It contains some finger mime exercise (Es-tu une vache?), songs (Mon petit lapin, Le rock�n�roll des galinacées) and a story (Le petit poussin)
My First French Lessons contains 4 more lessons: Mes Premiers Mots de Francais(which should be listened to first), Food, School and Body Parts.
The lessons encourage children to develop an interest in the French language and culture. They are designed to be fun, memorable, engaging, confidence-boosting and to build solid foundations for further study of the French language.
Ideally, you should leave some time between listening to each lesson. Lessons can be repeated as many times as you like. Children should be encouraged to mime along (finger mimes exercises) and to participate as much as possible in the lessons.
Where does My First French Lessons rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?
Not the best or worst.
What was one of the most memorable moments of My First French Lessons?
Have you listened to any of Alexa Polidoro’s other performances? How does this one compare?
I've heard all 5 French books in the series. It's the same as the others.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
Any additional comments?
I learned French at school and I still couldn't understand the songs in this, especially the one about chickens, turkeys, ducks and geese. The books weren't for me but I think they're good for young children.
My DD love this. We started listening every now and then in the car at about 19 mos old. Now, at 21 mos, she sings the songs and replies in English to the dialog in French. She may not understand the specific words, but she certainly understands the general content. It's lots of fun to listen to.
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