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Making Flashcards Fun!

January 27, 2020

Making Flashcards Fun!

Flashcards can help build a young child’s vocabulary through repetitive play. Here are some of our top tips to help keep them fun and engaging! 

  1. Play slowly. Let your child hold the cards, examine the pictures, and practise saying the words – rather than whizzing through them too quickly
  2. Make up stories about what you see on the cards to help give the image some context. You could use multiple cards to do this
  3. Use them in small groups as well as one to one
  4. Place the cards around the room and ask your child to find specific cards in a similar way to hide and seek

Our expanding flashcard range currently covers essential topics for young learners including colour recognition, first letters and numbers, phonics and times tables as well as recognisable vehicles, farm animals, and food and objects around the home, allowing children to learn through play.

The durable cards have curved corners and are easy for small hands to hold, making them perfect for use at home and while travelling.

Check them out here.





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