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Free Easter activities in French
I suppose vocabulary is the best spot to start.
1. A word wall is one of the most beneficial classroom tools.
2. The resource for you is available at Edventurous Little Apples if you want various size options. She offers various word walls, including a full page option, for her Easter Word Wall.
3. A set of 30 Easter-themed Word Wall Cards is also available from French Buzz.
4. Do you also cover Easter’s spiritual side in your lessons? Check out this Alléluia Word Wall next.
After that, you might want to practice reading and writing.
Reading and writing activities
5. Your children will appreciate solving the puzzles cracking the code to find out what the mystery sentences in this Madame Pascale resource
6. In addition, Use easy writing prompts, like this Acrostic Poem by Fab French
7. Check out Je me demande’s emergent reader, which features straightforward text and vocabulary linked to “Pâques.”
8. Predictable sentences are a great method to instill confidence in your students’ emergent reading abilities.
Free Maths Easter activities
Here are some free math resources in French with an Easter theme because working on math is essential too.
1. With this “Tourne et dis” set, which also contains literacy practice, Mme Sambrook wants your children to practice numbers 1 through 20.
2. Perhaps you prefer to solve puzzles involving the digits 0 to 10? View the collection from Bilingual Mingle, which also contains posters.
3. Do you want your pupils to learn vocabulary related to Easter in both English and French? Check out Mrs. Mathis’ word-translation exercise after that.
French Coloring Easter activities
You can use the following two coloring pages from Peg Swift:
1. A coloring page featuring the Easter Bunny.
2. And a straightforward coloring sheet for fun.
3. A variety of games, including a “bricolage” concept and mazes, were put together by Madame Emilie.
4. And without gift tags, we couldn’t celebrate Easter.
I think that’s it for now.
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