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These five French shows for kids on Youtube have been favourites in our house over the last few years. As with any show, please preview it before your kids watch, especially if they’ve never seen it before.
I just recently set up a Youtube channel for Frenglishlearning and created playlists for these shows so they are easy to find when you’re ready to watch. The links to the related playlists are included for each show. You can also subscribe, bookmark, or pin my channel to get new playlists as I add them.
#1 of French shows for kids on Youtube – Lego Ninjago
Lego. Ninjas. Enough said! Here’s episode 1. Find the rest on my Lego Ninjago Season 1 playlist on Youtube.
#2 of French shows for kids on Youtube – Garfield et Cie
Garfield “the cat with the stinky attitude” as he’s known in our house. Here’s one episode. Find the rest on my Garfied et Cie saison 1 playlist on Youtube.
#3 of French shows for kids on Youtube – Le Bus Magique (Magic School Bus)
This one is great because it’s educational as well as entertaining. Pick up some new vocabulary, learn a few things, and have fun watching the adventures of the class and Ms. Frizzle. Le Bus Magique saison 1 playlist on Youtube.
#4 of French shows for kids on Youtube – Lego Chima
This one is a bit intense for the littlest kids. Maybe 8+ for this one? Preview an episode if your kids have never watched it in English before. Lego Chima playlist on Youtube.
#5 of French shows for kids on Youtube – Inspecteur Gadget (Inspector Gadget)
Ok, so this one is more my favourite. I loved this show when I was a kid. My kids watched an episode a few years ago and weren’t terribly keen, but I may get them to try it again after pulling these links together. 🙂 Inspecteur Gadget saison 1 playlist on Youtube.
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