Language for Little Learners


St. Valentine’s Day words in French

January 11, 2010 By: Yvonne Crawford Category: Valentine's day French Teach Learn Children Kids

The stores had Valentine Candy out the day after Christmas and I’m a bit early too to post Valentine’s Day words in French. But, I like to prepare a bit for the upcoming weeks and reinforce vocabulary.

Vocabulary words:
the heart – le cœur
St. Valentine’s Day – Bonne Saint Valentin
love and isses – tendres baisers
love (noun) – l’amour
I love you – je t’aime

What you will need:
Construction paper or white paper

What to do:
1. Cut out a heart from construction paper (a pretend candy box). Then, cut out little rectangles (pretend chocolate candies).
2. Write the numbers 1-10 (or whatever vocabulary you are focusing on.) on the pretend chocolate candies and you can have your child decorate them as well.
3. Have you child glue the pretend chocolate candies on the heart. Every time they glue one on, they can say the number in French.

You can use an empty heart shaped candy box. Also, you can write anything on the candy pieces (colors, animals, etc.).

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