Dec 08

French Sing & Learn

French Sing & Learn is a downloadable resource that you can use with your children to sing your way to conversation.  After working through the material, you and your children will know and understand 10 French songs.  I’ve been using … Continue reading

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Dec 01

French sing & learn – available Thursday

I am so excited to announce that I have a new product coming out this Thursday, December 5th!  French Sing & Learn is a great way for children to learn new vocabulary and have fun at the same time.  After … Continue reading

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Nov 23

Muzzy online

Review bottom line:  Great product, reasonable price (for online version), terrible customer service There are two ways you can access Muzzy content – online or on DVD.  If you choose the online version, you get access to English versions of … Continue reading

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Nov 01

Hooked on French

Both my kids loved this program and I think it’s really well put together.  The package comes with 2 CD-ROMs with computer activities, 6 readers, 2 workbooks, and 2 sets of flash cards.  A parent’s guide is also included, which … Continue reading

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Oct 02

Rat de bibliothèque picture book series (with audio CD’s)

A book series we have been using around our house lately comes from ERPI (Éducation du Renouveau Pédagogique Inc).  This company produces a ton of French resources.  The most frustrating part is figuring out which ones are appropriate.  Their web … Continue reading

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Sep 12

Learning French with Duolingo

I heard about Duolingo on our Frenglish Learning Facebook group, and I have to say it’s fantastic and free!  Duolingo offers courses in Spanish, English, French, German, Portuguese, and Italian.  Of course, my immediate interest is French for my kids, … Continue reading

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Aug 11

En français S.V.P.

French resources can be so expensive!  I had to hold my nose and enter my credit card number this week as I ordered our grade 3 materials, which came to $73 including tax and shipping for 1 small textbook and … Continue reading

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Aug 11

Bisou by TFO

This site is produced by TFO, which is “the French-language public cultural and educational television network of Ontario.”  We used this web site quite a bit a few years ago when my kids were between 2-5 years old, and my … Continue reading

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Aug 11

Vois-tu ce que je vois?

We used the book Vois-tu ce que je vois?  Il était une fois by Walter Wick in conjunction with the fairy tale theme we’d been working through as part of our French lessons.  This has proved to be great fun … Continue reading

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Aug 10

Languages online

This web site by the State of Victoria in Australia is really well organized and has a wealth of information and activities.  There are 35 lessons on various topics from greetings to rooms and furnishings in the house.  Each lesson … Continue reading

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