French Curriculum for Homeschool or Classroom

Teach French Lessons in your homeschool! Nallenart makes it easy, even if you have no experience teaching French!

My designed-for-homeschool French curriculum is available at three levels:

All prices are in Canadian dollars.



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12 Responses to French Curriculum for Homeschool and Classroom

  • Hi!
    I’m Vietnamese, and my family will move to Quebec. I have 4 kids, aged 14, 11, 8 & 4. Their French is zero, and my competence is basic.
    I wish to teach French to them as much as possible before immigrating.
    Are your plans appropriate? Downloadables are preferred.
    Thank you & Looking forward to hearing from you soonest.
    David DOAN V. Thang

    • Yes, our curriculum will give your family a great introduction to French, and all levels are available as downloadables.

  • I am teaching French 1 to High School students and I would like to know if your books would be helpful for this level. Thank you!

    • Our high school level, L’Art d’Ecrire, assumes that students have prior French instruction. If your students are starting from the beginning, you can pull lessons from L’Art de Lire and fulfill your requirements by working your way up to the high school material.

  • Hello,
    I have a daughter in grade 8 and am now looking into highschool requirements for obtaining an OSSD. I have recently learned that she will need a grade 9 French credit to graduate in Ont. I have mistakenly not taught any French in our homeschooling this far! I’m concerned that I’ve made a big mistake! Should I still jump in and start with the beginning level French? Is there any way to fast track the curriculum? I appreciate any input/advice you may have for me!

    Thank you!

    • I recommend you start at the beginning of L’Art de lire and just let her work through the program as fast as she can. Many parents have done this with great success. Listening to the audio files and going through the workbooks will give her a good preparation for high school level work. If you decide to homeschool your high school French course, L’Art d’ECRIRE contains documentation that shows how it fits the Ministry of Ed requirements for Grade 9 Core French in Ontario.

  • Please add this student book to my first order placed moments ago, for one kit level one. I have two kids and think each will need a student text. Do you agree? I just don’t want to pay shipping for this one extra booklet when you could add it in with my first order. That ok to combine so that I only incur one shipping charge?
    Thanks, Heather

    • Hi Heather. Yes, each student should have a workbook. I will refund the shipping charges for the second order and send it along with your first order.


  • How close to bi-lingual will my child be upon completion? I live in NB, Canada.

    • Hi Lesley. That’s a tough question to answer, as I’m not familiar with the NB curriculum. Level 6 is comparable to Grade 8 here in Ontario. As with anything else though, the level of accomplishment will depend on how much is put into practicing to attain mastery of the material.


  • Hello, I’m excited to get started with your French lesson I just ordered. I’m grateful for these lessons. However I’m not sure how to save the downloaded voice parts so we can continue listening. I listen to one of the downloads and they disappeared after. Can you help me on how to dl/save so I can have in/on my windows file?

    • Hi Jan. If you right click on the link, a popup menu will appear. Click on the option “Save file as…” Be sure to remember the folder where you save the file. You should make a new folder just for your audio files. Hope this helps! 🙂


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