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Camphill Primary School, Ballymena
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FRENCH CLUB PRIMARY 3

8th Mar 2018

FRENCH CLUB

PRIMARY 3

WEEK 3

'NUMBERS & COLOURS'

 

Primary 3 pupils are now feeling very proud that they can count up to 12 in French. This is a valuable skill in language learning and will enable us to play fun games over the next few sessions.

This week, pupils also learned colour names and they found it very interesting to spot the French colours with a similar or familiar English translation e.g. 'bleu'='blue', 'rose'='pink', 'orange'='orange'! 

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