03.20.20 | Blog

FREE ‘À La Maison’ Workbook in FRENCH!

Since many families have been forced to stay at home during this trying time, our team of enthusiastic educators has prepared a workbook to help your children learn while having fun. Since they’re supposed to stay in the house, we made this French workbook house-themed. This means it’s full of new and helpful French vocabulary related to your house and everything inside it! Spend quality time with your child and help them stay on track with their French learning with our ‘À La Maison’ workbook! Keep your kids bilingual skills sharp during this extended break!

We at Camp Tournesol are dedicated to providing quality French programming during the summer, but we also want to make sure that there are plenty of resources for French learners who want to continue going above and beyond during the school year. And with the near future so up in the air, we figured this was as good a time as any to share more French-learning resources with you!

This booklet contains essential French vocabulary and phrases in relation to the things you find at your house, as well as some awesome activities that will reinforce the vocabulary and phrases learned. For more insight on how to use this workbook and others like it, scroll down for our tips.

As always, let us know what you think of our FREE resources and share them with other parents who may find them helpful!

Download the FREE ‘À La Maison’ Workbook resource PDF in French by clicking here or on the image below!




How to get the most out of our free workbooks:

We recommend using the pages of the workbook in order. Our first few pages include important vocabulary and expressions that your child may need to know in order to complete the later activities. The best way to learn the expressions is to say them out loud to someone or to try using them in a sentence of their own. If there is any word that they don’t understand, don’t hesitate to use a French/English dictionary! We recommend using Linguee.com or WordReference.com if you don’t have a paper dictionary handy.

Once you reach the activities portion of the workbook, they can check back to the vocabulary and expressions list for help if they get to a tough one. Reading the instructions and saying possible answers out loud also helps with pronunciation and learning to use the words/phrases naturally. Most importantly, have fun and give your child a pat on the back for completing the workbook!

More tips on how to use this awesome workbook:


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