This book series has 20 books with themes that follow the progression of the school year, including:
Each book is about 8 pages long, with vivid illustrations and simple text. My kids absolutely loved them! I used them the first time when my oldest was in first grade, and my youngest was in JK. I read them aloud and they listened. I then had my oldest complete worksheets on the same theme from Savoirs essentiels à la maternelle and Mon vocabulaire écrit et illustré by Hélène Paquette.
I used them again this past year. My oldest (who just finished grade 3) read them out loud and my son (finished grade 1) and I listened. This time it was my son’s turn to complete the reproducible worksheets from the two books noted above.
These books are an engaging way to learn specific vocabulary related to a theme. Each short story has the vocabulary incorporated in a fun way. The illustrations are well done and captured my kids’ attention.
These books are available at my local library, but I bought them at a conference from the publisher before I realized that. If your library doesn’t carry them, you can find them online at Les Éditions La Pensée inc (not an affiliate link).If you're not reading this post in your e-mail, sign up for updates right here and get your free guide to Getting Started Teaching French at Home:
I am looking to order this resource for our school….
Book series: J’aime le français by Sylvie Monette and Cathia Riopel.
(20 little books
Any guidance would be greatly appreciated on where to order from.
We loved those books around here! Here’s the link: https://www.lidec.qc.ca/Product.aspx?id=81270&cat=primaire
Hope that helps!