Check out this fun and easy intro to French for children 6-10 : Bonjour! Let’s Learn French by Judy Martialay

Bonjour! Let’s Learn French by Judy Martialay

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What is Bonjour! Let’s Learn French about?

Check out this fun and easy intro to French for  children 6-10 : Bonjour! Let's Learn French by Judy MartialayEasy and Fun Introduction to French for your child. Bonjour! Let’s Learn French gives kids roughly 6 – 10 years old a fun and easy intro to learning French.

Kids board Pete the Pilot’s magic airplane en route to France. When they arrive, they meet Louis l’escargot, France’s #1 snail. They follow his adventure and learn French! Activities follow to practice and expand their French, including treasure hunt, favorite expressions, and skit.

The culture corner discusses the unique aspects of French culture that they saw during their “trip”. This includes a cute song. In the next chapter, kids are introduces to impressionist art, and they have directions on how to add an impressionist touch to their drawings.

Finally, there is a review of all the French words and phrases that they learned.

This award-winning book gives kids and their parents the opportunity to have a fun and easy introduction to French. It is a book like no other!

Many elementary schools in the English-speaking countries do not have foreign language programs for children. With this book, your child-and you-will be speaking French in no time!

Available as both an ebook and paperback, you can buy a copy of the book via your favourite book retailer or on Amazon

 

If you would like to download a free audio copy of the book as well as read up on how to pronounce the words in the book, you can do so via the author’s website. Other useful resources are also available on the author’s website.

About author Judy Martialay

Author Judy Martialay lives on Long Island, New York. She has an M.A. in French language and literature from Columbia University. She taught foreign languages for over 30 years before retirement. She is on the Public Advocacy Committee of the New York State Association of Foreign Language Teachers. She is currently working on a book to introduce Italian to children.

You can also connect with Judy via her website polyglotkidz.com or on Twitter

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