FSL Resources & Links

Bonjour et bienvenue! I am very enthused to have this special section dedicated to French teachers, students, and/or parents. 

I will post any resources I find in regards to Core French or French Immersion teaching. If you have any requests or would like more information on anything, do not hesitate to contact me!



Helpful Links:


SMART lessons en français
This is a great website for a wide variety of SMART board lessons in French.


eWorkshop French Resources

There are a couple of printable documents available here, as supplement for French Immersion Programs to a Guide to Effective Instruction in Mathematics, K-3, Number Sense and Numeration (2003). This supplement provides French immersion teachers with translated versions of the student activity pages (blackline masters) from Appendices A-D of the guide



Affichage pour la classe!
Don't ever spend money on posters at scholastic's again - this website offers an incredibly wide range of French posters, sorted by theme or strand!

MiniTFO
Countless games, videos, songs, and information for parents!

eBooks
Over 30 ebooks for students to read along with online. Most are of higher levels. 

Phonemus

A website with a laid-out program which guides you on how to read and master the French language. 



Online French Games


Childtopia
Anything from Music, Language, to Math is available here in French, Spanish, and other languages!

Zone Jeux

Mainly language, puzzles, and brain-teasers.

L'alphabet

Working on pronunciation and learning the alphabet.

Languages Online

Memory games, matching games, language, etc.

Jeu de Plage

Following direction.

Free Rice

Test your vocabulary and feed the hungry at the same time!

Crickweb

Vocabulary building - basics (fruit, clothing, numbers, etc.)


Practice French Reading Comprehension Skills


About.com
Stories in French with questions to test comprehension of the story.

abcTeach

Stories of all different levels. All come with questions attached.

EdHelper

Reading Comprehension sorted by skills - main idea, summarizing, sequencing, etc.


Websites to practice your grammar

A Vos Plumes!
La conjugaison des verbes français
Le Point de FLE


Top Blogs to follow for FSL teachers:

Sylvia Duckworth's blog 
eTools for Language Teachers 
Mme Belle Feuille 
Mme Hawtree 
Ici on parle français
Madame Liska's French Website

12 comments:

  1. What a great list of resources! Thank you for sharing!
    http://primaryfrenchimmersionresources.blogspot.ca/

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  2. I agree! This is a great list (and comic). I was looking for resources for my SMART board and found your blog. Merci!
    www.oneschoolroom.ca

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    1. Sorry for the late reply!!! HAHA
      So glad you found the blog useful!

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  3. Very nice site. Thanks

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    1. No problem!!! Sorry for the late reply!!! HAHA

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  4. Good set of resources! :)

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  5. Bonjour! Merci de partager tous ces sites. J'ai un blog pour des idées pour FLS aussi. Il est http://madamegiraffe.blogspot.ca

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    1. Fantastique! Je vais regarder! Merci beaucoup!

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  6. Hi Milou,

    Thank you so much for sharing your blog with other teachers. I myself am a new teacher and am quite unfamiliar with how to teach French, but am excited to begin my journey as a teacher. I really like how you included resources that you have used incorporating smart boards. I think this is a great way to keep the learning engaging and accessible for students. I also love the activities that can be accessible to students outside of class time. With the limited amount of time students spend learning French in school, it is essential for them to also practice their skills at home either individually or with their parents.

    Thanks again for sharing!

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  7. Hi Milou,

    Thank you for posting all these resources to help other teachers teach French. As a new elementary teacher who is not confident with teaching French, your blog is a treasure! I really like the thoughtco link because it provides reading sources for students and the stories are scaffolded in such a way that students can casually read and search for words they are familiar with, then review a new vocabulary sheet, and then go back to reread the passages to double check their comprehension. Thank you for introducing me to a world of resources I never knew existed!

    Merci!

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