These are good maths sheets. My mother uses them with her primary maths recovery children because sometimes they don't get the concepts and she reckons the French do it slightly differently.
A lot of the language and cultural development will come from books though so if you want to wait for her to be reading fluently in Emglish that may need to wait a while. If it's any help Fremch is often easier to learn to read as it's phonetically regular.
That's what I that about the GS stuff, although the complication is that I don't want to teach her to read in French until she is really confident in English, and she is neither very able nor very motivated when it comes to academic stuff. That's why I thought I would focus on maths and things like RE, where I read for her and she does art work etc. Any advice welcome!
Actually, would either of you have any ideas for good websites I could use? I find that there are far fewer websites for French educational stuff than for English. There is brillian stuff on there for English educational acitivities, but maybe I just haven't found the good French stuff.
Hi. I have a DD in y1 who is French/English and attends an English school. to keep her French going we are trying to do similar topics at home in French as they do at school in English. However, I cannot work out which would be the appropriate year group to google when looking online for French activities. I have tried CM1, which looks very advanced to me.