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High Five French Pack 1

French for children: learn with Emma and Mathilde.

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Introduce your son or daughter to the French language: join learner Emma and native French speaker Mathilde in this innovative video and audio resource created especially for younger learners.

About the course

High Five French is a course aimed at younger learners of French. It features lively and enjoyable video and audio materials, activity sheets and challenges to encourage children to develop their confidence in speaking and understanding French. Through the short video lessons and audio podcasts, your child will be introduced to the French language and build his or her comprehension gradually through the carefully designed course.

What's involved

The course features forty lessons covering a range of common topics and language structures such as greetings, names, numbers, birthdays, days of the week, family, directions, clothes, likes and dislikes, sports, food and much more. Your child will learn to use French words and phrases by following Emma and Mathilde in the lessons.

Each lesson contains:

Video episode

The video episodes are the main focus of each lesson. In the videos, Emma and Mathilde present the language, encouraging your child to try to repeat the words and phrases. The video episodes are around just four or five minutes long, so your child can watch them over and over again, consolidating the language all the time.

The Radio Show

In addition to the video episode, we’ve also included an audio podcast which gives your child the chance to practise the words and phrases covered in the video lessons further. The Radio Show also features a musical review and bonus words and phrases.

Activity Sheets

The Activity Sheets provide written exercises in the form of puzzles, games and matching activities. The sheets have been designed in line with the rest of the series and are colourful and enjoyable to complete.

Notes for parents

Each lesson comes with notes for parents which include detailed explanations of all the words and phrases featured in the lessons, close-up notes on the patterns and any grammar points included, and everything you need to help your child learn the language.


Try it for yourself!

You'll notice that in the curriculum below you can preview all the elements of lesson one, so you can try the course with your children!

In this pack:

  1. Bonjour - learn greetings
  2. Comment t'appelles-tu? - introducing yourself
  3. Comment ça va? - asking people "how are you" and answering this question
  4. Quel âge as-tu? - taking about ages and numbers up to 12
  5. Les Nombres - numbers beyond 12
  6. L'alphabet - using the alphabet and spelling in French
  7. Les Couleurs - learning the colours in French
  8. Les Fruits - learning about fruits in French
  9. Le Jardin - talking about the garden in French
  10. À Paris - Mathilde takes a trip to Paris


Your Instructor


Radio Lingua
Radio Lingua

The team at Radio Lingua includes language teachers, native speakers and host learners, making your experience learning a language fun and enjoyable. You can be sure that every course has been carefully written by experienced teachers to ensure you progress steadily through the lessons.


Class Outline



Frequently Asked Questions


When does the course start and finish?
The course starts now and never ends! It is a completely self-paced online course - you decide when you start and when you finish.
How long do I have access to the course?
This is a recurring subscription, so you will have access for as long as you continue to pay the subscription. Access continues until the end of the subscription period. You can cancel at any time.
Is it all online or can I download materials?
The videos are streaming only, but you can download the audio files (the Radio Show) to use on the go. For example, you can learn in the car with your children. In addition you can download and print the activity sheets and the transcript. All other materials can be accessed on the course website.

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