Come and spend an hour in French with your tiny one. This class would be a great introduction to French language through sound and visual stimulation. We will sing songs, play little games, and make music… This class will give you the necessary tools to reinforce French at home. There is no prerequisite for this class. As soon as toddlers are mature enough, they will move on to Transition class.
Our transition class allows young children to learn to adapt in a smooth fashion to a school environment. Game-like activities alternate with first steps in school work. Transition classes also help with sparing young children (and their parents!) from separation anxiety. Parents are encouraged to join in and participate in activities when invited to do so by the instructors.
In our Toddlers/Kids program, children acquire new words and language structures illustrated by a variety of age-appropriate activities. Various arts-and-crafts projects give children the opportunity to practice French and reinforce their new vocabulary. Fluency and confidence will improve through fun activities such as songs, dance, games, stories, and films. A different topic is covered every week.
Students, ages 5 to 9 years old will discover French language and culture, work on grammar and explore new vocabulary through interactive and stimulating stories, songs, projects and educational games. The emphasis is on oral communication and most activities aim at developing oral skills through new words and new sounds. The main objective of this course is to help children develop strong communication skills.
Students, ages 9 to 13 will discover French language and culture, basic grammar and vocabulary through interactive and stimulating stories, songs, projects and educational games. The emphasis is on oral communication, with the introduction to reading and writing simple vocabulary.
Beginner level classes are designed to help students who are beginning to learn French in High School and to reinforce the material taught at school. Beginner is dedicated to students who have never take french before, Intermediate is for students with a minimum of 1 year High School French and Advanced/AP level is designed for advanced level High School students and those who wish to prepare for the AP French and Culture Examination.
These classes are intended for children enrolled in American public / private schools, who wish to try their hand at following the current French program taught in Elementary Schools in France. The instructors use materials adopted by the French Ministry of Education, which reinforce the four aspects of language learning: reading, writing, listening, and speaking.
Afternoon In French, For kids 7 to 12 years old – All levels. On Wednesday from 3 pm to 6 pm. 8 weeks session – September 5th to October 24th, Children will learn French in a different way: games, activities, art, craft…
Spend a whole afternoon in French right after school!