I created this simple, yet very effective, hands-on conjugation sheet for first group French verbs. I included a few of the most popular verbs. I found many worksheets online with the same model, they looked fun, but they were huge. I suppose that would work perfectly in a classroom setting. Here at home, this letter sized printable’s handy dandy. Quick, easy, and gets the job done. What can be better? Super Hero’s willing to use and reuse anything that will vary him from writing things down. This simple activity fits the bill, and allows him to visualize the conjugation at the same time. If you use it, I hope it will bring enthusiasm to your verbs, which could be rather dry with the traditional approach.
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So, without further ado, here’s the printable so you may download if you wish: