|FSL Homework Toolbox|
|Parents who have children in a French Immersion program and wish to assist them with homework in French. It is also a resource for FI students who require an accessible user friendly reference tool to help with homework. Click on “Toolbox” to practise listening to everyday French expressions. ||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
Canadian Parents for French|
|This site is designed to help further bilingualism by promoting and creating opportunities for students to learn and use French.Click on “Resources” for Parents and
A public service site that evaluates educational applications for tablets.
|Students can explore games and videos in French. Try Carmen Campagne, What Rhymes?, Madame Fruitée, Comment se sentent les amis de Mini-TFO||Yes||Yes|||||
Literacy Center||This is a site from the National Research Council for Early Childhood Education about literacy. Especially helpful for new English Language Learners. Languages include English, French, Spanish, and German.||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|This website assists French Immersion students in learning how to read in French using free illustrated books. The site aims to help students read to develop their imagination and to progress in their reading skills.||||||Yes|||
Reading A to Z (French)||This website features texts to support the growth of native and non-native French speakers' reading and language skills. ||||||Yes|||
This website offers parents and educators 18 levels of French books and videos. Sign up for the newsletter and receive 20 free downloadable books. Click on “Free Resources”.