French Reward Badges - Prix d'Effort (Pack of 20)

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A pack of 20 French reward badges with a message of praise in French: Prix d'Effort

 

Each badge diameter: 25mm

This product is unsuitable for children under 36 months

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Wednesday, 2 February 2011  | 

Quite nice for a reward


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French reward badges- priz d'effort
Thursday, 17 December 2009  | 

Not too keen on these, only because of how small they are and the face that 'Prize effort'/ 'effort prize' isn't a phrase that we would use in English, so the children weren't too fussed.

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Average Rating (2 Reviews):  
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Excellent
Wednesday, 2 February 2011  |  Maria

Quite nice for a reward


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French reward badges- priz d'effort
Thursday, 17 December 2009  |  Nikki

Not too keen on these, only because of how small they are and the face that 'Prize effort'/ 'effort prize' isn't a phrase that we would use in English, so the children weren't too fussed.