Here are some fun downloadable French-language activities from several national organizations with mandates to promote Canada’s official languages:
- Canadian Parents for French
- French for the Future
- Office of the Commissioner of Official Languages
Canadian Parents for French
CPF National’s K-Gr 2 Activity Workbook
This workbook is for both parents and young children. It is filled with fun and simple activities that introduce French to children. There are also questions and answers on each page about French-second-language (FSL) education. Download the workbook here
CPF National’s Learn-at-Home Activity Booklet
This fun 6-page activity booklet introduces vocabulary and language, encouraging learning on the theme of home and community, exploring personal interests and skill development. Download it here or a selection of individual pages below.
Bingo du quartier (Neighbourhood Bingo)
CPF National’s Learning Activity Sheets are a great way to discover new French vocabulary and while safely enjoying fresh air and exercise. Download Bingo du quartier (Neighbourhood Bingo) here.
Chasse au trésor (Treasure Hunt)
CPF National’s Learning Activity Sheets are a great way to discover new French vocabulary and while safely enjoying fresh air and exercise. Download Chasse au trésor (Treasure Hunt) here.
On your marks, get set, disconnect (débranchez)! Discover 15 things to do instead of video games with this fun Activity Sheet from CPF National! Download it here.
French for the Future
Office of the Commissioner of Official Languages
Origami fortune-teller game
Children of all ages can have fun printing, making and playing this origami game while improving their French-language skills! Download it here.