FREE French ebook for k-12

Grab the 2018 French eBook for teaching tips, ideas, and free French activities for Core, FSL, and immersion.

Wouldn't it be great to have some free French resources and teaching ideas from French teacher-authors? Oui? Be sure to grab the 2018 French eBook to find 14 freebies, tips, and links to some TpT resources that might be just what you need for class this year!

I've teamed up with some veteran TpTers and some brand new teacher-authors to make an eBook that includes activities for Core French, French immersion, and FSL middle and high school classes, so you're sure to find something that you can use!

Here's a peek at a few pages. You'll see everything from kindergarten immersion to high school level French immersion and second language classes and everything in between!

French eBook full of tips and freebies for k-12 French immersion, core, and FSL classes.

Some freebies you'll find inside are:
*Exit tickets
*Classroom supply labels
*French colours mini posters
*Question words trifold
*Fall craftivity
*Core French long-range plans
*plus 7 more freebies!

Grab the eBook to get them all!

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FREE French summer writing activity


Are you still teaching? Do you teach summer school? How about a free French writing activity that will help your students practice their French and save you time when you need a quick and quiet activity?

Get a summertime writing activity for FREE at my TpT store. Students complete basic sentences using common present tense verbs to help them review vocabulary, work on sentence structure, and write about themselves.


Grab this freebie here!

This is perfect for beginning French and young immersion students or any group that can use a quick review of basic verbs and vocabulary. I love short activities like this, because they are accessible to all students. You can easily make it more fulfilling for advanced students by asking them to use use new vocabulary words they aren't already familiar with in their sentences and add those words to a personal dictionary. Students who need some extra practice will review past terms as they complete the sentences and the students who have mastered what you've already taught will pick up a few new words along the way.

Want to extend it into a speaking activity? Here are some ideas:

1. Students work with a partner to shares his/her ideas.

2. Make 5 columns on your board and ask for volunteers to write their answers. Make sure they write their names next to their answers. Then, have students work in partners to tell one another what other people are doing (using il/elle now) and whether that is something they are doing (or like to do).

Example : Paul va à la piscine. Je vais à la piscine. OR Je n'aime pas aller à la piscine.

3. Poll students with general questions like "Qui va voyager ?" Notice that this question isn't on the sheet. It will encourage students to use vocabulary that is associated with the words on their sheets. When students raise their hands, you can ask questions such as "Où vas-tu?". You don't need to stick with the five verbs on the sheet, although beginners will have answers ready for those, so you might use those as a starting point and extend the questioning with other questions such as "Avec qui est-ce que tu voyages?" or "Est-ce que tu y vas souvent ?".

4. As a class or individually, ask students to come up with a list of questions that would elicit these responses. Then have students do a class survey, walking around the room asking the questions to classmates.

Example: For the verb jouer, your students could ask the question "Qu'est-ce que tu fais?". Then the response would be the statement that they have written on their sheets, such as "Je fais du velo." You can extend the learning by adding more questions using pourquoi, such as "Pourquoi est-ce que tu fais du vélo?"

You can also find similar season-themed freebies for spring, fall, and winter!

I hope this saves you a bit of time and comes in handy! :)