If you’re looking for French language homeschool curriculum, you’re in luck. I found some resources recently that will help your children or teens learn this language.
The resources below include books, software, online courses and more. While most teach standard French, there is at least one program that offers Canadian French.
If you don’t find everything you need in the list below, you might want to check out my posts about complete homeschool curriculum and educational marketplaces. They will have even more resources you can use.
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French Language Homeschool Curriculum
Babbel – Students can learn French at their own pace with Babbel.
Bilingual Books, Inc. – Get French in 10 Minutes a Day from this publisher.
Getting Started with French – This is a beginning French program written for homeschoolers.
Instant Immersion – Get software for learning French from Instant Immersion.
Living Language – Get online or offline courses in French from Living Language.
Pimsleur – Get a full course for learning French from Pimsleur.
Research and Education Association – This company publishes French Made Nice and Easy which is available on Amazon.
Rocket Languages – Get access to an online French course from Rocket Languages.
Rosetta Stone – Get homeschool software for learning French from Rosetta Stone.
The Easy French – This is a program which uses the Charlotte Mason method along with Bloom’s Taxonomy.
The Learnables – Students can learn French through an immersion method that uses a picture system.
The Linguist Institute – LingQ has a French language online learning program.
Vis-Ed – Get the Think French study cards as well as other vocabulary cards on Vis-Ed.
Year Round Homeschooling – Get the Family French Words Learning Pack and Christmas French Words Learning Pack on Year Round Homeschooling.
I hope you found some French language homeschool curriculum that works for your family. If not, feel free to bookmark or pin this page so that you can check back later. I add new resources as I find them.
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