FRENCH VOCABULARY FRENCH NUMBERS 0-100 - PERFECT FOR SUPPORTING LEARNING IN THE CLASSROOM! I encourage my beginner French students to build up a comprehensive vocabulary bank that they can reference easily whenever they need it - we also use them for quick vocab quizzes, spelling competitions and so on. I've put the numbers across two pages, because the size of the font is really important for all learners, but especially for beginner language learners, as they begin to familiarize themselves with words and spelling systems in a new language. I have also uploaded a number reference sheet I give my more experienced French learners - it's in landscape format, with all the numbers on a single sheet, so the font size is smaller - students who've been learning French for a while are comfortable with quite a lot of text on a single page.
My students all have reference resource folders or files - these can have a range of formats - for instance, sticking into a large exercise book, or punching holes down the left-hand side, and adding to files (we also use twine or thick string!). There are two backgrounds to choose from - French flag, which I tend to use for vocab display, or black wave - the backgrounds do help to make vocab lists a little more visually appealing for students who have a lot of vocab to learn, particularly at the beginning of their French studies.
MERCI BEAUCOUP ET BON APPRENTISSAGE !