From the Publisher:
Author/Editor: Sam Taplin & Mairi Mackinnon,
Illustrator: Rosalinde Bonnet.
For preschool children learning French as either a first or second language.
This looks like a book but it's actually a clever sound panel that allows children to hear 128 French words spoken by a native speaker.
Children will love selecting a card with illustrations of a topic such as clothes, food, or animals, slotting it into the special frame and pressing the pictures to hear the words read aloud.
Each of the four double-sided topic cards shows sixteen words with corresponding pictures for children to press.
A fun and engaging way for children to learn French as a first or second language.
Simply take one of the 4 cards (each features 16 words and pictures on each side) out of the envelope and insert it into the slot as instructed.
Press 'go' and then press a picture to hear how the word is pronounced.
Can you say the word too?
When you want to hear different words, just remove the card, slide a new one in and press "go" again.
Usborne Publishing Ltd.
A: from Living France Magazine
A fun way for children to learn 128 French words and might just help parents learn too!
B: from France Magazine
If you want to encourage your little ones to take their first steps in French, look out for Listen and Learn First French Words
C: from Little London
An ingenious, fun-filled sound panel to encourage little ones to listen and learn. Completely delightful
- Replaceable long-life batteries included.
- The book with hardcover and paper cards in the pocket.
- 4 cards, 8 teams, 128 words spoken by a French native speaker.
- On/Off switch to save the batteries.
9 5/8 in.
8 3/8 in.
1.5V x 3; AG-10 button cell