Language for Little Learners


Spooky Halloween French Vocabulary

October 23, 2007 By: Yvonne Crawford Category: teach french children Halloween

Halloween is in the air and it’s all my children are talking about…what they will dress up as on Halloween and all about the Halloween decorations around our neighborhood. I am taking this opportunity to teach them a few Halloween words in French. Here are just a few that you can teach your children as well.

the pumpkin – la citrouille
the ghost – le fantôme
the witch – la sorcière
the spider – l’araignée

A nice activity you can do to really reinforce these words is to make Halloween cut-out cookies and everytime they make a witch, say ‘la sorcière’. In no time they will be pointing out when you are making ‘sorcière’. Be creative and have fun!!

Happy Halloween!

1 Comments to “Spooky Halloween French Vocabulary”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Can’t u just tell me how to say the french vocabularys instead of telling me the words?!?! i already know them.please can u but something on ur blog that teach me how to say the words???


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