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#1 of 4 Old 08-03-2002, 12:48 PM - Thread Starter
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We have some good friends who are speak French as their first language and are raising their kids here in Arizona. The mom is looking for some materials to help teach her 5 year old DD to read French. They moved here a year ago from Quebec and before then the little girl spoke only French. She is pretty much bi-lingual now.

I know this is a bit of a shot in the dark, but does anyone know of materials that they might find helpful?

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She could take a look at these sites:

Éditions HMH


Guérin, l'éditeur des écoles

This is new:
Apprendre à lire à la maison (learn to read at home)

She can label the objects in her house, read a lot with her dd, ...

Hope this help

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French Language Course

French worksheets on MTec.

French Links
Links to sites to learn French online

Say it in French
A free online course for teaching beginning French.

Learn French
A CD for sale to learn French at home. There is a free sample on the site.

French Language Lessons
Internet based learning. Free trial.
very good free site

American Association of Teachers of French
lots of stuff to send for

Internet Activities for Foreign Language Classes
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There are also the major publishing houses, Hachette and Larousse, that have lots of stuff. I have never ordered from them online, though I assume they have websites.

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