Alphabet cards French SEN

Alphabet cards French SEN

A teaching resource provided by Jenn Hill.

Resource Description

A colourful resource for helping SEN pupils learn the alphabet in French. Each square contains the letter and its phonetic pronunciation, pupils need to cut these out and stick them in in order; also helps reinforce the alphabet in English for the weakest pupils.

Will also suit primary pupils.

I originally created this for a very weak Y7 bottom set who struggled with reading and writing, but who enjoyed cutting and sticking based activities.

Resource Files

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File Name File Type File Size
Alphabetty spaghetti.pub
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Microsoft Publisher 42KB

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About the Author

Jenn Hill
Jenn Hill
I am an ex-MFL teacher, with a passion for ICT in the classroom, and creating good quality resources for use in the classroom. Although I had to leave teaching because of illness, I still enjoy creating resources for use in the classroom, and as an ex teacher I am aware of the time constraints on teachers.

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