Oxford First French Flashcards
Written by David Melling
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4+(Reception and Foundation Stage). Oxford First French Flashcards are an ideal tool to give young children a head start in learning French in an interactive way. 50 double-sided cards show an illustration, French word, and English translation. Words include key everyday nouns as well as opposites, numbers and shapes, and transport. Ideal for using across the creative curriculum in school. Instructions for games and activities help reinforce learning in an engaging way. Ideal to use in MFL teaching in the classroom, afterschool clubs, and at home for an early introduction to French, or preparing for a holiday abroad.
Oxford First French Flashcards by David Melling
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12th May 2010
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