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Jessica from Children's Collections March 20, 2020, 8:19 AM

Online French Resources for Kids While Social Distancing

With the schools closed, it's difficult for English speaking parents to keep their children active in their French language skills. Regina Public Library has some digital resources that have French content that you can access from home with your library card.

TumbleBook Library has French eBooks and read-alongs. Read-along eBooks highlight the text while it is read aloud, so children will not only see the French words – they will hear the proper pronunciation.

Universalis Jr and Universalis are French encyclopedias from Encyclopedia Britannica. These are great resource to use for nonfiction reading and research.

Brainfuse is our online homework help resource. It has live homework help, in English and French, from 3pm to midnight.  

In Hoopla, if you search “French” and limit the results to French language, you will see books, movies and television available in French.

Overdrive (Libby) is a great place to find eBooks and eAudiobooks. If you use the advanced search, you can limit by language to find the materials available in French.


For more distance learning and entertainment resources for kids, click here.  

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