German for children

Intro to German for Younger Students

Free

8 students enrolled

This course introduces German to younger students through stories, songs and short videos, many of which are the very same stories and songs loved by German children. Each week will have new songs and stories based on a vocabulary theme. Instructions for how to enroll are below! (If you have an older student ready for something closer to high school German, check out my free online German course for high school.)

Learn German at Home for free

Wildes Deutschland, a collection of short texts for the beginning German student, by Dana Hanley.

Bobo Siebenschläfer, von Markus Osterwalder (make sure it is the version linked). I have permission from the author to read the chapters aloud in this course, so it will serve as a nice textbook!

• And consider joining the course’s facebook page for some extra practice and a chance to ask questions!

Note: Enrolling is a two step process. First, register for the site using this form. Then make sure to click “Enroll.” The first module will be available August 28! If you have any trouble, drop me a note and I will help you get signed up.

  • Before You Begin 

    Everything you need to get the most from this course.

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  • Kapitel 1: Introduction to German 

    In this module, you will begin learning the sounds that make up the German language.

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    • Kultur: The First Day of School
    • Das Alphabet
    • Eins, Zwei, Polizei – Copy
    • Movie Day! TroTro das kleine Monster
  • Kapitel 2: Stell dir vor! 

    This week, we will start learning some core vocabulary and simple sentences.

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    • Grün, Grün, Grün Sind Alle Meine Kleider – Learning Colors
  • Kapitel 3: Wie geht's? 

    By the end of this module, you should be able to have a simple conversation, with guidance.

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    • Körperteile (body parts)
    • Das Monster, a Review
    • Friday Movie: Tro Tro wäscht sich
  • Kapitel 15: Weihnachten in Deutschland. 

    Christmas in Germany

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    • Traditions – Copy

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