3 Tips to Rock Your French Healthy Snacks Vocabulary Unit!

Are you teaching your French as a Second Language students all about French healthy snacks vocabulary terms? If so, this list of 3 tips will help you to rock your unit!

Teaching French Healthy Snacks Tip 1:

Incorporate The Very Hungry Caterpillar into your launching activity. Even big kids love this classic story by Eric Carle.

I like to launch my French Healthy Snacks Vocabulary unit by reading the French version of The Very Hungry Caterpillar. If you can’t access a print copy, here’s a link to a cool video where a teacher reads the book in both French and English.

After students have listened to the book, you can have a class discussion about the snacks that the caterpillar eats. You can even ask students to create their own Very Hungry Caterpillar books but with their own snacks.

Tip 2: Grab This Print & Go French Healthy Snacks Vocabulary Unit

As teachers, we all know that there is never enough time in the day to get everything done. That’s why I created this French Healthy Snacks Unit. It includes a huge variety of printable AND digital activities to keep your core French students engaged and learning.

Students will play games such as Bingo, learn vocabulary terms with Google Slides presentations, manipulate moveable pieces on digital activities, and more! Click HERE to check out the unit for yourself.

french healthy snacks vocabulary lessons for FSL classes

Tip 3: Incorporate music and songs into your French Healthy Snacks Unit

It’s no secret that I love to incorporate music and songs into my French classes. Here is my favourite song for a French Healthy Snacks Unit – J’aime les Fruits by Alain le Lait

Need some more great songs for your French as a Second Language classroom? Click HERE to read my blog post about The 10 Best Songs for FSL Class.

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