French activities for kids


Our selection of French activities for kids to enjoy from home

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Il était une fois Vancouver is a theatrical performance of a tales, for families in British Columbia and beyond.

Every Saturday, participate in activities for children at the library. Have fun and practice your French!

As an Alliance Française Member, enjoy for free Culturethèque, an amazing online library with thousands of books, comics, magazines and more... including a selection for kids!

Read & Listen to Amazing Stories in French

The website gathers all the storytelling times on video or audio format !

Une Histoire et... Oli is a new audio series by France Inter showcases storytellings for the 5 to 7 years old, imagined and told by several authors.

Ulysse, Athena, Thor, Anubis, King Arthur and more... The French podcast "Quelle histoire" makes you discover myths and legends from the World as you never heard it before!

(Re)discover the adventures of the belgium journalist Tintin in a great podcast produced by France Culture and La Comédie Française

Follow"Le Petit Nicolas" in new stories to read for free!

Cook, sing and Play

From Monday to Friday, Chef Bambino sends you by email a new cooking activity to follow with your kids! Cooking recipes, creative workshops, games, quizzes...

The YouTube channel "Les Patapons" offers a large choice of nursery rhymes and songs in HD for kids...and for all!

Enjoy this interactive travel in the world of Fantasy with The Realm of Istyald, a game developed by La Bibliothèque Nationale de France.

Learn & Discuss

Welcome to Juniors, the website of La Cité des sciences et de l'industrie: games, interactive activities and videos for the 9-14 years old.

Every Saturday, the podcast Salut L'info ! presents and explains the News in French. Kids share their recommendation of the week, their problems or jokes that make them laugh!

RFI Savoirs helps listeners keep up with French, to improve knowledge of a language they regularly need in their work, or simply for people who love French and the values it conveys.