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Teach your children weather in French

January 09, 2010 By: Yvonne Crawford Category: weather french learn children teach

Brrrr…it’s cold outside. Now is the time to teach some different phrases to your child in French. Here are a few weather phrases in French:

Vocabulary:
Quel temp fait-il? – How’s the weather?

Il fait frais. – The weather is cool. (lit: It makes cool.)

Il fait beau. – The weather is pretty/nice.

Il fait froid. – The weather is cold.

Il fait chaud. – The weather is hot.

Il neige – It’s snowing.

Il pleut – It’s raining.

Il y a du vent – There is some wind.

Il y a des nuages – There are some clouds.

Activity:
Here’s an activity you can do with your child to reinforce learning these few weather phrases. Double click on the picture above and print it out. Then cut out the different boxes of weather. You can use them as flash cards!

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