ONLINE FRENCH

French for Children (Age 7 – 14)

Free Online French Listening Resources for teachers, students and parents with videos, online quizzes and printable worksheets for online learning, practice at home, lessons and school work.
Stories, verbs, grammar, themes and vocabulary, and cultural resources to help anyone to build their knowledge and understanding of French.
+ Songs for Under 7s

INDEX PAGES:

French Grammar Practice

Adjectives, Articles, Gender, Comparisons, C’est vs il est, Homophones, Prepositions, Direct Object Pronouns, Adverbs etc.. with grammar explanations, videos, stories, quizzes and worksheets:
FRENCH GRAMMAR

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French Verb Practice

Avoir, Être, Faire, Jouer au vs Jouer du, Modal Verbs, Negatives, il y a + il faut, On + Verbs, The Near Future, The Imperfect Tense, Past/Present/Future Practice etc.. with vocabulary, videos, stories, quizzes and worksheets:
FRENCH VERBS

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French Short Stories

A Green Mouse is full of short stories for learning in context and encouraging participation and discussion. They are for beginners and intermediates and include interactive quizzes, videos and worksheets:
FRENCH STORIES

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KS3 French Topics + Themes

Vocabulary + Practice to learn Directions, Introductions, Family, Health, Birthdays, Animals, Parts of the Body, Daily Routine, Sport, Music, Holidays, The Weather, School, + Food and Drink:
FRENCH TOPICS + THEMES

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French Cultural Activities + Songs

Build an Eiffel Tower with a box of camembert, make Pâte à sel, learn about Carnival in France, make some ‘palets bretons’, a tarte aux fraises, a galette des rois, a tarte aux poireaux …

FRENCH ACTIVITIES

+ Sing French Nursery Rhymes:
FRENCH SONGS

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French Quizzes

These online quiz tests are for use after practice with the corresponding story, grammar or verb resource to test and check knowledge and understanding. The choice of answers in the multiple choice questions can also be used for more interaction and discussion:
FRENCH QUIZZES

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Examples:

Du, de la, de l’, des + de

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C’EST versus IL EST

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La Bretagne, Hadrian’s Wall, Palets Bretons

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Promenons-nous dans les Bois