More French Songs for Young Learners from Whistlefritz

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As many of you know, French is the language my husband is currently learning, so I figured it was only appropriate to teach my kids. I have previously reviewed Whistlefritz’s French DVD Inside and Out – Dedans et Dehors and French CD Cha, Cha, Cha. My kids love listening to the Cha, Cha, Cha songs, so they were super excited to hear that a new CD was coming out.


Allons Danser! – Let’s Dance is the newest French CD featuring music performed by internationally-acclaimed French artists Marie-Louise Desage and Didier Prossaird. Young French language learners will enjoy dancing and singing along to these catchy tunes.


Allons Danser!


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Inspire Young Minds to Learn French with Music


Are you trying to teach your child a new language? Whistlefritz is here to help you! My husband is in the process of learning French, so I thought it would be good for the kids to learn. My kids are 4 & 5 and I think one of the best ways to immerse my kids in the language would be through kids songs that they can sing along with.


I was sent Cha, Cha, Cha which is a 15-song collection from Whistlefritz the award-winning producers of language immersion CDs and DVDs for children. There are some traditional songs as well as songs about numbers, the days of the week, the months, and the seasons. The songs are performed by acclaimed singer Lynn Véronneau and set to Latin and Caribbean rhythms by versatile bandleader and composer Didier Prossaird.





Winner of a National Parenting Publications Awards (NAPPA) GOLD Award. Winner of a Mom’s Choice GOLD Award. Named one of the Best 10 Audio-Visual programs of 2012 by Dr. Toy. Winner of The National Parenting Center’s 2012 Seal of Approval. Recommended by the Parents’ Choice Foundation.


When I first turned the music on, my son said, “What is this?” He was frustrated that he didn’t understand the words, so I had to explain to him that it was in French and that he would be able to learn French based on the songs. My 5 year old was stubborn and insisted that he didn’t know any of the words so I told him to just listen. A little later he said, “They are counting in French!” I knew he would catch on pretty quickly. My kids like listening to the music and I look forward to them being able to sing along and know what they are singing.


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