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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!

Colors in French

April 27, 2011 By: Yvonne Crawford Category: colors, french teach kids children

The next booklet in my new e-curriculum is out! Colors in French is the second volume in a booklet series to help chidren learn French. This volume will focus on colors in French and the verb ‘to be’.

There are separate pages for 10 different colors. Each page has colorful graphics to help your children remember their colors in French. Also included are: a summary page, 2 worksheets, 2 copywork pages, 1 color sheet with color key in French, a memory game, a bingo game with 3 cards and a completion certificate in the booklet. There is also a pronuciation guide for the French text to help your children.

As with all products that are sold by Language for Little Learners, you can contact me for any help you need to make these products as successful as possible for you and your children.

If you’d like to buy a copy of this ebooklet, click add to cart below and I’ll email you the book.

Colors in French – $2.00





Worksheet for learning colors in French!

January 22, 2010 By: Yvonne Crawford Category: colors, french teach kids children

Attached is a little worksheet I made for my kids today. I thought some of you might like to use. It’s simple, but simple often gets the point across to little learners. All they have to do is color the color words and draw a picture in the oval of something that is that color. You can help your child read the words and brainstorm things to draw in the ovals!
Have fun and have a great weekend!

Colors

September 17, 2007 By: Yvonne Crawford Category: colors, teach children french workbook

One of the first things my children enjoyed learning in French were the colors. The way I really helped them to practice colors was to integrate it with basic everyday activities, like coloring or painting. I would say “Look, mommy is coloring the flower ‘rouge’. What are you going to color that tree?” Even if they say “green”, just say “oh vert, that’s a great choice.” Eventually they will start picking it up.

Colors

September 17, 2007 By: Yvonne Crawford Category: colors, teach children french workbook

One of the first things my children enjoyed learning in French were the colors. The way I really helped them to practice colors was to integrate it with basic everyday activities, like coloring or painting. I would say “Look, mommy is coloring the flower ‘rouge’. What are you going to color that tree?” Even if they say “green”, just say “oh vert, that’s a great choice.” Eventually they will start picking it up.
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