About This Blog

The purpose of this blog is to provide resources and support for parents with children in Grade 1 French Immersion.

I developed this blog to become a resource for parents of young students in French Immersion.   It can be overwhelming to help your child learn a second language when you don’t know the language yourself.  I hope you find this blog a useful tool to support your budding language learner.  If there is anything I can add to help you, please leave a comment and I will do my best to add content based on your needs.

In case you were wondering… what is a blog?  Well, have a look at the video below to explain blogs “in plain English”.


4 responses to “About This Blog

  1. Hi there – stumbled on your blog looking for resources as our English speaking daughter is doing late immersion – she is in Grade Two this fall, and just starting in the French system. She’s been in love with all the songs you have on your site, and I think the singing and just hearing French will help her with her confidence when she starts. Thank-you so much!

    • Thanks for your comment Kristen! I love hearing the ways people are using my blog. You may want to follow my Kindergarten blog starting in September, I will be posting more songs and poems as we learn them. The web address is laclassedemmerobinson.wordpress.com


  2. I am beginning to teach grade 1 French immersion in September. Just wondering if you know of the AIM language learning program and if you had any feedback. Any other “favorite” resources are appreciated!

    • Yes I’ve heard of it! I once found two of the movies that go with it in a thrift store. I’ve never used it but I like the premise of it (using actions etc.). I try to incorporate actions as much as possible. For this reason I really like the jolly phonics program in French.

      Mme Robinson

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