As a FSL (French Second Language) parent, homeschooling french
is a challenge.
In Québec Canada where I live, the law requires that homeschooled children be taught the equivalent of what is taught in a french public school. That means to continue homeschooling, I needed to figure out how to teach my daughter to read and write in a language I am not fully fluent in.
Join us in our learning adventure as I will regularly share resources, printables, lesson plans, spelling lists, video tutorials, and more.
Decisions: Homeschooling? or Learning French at School?
My 6 year old daughter had spent a year of Kindergarten and nearly 3 months of Grade 1 in an all french school to help her learn the language
. While she is not 100% fluent yet, and still has a lot to learn, she has no trouble talking in french and has quite the french accent. See more at:
How My Daughter Learned a Second Language
Why I Sent My Homeschooled Daughter to Public School
French Lesson Plans
Numbers in French
Colors In French
Body Parts In French
Learning French Verbs
French Verb Worksheets
Grade 1 French Verbs
Grade 2 French Verbs
Grade 3 French Spelling Words
Homeschooling French Curriculum
Ideas for Homeschooling Grade 1 or 2 French
2nd Grade Homeschool Curriculum Choices
A review of a HighSchool French course
As we are in our third year of homeschooling french immersion, I will be posting a lot of lesson plans as I’m able to create them.