Want to celebrate Valentine’s Day in your French class with some fun and engaging activities? Here’s a peek at some of my favorite activities that you can use in your FSL, Core French, or French immersion class. Whether you want a complete French Valentine’s Day bundle, a packet of writing activities, or set of speaking cards, I’ve got you covered.
Here are some of my favorite French Valentine’s Day activities and resources.
This fun game comes with 30 cards and a printable image-based vocabulary list for students. The object of the game is to go full circle with all of the cards. The player with “J’ai la première carte” starts and the game ends with “Qui a la première carte?” You’ll get 30 cards so you can easily play this with big classes. If you have more than 30 students, simply pair a few student up, and if you have less than 30 students, give some students two cards.
Game comes with 30 Bingo boards and a printable vocabulary list of 26 Valentine’s Day words, plus calling cards and space markers. I don’t know about your students, but Bingo has always been a favorite of mine!
Want to decorate or effortlessly expose students to Valentine’s Day vocabulary? Hang some word wall cards and challenge students to use a few words each day. Another fun idea? Hang them around the school and do a scavenger hunt!
These cards are a favorite of many teachers! This Valentine’s Day set includes 30 beginner questions and 30 questions with more advanced verbs and vocabulary, so they can be used in a variety of levels. Pack includes 6 fun ways to use them in class so you can change up activities and use the cards in a variety of ways.
5. Verb dice game
This brand-new FREEBIE can only be found here at my blog! Includes 3 versions so you can pick the level of difficulty. Have students play with any tense you want. You will need dice to play. 🙂
You can also find the following freebies at my Teachers Pay Teachers store:
Want the speaking cards or I have…who has… in English? Find them here.