In this episode I’ll give you a few French words in baby talk and suggestions on how to find cute French songs for babies and toddlers! You’ll also hear my delightful daughter making animal sounds. And I’ll give you my thoughts about French traditional songs…
Note: Also listen to episode 112 for my favourite French books for babies / toddlers: www.frenchyourway.com.au/podcast112
Vocabulary and Spelling of the French Words mentioned in this episode
Coucou: peek a boo
Un bobo = a hurt, a boo boo
Le dodo = the sleep
Faire dodo = to sleep
Le lolo = le lait
Fais dodo, Colas mon Ptit Frere, Fais dodo, t’auras du lolo
Une comptine = a nursery rhyme
Une berceuse = a lullaby
Au Clair de la Lune
Rémi le roi des comptines
chanson à miner / à gestes
jeux de doigts
Dans la Ferme de Mathurin
Un escargot = a snail
Une baleine = a whale
Une fourmi = an ant
LINKS and RESOURCES
- Episode 112: French books for babies / toddlers
- VIDEO/ARTICLE about these books
- My recommended Reading List
- Episode 94 of French Your Way Podcast: What is “coucou” in French?
- Fun video about what French songs for babies
- Rémi le roi des comptines
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