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Resources to set up your classroom! (Primary French Immersion Resources)

Resources to set up your classroom! (Primary French Immersion Resources)

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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!

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Centre ideas for FSL classrooms! Can be used in French Immersion or Core French classrooms! Working on oral communication, reading, and writing! #frenchtpt #frenchimmersion #teacherspayteachers

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As-tu rempli un seau aujourd'hui French Companion Unit Bucket Fillers

$ Do you love the book “Have You Filled a Bucket Today: A Guide To Daily Happiness For Kids?”“ by Carol McCloud? Did you know that there’s a FRENCH version as well? Now French teachers can get their students into the bucket filling movement too :-) This 55+ page companion resource is filled with fun and engaging ideas specifically for primary and junior classes. Most are quick and hands-on activities that would be ideal to use by any French Immersion or Core French teacher.

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Move It! French Yoga Flash Cards for Brain Breaks and Daily Physical Activity

Move It! French Yoga Flash Cards for Brain Breaks and Daily Physical Activity

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Primary French Immersion Resources: Building sentences with new sentence starters

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Primary French Immersion Resources: POMMES for editing our writing

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Epic list of FREE online resources for French teachers! From online games to YouTube channels to grammar and vocabulary printables, and so much more :)

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25 French Brain Breaks for DPA and Classroom Management (Gestion de classe)

This product includes 25 French Brain Breaks that you can use with your class when you think they are in need of a short break or during your DPA program. Each brain break takes on average two minutes to complete. You may choose to use this with your whole class or with specific students who may require it more often than others. You can either choose an activity at random, have the student choose one or do several activities for a few minutes.

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