Christmas is coming soon, and how great would it be to have French Christmas worksheets you could use with subs, for early finishers, or to add some holiday fun to your December lessons?
I love using seasonal resources in classes because it’s a nice break from the everyday vocabulary and verbs we are learning. Students are already excited for the upcoming break, so why not teach them some fun words for the Christmas season? Using some fun French Christmas worksheets along with a few French Christmas songs is sure to get everyone in the holiday spirit!
To practice vocabulary, there are a variety of practice pages with different activities that range in difficulty, so it’s easy to use the same pack with level one and level two students.
Need to leave something with a sub that won’t require any prep? This set of French Christmas worksheets is filled with different types of activities to support the skills your students are already learning in French class or to practice French Christmas vocabulary, so it’s really easy to leave a few pages and not worry that students won’t be able to complete the task!
And of course you’ll want to get students speaking! The fun speaking activities included can be used even with your beginning students, so you’ll be providing fun and meaningful practice that provides enough structure that is really easy to follow.
Students ask and answer questions using the same basic Christmas vocabulary that is used throughout these French Christmas worksheets. They can get plenty of visual and written practice so they’re more comfortable speaking.
Want to have students write notes to special people in their lives? I print off a variety of different styles, including this Christmas note and this Happy Holidays note so they can pick the format they like the best. It’s a fun way to have them give a card to their parents, another teacher, or to a friend.
If you want to add a little winter vocabulary without a Christmas theme, this also includes two winter-themed writing prompts and a winter find someone who activity. It’s perfect to use after winter break when you come back in January, too!