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Chocolate in French

August 06, 2011 By: Yvonne Crawford Category: candy, worksheets

le chocolat – chocolate
Today’s sweet word that you can teach your children is le chocolat which means chocolate. 🙂  Stay tuned for a few more words and then some fun activities to reinforce these sweet words: worksheets, copywork and games.

Ice Cream – La Glace

August 05, 2011 By: Yvonne Crawford Category: candy

la glace – ice cream
La glace is how people say ice cream in French.  They may also use la crème glacée, but you hear mostly la glace.  FYI, la glace also means ice and mirror. 

Camping in French

August 05, 2011 By: Yvonne Crawford Category: camping

Camping in French is the 10th volume in a booklet series to help chidren learn French. This volume will focus on the names of camping words in French.

There are colorful graphics to help your children remember these camping words in French. Also included are: a summary page, 4 worksheets, 4 copywork pages and a completion certificate. There is also a pronuciation guide for the French text to help your children.

As with all products that are sold by Language for Little Learners, you can contact us for any help you need to make these products as successful as possible for you and your children. This product is based on my language learning blog.

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Body Parts in French

August 04, 2011 By: Yvonne Crawford Category: worksheets

Body Parts in French is the 9th volume in a booklet series to help chidren learn French. This volume will focus on the names of body parts in French.

There are separate pages for each of the 12 body parts. Each page has colorful graphics to help your children remember these body parts in French. Also included are: a summary pages, 4 worksheets, 4 copywork pages, a matching game and a completion certificate. There is also a pronuciation guide for the French text to help your children.  The booklet consists of 27 pages.

As with all products that are sold by Language for Little Learners, you can contact us for any help you need to make these products as successful as possible for you and your children.

Only $2.00 – Click the link below to purchase a copy and I will email it to you shortly.




Sugar in French

August 03, 2011 By: Yvonne Crawford Category: candy, worksheets

le sucre – sugar
There will be a few more sweet words before I make more worksheets.  The 5 sweet word of this mini-lesson is le sucre which means sugar.  For an activity with your children you can have them tell you which items in your kitchen have sucre in them. Depending on their level, they can even say their names in French.  If not, perhaps they can practice their counting in French skills and count all of the food items in your kitchen pantry which contain sucre in them. 

Freebie – Sweets in French Worksheet

August 02, 2011 By: Yvonne Crawford Category: candy, worksheets

Here’s a worksheet that you can print out by double clicking on the icon and then selecting to print.  This worksheet focuses on 4 French sweet words.  4 of my favorite foods and I’m sure 4 of your children’s favorite foods as well.  It’s always fun for children to learn French words of their favorite things – especially food!

Cotton Candy in French

August 01, 2011 By: Yvonne Crawford Category: candy

 la barbe à papa – cotton candy

Teach your children how to say which types of sweets they like by using ‘j’aime’ (I like) and then the name of what they like.  J’aime la barbe à papa.
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