Language for Little Learners


Making Necklaces and Learning French

May 26, 2010 By: Yvonne Crawford Category: French numbers learn kids teach

Sometimes the best ideas for practicing French are the simplest. My 4 year old daughter’s new obsession is to make necklaces, bracelets and rings out of stringing beads. It’s an easy way to practice numbers and colors in French.

You can count together as your children string them. And you can even use this activity with your younger children who can’t string them yet. Instead of stringing the beads with them, you can sort the beads together.

The great thing about making necklaces is that your children will have something to remember their lesson with later. You can use the necklaces and bracelets to continue to practice their numbers in French. Also, you can buy a huge container of beads for only $5 at walmart. So this isn’t a big investment. But, loads of fun!

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