Hoping to use your expertise! My 5 y.o. grand daughter is English speaking at home but goes to school in a French speaking environment as she is schooled in Switzerland. Her French is not as fluent as her English but she easily string sentences which would challenge GCSE MFL students (eg: ''il manque une main'' , '' j'ai mis un pantalon'). As she is confined at home, I have started a daily 20 minutes video-conference with short French speaking activities and games (I am a native speaker). The idea is to keep her French going so that the ground made since she started reception in September, is not lost. We are treating the 20 minutes slot as a bonding exercise as I am not sure when I am going to be able to travel to see her again. I am therefore not looking for websites or TV programs, just a real exchange between the two of us (and her mother in the background to help). So far we have done directed drawings, beetle game, grouping words according to their initial sound, odd one out and today a very successful volcano with vinegar and baking soda. I am running out of ideas!! The Swiss don't push literacy skills very hard at this age so she does not know her alphabet fully yet and is struggling with the concept of matching letter to sounds. Any ideas gratefully received!