Resource Lists & Advice

  • To support your child's literacy development and math skills in French at home, a list of websites is provided below.
  • We recommend that parents review and explore each site prior to their children engaging in the activities. 
  • Please note, some websites require Flash Player.


Beginner

Les jeux de Lulu

http://jeux.lulu.pagesperso-orange.fr


Mini TFO

https://www.tfo.org/fr/mini-tfo

 

Le grenier de Bisou

http://cf.tfo.org/jeux/bisou/

 

Abracadabra

https://grover.concordia.ca/abra/fr/

 

 1,2,3 géant

http://123geant.telequebec.tv

 

 

Intermediate

Radio Canada Jeunesse

https://ici.radio-canada.ca/jeunesse

 

 Logiciel Éducatif- mathématiques et litéracie

https://www.logicieleducatif.fr

 

Brain Pop

https://fr.brainpop.com

 

 1Jour1Question

https://education.francetv.fr/matiere/actualite/ce1/marque/1-jour-1-question

 

 Cité des sciences

http://www.cite-sciences.fr/au-programme/expos-permanentes/cite-des-enfants/jeux-2-7-ans/



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