It’s never too early (or too late!) to start learning another language. In honour of National French Language Day on March 20, we’ve compiled some games and resources to start learning and practicing French together at home.
What’s the weather like today?
No matter where you are or how old you are, the topic of weather is likely to come up in conversation. These weather printable are a great way to learn the different types of weather and practice the phrases in a practical way on a daily basis.
Colours are another practical part of language that can be used in daily life. This fun colouring activity will have your little one learning 12 of the most common colours in French.
French alphabet colouring pages
Learning French can be as easy as A, B, C. Literally. Learn a new French word with every colouring page as your little one makes their way through the alphabet.
Once your little has mastered the names of body parts in English, why not try to learn them in French as well. This worksheet will take you from head to toe, or should I say, de la tête jusqu’aux orteils.
Sing in French Music is a great way to learn a new language. Search YouTube for classic French nursery songs like “Allouette”, “Frère Jacques”, “Au Claire de la Lune” and “Une Souris Verte.”