58 Kids Educational Flash Cards: Letters, Colors, Shapes and Numbers
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Thanks for purchasing our Toddler Learning Flash Cards! We know youll love using this amazing tool.Its so amazing watching them learn!Here are some tips we think will come in handy:
- Be patient! Toddlers are loaded with energy and zest for life. Take advantage of their attention when theyre engaged and interested.
- Start by introducing shapes and colors. Those are some of the earliest concepts toddlers can grasp.
- Remember that children can begin to recognize letters at age 2 or 3. By age 4 or 5, kids are capable of identifying all the letters in the alphabet.
- The first step in teaching the alphabet is getting your child interested in listening to stories. At around age 2 or 3, kids who are frequently read to make the connection that books contain print, which is made up of individual letters. This is why a good bedtime story is always a good idea!
- Around age 4, your child will develop the ability to write letters, so dont focus on teaching him to write before then. If he seems interested, feel free to continue helping him learn more letters.
- Flashcards appeal most to visual learners. Make flashcard practice a game, and stop when your child wants to. Remember that practice makes perfect.
- As always, dont forget to have fun!