FRENCH IS FUN WITH SERGE, THE CHEEKY MONKEY!

Price
£21.48 + £3.51 UK VAT
ISBN
9780563520061
Availability
Available
Publication Date
January 2006
Format
Pack

Learn a Language Your Way

An entertaining and effective introduction to French for children aged 5–10 years old.

  • A brilliant and beloved introduction to French for children
  • Lively and fun, with songs, animations and activities
  • Covers core topics, such as colours, animals and sport
  • Includes parents’ guide

 

Product Details

Contents: 1 Book, 40 Pages; 1 Audio CD, 80 Minutes; 1 DVD Disc, 150 Minutes
Author: Sue Finnie

 

Sample content

Sample pages 8-9 (PDF, 788Kb)

Sample pages 10-11 (PDF, 72Kb)

French is Fun cards (PDF, 1.01Mb)

French is Fun songsheets (PDF, 210Kb)

 

Description 

Based around the animated characters of Serge, a lovable but cheeky monkey, and his clever friend Pascale the parrot, this fun-filled language pack will get children used to hearing and speaking French. Topics covered include: greetings, colours, animals, likes & dislikes, food & drink, sports.

The pack contains: a DVD featuring ten TV programmes with interactive games; an audio CD full of songs and stories about the characters; an activity book bursting with activities, puzzles and games: song sheets to help you sing along to the DVD and audio CD; colourful picture cards presenting key vocabulary; and a parents' guide, to help your children get the most out of learning French.

 

Online resources

French is Fun Audio CD transcript (PDF, 241 Kb)

French is Fun DVD transcript  (PDF, 348 Kb)

 

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