MFL Year 3

            YEAR 3 FRENCH                    

UPDATE 22 juin 2020 : Les sports 

Did you know… there are lots of countries in the world where French is spoken – not just France! On this powerpoint you will see some famous French-speaking sportsmen and sportswomen – some are from France and some are from other French-speaking (‘Francophone’) countries.  francophone sportspeople

Please use either the internet or other resources you have at home to do some research.  We would like to know more about French-speaking countries and famous people (particularly sportspeople) who come from these countries.  We would love to see what you come up with! Please send your findings in through Classdojo.

PREVIOUS WORK ON SPORTS

SPORTS Y3

If you cannot access the powerpoint you can still learn the work:

Look at and learn this list of sports :

le foot (football), le rugby (rugby), le badminton (badminton), le basket (basketball), le tennis (tennis), la natation (swimming), la gymnastique (gymnastics), l’équitation (horseriding). 

Note that to say we like a sport we use ‘j’aime’, so ‘j’aime le foot’ means ‘I like football’.

To say we don’t like a sport we use ‘je n’aime pas’, so ‘je n’aime pas le rugby’ means ‘I don’t like rugby’.  

Try to make up some examples of your own!

Go to educandy.com and play the game with the code 151e

Print off this wordsearch too! sports wordsearch

Check in next week for some more activities – au revoir!

PREVIOUS WORK...

FOOD

1) Go to https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l6Vm6cxoeug  This will revise some of the fruits we have been looking at in French. In case you can’t access the clip the list is:

le citron (lemon), la framboise (rasberry), la fraise (strawberry), la poire (pear), les cerises (cherries), l’orange (orange), le melon (melon), le raisin (grapes), la banane (banana), la pomme (apple) and l’ananas (pineapple).

While watching the clip practise saying the fruits and then when they ask ‘Où est la pomme?  point to it. Check if you are correct! 

2) Next you could go to www.educandy.com.  Enter the code 28fa and play some games with French fruit vocabulary.

3) Why not make up a ‘salade de fruits’ with some of your favourite fruits – either in real life or as a poster? Practise saying the fruits with someone at home.

Bon appétit!

Please keep on doing the activities we set last week which are below…and remember to share your work through Classdojo to your class teacher so we can see what you have been up to!  

UPDATE 11 MAI 2020:  Les Fruits                                    

This week we are continuing with FRUITS in French – Les Fruits. You are going to read and listen to a story in French called ‘La chenille qui fait des trous’.  You will recognise it as the original story is called ‘The Very Hungry Caterpillar’.  Don’t worry if you don’t understand it all! Just watch, listen and enjoy.  Watch the clip here:

La chenille qui fait des trous

Next, print off this worksheet:’ La Chenille colouring sheet ‘  and colour in the caterpillar, the fruits and the butterfly. Do you recognise the days of the week in French? Can you remember the song we sing to practise the days of the week? Can you remember the colours in French as you colour in?

Watch  J’aime les fruits! again, with the crazy fruits!  Can you sing along yet? Remember, the words and their meaning in English are also in this word document: jaime les fruits  

To practise this vocab you could go to www.educandy.com and enter the code 553e. Start with the match up game, then you can progress to noughts and crosses (with someone else or against the computer) and the memory games. 

MEANWHILE, KEEP LOOKING AT THESE LINKS…

Digital dialects games: days and months

The Digital dialects site is great because you will HEAR a native speaker saying the words correctly. Here’s another game:

Digital dialects: spelling colours

Please note that in this game they use the alternative word for brown which is ‘brun’; we have been using ‘marron’ up to now. Both are acceptable translations.

Trotro joue au cache-cache

Here’s a clip of Trotro (remember him?) playing Hide and Seek with his friend Lili. Watch for fun! Then you can watch more clips by following the links below.  Remember there are lots of games and links on this page, including all the educandy games we have practised in class. Amusez-vous bien!

CLASSROOM OBJECTS AND PHRASES

Educandy game: go to https://www.educandy.com and enter the code 4d6e

COLOURS

Colours: Educandy game: go to https://www.educandy.com and enter the code1c02

Les couleurs  games

Spelling colours online practice game

Colours online practice game

Colours spelling game

NUMBERS,  MONTHS and DAYS

Numbers 1-10 Educandy game: go to https://www.educandy.com and enter the code 1c04

Les nombres 1-10 games

Les nombres 11-20 games

Numbers 11-20 Educandy game:go to https://www.educandy.com and enter the code 1c05

Numbers song to 50 song

Les mois de l’annee song

Months Educandy game: go to https://www.educandy.com and enter the code 1c06

Les jours de la semaine Educandy

Days and months online practice game

WEATHER

Weather Educandy game: go to https://www.educandy.com and enter the code 28f1

Trotro s’habille clip

Le_vent_et_le_soleil a story in French

SPORTS

Sports Educandy game: go to https://www.educandy.com and enter the code 151e

Trotro fait du velo  clip

Trotro fait du roller clip

ANIMALS

Les animaux

Tu as un animal? Online games

Le vieux McDonald  song

Les Quatre Amis  story

VARIOUS SONGS AND CLIPS

Frere Jacques song

C’est un chien…avec un gros nez  song

J’ai faim – je mange, j’ai soif – je bois song

ALPHABET PRACTICE

Alphabet song 

Another alphabet song – do you recognise it?

Listen to the alphabet

L’alphabet avec Didou – clip

Alphabet games

French sounds

REFERENCE 

Collins online French/English bilingual dictionary

Being a Linguist Year 3

An initiative just landed in my inbox:

‘Learn a Language: French for Families.  The PowerLanguage team would like to offer their support to children and their families whilst they wait out the reopening of schools. Why not take this opportunity to learn French together as a family? We have opened up our successful French for Families course with no subscription fee until the end of June 2020! Go to powerlanguage.courses/forfamilies  to start learning! Amusez-vous bien !’

VOCABULARY LISTS

CARCASSONNE

FOOD AND OPINIONS

FRENCH ALPHABET SOUNDS

SPORTS AND OPINIONS

WEATHER

COLOURS

DAYS OF THE WEEK

MONTHS

NUMBERS 0 to 31

GREETINGS AND SIMPLE PERSONAL INFORMATION

Y3 Classroom objects and phrases

 

 
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