First Grade French Foreign Language Worksheets and Printables

First grade is the perfect time to start learning French. Learn new French words and their definitions with our first grade French vocabulary worksheets. Education.com's first grade worksheets will get your child excited to learn!
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Family in French Family in French Meet the family in this fun introduction to French vocabulary.
Learn French Vocabulary Learn French Vocabulary Warm up for a French vacation with this basic vocabulary page that shows common sight words.
Clothes in French Clothes in French Add some French flair to your fashionable kid's vocabulary!
French Language: The Park French Language: The Park Mix coloring time with language-learning in this cute French vocabulary worksheet.
Picnic in French Picnic in French Encourage your child to learn some French vocabulary words while he colors.
French Food Vocabulary French Food Vocabulary Snack attack? Dig into the world of foreign language learning with this French food vocabulary worksheet.
French Words: School French Words: School This French worksheet works on words for common school supplies.
Food in French Food in French Better have some snacks on hand! Your first grader will likely be hungry after studying and coloring this tasty French vocabulary worksheet.
La Cuisine La Cuisine Get cooking and learn French vocabulary words for different things you might find in the kitchen.
Frere Jacques Song Frere Jacques Song Color in the pictures that go with the classic nursery rhyme "Frere Jacques."
French Vocabulary: The Countryside French Vocabulary: The Countryside Warm up your French vocabulary with this worksheet that shows common countryside sights.
First grade is the perfect time to start learning French. Learn new French words and their definitions with our first grade French vocabulary worksheets. Education.com's first grade worksheets will get your child excited to learn!

More First Grade French Activities

Learning additional languages at a young age can be challenging but exciting. Expose your child to the language with other French activities.

  • Take your child to a French-speaking place to immerse him in the language.
  • Get a French picture book from the library and the English equivalent, reading them side by side.
  • Play a language learning game in your house to identify basic objects in your environment.