Information for Teachers

Students can learn French while having fun!

Your help as a French second language professional is really important to us. We encourage you to write us your comments and suggestions by using our email address or the contact page. The Sam Amuse games are available free of charge because of the financial assistance of many partners which have an interest in the learning of French as a second language.

A useful learning tool

The Sam Amuse website is the perfect learning tool to complete your French Immersion or Basic French courses. Use it in the computer class to entertain more advanced students, so you can assist the others.

Do you give homework to your students? Ask parents to let their children use the family computer for a few minutes so they can play the Sam Amuse games. Sam Amuse website is an easy way for them to practice French without adult assistance!

Learn French, from school to home

One of the advantages of our French online games is that they are available on the Internet. Students can play from school, from home, from daycare… As long as a computer connected to the Internet is available!

The games descriptions include the targeted school level for French Immersion students and the number of year learning Basic French for a student in a Basic French courses. The games and notions are adapted to the knowledge and the learning level of these young video game players. The content is appropriate, safe and publicity-free.

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or if you get a problem
on the Website,
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Sam Amuse is a Website including free French games for students who are learning French in French Immersion or Basic French classes. With these games, students practice French while having fun and using technology. Sam Amuse is a non profit project realized by Anne Guilmaine, a French resources teacher, and Jennifer Marcheterre, a graphic designer and ex-French assistant language. This project began in The Pas, Manitoba, Canada and is proposed to every Canadian.

Sam Amuse est un site de jeux grauits pour les élèves canadiens anglophones qui apprennent le français, en immersion française ou en français de base. Les jeux leur permettent de pratiquer le français tout en s'amusant et en utilisant la technologie. Sam Amuse est un projet sans but lucratif d'une enseignante en ressources françaises, Anne Guilmaine, et d'une graphiste, ancienne monitrice de langue, Jennifer Marcheterre. Le projet est né à The Pas, au Manitoba, Canada, et est proposé à l'ensemble des Canadiens.