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The sooner, the better.
Le plus tôt, le mieux

Trois…deux…un…action ! 🎥🎬✨

Learning French at a young age is the best time to start.

So what better place to begin than with the Alliance Française de Reno.
 

Classes are presented via these two required textbooks: "Les Petits Loustics" for the 3-6-year-old class and "Les Loustics" for the 7-12 years olds. You can purchase the required textbooks from our site.


It is a fun, creative, action-oriented course full of visual and audio documents that reflect the lively world of children and gives them a zest for learning. The coursebook is easy to use with one page for each lesson and uses a gradual, spiral approach to reinforce learning from one lesson to the next, giving many opportunities for students to express themselves and their interests while speaking a new language!

Children French Classes
 

At the Alliance Française Reno, we strive to keep our class fees as low as possible. Our small class sizes and experienced teachers ensure that you get the best value for your language learning experience. In addition to our competitive rates, we offer discounts for early registration, multiple courses, continuing students and couples.

Keke Kelly

Keke Kelly

Meet your teacher

Keke Kelly has been learning and speaking French since childhood.

She obtained her Master's Degree in International Education from the University of Bordeaux INSPE where her research focused on inclusive language practices in both U.S. and French education settings.

Providing K-6 English language curriculum support in La Sarthe (a western department of France) gave Keke valuable experience in translingual collaboration, as well as exposure to multicultural professional development.

She relocated from France to the Reno metropolitan area at the start of the pandemic, and has since focused primarily on supplemental education for students with learning challenges and international student support.

Keke is currently a PhD student at the University of Nevada, Reno in the Equity, Diversity, and Language Education program at the College of Education and Human Development, where her research interests include heritage language revitalization,  multilingualism, transnationalism, citizenship, and identity. 

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