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Sweets in French

August 18, 2011 By: Yvonne Crawford Category: candy, workbook teach children french

Camping in French is the 11th volume in a booklet series to help chidren learn French. This volume will focus on the names of sweet food words in French.

There are colorful graphics to help your children remember these sweet words in French. Also included are: a summary page, 3 worksheets, 4 copywork pages, 2 games 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 partially based on my language learning blog.

Click ‘add to cart’ to buy this booklet for only 2 dollars. It will be emailed to you shortly after you purchase it.

Freebie – Sweet Words in French – Matching Worksheet

August 16, 2011 By: Yvonne Crawford Category: candy, worksheets

I hope your children enjoy this new sweet vocabulary in French worksheet!  It’s a simple worksheet, yet educational, helping your children to remember the names of sweet words in French!  Stay tuned for a fun sweet vocabulary in French game!

Sweet Words in French Word Search

August 14, 2011 By: Yvonne Crawford Category: candy, worksheets

Today’s freebie is a word search for your children.  This will help them to remember some of the sweet words in French.  Just double click on the picture above and you can print the word search worksheet.  I hope everyone is having a great weekend!

Copywork Pages for Sweet Words in French – Cursive

August 13, 2011 By: Yvonne Crawford Category: candy, worksheets

Here are some cursive copywork pages for the sweet words in French that I’ve been blogging about the last week or two.  I hope your kids like these and they help them to remember the words as well as practice their cursive writing

Sweet French Words – Copywork Pages

August 12, 2011 By: Yvonne Crawford Category: candy, worksheets

Here are 2 copywork pages that you can use with your children.  Just simply double click on each picture which will bring up a screen that you can print it from. Then, you can have your children practice writing each sweet word in French while they are practicing their manuscript writing.   Enjoy!

le cône de neige – Snow cone

August 11, 2011 By: Yvonne Crawford Category: candy, worksheets

The last word in our sweet words in French unit is le cône de neige which means snow cone.  Now, we can begin to reinforce these words with your children.  You can go over the last few days of posts and see if they remember the names.  Stay tuned for tomorrow and I’ll make a fun worksheet. 

la tarte – pie

August 08, 2011 By: Yvonne Crawford Category: candy, worksheets

la tarte – pie
Going with my same theme of sweets, today’s word is la tarte which means pie.  Remember also we use the word tart in English but it usually only refers to pies without a dough covering.  1 more word tomorrow and then some activities to reinforce these ‘sweet’ words.

la brioche

August 07, 2011 By: Yvonne Crawford Category: candy, worksheets

la brioche
La brioche is a type of sweet bread.  Many English speakers call brioche, simply brioche.  So you can either tell your child that it is a type of sweet bread or you can say it is the same in English as in French. 
Two more sweet words, then fun exercises will follow for you and your children to enjoy!

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. 
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