Interview and then send seco
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