Language for Little Learners


Make a French alphabet book with your kids

April 30, 2009 By: Yvonne Crawford Category: Uncategorized

One on-going French project we do in my house which will take about a month to complete is a French alphabet book. We folded several of pieces of paper together and we stapled the middle. Then each day we take a different letter and we either draw a picture that starts with that letter or we cut something from a newspaper that starts with that letter.

Today our letter was P. We looked for pictures of ‘Pommes’ in some magazines, but we couldn’t fine any, so my 6 year old son and my 3 year old daughter drew their own and then colored them. It’s a great way to reinforce vocabulary because the whole time they were looking for apples, they kept saying “Pommes, où et tu?” (Apples, where are you?).

If you can’t think of something that starts with that particular letter, you can use a dictionary or online dictionary to help you find one.

Also, you can make a themed alphabet book. Some examples are: French food words, French animal words, French outdoor words…

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