﻿ French Numbers and Days Worksheets
These worksheets will teach you numbers and ordinals, days of the week, months, and collective nouns.

#### Numbers and math are a universal langauge when you really think about it. Addition is still addition and just about every operation and form of math transcends language. How many pieces are there? Which days is that store open? When is your yearly vacation? What should we do first? You use these questions (or variations of them) every day in order to plan, measure, and account for variables. These worksheets will help you learn to quantify time, placement, and amounts, which will be helpful if you need to distinguish between a thousand (mille), a million (million), and a billion (milliard).

Understanding what day of the week it is, is often the first measurement of time students learn in school. In English, the days of the week are a mix of Anglo-Saxon and Norse. In French (and other Romance languages), they are derived from Latin. What Are the Days of the Week in French? There are so many languages throughout the world! As of today, there are 6,500 spoke languages in the world! That's huge! So you know the names of the days of the week in English. But do you know how they go in French? Let's learn it together! ENGLISH-FRENCH: Monday-Lundi, Tuesday-Mardi, Wednesday-Mercredi, Thursday-Jeudi, Friday-Vendredi, Saturday-Samedi, Sunday-Dimanche

# Print French Numbers and Days Worksheets

## Count on me

Draw a line from the number to the matching number word.

## Counting by tens 10-50

Draw a line from the English number word to the matching number word.

## Counting by tens

Who doesn't want to count by tens? Time to learn how to do it in a different language.

## Number Match

Match the number word to each image. A nice way to practice this skill in a quick and easy way.

## Counting Teens

Counting past ten has its benefits. Draw a line from the TEEN to the matching number word.

## Do you know the days of the week?

Draw a line from the English day to the matching day.

## Mixed Days of the Week

Each side has a mix of words. You have to really pay attention.

## Really Big Numbers

Draw a line from the English number word to the matching number word.

## Really Big Numbers

Draw a line from the English number word to the matching number word.

## 12 Months of the Year

Time for use to review the months of the year in both English and French.

## Flashy Months

We get a little more out there with the flash of the English words.

## May I Take Your Order?

Draw a line from the ordinal number to the matching French number word.

## May I Take Your Order? 2

We work on the higher up ordinal numbers. You might need to review ordinal words in English first.

## Combien? - How much?

Draw a line from the English phrase to the matching French phrase.

## Combien? - How much? Quiz 2

Some of these words are bit tricky when they are put in phrases.