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French Language Course for Kids


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Help your kid gain the essential multilingual skills with the world-class learning experience | The DELF PRIM is divided into 3 levels A1.1, A1, and A2, reciprocal to the Common European of Reference of Languages (CEFR) | Customized Curriculum designed for kids aged 5-12 years | Exam guidance to ace the global French Exams for kids

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French Language Course for Kids

Henry Harvin French Language Course for Kids is designed by Industry experts in accordance with Kid’s interests and Language goals. It is curated by language experts to offer high-quality language lessons to boost the language skills of your kid. The curriculum is specially tailored according to the age group and kids' pace of learning, to fulfill the needs and captivate the attention.

The French Course for Kids will help your Kid ace the DELF PRIM diploma of French Language for Kids through:

  • Special mentoring and Attention to each Candidate
  • Regular Assignments and Activities
  • Regular Tracking of Kids’ progress 
  • Batches with fewer Participants

DELF PRIM A1.1, A1 &  A2 

Demonstrate French Language Skills. Learn the Alphabet, colors, directions, body parts, and more. These certifications are designed for kids aged between 5 to 12 years.

DELF Junior A1                                                                                                                        
This level is designed to include themes that can be effective for young students. This course will prepare the candidate for the DELF Junior A1 exam.

DELF Junior A2

Master the French Language topics such as self-introduction express a decision, and Grammar such as Future Tenses, Preposition, Pronouns, and more

DELF Junior B1

This level will embrace the skills to hold fluent interactions in the French Language. It will help the candidates gain knowledge of French for personal, school, academic, or professional purposes

DELF Junior B2

This level will equip the candidates with fluency and spontaneity in general interactions. This is the highest level of DELF Junior Exam. Ace the DELF Junior B2 exam and get an official diploma, recognized worldwide

Learning benefits of French language course for Kids

  • Enhance cognitive skills and improve brain development
  • Broaden cultural horizons and get connected to the people globally
  • French, a language that leads to improve academic performance
  • Learning French makes other languages easier to learn
  • Improve Critical Thinking Skills and Problem-solving Skills
  • It boosts brain power and increases Self-confidence  
  • Builds key important emotional capacities and components of Emotional Intelligence 
  • Become Socially Developed and flourish in group activities 
  • Opens the door to other languages

Duration & Fee Structure






30 Hours

INR 12000/-


30 Hours

INR 12000/-


40 Hours

INR 14000/-


40 Hours

INR 14000/-

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French Language Course for Kids Curriculum


  • Alphabet
  • Counting
  • Fruits & Vegetables
  • Salutations
  • Colors
  • Classroom Objects
  • What is this? Who is this?
  • Say what is one doing
  • Expressing your likes and dislikes
    Days of the weeks and months of the year
  • Directions & Prepositions
  • Where do you live?
  • My House & Room
  • Family
  • Animals & Birds 
  • Verbs & Sentence Structure
  • Write a Post Card
  • Body Parts
  • Describe yourself and Someone
  • Picnic
  • Foods & Drinks
  • Clothes
  • Seasons & Weather 
  • Festivals 
  • Means of Transport
  • Listening, Speaking Writing & Reading Activities
  • French SOngs and Puppet Shows 
  • DELF Preparation
  • Number (21 to 100)
  • Time
  • Country, Nationality & Language
  • Subjects
  • Describing Someone 
  • Classroom Activities
  • Shops 
  • In the Town
  • Currency
  • Zoo
  • Expressions & Idioms associated with animals
  • Musical Instruments
  • Sports
  • Hobbies
  • Things you are in the process of doing
  • Things you are afraid of
  • Vacations
  • What do you put in your suitcase?
  • Festivals
  • Verbs & Tenses
  • Possessive adjectives
  • Masculine and Feminine 
  • Singular & Plural
  • Negation
  • French Culture 
  • Role Play
  • Listening, Speaking, Writing & Reading activities


  • Describe a person
  • Qualificative Adjectives
  • Possessive Adjectives
  • Relative Pronouns
  • The Heroes of Today & Earlier
  • School
  • Habits
  • Ask and Give Information
  • Social Media
  • Connectors
  • Irregular Verbs
  • Compare & Classify objects and people
  • Ask & Tell the price of something
  • Ask & Give an opinion
  • Express opposition
  • Demonstrative Adjectives & Prepositions
  • Music
  • Shopping
  • Narrate a Story
  • Past Tense
  • Express Emotions & Feelings
  • Imperfect Tense
  • Simple Future Tense
  • Material Description
  • Express an Objective
  • Nature
  •  School Subjects
  •  Recycling
  •  Present Conditional Tense
  •  Express a wish & objective
  •  Professions
  •  Listening, Speaking, Reading & Writing Activities
  •  Alphabet & Counting
  •  Greetings
  •  Days of the Week & Months of the year
  •  Definite and indefinite articles
  •  Introduce yourself
  •  Auxiliary verbs (to be/to have)
  •  Genders (masculine/feminine)
  •  Plural form
  •  Possessive adjectives (my, your, his/her…)
  •  Regular verbs at the present tense (-er verbs)
  •  Understand and give directions
  •  Speak about the weather
  •  “on” pronoun
  •  Negation
  •  Say the time
  •  Suggest an outing
  •  Buy in shops
  •  Prepositions of location (in, on, next to, in front of…)
  •  Demonstrative adjectives (this, that)
  •  Understand a menu/Order at a restaurant
  •  Ask questions
  •  Answering a negative question
  •  Futur Proche (future tense)
  •  Indicate a quantity
  •  Speak about the future
  •  Make a positive/negative comment
  •  Describe someone
  •  Reflexive verbs
  •  Imperative Form
  •  Passé Composé (past tense)
  •  Direct & Indirect pronouns
  •  Talk about your studies
  •  Give an advice, order
  •  Do your grocery shopping
  •  Contracted & Partitive articles
  •  Speak about the past
  •  Talk about a duration
  •  Présent Continu (Present continuous)
  •  Listening, Speaking, Reading & Writing Activities
  •  Speak about the sport you enjoy doing
  •  Self Introduction
  •  Give an advice
  •  Speak about your goals
  •  Express a decision
  •  Futur Simple (Future tense) & Hypothesis in the future
  •  The negative imperative
  •  Express a cause/reason and a purpose
  •  Express frequency
  •  Describe your home
  •  Understand an advertisement
  •  Give directions
  •  Make a comparison & Explain a choice
  •  Present tense
  •  Prepositions
  •  Relative pronouns
  •  Comparative/Superlative
  •  Make a description
  •  Indicate a chronology
  •  Understand a biography
  •  Speak about a life-changing event
  •  Explain a problem/give solutions
  •  Le Passé composé and l’Imparfait (past tenses)
  •  « Il y a » / « Pendant »
  •  Cause, Reason, Consequence, Express a certitude & Express wishes
  •  Give an opinion
  •  How to avoid repetitions
  •  Adverbs of manner
  •  Subjonctive form
  •  Conditional Tense
  •  Irregular verbs
  •  Describe a place
  •  Ask questions about an object
  •  Describe material
  •  Indefinite adjectives (tout/toute/chaque/quelques)
  •  Opposition/Concession
  •  Interrogative & Demonstrative pronouns
  •  Gerundive form
  •  Understand a Written/ Oral advertisement
  •  Reading, Writing, Speaking & Listening activities


  •  Speak about relationships
  •  Express your interest/purpose/obligation/permission
  •  Describe an accommodation
  •  Speak about your family
  •  Reflexive verbs at past tense
  •  Talk about an anecdote
  •  Indicative/Subjonctive
  •  Comparative/Superlative
  •  Plus-que-parfait (past tense)
  •  Place of adjectives
  •  Talk about consumption
  •  The active & passive form
  •  Adverbs
  •  Talk about cultural diversity
  •  Talk about living abroad
  •  Talk about two different events in the past
  •  Write an article
  •  Debate
  •  Future tenses
  •  Present and Past Conditional
  •  Talk about travels & Organise a trip
  •  Make an interview
  •  Talk about recycling
  •  Organize & Report a speech
  •  Make propositions to improve a city
  •  Make a complaint
  •  Gerundive & Present participle
  •  Formal questions
  •  Talk about sports and wellbeing
  •  Talk about reading & Write a biography
  •  Express your taste in art & Describe a piece of art
  •  La mise en relief (ce qui…c’est)
  •  Imagine a different past
  •  Listening Activities
  •  Speaking Activities
  •  Writing Activities
  •  Reading Activities
  •  DELF Preparations


  •  Talk about France and the French
  •  Understand a radio debate
  •  Understand a biography & a television news report
  •  Talk about learning a foreign language & anglicisms
  •  Understand a satirical drawing
  •  Declarative words
  •  Reported speech in the past
  •  Understand newspapers headlines
  •  Come to an agreement
  •  Write a short article
  •  Talk about travels
  •  Understand a movie trailer
  •  Present historical French figures
  •  React to an article
  •  Talk about health
  •  The past tenses (Passé Composé/Imparfait/Plusque-parfait)
  •  Verbal adjectives
  •  Talk about the environment/global warming
  •  Understand a TV report
  •  Talk about cooking
  •  Describe food habits
  •  Personal & Relative pronouns
  •  Talk about your impressions of France
  •  Use proverbs
  •  Write a complaint letter
  •  Compare your country to France
  •  Talk about technology, Video Games
  •  Talk about fashion
  •  Present a book
  •  Talk about your dreams
  •  DELF Preparations 

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Commonly Asked Questions

Learning French isn't going to be as difficult as you think. In fact, it's a language that is much easier to achieve fluency in than you would have ever expected.

One of the most important things to do when you start learning French is to understand basic vocabulary, phrases, and numbers. Beginners usually start practicing words that will help them when meeting French people, ask basic questions, and introduce themselves.

Overall, the hardest thing about learning French is oral comprehension (listening). This is due to variations in vernacular, the urgency of listening, our brains' resistance to the spoken word, and silent letters.

French is not as hard to learn as it is considered by most people, especially when compared to English. In fact, it is a language that's much easier to achieve fluency in than you'd have ever expected. English is inconsistent when it comes to pronunciation.



The French language tends to be difficult to pronounce at first because there are simply sounds that native English speakers aren't used to making. To begin with, French is more evenly stressed. This means that while some parts of a word are stressed, it's not as distinct as in English.


You're in the right place! You can learn a new language at any age. You don't need to be a toddler, or a kindergartener, or some other “magic age”, to become fluent in more than one language. But there are still plenty of reasons to start your children on the path to bilingualism from an early age.



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