Online French & Spanish

Free French & Spanish for children

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Free online French and Spanish resources for children, teachers and beginners.

Listening/oral practice

Stories, vocabulary, grammar, verbs, exercises and activities:
For use in class, homework (flipped learning), or independent revision and practice.
Free French for Children
Free Spanish for Children

The resources are largely aimed at children under 14 (Primary, Junior, KS2 and KS3), but much depends upon exposure, ability, interest, and the amount of time available for children to study a modern language.  Practice makes perfect, the resources are freely available, ambitious, not restricted by any particular test, and could offer helpful revision for older students:
E.g: FRENCH Food & Drink
SPANISH holidays: Past, Present, Future.

The stories, of varying degrees of difficulty, offer ideas for stories children could make up themselves.
Eg: Maggie est coquine!    
¡Se llama Bugatti!

An album of French & Spanish songs for children under 8 is also available:  A Green Mouse
French Songs   Spanish Songs

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EXAMPLES OF RESOURCES:

Comparisons in French – Plus que: Transcript + Questions

Spanish Story: Maggie is Mischievous! Transcript + Grammar

Introduction to Ser & Estar: SOY v ESTOY - Transcript

French listening practice:  Food & Drink – Transcript + Questions

Le Corps – Parts of the Body in French:  Vocabulary

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French resources:
French for children
French Stories for kids
French Activities
Spanish resources:
Spanish for children
Spanish Stories for kids
Spanish Activities  

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