My Favourite French Winter Resources


Which French resources do I use all winter long with my French kindergarten students? Read this blog post to find out! Most resources highlighted are freebies, with a couple of recommended paid resources sprinkled in.

Bonjour! I can't believe that I haven't written a blog post since July... and it's DECEMBER!

I have been a little bit busy since then, what with having a baby and taking care of said baby. Baby Leah is 4 months old, and I am so excited that I have started to be able to get back into the swing of things on TPT, and now my blog!

I am not back at work yet, but I am going back soon! Leah's dad is going to be taking over parental leave after Christmas, and I am really excited to be going back to school. I don't know about you, but when January arrives in the classroom, I am suddenly all about WINTER!

Whether or not we actually have gotten any snow yet ;)

I have been thinking about and preparing some of my favourite winter resources, and I thought I might as well hop on here while Leah naps and share some of them with you! Most of them are freebies, but I have included a couple of my most-used paid favourites as well.

(Side note - any of my freebies in this post are also available in my Free French Resource Library - along with tons of others! If you aren't a member yet, just enter your name & email below, click the pink button, and I'll send you an email with the password & instructions!)



Number puzzles (1-20) - French Buzz (FREE)

I love these guys - they are perfect for math centres! Your students will put together the number word, symbol, and correct amount of winter objects to complete each puzzle. You could even use them as a quick evaluation activity for counting and ability to match each number to its quantity.