Language for Little Learners


Making your own French Flashcards

February 20, 2010 By: Yvonne Crawford Category: French flashcards

One way to practice French with children is by using flashcards. A better way to practice French, in my opinion, is by having your children make their own flashcards.

There are a few different ways you can do this. First of all, you can buy some white index cards or cut out rectangles from construction paper. Then, you can either have your children draw pictures on the cards of the things you want them to remember in French. (By having them draw a smile on the card, your child will remember exactly what it is that picture is supposed to mean – happy (or smile), whatever the word was that you told them to draw.) Or, you can have them cut out pictures from a magazine and they can glue them to the cards. Either way they are thinking of the word in French as they draw or cut out pictures. This will help them to remember the word better, especially if they are a visual learner.

You can have your children continue to make their own flashcards when you teach them new vocabulary, then you can review all of the flashcards whenever you feel it is necessary.

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