French Lesson 4: Food & Table Setting (Learn French Flash Cards)

French Lesson 4: Food & Table Setting (Learn French Flash Cards)

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by Charles Pierre
     
 

These flash card books are designed with large, engaging pictures to help your little one learn French - one fun, easy lesson at a time.

In this lesson, we focus on foods and parts of a place setting. To make the words more manageable, the book is broken into smaller food group: Fruits & Vegetables (22), Meat, Grain & Dairy (7), Meals & Snacks (5), Desserts…  See more details below

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These flash card books are designed with large, engaging pictures to help your little one learn French - one fun, easy lesson at a time.

In this lesson, we focus on foods and parts of a place setting. To make the words more manageable, the book is broken into smaller food group: Fruits & Vegetables (22), Meat, Grain & Dairy (7), Meals & Snacks (5), Desserts (6) and Parts of the Table Setting (9). Each group has its own "Learn" and "Practice" flashcard sets to make learning easy.

The "Learn" section has everything you need to teach your child French including:
- The English word
- A large picture of the object
- The French word (including the article)

Then, to test how much your child has learned, switch to the "Practice" section which works just like normal flash cards. The first page shows the food and turning the "page" shows the same photo, this time with the French word!

Plus at the end of the book is a convenient reference lists of all the words in the book!

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940012909961
Publisher:
Third Press
Publication date:
06/23/2011
Series:
Easy-Peasy French for Kids , #4
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
988,090
File size:
1 MB
Age Range:
6 - 8 Years

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I've already read #'s 1 2 &3 .Charlies Pierre really busted up my french vocabulary. I hope he makes more to make me even better. My Dad's name is Pierre. He is from haiti just like my mom where they also speak french. My Mom's grandfather is from france. Thank you ALOT! Charles Pierre.
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