Looking for French winter teaching resources for your core or immersion class? Here are some of my favorite winter-themed activities to have on-hand, whether you want to teach a full winter unit or just want some no-prep worksheets and activities for sub folders and early finishers.
Here are a few of my favorite French winter teaching resources.
This set is brand-new this year! I absolutely love Boom Cards all the time, but with remote learning, they are SO helpful! They are also great to have on-hand for early finishers, at a learning station, or to assign as homework.
This set has true/false questions, word scrambles, and multiple choice vocabulary activities.
I love having printable resources ready to go. They can be the base for a unit, but they are also really handy for sub plans, when your schedule is thrown off with snow days, and for those students who always get done early. This pack has vocabulary writing activities, word puzzles, and sentence scrambles.
Teaching remotely? Use the new TpT tool to add a digital overlay to this resource that will let students write on it digitally and then turn it back in! Learn more here.
I love having students write! I’ve always kept a large choice of writing prompts on hand for students. Sometimes we’ll do a whole-class writing activity, but I might also put them at a learning center or as part of a homework pack. Unless we’re working on a specific structure (like the si j’étais un bonhomme de neige prompt below), I usually provide students with a choice of topics. It’s always fun when they are more interested, and the variety makes a pretty bulletin board. 🙂
Want to get students listening and speaking? This easy-to-use activity is a great way to get them used to the sound of new vocabulary words. Plus, with visuals on the cards and an image-based vocabulary sheet for students, it’s a great way to begin memorizing new words.