The most effective and efficient way to learn a new language is to take it with you outside of the traditional learning setting. For kids, this is especially important. We know that they’re learning new French vocabulary and communication skills in the classroom, but what about outside of school?
Why not watch a fun French movie with your kids? It’s the perfect way to incorporate French learning into their fun time, and you may even pick up a bit yourself!
We’ve compiled a list of 35 best French films (and TV series) for kids and for the whole family. Click here to check out our blog post.
For more info on how to access these films, read until the end.
About Camp Tournesol :
Since 2001, we provide French camps in the GTA for tens of thousands of children ages 4 to 14, as well as overnight experience and year-round academic support. Whether a child is Francophone, in French Immersion, or has no French experience, we have a program to support them for them.
Our flagship French day camps, spread throughout the GTA are well known to the French and the francophile community, but we wanted to ensure that your members were aware of all our other programs that support second language learners in their quest to become bilingual.
Introduction to French day camp for ages 4 to 10;
French day camp for children in French Immersion or francophone schools for ages 6 to 12;
CIT program for ages 13 to 14;
Overnight camps in Ontario for ages 8 to 14;
Our Year-round French Academic Support via our online platform:
Online French Tutoring (one-on-one support)
French online lessons delivering a structured curriculum with native speaker OCT professors (8 students maximum)