One way to help your children practice their numbers is by using dot-to-dots. They are in most English activity books, or you can download and print them free on the internet. Just ask your children to count in French as they connect the dots. Attached to this post is an easy 1-10 dot-to-dot that you can use.
Archive for October, 2011
More French for Little Boys has just been released. It will be available on Amazon in a few days. However, you can purchase it as an ebook here. It will be emailed to you shortly. $12.95
This workbook is a continuation of French for Little Boys. In this workbook your son will continue his exploration of the French language while engaging in activities that will help to motivate him. He will design his own monster, make his own spaceship, open a sweet shop and much, much more.
This workbook is created especially for parents who do not have any prior knowledge of French. You and your son can embark on a journey of learning a foreign language together. Everything you need is inside this workbook, including a pronunciation guide, dictionary and teaching hints.
Clothes in French is the newest volume in a booklet series to help chidren learn French. This volume will focus on clothing.
There are colorful graphics to help your children remember these numbers in French. Also included are: a summary pages, 2 worksheets, 4 copywork pages, 2 games and a completion certificate. There is also a pronuciation guide for the French text to help your children.
Clothes in French – only $2.00 – It will be emailed to you shortly.