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French Nursery Songs App review

Comptines HD http://www.apptrace.com/app/comptines-hd/id442392216 Songs are a great way for your children to learn a language.  Our curriculum is developped in a clever way that ensures language is learned in a fun manner with lots of clever repetition, solely delivered in the target language. This is a great app of traditional French ‘comptines’ - nursery songs, some with a twist on the French version.  Your children should be
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New Italian Sessions for Toddlers and Adults and French for Adults too!

We hope that you are becoming familiar with how we strive to continually supply high quality French teaching services.  Following our success, we have worked really hard to train our new Italian teachers to our high standards, and have been so excited and proud watching them deliver our curriculum in Italian following our tried and tested teaching methods. I only wish you could have
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Au Feu les Pompiers! A great Transport song

 le pompier  [leuh pomp-ee-ay] the fireman When we teach we like to use exciting songs that make the language experience fun for the children. As you know our motto is ‘Making Languages Fun!’ We often put a twist into songs or adapt them so that it reinforces our questions or the vocabulary that we have been covering.  When we sing Au Feu les Pompiers we
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The Petits Poussins love to hide and so does Pocoyo!

Sébastien, our mascot monkey, often likes to play the game cache-cache with the Petits Poussins as we practice our counting and verbs. Chercher [shershay] is the verb ‘to look for’ in French and Trouver [troovay] is the verb ‘to find’.  We often ask the children ‘on va chercher Sébastien?’ [ohn va shershay Sébastien]- are we going to go and look for Sébastien? When we
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A great song for learning animals and their sounds!

 ’Le Poussin Piou’ Song… http://youtu.be/6GsPLAslPIA We have already posted the Italian version of this song, it’s brilliant!!  It exsits in lots of languages too!  This is a great way of learning the animals and the noises that they make.  Believe it or not the dog doesn’t say “woof-woof” in French, he says “ouaf ouaf”  The cow says “meuh”…Watch out for the ending, poor poussin! À
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‘Poyoco Danse’

Voici Pocoyo encore!  He finds a radio with his friends and they all have a go at dancing, but can Pocoyo dance like Elly and Pato?  Get your children to encourage poor Pocoyo to dance and get them up dancing with Pocoyo in his own special style! Check out some of the key words and how similar they are to English!! la radio [lah
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T’choupi videoclip compilation!

A little while ago I reviewed the brilliant T’choupi App for learning colours.  T’choupi is a big part of French children’s lives, please share and watch this with your Petits Poussins.  This is a great compilation for you!  As you know the more exposure your children get to the language the better!  Don’t worry if you don’t understand, they will follow it, their brains
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Bonne fête des mamans

<iframe width=”560″ height=”315″ src=”http://www.youtube.com/embed/vjgrvtN2F9k” frameborder=”0″ allowfullscreen></iframe> Bonne fête des mamans! Here’s a lovely videoclip for you and your Petits Poussins! Have a wonderful day, you deserve it! xx  

A great cartoon videoclip

http://youtu.be/7DdOhOwRr0k Belle la coccinelle want to become a fly, she’s upset because the  caterpillar – la chenille [la seuhnee] becomes a butterfly – le papillon [leuh papee-yon], but what does she become…it’s a lovely little lesson for our Petits Poussins, to love ourselves just as we are! Gill x This is a great story for reinforcing vocabulary…check out this video clip…the word ‘coccinelle’ means
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A great song! Un éléphant qui se balançait

http://youtu.be/x_GqzWecDZg This song is about an elephant who is balancing on a spider’s web – une toile d”araignée [oon twal da-ray-nyay], literally translated as a ‘web of spider’.  The elephant was having such fun in his game – ce jeu [seuh jeuh], that along comes another elephant. Then two elephants balance….and so on! I just love this song, it’s so fun and the children
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