Most of the following are links providing instant access. Some you will need to key in.
The two websites above are free and impressive. They provide stories as videos, audios and scripts. The videos have English sub-titles which help children understand the meaning before concentrating on the foreign language.
The sites also contain online French or Spanish lessons which give topical vocabulary with more advanced, but amusing, examples. If schools are closed and children are having to work at home, these could prove very useful.
J’aime les Voitures Alain le Lait
BBC Radio Labo – deals with colours, seasons, months of the year, parts of body, weather etc.
Au Petit Déjeuner Alain le Lait
Parts of the Body
Des Os, Il en Faut Alain le Lait
Ma Famille Alain le Lait
BBC They Speak Très Chic A mixture of English and French, but with a great beat and very catchy.
Ma Maison Chanson based on Lady Gaga’s Poker Face. It gives you the words but you have to sing it and it’s quite fast. Takes a bit of practice!
One song I really like is On Ecrit Sur Les Murs on You Tube by Kids United singing for Unicef. Definitely worth listening to.
The French teacher site has a subscription, but there is also Free Stuff offered e.g. a pet kim’s game. I wasn’t aware of any audio for this site.
For great ideas I recommend you join the Languages in Primary Schools Facebook page. LIPS.