Discover the best 4 podcasts in French for children

Discover 4 podcasts in French for your children.

 Podcasts are not only intended for adults but also for children. To avoid television or video games, the podcast is a good alternative to keep your children busy while arousing their curious minds. We have selected 4 podcasts for you that will become your children's must-haves. These podcasts are in French, this will allow them to work on their understanding of the French language while entertaining them. Good listening!

 

Petits Curieux, the podcast for those who ask a lot of questions

Why do bees make honey? Who invented the internet? What is the smoke from nuclear power plants?...” Your child wonders about a lot of subjects? Thanks to the “Petits Curieux” podcast created by Choses à savoir, your child will find answers to his/her questions. The “Petits Curieux” podcast is aimed at all children who have a thirst for learning. Each episode lasts between 1 to 2 minutes and answers a specific question in a simple manner. This podcast is a great way for your child to improve their general knowledge.

Listen to Les Petits Curieux on Apple Podcast, Google Podcast, Spotify or on Deezer.

 

Une histoire et… oli, the evening podcast

Do you want to tell stories in French to your children before sleeping? The podcast “Une histoire et… oli” produced by France Inter, offers you lots of stories for children aged 5 to 7. These audio tales are imagined and told by many French actors, humorists and journalists. Each episode lasts between 8 and 12 minutes. After listening to an episode, we guarantee you that the podcast “Une histoire et… oli” will be part of your children’s evening routine.

Listen to Une histoire et… oli on the France Inter website and on Apple Podcast.

 

Promenades imaginaires, the podcast for budding artists

Does your child like to paint? Does he have an artist's soul? The podcast “Promenades imaginaires” invites children to immerse themselves in paintings exhibited at the Musée d'Orsay. The author Béatrice Fontanel has selected artworks in which she imagines and tells the story behind the scene in the painting. The episodes last between 2 and 10 minutes and allow you to transport your child on an imaginary journey.

Listen to the podcast of Promenades imaginaires on the website.

 

Maman, j’ai raté l’actu, the podcast to understand the news

At the table, at school and on television, news comes from all directions. So that your children can follow what is going on the world and get answers to their questions, the podcast "Maman, j’ai raté l’actu" deciphers the news in a simple way. Aimed at children from 8 to 12 years old, this podcast offers reports, cultural recommendations to children and interviews young listeners.

Listen to the Maman, j’ai raté l’actu on the Ausha online platform.



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