NOTE: The resources listed here do not necessarily reflect CPF's views or opinions. CPF is not responsible for the content of any of the websites/resources and does not endorse the provider of the website or any products it offers. N.B. some websites are available in French only.
Allô Voilà Learning offers the opportunity to initiate your own French Homework Club. A step-by-step procedure can be found here.
Alloprof is a website from Quebec that provides useful homework tools, including a large French virtual library and online discussion forums.
The Altas of Canada is available online in both French and English.
Bibliothèque et archives nationales du Québec is Quebec’s provincial library website.
Branché en Immersion Plugged in is a resource website for the French Immersion program, from Schooll District #61 in Victoria British Columbia.
Canal Canada is the largest inventory of Canadian Social Studies resources on the Internet.
Cyberpapy.com is a website from France, that has forums to ask questions in French to help with homework.
Historica has an online encyclopaedia available in French and English.
ISEF allows you to search by keyword through a variety of francophone websites included in their online index.
The LangCanada.ca portal offers an abundance of educational resources, educational materials, training organizations and information that enhances second official language teaching and learning in Canada.
Library and Archives Canada provides links to many online resources for research.
Mathforum has a section for students, where they can find help with math. There is a special link on this website for Non-English Math Resources.
Formatic 2000 provides a list of links to French websites on various topics that could be useful for research projects.
The University of Calgary Centre français has compiled a list of French links on a variety of topics that can be utilized for homework and research projects.
Yes, You Can Help! Information and Inspiration for French Immersion Parents – the ground-breaking Alberta Education book that has sold thousands of copies since the first edition in 1996 – is now available online!
FRENCH LANGUAGE SEARCH ENGINES – In addition to Google.ca search using the French option, there are other ways to search for online information available in French. Doing so is helpful when looking for websites and resources in the French language to use for homework and research projects. N.B. all these search engines are available in French only.