Our one hour class is designed for kids 3 to 6 years old. No prior experience of French is needed.
COVID - 19 Closure (updated on 5/7/2020) : following the latest "stay at home" order by Governor Northam, our location is currently closed. The Spring session is offered online to enrolled participants only and will end on June 20. Enrollment for online summer session (June 27-August 29) is now open. Click link below to reserve your spot!
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CLASS FORMAT : ONE HOUR OF
PLAY-BASED FRENCH IMMERSION
Our class is divided into five sections and follows the same format each week.
1- Circle time and intro song
2 - Storytelling and theme introduction
3 - Song and movement, games or role play
4- Arts and crafts
5- French snack ( goûter) and goodbye song
Follow the adventures of Coco in Paris!
Le petit déj
Coco started his day with a French breakfast : croissants, pain au chocolat and coffee.
Coco en metro
Coco took the Paris metro to visit major landmarks. Did you know the first line opened without ceremony on 19 July 1900 during the World's Fair (Exposition Universelle)?
Coco au Louvre
He visited the famous museum and saw the Mona Lisa. The Louvre is the most visited museum in the world with 9.6 million visitors in 2019.
Le goûter de Coco
Coco stopped at a bakery to enjoy flan parisien and other treats. French pastries are commonly enjoyed by children as mid-afternoon snack, or goûter.
Passage du Caire
Coco avoided the rain and cut through the Montorgueil neighborhood by walking through the Passage du Caire. Built in 1798, it is the oldest covered arcade in Paris. The arcade is known for being the longest and narrowest in Paris.
Le Pont Neuf
Coco ended his day by enjoying the views of the Seine river on the Pont Neuf. Want to learn mors about his adventures in the city of Lights? Check our blog for more details!