Kids French Number and Food Chart Placemat
By bebebilingual From United States
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This colorful and educational 2-sided placemat makes the perfect gift for kids of all ages! Kids can learn numbers and food in French while they wait for dinner or a snack. Plus they're super easy to clean and use again and again.
Placemats are designed to be interactive and easy to clean. Coated in a glossy cover, your kids can color in the French food and numbers, and easily wipe it away with a paper towel or baby wipe. Flip the placemat over, and your child can practice writing his or her name in big print. Click the additional pictures to see what the back looks like. "Je M'Appelle" means "My Name" in French. Your kids will have a blast practicing writing the letters in their name!
Printed on 100# gloss cover with 5 mil lamination on each side. All edges are round cornered for safe handling. Designed in San Francisco. Made in the USA. Size 11.5x17.5 inches.
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