Souhaits pour Noël
Find out what happens when Lolly and Larkin set off on an amazing adventure with Plume Blanche, the snow goose...
Mrs Christmas gives the children a list of 12 animals and sets them the task of finding out what they would like for Christmas, with surprising results!
Où est le Père Noël?
Join Santa's grandchildren, Lolly and Larkin, in their third Christmas adventure as they set out to find Santa!
It's a lovely story for acting out and practising the names of the rooms in the house - hidden puppies and noisy gnomes add to the fun!
Le Bonhomme de Pain d'Épice
A beautifully illustrated animated version, narrated by a lively native French speaker.
The story is suitable for young learners of French at Key Stage 2 and is supported by a range of linked resources including printable books, puppet and mask templates, interactive whiteboard resources and an image bank.
A series of 14 lesson plans based on a Thinking Skills approach to language learning also complement the resource.
Petit Chaperon Rouge
A funny reworking of the traditional tale of Little Red Riding Hood in French, complete with a choice of three endings.
Simple navigation controls allow the narration to be paused and replayed, and the text is highlighted as it is read.
Le Navet Géant
A lively adaptation of the traditional tale written by Aleksey Nikolayevich Tolstoy 110 years ago!
The repetitive nature of the story makes it a great one for joining in, acting out - and maybe even having a bit of a jig along to the music!
The complete story is now free!
Antonio va à l'école
Jules et Luce vont à l'école en autobus...!
Have fun practising the sounds of French with these two simple poems, complete with printables and Smart Notebook resources.
Je Voudrais un Animal
A lively story about a boy who really really wants a pet.... It's also a great way to practise sentence structure, asking questions, expressing preferences ....as well as looking at gender, adjectives and adjectival agreement - and it's fun!
A range of additional resources accompany the story, including printable books, flashcards, word mats and Smart Notebook activities.
Freedom - La Liberté
A poem with simple images of Freedom as seen through the eyes of a child. It's ideal to use as a framework for pupils to write their own poem - and a lovely activity for the summer term!
Enjoy this simple, relaxing story about a picnic which gradually unfolds as vocabulary is introduced item by item to a musical accompaniment!
The story is about a picnic, but as it’s a very posh one with full table settings (including napkins!) it’s equally suitable for use in café or restaurant topics or daily routines.
L'Incroyable Histoire de Jacques et des Haricots Magiques
Adventurous young Jacques stars in a traditional tale with a twist in this fully animated, engaging story for young learners of French.