Your children may not realize quite yet, but being able to read in another language is a very special super power. It will allow them to understand things from a different perspective and as Dr Seuss says, “The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.”
Boukili – A free illustrated children’s book app! This is one of my go to’s for students in Jk to grade 6 or 7. It’s very interactive, easy to use and over all just well done.
Radio-Canada: Zone Jeunesse – Here is a series of blogs for kids on CBC Jeunesse. I like to use this our students in grade 5-8. They are nicely organized into categories and there is also a video blog.
Raz+ – This one is more made more for teachers and it includes fiction and non-fiction levelled French books and also corresponding exercises and work pages. This page isn’t free to use however they have a free trial in which you can download and print lots out in that time 🙂 This is more useful for younger students, around JK-grade 2.
Lawless French- I mainly use this website for looking up grammar points quickly, however they do have a reading section with nicely levelled articles as well!
Lastly, for our older students, I like to recommend to them to seek out their favourite English books for a re-read in French. For example, Harry Potter is a very popular one and a few years ago the Hunger Games series was all the rage!