Games on Web Sites for Learners of French . www.zut.org.uk The homepage will ask you to create a log in name and password which they will charge you for. However, this only applies from 4-9pm British time, so most of the day you are fine. You can access games by clicking on level 7-12 on the left side. level 7 is beginner vocabulary. You can then click on different themes to access games such as hangman, memory, battleship and trivia. There are also read along listening comprehension texts that ask students multiple choice questions. This site is FANTASTIC!!!! www.fslactivities.sd61.bc.ca These are printable cross-word, word searches and snakes and ladder type board games. www.mylanguageexchange.com This site allows students to play hangman games by themes, many of which are contained in the new program of studies. www.lanquagequide.org Three tabs on the homepage will allow you to go to a pictorial vocabulary guide (pictures with French words underneath), grammar (good explanations and examples of rules) or readings (you can pick by level; but even the first level seems a bit difficult) www.Quia.com/shared/French A list of themes is shown with teacher created games and mini quizzes to allow students to practice their vocabulary. www.syvum.com/sQui zzes/French Contains lots of games by theme, but they all are "translation" games. IE in hangman they will give you the English word and you must fill in the letters contained in the French word. Not the best pedagogy but it might be a good way for students to practice their spelling. www.lanquagegemes.org Contains three types of games: crossword, word search and hangman.