French Words for Kids - Learn to Pronounce and Write French Words with Dictée Muette Montessori
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★Dictée Muette Montessori is an immersive French Language Learning application for learning to write 240 basic French words based on the Montessori learning method.
The audio function - letters and words are read aloud by a Native French speaker - reinforces skills in spoken and written French.
English Translation is available for all words.
That tool is ideal for young native French or bilingual speakers and a great learning tool for learners of French as a foreign language.
L'Escapadou is a maker of high quality learning games including Montessori Crosswords, an educational app with an average rating of 4 stars, which was mentioned in The New York Times and Wired's Geek Dad.
★240 French words to build using the movable alphabet
★For each word, a picture is available as well as the French and English audio pronunciation
★Written French solutions are available on-demand
★The French phonic associated with a letter is played when the letter is touched in the Mobile Alphabet
★Pick any of the 4 levels to display words according to their phonetic difficulty (3 levels)
★A standalone Mobile Alphabet is also provided to build all the words you want and have fun with letters!
★3 Fonts are provided : cursive, lowercase and capital print
★21 fun and interactive visual effects to play with when a word has been completed!
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-- A description of the app in French is also provided, see below --
★Adaptée d’une activé éducative Montessori, cette application permet à vos enfants de 3 à 7/8 ans d’écrire leurs premiers mots et de perfectionner leur orthographe en s’amusant !
L’application comprend 240 mots avec illustration et prononciation audio, ainsi que l'adaptation du fameux alphabet mobile Montessori, dont toutes les lettres sont dotées d’une fonction sonore pour écouter le son qui leur est le plus couramment associé.
★Qu’est-ce que mes enfants vont apprendre ?
Pour les plus jeunes :
➜ Apprentissage de l’alphabet
➜ Association du son et des lettres (on entend le phonème le plus courant de chaque lettre quand on la touche)
➜ Apprentissage des différents types de lettres (cursive, script minuscule et majuscule)
➜ Initiation à l’écriture (association de plusieurs sons/lettres pour former un mot) avec des mots simples phonétiquement
Pour les plus avancés :
➜ Renforcement de l’orthographe avec des mots plus complexes
★Mais ils vont aussi s’amuser ?
Oui! De plus, les enfants aiment déplacer avec les lettres qui s’animent lorsqu’on les manipule, et adorent les 21 animations interactives qui s’affichent lorsqu’on a fini d’écrire un mot !
En résumé :
★ 240 mots avec images et prononciation
★ Son des letters (phonème)
★ Choix des mots selon leur difficulté (3 niveaux)
★ Des conseils détaillés pour l’utilisation pédagogique du jeu
★ 21 effets visuels interactifs et colorés (comme un feu d’artifice étoilé) affichés lorsqu’on a fini d’écrire un mot. Vous pouvez interagir avec ces effets en touchant l’écran !
★ L’Alphabet mobile Montessori est aussi utilisable en activé libre pour s’amuser avec les lettres et construire tous les mots que l’on veut.
★ Choix de l’alphabet : cursif, minuscule, majuscule
hearing and saying the alphabet and words
I have bought thousands of french books, apps, etc. One thing I figured out fast was if you didn't have audio and didn't know how to say the french alphabet that you can't learn french. I have no idea how to speak french. Why they put French in the "Romance Languages" like spanish and italian is confusing because with spanish and italian you can sound the words out. With French the sound of the alphabet is different. The letter "h" has NO sound. "i" with all the accents basically all sound very similar. There is no "U" in the French alphabet but there is another letter that makes the U sound (I think it's e). This program can help anyone from 1-99. Again if you don't know where to start and have no idea how to pronouce the french alphabet, flash cards are going to do nothing for you. I got a program that would say a sentence. They went so fast I couldn't understand it.
This is a great way to learn the french alphabet and small words. Example. Ace (a card) sound lik As in french. The ACE in english the e makes the A say its name. In french AS (ace card) sounds like "ah s". This is a program for beginners if you have no idea how to sound the FRENCH alphabet. Now if you'll excuse me I need to start on the books and apps that have been collecting dust for 10 year because now I know how the alphabet is pronouced. Very easy program to follow. EXCELLENT, GREAT, TERRIFIC
Not for Pre-K & Not Good for Learning French
I have been searching and searching for a language app for my 4 y.o. (and myself) so we can together learn the french language. Unfornately only after making the purchase and opening the application, did i discover that is primarily focused on spelling words in french. Which assumes you already know the language, and know how to spell or read french.
It is only helpful in one way to click on a letter and hear it pronounce. No words are created for you. There are no options for English to French translation or other languange translations to French. This app target customer are already french speakers over 6 years old. Not for beginners.
Great for young and old!
A great way to play with words! Love the coded Montessori moveable alphabet too! I plan to use in with my 9-12 Montessori classroom for mastering some basic vocabulary. Would like to see some articles attached to nouns in the future.