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5 Best French Videos for Teaching French Culture

Want to know one of the best ways to get your students to pay attention in French class? Show them French cultural videos! Students are so used to their American lifestyles that they are fascinated by what other people eat, what gestures they use to communicate, and how they celebrate. When I incorporate Francophone culture

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5 French teachers you need to follow on Instagram If you are looking for fresh ideas for your classroom, great book suggestions, or classroom design ideas, turning to Instagram for ideas is a great option! French teachers are sharing their teaching experiences and ideas daily on this unique platform. I love following other teachers on Instagram. I get to see what other teachers are doing in their classrooms- what worked well and what didn’t. Also, I get TONS of fun new ideas and book…

Why you should  be playing more games in French

Speaking French On my Strategies for Speaking French page, I've outlined some of the strategies that I have put in place in order to encourage my students to speak French. Honestly, one of the best strategies that I've put in place is to make learning French fun. In order to promote speaking and listening, my students play a lot of games in French. Why play games? If kids find the games fun, then they want to play them. And in my classroom, I use games that specifically encourage students to…

Songs for Primary French Immersion — Mme Marissa

As French Immersion teachers, we know how valuable it is to sing. It’s a great way to practice pronunciation, vocabulary and get our students excited about learning French. This list has a range of easier to harder songs. I taught some of these to my kindergarten students and also to 2/3s so it

Building a French Immersion Classroom Community

Building a classroom community lies at the very heart of what we do as teachers. Yes, we’re there to teach curriculum, but students are more likely to

15+ 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!

French attention grabbers are words or short sentences that get your students' attention in the classroom. Learn how to use them and how to invent your own.

How to Create a French Sound Wall

Word walls miss a key feature we want our students to master: spelling patterns and sounds. That’s why I use a French sound wall in my classroom. Learn about what it is and how to set it up.

A great resource for French Immersion families, this is a giant updated list of over 175 kid's shows and movies you can watch in French on Netflix Canada, as well as tips on how to find French episodes of your children's favourite TV shows. via @mapleleafmommy

A great resource for French Immersion families, this is a giant updated list of over 175 kid's shows and movies you can watch in French on Netflix Canada, as well as tips on how to find French episodes of your children's favourite TV shows. via @mapleleafmommy

You Need To Try These Creative French Classroom Routines - FLE Avec MmeD

There is no doubt that French classroom routines are really important opportunities for engaging our Core French students. Here is a quick list of my students' favourite classroom routines that you should give a shot.

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Get your students working with “le verbe VENIR au présent de l’indicatif” by playing this deck of French Boom Cards. This is a Mystery Image Reveal game: when the student gets the right answer, a piece of the image is revealed. Great way to practice French verb conjugation and grammar in context. For French Immersion and Core French students.
HIVER: Get your students working on French winter vocabulary words. This deck of French Boom Cards is great to improve listening comprehension. It plays like a game, it's self-correcting and fun. For kids learning French as a second language in French Immersion and Core French. Add this to a literacy center (centre de littératie), or assing the cards as homework or for distance learning. Cartes Boom: mots d'hiver
These paperless task cards are a fun way for Core French and French immersion students to practice listening to and spelling new French vocabulary words. This French food vocabulary set is perfect for beginning French students to practice writing common French food words during distance learning, at learning centres or as homework. Great for in class and at home practice for 1:1 classes or anytime students can work on internet-connected devices.
Digital practice for French high-frequency words? These French Boom Cards will make your kiddos practice French as a second language and they're perfect for French distance learning. Great to practice French sight words (= mots fréquents). It includes audio so your students can listen to a person speaking French, other than you. Pour pratiquer les mots fréquents / mots usuels! For French Immersion and Core French classrooms.