First Fun Flashcards Animals by Belinda Gallagher

First Fun Flashcards Animals

Book Title: First Fun Flashcards Animals

Publisher: Miles Kelly

ISBN: 178209119X

Author: Belinda Gallagher


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First Fun Flashcards Animals are designed to engage toddlers and help them to learn new wild animal words through play. The set contains 27 double-sided cards in a card box. Children can become familiar with the words for animals they've seen at a wildlife park or on a television program. Beautiful photographs used throughout stimulate a child's imagination. The instructions card with ideas to help you develop your child's learning. First Fun Flashcards Animals contains 27 double-sided cards, each with an animal photograph on one side, and its name and a brief description on the other side. For example, 'bear' and 'bears have big, strong paws'. Kids can familiarize themselves with each word and learn new facts. Packaged in a durable card box, these fantastic flashcards for toddlers are ideal for using at home and while travelling. Features of First Fun Flashcards Animals: The easy-to-read text, animal facts and amazing wildlife photography help children to learn new words and information about animals. A mixture of images are used from common examples such as 'tiger' to more unusual animals such as 'puffin' to stimulate a child's curiosity and expand vocabulary. The pack includes two extra flash cards a double-sided instruction card with ideas for games that support early learning, as well as an overview flashcard for kids to name all the animals independently. These flashcards for toddlers are made of sturdy material and are the perfect size for small hands. Ideas for how to use First Fun Flashcards Animals: Describe an animal and ask your child to guess what it is. Choose a card, and if applicable, talk about the noises the animal makes. Group the animals into different categories, such as number of legs. Ask questions about the pictures to develop your child's imagination. For example, 'What is the kangaroo going to do next?'.