Expand your child's French vocabulary as he identifies the different objects found in the le salon, or living room.
What do you encounter while walking down the street? Help your child use her French vocabulary to describe the world around her.
Rock out while you introduce some new French vocabulary with this musical French worksheet.
Hungry for knowledge? Shop around this vocabulary worksheet and learn the French words for some common foods you'll find at the grocery store!
Make sure your French vocabulary is dressed for success with this worksheet on clothes and accessories you'd find in your closet.
Can you find the ten vegetables hidden in the picture of the circus? When you're finished, color the picture and turn it into a colorful placemat.
Get cooking and learn French vocabulary words for different things you might find in the kitchen.
Add some French flair to your fashionable kid's vocabulary! Your first grader will learn how to spell and pronounce the French words for basic clothing items.
Aspiring architects, here is a tricky paper craft that will keep you busy! Build a paper model of the Eiffel Tower; all you need are some scissors and glue.