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Archive for July, 2011

Le Gâteau – Cake

July 30, 2011 By: Yvonne Crawford Category: candy, worksheets

How do you say cake in French?  le gâteau
‘le’ means ‘the’ and ‘gâteau’ means cake.  The reason I always have ‘le’ or ‘la’ along with the noun being taught is because ‘le’ is masculine and ‘la’ is feminine and for French and many other languages you need to learn and remember which is used with each noun.

Cookies in French – Les Biscuits

July 28, 2011 By: Yvonne Crawford Category: candy, worksheets

Today’ new ‘sweet’ word in French for your children is: le biscuit.  This means cookie in English.  Today, you can give your child a few biscuits for dessert and have them count how many biscuits they have.  The way you pronounce le biscuit is:  luh-bees-kwee.

Bonbon – Candy

July 27, 2011 By: Yvonne Crawford Category: candy, worksheets

The next theme for my blog is teaching candy/sweet words in French.  I mean who doesn’t like candy, cake, pies, cookies and more?  These next few posts were help you to motivate your children to learn French by teaching them some yummy food words.  The first word is bonbon.  Bonbon means candy.  You can have your children count each bonbon in the picture in French.  You can even have them practice their colors by describing each piece of bonbon as well.  Stay tuned for more yummy food in French!  

More Camping in French Worksheets

July 26, 2011 By: Yvonne Crawford Category: camping, worksheets

Here are some simple, yet useful worksheets to help reinforce camping vocabulary in French.  Just double click on each one and it will bring it into a new window.  Then, you can print it from there.  Enjoy!

French Camping Vocabulary Word Search

July 25, 2011 By: Yvonne Crawford Category: camping, worksheets

Hi everyone!  Today’s freebie is a French Camping Vocabulary Word Search for your children. Just click on the picture above and it will open it to a new page where you can print it from.  I hope everyone is having a great summer. Please email me if you have any suggestions for units that I can make for your children and everyone else who reads this blog. 🙂

French Camping Vocabulary Copywork Pages

July 23, 2011 By: Yvonne Crawford Category: camping, worksheets

Above are 2 copywork pages that your children can use for practicing their new camping words in French.  These are for manuscript writing.  Click on the pictures above to open up a new page that you can print from.

Tomorrow I will upload some for cursive writing.  The cursive will be geared to American cursive style as the French cursive style is much different and much more loopy.

I hope everyone has a good weekend!

French Vocabulary Camping Worksheet

July 22, 2011 By: Yvonne Crawford Category: camping, worksheets

Here’s a nice little French camping words worksheet to help your children remember some of the camping French vocabulary that I introduced the past two day.  More camping activities and worksheets to come in the next few days.

Le Camping – Camping – Part 2

July 21, 2011 By: Yvonne Crawford Category: camping, worksheets

Today, there are a few more vocabulary words I wanted to introduce and then tomorrow and the next few days after will be worksheets and activities you can do with your children to reinforce these French words.
la tente – tent
la carte – map
la boussole – compass
le sac à dos – backpack

Le Camping – Camping

July 20, 2011 By: Yvonne Crawford Category: camping

I’m going to start a new format to my blog and introduce a group of words on a theme and then the following few days make activities for that same theme.  The first theme is going to be camping.  You can use the pictures above and help teach your children a few camping words in French.

le camping – camping
le feu de camp – campfire
la guimauve – marshmellow
le hot-dog – hotdog
la lune – the moon

Stay tuned for tomorrow and I will introduce a few more camping words in French

Colors in French Worksheet Freebie

July 19, 2011 By: Yvonne Crawford Category: colors

Here’s a little freebie worksheet I made to help your children practice their colors in French.  Click on the picture to get a bigger view. Then, you can print it from there.

Enjoy!

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