With Multibhashi it is possible to give your child the opportunity to learn French without having to bring them to a language center. We bring the classroom to you!
Our online French course takes place in a digital environment. Your child will interact directly with an instructor through a digital portal. The lessons incorporate the same techniques that have been proven to be successful for years. At the core of every lesson is immersion. Your child will start using the language from day one.
Best ways to learn:
1. French Nursery Rhymes and Music for Kids
There are loads of YouTube compilations of French nursery rhymes, songs, and videos for kids. If your child has found videos he or she likes in English, chances are they can watch and learn the same thing in French.
2. French Cartoon for Kids and teens
Kids and teens can pick up a lot from cartoons, especially ones that are in other languages. Plus, it’s nice if they’re a beginner to the language too because the vocabulary and grammar are much simpler. There are plenty of French cartoons for kids and teens.
3. Learn French with Alexa.
The second most popular YouTube channel for learning French is Learn French with Alexa. Alexa is a French woman who lives in the UK. She talks a lot, but she’s good at explaining things. I would definitely recommend her videos.
4. Learn French for Kids and teens: Reading
You’d be surprised how easy it is to find reading resources for French nowadays! You can get them as easily as ordering from Amazon or Kindle. You can find classic French books right on Amazon with Prime shipping. You don’t even have to pay to import it. If there is a French community where you live, you can also see if they hold yard sales or if a French friend would let you borrow books.
5. French Games and Activities
If your children are old enough to play games and puzzles on a tablet or computer, then they can do some self-directed learning on their own time without any help. The following apps are a good place to start.
6. French flashcards apps
This is one of the few good, free French early learning apps out there. It lets you pick a category and then scroll through the photos one at a time, listening to the French pronunciation of the object in each photo.
Categories include food, numbers, letters, colours, and more.
7. French puzzle and memory games
At this age, kids and teens are probably pretty good at finding their way around smartphones or tablets. And they’re at that curious age where they love to solve puzzles and memory games.
8. French apps for kids and teens
Apps Are an excellent way to help them learn the basics of the language. While they won’t teach your child by themselves, they’re a great tool to assist in learning mnemonics,vocab, and simple grammar. It’s best if you reinforce what they’re learning by encouraging them to speak to you with what they know, using the things they’ve learned. Talk back to them in French! If they don’t use it, they’ll lose it.
You’re All Set to Teach French to Your Children!
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