‘Ma Maison’ matching pairs game.
Students have 24 cards; 12 pictures and 12 matching words for rooms in the house as listed below.
La chambre, le salon, la salle de bains, la salle à manger, la cuisine, l’escalier, le bureau, le grenier, la cave, le garage, le jardin and le balcon.
- Students work in pairs to match up the correct word with its picture.
- Students turn all cards upside down and take it in turns to select two cards at random. If they choose a pair then they may take another turn. If not they should replace the cards and it is their opponent’s turn. The winner is the student with most cards at the end of the game.
- In classes of 24 students or less pupils can be given one card each and must find their partner.
To download the PDF sheet of cards please click on the link below:
French Rooms in the house wordsearch.
Two differentiated worksheets with twelve words on each: chambre, salon, salle de bains, salle à manger, cuisine, escalier, bureau, grenier, cave, garage, jardin and balcon.
In both wordsearches the words in the grid are in French, but one version gives the word list in French and one in English. To download the version with a French vocabulary list, please click on the image below:
To download a higher ability version, where the words are listed in English, please click here.
To download the solution, with words in the grid highlighted in red, please click here.
Ma Maison PowerPoint, introducing vocabulary for rooms in the house.
Twelve phrases are introduced: la chambre, le salon, la salle de bains, la salle à manger, la cuisine, l’escalier, le bureau, le grenier, la cave, le garage, le jardin and le balcon.
The introduction of the vocabulary is followed by a multiple choice quiz where clicking on the answers will turn the box green if correct or red if incorrect. Ensure you click on the words – clicking around the edge may not activate the colour.
A labelling activity follows – you may wish to print out these as individual worksheets for students to fill in.
Vocabulary for ground floor, first floor and second floor follows this, along with a simple writing exercise where students are asked to describe their homes.
To download the PowerPoint please click on the image below:
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