As parents, all we want is for our children to feel confident, successful and excited about learning French. Home learning is one of the most challenging struggles that parents of French students are facing today, especially when they don’t speak the language.
But learning at home doesn’t have to be a hair-pulling time that ends in frustration and tears - it can be a positive experience that leaves everyone in your family feeling proud and flourishing.
Try my three-step program, Learning At Home and see how you can transform your family’s home learning from stressful to successful through routines, systems and problem-solving strategies. I can help your family find happiness and excitement while learning French. Click the steps below to learn more!
what parents are saying
“What a lifesaver this was! I was exhausted from fighting with my kids every time it came to working on French homework and when I found Tia’s Learning At Home program it changed everything. My kids are actually coming home asking to work on their French activities and to teach me and my husband the things they learned. I really loved the Implement resources because they gave me a starting point as a parent who doesn’t speak French - things like the alphabet, numbers, verbs were all really helpful to me. If you are a parent who is tired of the homework battle, you absolutely must join this program!”
what parents are saying
“I’ve been looking everywhere for something just like this! My children don’t do well with workbooks and it has been a struggle to get them to practice French at home. The videos included in this program helped me understand what I need to do to get them in a learning mindset during homework time. My favourite part about the Learning At Home program is the creative activities and printable worksheets because my kids love them. I’ve even learned some French with them! I'm feeling a lot less stressed about homework and learning French now. Thanks so much for putting this together Tia.”
- JANICE C.
How does the Learning At Home program work?
When you register, you'll receive an email containing directions for accessing a Google Drive folder where you'll see all of the resources organized into folders (Learn, Implement, Flourish). You'll be able to watch the videos in the folders, download the resources and save what you want to in your Google Drive. It's really that simple!
What age group is Learning At Home best suited for?
With all of my resources, I don't always have a hard grade that they're suited for, but usually, I say for Core French anything from Grades 1 to 7, and then for French Immersion for grades 2-6. I know that sounds like QUITE the range, but I've been in the unique situation of teaching split grades for the last three years of my career, so all I have known when creating resources has been to make one resource and scaffold it based on the different grade ranges. I also have worked with enough students to realize that it is impossible to designate a resource for a specific grade as our children come to us with their own unique learning journeys.