Try these lessons for your child of any age and see what they think – they may find them as enchanting as I did as an adult today!
The style Emilie uses is also one of the most effective styles I have encountered in learning a second language. The use of engaging the audience, introducing simple concepts one at a time, and the use of a natural speaking voice with a later English translation are all proven effective methods in teaching a second language. The written supplements she provides are also helpful to the parent.
You can learn more about teacher Emilie here.
French Lessons Set Three: Spring Lessons
SPRING: Lesson One: 29 minutes: Les Sept Petits Lapineaux de Pâques: The Seven Easter Bunnies (Can also be “spring” bunnies)
SPRING: Lesson Two: 19 minutes: Teddy Fait une Marche Dans La Boue: Teddy’s Muddy Walk
SPRING: Lesson Three: 22 minutes: Le Rayon de Soleil: The Ray of Sun
SPRING: Lesson Four: 20 minutes: Gnome Chatouille: Tickling Gnome
SPRING: Lesson Five: 19 minutes: Teddy Fait du Vélo – Teddy Rides a Bike
SPRING: Lesson Six: 28 minutes: Le Chat qui Apporte le Printemps – The Cat that Brings Spring
SPRING: Lesson Seven: 21 minutes: Les Trois hérissons – The Three Hedgehogs
SPRING: Lesson Eight: 19.5 minutes: Cache Cache et Boules D’energie – Hide and Seek & Energy Balls
SPRING: Lesson Nine: 20.25 minutes: Le vent et le soleil – The Wind and the Sun
SPRING: Lesson Ten: 18 minutes: Allon Jardiner – Let’s Garden!
SPRING: Lesson 11: 19 minutes: Review of all Lessons