First French Words and Alphabet Poster

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The First French Words and Alphabet Poster is great for any child learning French. This is bright and colourful poster featuring the French alphabet, together with some key-vocabulary words.

Topics include household furniture, food & drink, animals and clothing. Each word is accompanied by a pronunciation guide.


Size: 60 x 40 cm
Gloss Laminated

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First French words/Alphabet poster
Friday, 21 November 2008  | 

This is an attractive poster which is particularly helpful for pronouncing the alphabet. It is perhaps a little 'busy' but the children like it which is the main thing !

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First French words/Alphabet poster
Friday, 21 November 2008  |  Jill

This is an attractive poster which is particularly helpful for pronouncing the alphabet. It is perhaps a little 'busy' but the children like it which is the main thing !