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We've had plenty of requests for more travel units! 

So far we have:

Let's go on a walk: "Careful, hold my hand, stay with me, faster..."

Let's get in the car: "Let's go, we're going to..., we're almost there, buckle up..."

And now "Let's fly on a Plane!"

Whether you're playing around the house (with your arms open wide!) or with a paper airplane, going on a real airplane, or just learning about things with wings that (may or may not) fly, you're sure to love these extra activities.

Earn your wings as you pick up more vocabulary with this unit!

 

For ages 4-10.

Includes games, lessons, cards (for play!), cute booklet for consistent review even after the lessons are over.

"Let's Fly on a Plane!" FRENCH Unit

$15.00Price
  • Because of the nature of this digital product, no refunds will be given. All sales are final.

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"...this curriculum really shines in how playful it is and how sneakily it teaches grammar.....if your little loves imaginative play - this is a lovely curriculum."

-Valerie B.

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OPENANDGO

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"I can't believe 

how well and how much we’ve learned in just the first unit alone."

We are loving French so so much! I can’t believe how well and how much we’ve learned in just the first unit alone.

And it progresses at a good rate. I know I’m apprehensive about starting something and then it gets too hard and then we quit. But this has been so wonderful and just challenging enough for us!

So thank you for this wonderful resource!

-Kara S.

History to landmarks, traditions to sports:

it goes beyond just words.

Culture is carefully woven throughout the curriculum to

enhance the magic of the language!

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Have a student who

doesn't read yet?

We thought of that, too.

The curriculum was made with non-readers in mind. 

No worksheets, no matching words, just PLAY.

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