French for Children
Free French Listening Resources for Children (aged 7 to 14) for use in class and independent practice:
Stories, Grammar, Verbs, Vocabulary and Activities with short Video clips and PDF Worksheets.
Accessible Listening, Revision and Practice.
Subtitles are nearly always in both French and English, and the worksheets can be self-checked by going back to the videos and working carefully through them.
A Green Mouse provides accessible practice for any interested pupil (mainly 7 – 14 + songs for younger children), preferably in addition to classes and support from a teacher and/or parent.
INDEX OF FRENCH RESOURCE PAGES:
FRENCH TOPICS AND VOCABULARY
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EXAMPLES OF RESOURCES:
Re: FRENCH TOPICS + VOCABULARY:
Counting to 10
What’s in my Pencil Case?
My Birthday (+ Days and Months)
Animals: As-tu un animal?
Animals in French + Colours
Talk about School – On fait quoi?
Parts of the Body
Je m’appelle – About Me in French
Directions (In Paris)
My Family – A story
At the Doctor’s
Colours are Adjectives
Daily routine (+ Time)
Sport in French – To Do + To Play
Sport: Likes & Dislikes
Hobbies: Sport + Music
FOOD AND DRINK:
French Food and Drink practice such as counting fruit, discussing food in a café, or learning how to buy food in a French market:
FOOD AND DRINK IN FRENCH
Avoir, Être, Faire, Negatives, On + Verbs, Modal Verbs, Reflexive Verbs, and the imperfect v the perfect tense in French …
FRENCH VERB PRACTICE
Resources which focus on grammar:
FRENCH GRAMMAR PRACTICE
Colours are Adjectives
Indefinite + Definite Articles + Adjectives
Animals + Colours + Definite/Indefinite Articles
Animals in French + Position of Adjectives
On – Impersonal Subject Pronoun Practice
Adjectives to describe character
Trees in French + Position of Adjectives
Comparisons: Plus … que
C’EST versus IL EST
CES, C’EST, SES – French homophones in a Story
Negatives: Grammar in a Story about a Bone
Prepositions: Au, à la, à l’, aux + Transport
Preposition Practice for Children
Preposition Practice in a Story about Stick Insects
Du, de la, de l’, des
Adverbs in a Story – Maggie and the Squirrel
‘At the Hairdresser’s’ – Story full of verbs and adverbs.
French Direct Object Pronouns
ACTIVITIES IN FRENCH:
Recipes, ideas using Pâte à Sel, how to build a simple model of the Eiffel Tower and more in due course:
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Each resource contains one or more video clips.