We’ve created a book of French worksheets for kids and want to tell you all about it!
I loved learning French in high school and college, and my favorite overseas trip has been going to France.
I want to share the passion I have for the French language and culture with my daughters too – that’s where this French Curriculum comes in!
A couple of months ago I bought some French books and resources to start teaching my children some French. After receiving them in the mail, I wasn’t very happy with them.
One book was basically just writing French words and nothing else. I wanted a book that had a variety of fun activities to help my daughter learn some French vocab.
As I was thinking about how I could put all my resources together to make a year’s worth of curriculum, I suddenly had the thought, ‘why don’t I just make a French workbook myself?’
So that’s just what I did. I sat down and got to work, and a few weeks later I had created a fun beginner French workbook!
French For Kids
The workbook is designed for children learning French aged 5-7 years, but can easily be used for preschool-aged kids as well.
These are fun and engaging beginner French worksheets that are full of colorful pictures. It will introduce kids to basic French vocabulary.
- Includes over 100 pages
- Covers 20 topics, with 5 pages of exercises for each topic
- Includes 2 pages of French monument flashcards that can be printed, laminated, and cut out
Kindergarten French Workbook
Help your children to learn French using this simple beginner French workbook. This is a digital download for printing.
Your kids will quickly learn French vocab while covering 20 different topics. Recommended for 5-7 year olds.
While we are homeschoolers, using this as a homeschool French curriculum, this is not only a resource for homeschoolers!
It can be used by anyone wanting supplementary French language worksheets for their children.
My plan is to have our kids complete one page per day Mon-Fri and cover one topic per week, for 20 weeks. Or, if they love it, they can do multiple pages in a day and go through the book at a quicker pace.
Here are the 20 topics covered in the French activity sheets:
⭐ Common expressions – these are short and simple such as oui (yes) non (no)
⭐ Days of the week
⭐ The body
⭐ The face
⭐ The home
⭐ Months of the year
⭐ Family members
Types of activities included in the workbook:
✔️ Tracing words
✔️ Writing words (words are provided at the top of the page for the child to copy)
✔️ Drawing simple pictures
✔️ Drawing lines to the correct answer
✔️ Circling the correct answer
✔️ Coloring the correct answer
✔️ Months of the year word search activity
✔️ Coloring the French flag
✔️ A song to memorize the days of the week
✔️ French monument flashcards
Kids French Workbook
The instructions for each activity are in French, however, the activities are very basic and self-explanatory. It is not necessary that parents know French well (or at all) in order to teach this course to their child.
Looking up the correct pronunciation for each week’s vocabulary words will help your child learn the words correctly.
I printed this book out myself with my Epson WF-2630 and then got it bound at a local stationery supply store for about $3.00. So, it was very cheap to put together.
Here are some photos of what the inside pages of the book look like!
The book is very colorful, clearly laid out, and perfect for young beginners!
There are a lot of different age appropriate activities.
Children’s French Flashcards
And here’s a look at the flashcards included with the book. They will help your child recognize some of the most famous monuments in France.
Easy to print, laminate, and cut out.
I am super excited for my daughter to start working on this curriculum soon.
If you would like to purchase these kids French worksheets, then please visit our shop or Etsy listing.
It is highly beneficial for kids to learn a second language at a young age:
“Research shows that learning a second language boosts problem-solving, critical thinking, and listening skills, in addition to improving memory, concentration, and the ability to multitask. Children proficient in other languages also show signs of enhanced creativity and mental flexibility.” Lead With Languages.
So take the leap and start teaching your kids French today!