Language Arts: Flash Cards
Language arts flash cards are often used by teachers to practice language arts skills. As a parent active in a child's education or in a home schooling setting, flash cards can offer many advantages for your child. They insure that nothing is missed form the curriculum, help make the curriculum interesting and capture the child's attention.
Language Arts Flash Cards can help your child improve in areas including the alphabet, sight words, rhyming, opposites, phonics, spelling, sequences and more. They are also helpful in reinforcing vowels, nouns, consonants and verbs which can be difficult for children to master. There are many types of cards available to take your child through the initial steps of language arts. Examples of Language Flash Cards that are available include:
- Alphabet Pocket FlashCards: These typically include a pack of 56 cards in size 3 x 5. The cards contain pictures of the alphabet and an example with spelling. These are fun and a great way of taking your child through the world of language arts and even for teaching spelling.
- Phonics Pocket Flash Cards: The next step after learning the alphabet is to learn spelling. Phonics helps the child to understand how a word is spelled, so that he does not have to memorize them, therefore he will understand the formation of words naturally.
- Opposites Pocket Flash Cards: Enrich your child's expression power and vocabulary by teaching her opposites with these cards. The two-sided cards will clearly make your child realize the meaning of the opposite words.
- Rhyming Pocket FlashCards: Teach your child to rhyme words the fun way. With the picture and the spelling, your child will learn spelling in addition to rhyming words.
- Sight Word Pocket FlashCards: There are certain words that cannot be represented by a picture. These are called sight words. So how do you teach such words to your child? Flash cards are the best way to teach your child sight words. There are three types of sight words available. Your child will improve their vocabulary and know how the words should be used appropriately.
Vocabulary is a difficult subject for almost every child. Seeing the words over and over again will cement the new vocabulary in their minds. Most people are visual thinkers. When someone thinks of a word, a picture comes to mind. For this reason, seeing a picture on the opposite side of the card will help any child remember the word better. Many of the products we offer connect words with pictures to make learning easier.
Language Flash Cards make the learning process easy and entertaining. When you are teaching your child at home, it is important that you make learning interesting and exciting. There are many different kinds of pocket flash cards for math, colors, phonics, presidents, telling time, sign language, animals, foreign languages, money and more. See our other flashcard topics: foreign language flashcards
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