Our top 3 best- selling selection of French Educational Board Games for all ages just in time for the holidays to put in the Chaussons or under the Sapin de Noel. These games will help you brush up on your French language skills or help you pick up some the language while you’re having fun with the whole family.
Winner of the “ToyTalk Best Board and Card Game of the Year”, has turned learning a language into a game. Players make sentences and learn words in French to score points. The longer the sentence and the more words you learn, the faster you can power your car around the special “Race to Paris” game board.
Compete, race and overtake – KLOO makes learning a language fast, easy and a lot of fun. But there is no need to be a language expert – you can start playing KLOO as an absolute beginner – just be ready for how fast you pick up the language!
Discover France perfect as a present or stocking filler. Do you know crêpe from croque?! A fun and educational picture quiz featuring French food, landmarks, animals, phrases and more.
You can play it like a quiz with your family (reading aloud the clues and guessing the answer), or use them like flashcards or a guide book to learn about France before you go. Play alone or with friends and family (age 8 plus).
Jeu des 7 Familles is a French card game that originated in the 19th century and is associated with the old English game, Happy Families. It is very similar to today’s Go Fish and Old Maid card games. It’s a fast-paced game that makes use of close observation and memory as you figure out which players have the cards you need while attempting to collect as many complete families as possible to win the game.
The game is ideal for 2-6 players and typically lasts around 20 minutes. It consists of 42 cards that are divided into seven different animal families. Each family has a grandfather, a grandmother, a mother, a father, a son and a daughter. After the cards have been dealt, the game is played much like the Go Fish card game for kids. Players take turns asking one another if others have cards belonging to an animal family they are trying to collect.
While playing the game or separately, kids and adults alike can leverage the French vocabulary lists that come with the game in order to practice naming the various objects represented on each card in the deck, like learning flash cards.
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