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Although they might be seen as ‘retro’ these days, flashcards are a fun, low-tech way of introducing new vocabulary.
Hand-drawn pictures, produced by you or your children, or images downloaded from the internet, are very appealing and can be an antidote to ‘death by Powerpoint’.
There is an excellent menagerie of pet pictures to download for free from the animals section at primaryresources.co.uk/mfl/mfl_french.
You might want to make a dictionary available to those children who have exotic pets, unless your French knowledge extends to ferrets and African land snails!
Students will learn to: