Strengthening communication in French doesn’t have to be difficult. One of the most effective, time-tested ways to boost language skills is extremely affordable and doesn’t feel like “learning”…
…have you guessed what it is?
The easy, proven way to learn new vocabulary and improve sentence structure is to watch a French movie! So why not cozy up with your child and tune into a French children’s movie this weekend? Not only will it be a welcome break from homework but it will keep your child exposed to French without it feeling like “work”. You may even pick up a few things yourself.
The more your child listens to others speak, the easier it is going to be for them to get the hang of it! In the spirit of TIFF opening this week, check out our list of the best French films for Kids:
French Films for Kids!
French Movies for Kids: Grade 3 and under
All the Disney’s films have French version and are easier to understand once they have already viewed them in English
La mystérieuse Mademoiselle C
L’incomparable Mademoiselle C
The TV series “Passe-Partout”
The TV series on Mini-TFO
French Movies for Kids: grade 4 and up
Le Journal d’Aurélie Laflamme
À vos marques…Party!
À vos marques… Party! (La suite)
Kung Fu Panda
Trois hommes et un couffin
La grande seduction
Le journal d’Aurélie Laflamme
L’odyssée d’Alice Tremblay
A serie of films: “les Contes pour tous” made by Roger Melançon:
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