Petit Pot Phoniques French Phonics Pots


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Use to teach the different sounds and spellings of sounds in the French language.
£79.95 ex VAT £ 95.94 inc VAT


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Learning French Phonics:

  • Improves a child's pronunciation of French words
  • Develops confidence
  • Encourages children to learn independently
  • Improves listening skills
  • Improves ability to read French words
  • Helps with French written work
Developed by a French phonics specialist, these little phonics pots can be used to teach the different sounds and spellings of all the sounds in the French languages.

Inside each of the 33 tubs there are 5 visual items to represent the spellings of that particular sound. These help children to understand how different spellings can create the same sounds.

When children are familiar with the sounds that make up a word, it improves their pronunciation and makes them more confident.

These tubs will enable children to sound out any new words that they come across, encouraging them to learn independently. When children can break words down into their sounds, it helps to improve their reading of French, and when they can build up words from the sounds it can also support their written work.

There is a label inside each tub giving the name of each item in pink or blue, to show whether the item is masculine or feminine. It also enables the items to be replaced into the correct container.

The sturdy storage box keeps all of the tubs in one place, ensuring you can find the sound that you wish to focus on.

Includes teacher's notes.

Each kit:
  • Comes fully assembled with labels on and correct pieces in each tub
  • Includes five visual items to represent each sound
  • Includes a teaching guide which incorporates fun ideas and activities
  • Has a sturdy storage box


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  • 5/5 stars
    05 Aug 2015

    Outstanding! Used them for the first time with my private pupils today and they loved them.