Apprenez les Couleurs en Français pour Enfants | Primaire 2 French Primary 2 First Term Lesson Notes Week 2

French Lesson Plan for Primary 2

CLASS: Primary 2
AGE: 7 years
TOPIC: Les Couleurs
SUB-TOPIC: Identification and Usage of Colors in French
DURATION: 40 minutes
DATE: [Insert Date]

Behavioral Objectives

By the end of the lesson, students should be able to:
a. Explain the part of speech for colors.
b. List all the colors in French.
c. Use colors to describe nouns in singular and plural forms.


  • Couleurs (Colors)
  • Rouge (Red)
  • Bleu (Blue)
  • Vert (Green)
  • Jaune (Yellow)
  • Noir (Black)
  • Blanc (White)
  • Violet (Purple)
  • Orange (Orange)

Set Induction

Begin with a colorful picture and ask the students to identify the colors in English, then introduce them in French.

Entry Behavior

Students should already know basic color names in their native language.

Learning Resources

  • Online resources
  • French textbook
  • Chambers Harrap’s French School Dictionary
  • Charts showing different colors in French

Building Background/Connection to Prior Knowledge

Discuss the importance of colors in everyday life and how they can be used to describe various objects.

Core Skills

  • Listening
  • Speaking
  • Reading
  • Writing

Reference Books

  • French textbooks for Primary 2
  • Chambers Harrap’s French School Dictionary

Instructional Materials

  • Colorful pictures
  • Color charts
  • Flashcards
  • Online resources (videos, games)

Content with Examples

  1. Introduction to Colors:
    • Rouge (Red)
    • Bleu (Blue)
    • Vert (Green)
    • Jaune (Yellow)
    • Noir (Black)
    • Blanc (White)
    • Violet (Purple)
    • Orange (Orange)
  2. Usage in Sentences:
    • Le ballon est rouge. (The ball is red.)
    • La pomme est verte. (The apple is green.)
    • Les ballons sont bleus. (The balls are blue.)

Fill-in-the-Blank Questions with Options

  1. Le ballon est ___. (rouge / vert / bleu)
  2. La pomme est ___. (jaune / verte / noire)
  3. Les ballons sont ___. (rouges / bleus / oranges)
  4. La robe est ___. (noire / blanche / rouge)
  5. Les crayons sont ___. (violets / bleus / verts)
  6. Le chat est ___. (blanc / noir / orange)
  7. La voiture est ___. (jaune / rouge / bleue)
  8. Les fleurs sont ___. (oranges / vertes / jaunes)
  9. Le livre est ___. (bleu / noir / blanc)
  10. Les murs sont ___. (rouges / violets / blancs)

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) with Answers

  1. Q: Comment dit-on “red” en français?
    A: Rouge
  2. Q: Quelle couleur est “bleu”?
    A: Blue
  3. Q: Comment décrit-on un objet vert en français?
    A: Vert
  4. Q: Quelle est la couleur du soleil?
    A: Jaune
  5. Q: Comment dit-on “white” en français?
    A: Blanc
  6. Q: Quelle couleur est utilisée pour décrire une nuit sombre?
    A: Noir
  7. Q: Comment dit-on “purple” en français?
    A: Violet
  8. Q: Quelle couleur est une carotte?
    A: Orange
  9. Q: Comment dit-on “the balls are blue” en français?
    A: Les ballons sont bleus.
  10. Q: Quelle couleur est un nuage?
    A: Blanc

Presentation Steps

  1. Introduction:
    • Show the colorful picture.
    • Ask students to identify the colors in English.
  2. Explanation:
    • Introduce the French names for each color.
    • Use the color chart to reinforce learning.
  3. Practice:
    • Use flashcards to quiz students on color names.
    • Group activity: Students match objects with their corresponding colors in French.
  4. Application:
    • Students use colors to describe objects in the classroom.
    • Write sentences using colors to describe nouns in singular and plural forms.

Teacher’s Activities

  • Introduce the topic with a colorful picture.
  • Explain each color in French.
  • Conduct practice activities with flashcards and group work.
  • Guide students in writing sentences using colors.

Learners’ Activities

  • Identify colors in English and learn their French names.
  • Participate in group activities to match objects with colors.
  • Write and share sentences describing objects with colors.


  • Observe students’ participation in group activities.
  • Check sentences written by students for correct usage of colors.
  • Oral questioning to assess understanding.

Evaluation Questions

  1. Comment dit-on “red” en français?
  2. Quelle couleur est “vert”?
  3. Comment décrit-on un objet jaune en français?
  4. Quelle est la couleur du ciel?
  5. Comment dit-on “black” en français?
  6. Quelle couleur est utilisée pour décrire une rose rouge?
  7. Comment dit-on “blue” en français?
  8. Quelle couleur est une banane?
  9. Comment dit-on “the cat is white” en français?
  10. Quelle couleur est un citron?


Summarize the lesson by reviewing the colors and their French names. Encourage students to use French color names in their daily life.