Saint-Valentin wordsearch: free French teaching resource

On Monday, everyone was asking how long this cold spell was going to last prompting the weather presenter I was watching to say, ‘It is winter after all!’ We were so expecting the snow over Christmas like the last two years it almost took us by surprise arriving in February. So, as we start to dream about warmth and spring, perhaps we should also think about love – well actually Valentine’s Day!

Why not practise the French vocabulary below and then try to find the words in our wordsearch?

Joyeuse Saint-Valentin (Happy Valentine’s Day)
Je t’aime (I love you)
Veux-tu m’épouser? (Will you marry me?)
Sors avec moi! (Go out with me!)
mon petit copain (my boyfriend)
ma petite copine (my girlfriend)
un bisou (a kiss)
un coeur (a heart)
un cadeau (a present)
une carte (a card)
des fleurs (flowers)
des chocolats (chocolates)
chéri/chérie (dear)
Cupidon (Cupid)

The activity is just one of the many invaluable, time-saving resources that can be found in Bonne Idée – Time-saving Resources and Ideas for Busy French Teachers

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