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Item description

Beginner French students will practice days of the week vocabulary with this 38-card deck of Boom Learning™ Digital Task Cards. Students will be asked to read, write and listen using the vocabulary. The cards are all in French and increase in level of difficulty.

Which type of cards are included?

The cards are NOT randomized, so they will be in the following order.

There are 5 cards of each set of instructions below:

-Mettez les jours dans le bon ordre.

-Écoutez. Cliquez le jour prononcé.

-Quel jour est après (jeudi) ?

-Écrivez le jour qui manque.

-Écoutez. Cliquez le jour suivant.

-Écoutez. Écrivez le jour prononcé.

-Écoutez. Écrivez le jour suivant.

There are also 3 cultural cards asking students to write the first day of a week based on a French, American and Canadian calendar.

Card examples

You can see examples of cards in the TpT Preview above.


You can interact with the first four cards: Check out the PREVIEW at the Boom Learning™ site (make sure to click on the full-size preview). Students are shown one question at a time and get instant feedback on each card.

How do Boom Cards™ work?

Boom Cards™ are digital and work on just about any device. You do not need to print anything out. They are self-checking and can be used individually, in groups or as a class on an interactive board. You can hide any cards you don’t want your students to practice. Students receive immediate feedback; you can track their progress if desired. The cards are applicable to learning in the classroom or at a distance. You need either a free or paid account in order to share the link with students.

Please note that this is a digital product only. The download will include a link to the online task cards.

NOTE: Since the cards are not randomized, you will only see the first four cards of the first set of cards in the Boom preview. See the preview thumbnails to see additional cards.

10 ways to use this digital deck with your French students:
1. Use as introductory material before instruction (What can students figure out?)
2. Independent work and practice (Self-pacing and instant feedback)
3. Whole class interactive discussion and practice (do it together)
4. Distance & remote learning (virtual engagement)
5. Grammar Stations (an in-class interactive work station)
6. Homework and at-home practice (more engaging than worksheets)
7. Skill review and individual practice (check for understanding as formative assessment)
8. Assessments (option to track student progress as summative assessment)
9. Fast finishers (use as review of past materials)
10.Sub plans (sub shares a link and off they go!)

**Which option will you choose today to make your lesson planning less stressful and your students’ learning more engaging?

Assessing with Google Forms

We have a Days of the Week Google Form that can be used as an assessment after practicing with these digital task cards. It is digital, editable and automatically grades all 25 questions for you.

Terms of Use

*Thank you for respecting our work! Copyright © 2020 French with the Hobbs. This purchase is for one teacher only. This resource is not to be shared without purchasing the proper number of licenses. Licenses are non-transferable. All rights reserved by author.

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Additional Info from Boom Learning:
“To use Boom Cards, you must be connected to the Internet. Boom Cards play on modern browsers (Chrome, Safari, Firefox, and Edge). Apps are available for Android, iPads, iPhones, and Kindle Fires. For security and privacy, adults must have a Boom Learning account to use and assign Boom Cards. You will be able to assign the Boom Cards you are buying with “Fast Pins,” (play provides instant feedback for self-grading Boom Cards). Fast Play is always a free way for students to engage with Boom Cards decks. For additional assignment options you’ll need a premium account. If you are new to Boom Learning, you will be offered a free trial of our premium account. Read here for details: http://bit.ly/BoomTrial.”