Monday, September 23, 2013

Educational Alphabet Flash Cards for 3,4,5 Year Old Kids Review!


Learning the alphabet is a major milestone for every child. Most children know the ABC song by the time they're three or four years old. However, many children do not learn how to recognize letters until they start school. Why not give your child an earlier start? Alphabet Flash Cards with a letter in the front and a picture in the back are a wonderful way to start. Learning the ABCs is fun and easy with this teaching tool. Alphabet flash cards help children develop memory and listening skills. Children will get to know phonics and be able to connect letter sounds with objects, for example: A is for Apple.

My daughter absolutely loves the ABC's! I mean it, she has a complete obsession. Though my daughter knew the alphabet before she was three her extreme love for it has grown deeper. These Alphabet Flash Cards by Educational Toys Planet were perfect. She loves to spell words with them and put them in order. Seeing how they are shaped helps teacher the right structure for each letter, helping her with her writing. Honestly, you can't go wrong with these alphabet cards. Every parent, grandparent, aunt, uncle, and teacher needs a set. Alphabet Flash Cards sold by Educational Toys Planet is located in their ABC toys section in the categories: toys for 3 year oldstoys for 4 year olds or toys for 5 year olds.
Alphabet Flash Cards' Contents Includes: a access code for Golden Scholar Club free online gift, 52 colorfully illustrated letters written in bold block-style (all upper- and lowercase letters included) on thick glossy cardstock with rounded corners for easy sorting. Parent card offers game instruction and 56 cards with storage box.

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5 comments :

  1. If it weren't for flash cards I would never learned how to add, subtract etc-I had double vision and you can just imagine-when others saw one I saw two!! I knew how to count and add-was just seeing something totally different. Flash cards are still the best way to learn when partial memorization is key!

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  2. We used similar flash cards when our boys were younger, absolutely fantastic and well worth investing in !

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  3. Love the flashcards! Perfect for any preschooler!!

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  4. I could use a set of these for my two youngest ones, I will have to look them up and order!

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  5. These look like a great set of flash cards. My daughter would love these.

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