20 Best Websites for Teaching French

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Introducing a world language can truly enrich our students’ lives. Whether you’re teaching online or in-person, you may be looking for resources to enhance your stellar curriculum. We’ve done the research and have come up with this list of the best websites for teaching French to all levels and ages of students!

Best Websites for Teaching French for Elementary School

DinoLingo

French lessons, games, books, children’s songs, flashcards, and even worksheets!

FluentIn3Months

Benny the Irish Polyglot guides young learners through lessons and resources to gain fluency in French!

K12

This French Elementary course consists of 180 lesson days formatted in an intuitive calendar view.

L’Etoile

Websites for Teaching French

This curriculum follows the structure of the French Ministry of Education, which divides primary school into three cycles (Cycle 1: Preschool-K, Cycle 2: 1-3, and Cycle 3: 4-5) of education. This flexibility accommodates each child’s rate of development, resulting in split or combined classes. 

Outschool

This website offers a collection of French lessons for elementary school students of all levels.  

PBS French

The Learning French collection offers resources including interactive lessons, videos, audio clips, and more.

Time4Learning

Powered by Rosetta Stone, this immersive environment teaches students by connecting words and phrases with images through five levels, each consisting of four units.

Best Websites for Teaching French for Middle and High School 

Babbel

This approach immerses students in a new language through real-life dialogues that get them speaking right away

BBC

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Students can improve or brush up on basic French with these 24 interactive video units filmed around Lyons, the Alps, and in Provence.

Coucou

These culturally-savvy French lessons for high school kids are taught by native speakers in video group classes held seven days a week. 

Duolingo

Kids can learn French in just five minutes a day with these game-like lessons that cover reading, writing, and speaking. 

Fluenz

Tutors guide students through homeschool, immersion, and high school French programs including continuous assessment. 

iboux 

Students and native French teachers go through lessons (spread across six levels) online at their own pace and convenience.

JeFrench

Kids can learn basic French in just four months through weekly lessons on this site.

K12

This fun, interactive French course for middle school students represents an ideal blend of language learning pedagogy and online learning in four key areas: listening, speaking, reading, and writing.

Lingoda

These small group and private classes are offered by native-speaking, qualified teachers. 

Ouino

This customizable French language-learning program includes over 400 lessons and 1000 exercises divided in 5 different modules: Verbs & Conjugation, Building Blocks, Conversations, Pronunciation, and Vocabulary.

Pimsleur

Designed by Dr. Pimsleur, these French lessons include digital flashcards, speed round games, and more!

Rosetta Stone

Students will be immersed in real-life scenarios as they work through bite-sized lessons at their own pace. 

Udemy

Choose from a wide variety of French language and culture lessons for everything from complete beginners to advanced students. 

World Language Cafe

These online French activities will provide engaging lessons for students whether they are at home or in the classroom.

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20 Best Websites for Teaching French

Posted by Jeanne Croteau

Jeanne is a mother of six (including toddler twins!), writer, homeschooler, and social sciences professor. She loves cooking, reading, and dancing in her kitchen.

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