This year we will be offering three classes for those aged eight and under:
Les amis for ages 6 to 8. The emphasis is on oral communication through games, songs, role-play and crafts, to develop the children's communicative skills and to give them confidence to use the French language in practical situations.
Les petits amis for ages 3 to 5. These weekly hour and a half classes are designed to expose children to French and help them gain some understanding of the language through songs, games, stories and cartoons. The class will focus on the two oral skills: comprehension and expression.
Les petits bambins - a parent/child class for those aged 18 months to 3 years. One hour per week your child will receive general exposure to the French language through songs, games and stories. Contact the office as soon as possible if you are interested in this class.
Classes run for 30 weeks from September to June.
New this year!!
French Interactive Theater for Children for ages 8 to 12 (all levels of French). Two hours twice a month, your child will learn and practice French through oral exercises, playing theater games and memorization of short dialogues in French. Teacher, Alison Whismore, is a professional actress who speaks French as a native speaker.
We aim to give children the confidence to later increase these skills to start reading and writing in French and to use the language in practical situations. Our teachers are native or near-native French speakers and strive to make the classes fun and stimulating for all ages. Small class size ensures that each child receives maximum individual attention.
Click on the links above for specific details and a registration form for each class
All classes are held at Alliance Française de Sacramento, 1721 25th Street, Sacramento, CA 95816. (916) 453-1723 email@example.com
If you wish to enroll your child or children, please fill out the registration form for the specific class you are interested in and mail it with your check to the Alliance. Our classes for children teach beginners and more advanced students. Call the office if you have questions.