Spring is getting close! A few early flowers have popped up in my yard, the days are getting longer, and warmer days are on the way! If you’re looking to add some spring-themed fun to your class this year, you won’t want to miss these free French spring resources.
I’ve got several free spring-themed resources for French. I’ve also shared some links to resources from other teacher-authors who teach different ages than I have. Check them out to find something handy for your class.
Also, if you like listening to music with your students, check out these spring-themed songs. There are songs for the little ones and songs I’ve listened to with my middle and high school students.
First, for learning centers or as group work, these spring-themed speaking dice are a fun way to introduce a few vocabulary words at a time. Use them as a speaking activity or use the writing page for individual work at your centers.
Next, if you need a quick and simple writing page, these sentence starters are great for beginners. It’s a great activity to keep on-hand for fast finishers. You can also keep this in a sub folder or use it for remediation or enrichment.
You can also grab some free spring-themed resources from other teacher authors at TpT. Here are a few that I really like:
Want to work on parts of speech with your French students? These spring-themed task cards from French Frenzy are great for centers.
These corrige les erreurs questions by Michelle Dupuis have spring-themed vocabulary and are great for correcting common spelling and grammar mistakes.
If you want a quick and easy way to get students speaking, Real Language Right Away has a free spring-themed activity that looks pretty handy!
Want to work on reading comprehension with young students? For French immersion has a spring-themed reading comprehension activity that helps even the littlest students work on their reading skills.
I hope you found something that you can use for a spring-themed French unit or even something you can use as a back-up activity when you get in a pinch. Happy teaching!