Welcome to Ma Puce, the ever-growing French for kids learning resource!
Ma Puce is an ever growing French for kids learning resource, primary aimed at helping parents help their 0 – 6 year old children learn French as a second language.
The aim of Ma Puce is to bring together the very best information, products and services from around the web on bilingualism and teaching kids French as a second language.
Ma Puce is also a French learning resource in its own right, with guides on how to get started with teaching your child French as a second language, French Vocabulary, language learning systems and even how to Start Your Own Kids French Singing Group, to name but a few useful features.
The Ma Puce Blog is a great way to keep up-to-date with the latest news and information on teaching French to young children.
In short, Ma Puce aims to provide everything parents need to give their children the best shot at being bilingually brilliant.
Helping a child learn a second language means helping them gain a very important asset. Alongside such benefits as opening doors into higher education and the business world, bilingualism also gives children a broader outlook in a world that modern technology is making increasingly ‘smaller’.
The best time to teach children a second language is the same time they are learning their first one. So Ma Puce focuses specifically on all the tools and information available to help children aged 0 – 6 years learn French.
Ma Puce is an ever-growing French for kids resource. Whenever we discover something that is useful or interesting, be it a children’s book, an app or a must-read feature on teaching French to children, we’ll let you know about it on Ma Puce.
We’ll also be regularly updating the site with our own content, including how to guides, tips and inspirational stories about parents teaching their children French as a second language.
Ways to stay in touch with Ma Puce:
Of course the Ma Puce website isn’t the only place you can connect with us, there’s also lots of other ways to get your regular fix of French for kids.
Follow @mapucebilingual on Twitter
Like Ma Puce on Facebook
Sign up to receive Ma Puce Newsletter updates direct to your email inbox
Err, what does Ma Puce mean?
And finally, a word on the website name: Ma Puce. The literal translation of ‘Ma Puce’ is ‘My Flea’, but it is commonly used as a term of endearment for children in France. So, it felt like a fitting name!
Feeling ready to get going? Why not check out our Step-By-Step Guide To Getting Started!