These links might help you to “keep things going” at home. Simply click on the colored word.
**How about some fun with the alphabet?
**In looking for new French songs and comptines, I discovered this youtube video. You will notice that it has many more French songs and short videos listed on the side. Amusez-vous bien!
**This link isn’t just for French, this is inspired by the 2011 summer reading program, One World, Many Stories. You can travel the world through books, and all kinds of other activities. Thanks to Homa Sabet Tavangar of Growing Up Global, for putting this together.
**Are you looking for a new outside game this fall? All you need is a piece of chalk and the directions to Escargot Hopscotch. Amusez-vous bien!
**La Bastille is on July 14th. To learn more about it, check out this site. Celebrate La Bastille with a game of concentration, a word search, or a fun Bastille picnic. More important, simply celebrate French!
**This is by far the BEST virtual tour of Paris that I have ever seen!!
**If you’re interested in watching a story and hearing it in French, check out this google video.
**This is my new favorite site. It has a huge selection of categories with correct pronunciation. It also has a couple of children’s stories read in French. Be sure to check it out!
**BookBox has story previews for free in French. It’s a great way to hear French spoken correctly while watching/hearing a story.
**This site is definitely worth exploring. It will help students to hear the words in French while watching a little cartoon. There is Level 1 and Level 2. They are at the same basic level, they just cover different basic topics.
**If you’d like to hear the months spoken correctly, click here. Scroll down to the audio and press play.
**If you want to hear various times spoken, check out this site.
**This site has many free interactive French games for children.
**Would you like to learn about colors?
**Check out this fun number song.
**Would you like to learn about the family? If you click on various pictures in the room, you will also see the word written and hear the word pronounced.
–In this memory game, you will learn school words.
**How about listening to French music. This site has a wonderful collection of songs from around the world. I’m giving you the link to the ones from France.