Je sais comment Bonjour est une bonne source pour professeurs de Français-anglais ou débutant, apprentissage des étudiants. Un petite fille apprend une leçon de longue durée : « nous sommes plus semblables que différents. »
I Know How to Bonjour is a good source for French-English teachers or beginner learning students. The English section is written in rhyming verses. The French part, including the illustrations, are in green hues pastel colors, giving the story an interesting contrast with the English version. The book contains a variety of vocabulary activity pages and glossary for easy understanding.
I Know How to Bonjour is the story of a child's first day in a French Kindergarten classroom. She discovers words by assimilation with excitement and joy. She plays, sings, and laughs while she has questions and wonders if she is understanding her teacher.
When she comes back home, while talking with her mother, one thing is clear for this little girl, she learns a long lasting lesson: “we are alike more than different.”
I recommend this book for children ages 4-6 years old and the Bilingual Children’s Series: I Know how to Books. For more details visit: www.aspleywrites.com
Activity to I know How to Bonjour
Desiged by Maritza M. Mejia
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