Learn French - Studycat 4+

Learning Games for Kids

Studycat Limited

Designed for iPad

    • 4.5 • 799 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



From the award winning creators of Studycat for Schools, comes Fun French! The #1 way for kids to learn français!

From preschool and beyond, Fun French inspires children's innate love of learning with interactive games and activities.

Our bite-sized lessons will keep your child motivated while they discover a new language and build bilingual skills for a lifetime!


• Learn French, in French. All our activities focus on language immersion, which means your child won't be hearing any English. This might be confusing at first, but trust us, it's the best way to learn.

• Everyday Language. Our lessons teach words and expressions that kids can apply in their everyday lives, so they can get a head start developing their bilingual abilities.

• Get Talking Fast. With our interactive speaking challenges, kids will be encouraged to produce and speak entire words and phrases on their own! The earlier kids start their language-learning journey, the more likely they are to reach proficiency quickly.

• Vocal Variety. Our characters' voices use different tones, expressions, and accents so that kids can pick up on the subtleties of pronunciation from different speakers.

• Designed by Experts. All our activities are designed by language and early-education experts. Thoughtfully developed lessons will build your child's confidence with every step.

• Safe for Kids & Ad-Free. Parents can rest easy knowing that there are no pesky ads to distract children from their learning. All content is appropriate for ages 3 and up.

• Offline Learning. On a plane, at a restaurant, or in a park? No problem! Fun French is available for both online and offline use.


"As a parent trying to raise bilingual children at home, Studycat is a helpful app to start them off and create excitement about the language." — Fluent in 3 Months

"Everything has been thought out carefully and the games and activities are really engaging." — Bilingual Kidspot

"The concept is so simple but extremely effective. I even found myself learning at the same time." — Bump, Baby & You


If you like Fun French, try Fun French unlimited for 7 days free! Empower your child to learn like never before, and get extras like printable worksheets.

If you choose to subscribe to Fun French unlimited, payment will be charged to your Apple account, and your account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period. Auto-renewal may be turned off at any time by going to your settings in the App Store after purchase. Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication, where applicable.

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What’s New

Version 28.4.8

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Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
799 Ratings

799 Ratings

bbastee ,

There is a bug

It crashes on my kid’s favorite game, the one with where you drag furniture into a house. I noticed a bug before where baignoire and lavabo got confused. Since the update it just crashes the whole app when you start that game. Paying subscription. Can you please refund or fix ASAP? Thank you.

Developer Response ,

Hi there, thanks so much for letting us know! Would you be able to contact us on help@studycat.com so that we can assist as quickly as possible. If at all possible, please email us letting us know details of your device and operating system version. Thanks in advance.

Rpjhkid ,

There’s great features, okay features and features that need Improvement

The best part about it is that they don’t translate. It’s hard to find apps that don’t. The worst thing is no instructions on the games. Play instructions that explained what the object of the game is could be in English without undermining learning. A few of the games have left my five year old nearly frustrated enough to literally throw my iPad at the wall. In the middle, is that the lessons seem to focus on vocabulary rather than scripts for practical use and the verbs that go with them. Since my daughter has used Muzzy already which seems more advanced than this, maybe I should have picked age 6+ on that question even though she won’t be 6 for 2.5 months yet. Is there a way to change the age setting since I think the higher level might fit better because of her past experience with Muzzy. By the way, her feedback is “ the games don’t say how to win so you gotta spend time figuring that out first and Muzzy is more interesting because there’s a cartoon to watch and games after you watch the movie in the Muzzy theater webpage

Developer Response ,

Thanks for your feedback, we'll pass these on to the development team for future consideration. We don't currently have age settings and more advanced levels. These games are designed to be an introduction to the French language. We find that most users enjoy the challenge of working out the game requirements.

Tigerrrrrrrr82 ,

Not intuitive

A couple of the games are not intuitive for children. In one, you have to match the spoken color to a black and white image. Kids would have to guess what color the objects are. For instance, what color is the cake? It could be anything. There is a root vegetable, but not the carrot. I can’t make out what it is so we guessed on the color. Would make more sense if the image is in color as there is no need for it to be in black and white. The next, you get to paint an object. Wouldn’t be too hard, but you end up having to mix the primary colors to get the others. Not easy when you get to making brown. It took me a few tries to get to what was accepted as brown. We haven’t finished the color lessons yet but I wanted to point out the difficulties we had so far.

Developer Response ,

Thanks for your detailed comments. We'd love to hear more from you about how you feel we can improve. Please could you email us on help@studycat.com to discuss further?

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