French Daily Practice Routine

Practice every day to improve your French

Are you looking for ideas to improve your French tous les jours de la semaine? Here is a list of ways you can work on your French every day of the week. Use these ideas to create daily plans that you can get excited about. Going to a class or learning with a program is a great start, but practicing French a few times a week isn’t enough when you really want to make progress.

I give my French students @ LLL French Academy these ideas to provide structure and diversity on a daily basis while working through my program for self-learners. It’s important to make a schedule and practice a little every day when possible.

I’ve included ten activities to choose from every day of the week. I’m not suggesting you do all of them every day! Choose activities from the daily lists that you have time for, that you will enjoy, and that will diversify your learning experience. Much of what’s on the lists is free, and all of the LLL activities are included in my French program with the exception of the daily planner (see video below).








You don’t have to spend hours and hours on French every day unless you have the time and you enjoy it. You’ll be surprised at the difference even 15-30 minutes a day can make! If you want to learn French or improve your level, you have to really work at it. This may seem overwhelming and it’s hard to know where to begin. This is why it’s important to set a weekly schedule and stay organized. Download your French learning schedule and decide what you want to commit to daily. It’s ok if you can only fit in one or two activities. Print a new schedule every week, and check off what you want to do. Mix up the lessons and activities to keep it interesting.