Lundi matin, le roi, la reine et le p'tit prince Sont venus chez moi pour me…

Lundi matin, le roi, la reine et le p'tit prince Sont venus chez moi pour me…

"Bonjour, Monsieur" from Matt Maxwell's book "Let's Sing and Learn in French"--a short song introducing body parts via the expression "J'ai mal a..."  The simple video provides clear illustrations of the key vocabulary with onscreen lyrics.  My five-year-old thinks it's "tres drole"!

"Bonjour, Monsieur" from Matt Maxwell's book "Let's Sing and Learn in French"--a short song introducing body parts via the expression "J'ai mal a." The simple video provides clear illustrations of the key vocabulary with onscreen lyrics.

"Le printemps" from Matt Maxwell's book "Let's Sing and Learn in French"--a cute rhyming song about springtime images and activities.  The simple video provides clear illustrations of the key vocabulary with onscreen lyrics.

"Le printemps" from Matt Maxwell's book "Let's Sing and Learn in French"--a cute rhyming song about springtime images and activities. The simple video provides clear illustrations of the key vocabulary with onscreen lyrics.

"Café Crocodile" from Matt Maxwell's CD for students of French "Le Loup du Nord"--a rock-and-roll song about the animals who hang out at "Cafe Crocodile."  Each animal is described with a couple of phrases that rhyme.   The simple video provides clear illustrations of the key vocabulary with onscreen lyrics. My five-year-old thinks it's "tres drole"!

"Café Crocodile" from Matt Maxwell's CD -a rock-and-roll song about the animals who hang out at "Cafe Crocodile.

"Comment ca va?" by Juli Powers--a song introducing "How are you?" and possible responses in French.  The powerpoint-style illustrations offer cute photos of children depicting various emotions (stressed, excited, etc.)  Good video for vocabulary.

"Comment ca va?" by Juli Powers--a song introducing "How are you?" and possible responses in French. The powerpoint-style illustrations offer cute photos of children depicting various emotions (stressed, excited, etc.) Good video for vocabulary.

"Sur le pont d'Avignon" from Matt Maxwell's CD for students of French "Le Loup du Nord"--a fun version of the traditional song thanks to the inclusion of nontraditional participants (robots, singes, soucoupe-volantes), along with the stills from Grease and Dancing with the Stars.  My five-year-old laughed a lot the first time we watched it and called it "silly."

"Sur le pont d'Avignon" from Matt Maxwell's CD for students of French "Le Loup…

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