It is very important for students to be able to follow directions regardless of the language that you are speaking or writing in. Even when they grow up, they will have to face situations where following directions is required. Whether it is a school, workplace, or a baking class, learning to follow directions can ease things for them. Moreover, it is important for the safety of the child. When your child stats going out on their own. You will have to provide them instructions about how they have to wait for red light to cross the road. And you will also have to teach them the right address which they can only understand if they know how to follow directions.
This collection of worksheets will help you review the days of the week, months of the year, counting, colors, and other basic vocabulary components by coloring, marking, matching, or differentiating them in other ways. Instructions are given as a mix of English and French to assist in acquiring familiarity of specific target word sets without the frustration of first having to translate entire sentences that would contain unfamiliar words. Louisiana was a French colony, and many place names and festivals of the region contain basic French vocabulary, such as Baton Rouge (red stick) and Mardi Gras (Fat Tuesday).