The other day I overheard a cute conversation between my 8-year-old daughter and her friends discussing where in the world they would go, if they could go anywhere. There was a clear winner in destinations – Paris.
“It just looks so BEAUTIFUL!”
“I want to see the Eiffel Tower!”
“I want to climb to the top of the Eiffel Tower!”
“They speak a fancy language!”
And I couldn’t agree with them more.
In our household, we also have the Fancy Nancy book series to thank for the interest in French culture. Because, as fellow Fancy Nancy fans know, everything in French sounds fancy.
So imagine my daughters’ delight when I shared with them a series of Jacadi French lessons for kids recently launched on the Jacadi (pronounced jack-uh-dee) website. Free lessons on French culture? Oui! Oui! Sounds fun!
Jacadi invites you to bring your family together this back-to-school season and explore fun lessons on the difference between French and American cultures with topics like common words, things, currency and famous structures.
My daughters love learning new French words like these on their We Say They Say page:
Teaching about other cultures is such a fun activity for the entire family. It’s amazing to watch kids’ eyes light up when they learn about how other people live in another country.
It’s like watching their view of the world expand right before your very own eyes.
It’s All About Famille
And speaking of family, the French cherish their culture and cultural values and Jacadi is a brand driven by strong values rooted in famille (family) values.
Jacadi respects family values from generation to generation and passes down this authentic heritage in their timeless children’s fashions.
I encourage you to check out their darling French lessons for kids. Your children will be delighted to learn more about how the French live and might be inspired as well by some of their back-to-school fashions, or excusez-moi, modes.
Now go get schooled!