You have probably found out by now that most students are visual learners. They need to see something in order to learn and remember.
Sometimes, though, drawings are not as effective in getting them to retain knowledge.
Don’t get me wrong – I love using quality clipart and I’ll continue to do so, but a great photograph can do wonders for your classroom.
That’s where these French alphabet posters come into play.
You’ll be able to use them as a reference tool in your classroom all year long and they’ll also make your room look polished and well put together!
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French Alphabet Posters
There’s a poster for each of the letters of the alphabet and two additional ones for the different sounds of “c” and “g” because it is more beneficial for students to learn early on that these letters can be hard or soft, such as the “c” in “carotte” or the “c” in “cerises”.
There are four sets of posters because I’ve included different border options and used fonts with and without primary writing lines. The photographs are all the same in all four sets.
These posters coordinate perfectly with the French Alphabet J’ai… Qui a…?
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