ABC Flash Card SetAll images are of objects familiar with young children for easy identification and have also been chosen to reproduce the correct phonic sound in order for reading preparation when needing to sound out unknown words. So your child will hear 'zzz' for 'zip' (not 'xylophone' like many flash cards tend to do).
ABC Memory GameThe Memory Game uses the same images as the flash cards but without the word printed. This will increase the child's ability to recognise the beginning sound of the object and try to remember its matching letter. A great way to develop a necessary skill required when learning to read.
Write N Wipe ABC26 sheets - 1 for each letter of the alphabet. Helps teach the correct writing habits while learning the sounds of the alphabet. Each sheet includes an activity to identify pictures starting with each sound, great for developing pre reading skills.
Colour Memory GameThis game will help children identify and learn the vocabulary of 10 simple colours by matching 10 colour cards with coloured objects familiar to them. There is also word cards added to increase the difficulty of play while developing sight word recognition. These can also be used to play other games such as 'I Spy' and a list of other activities is provided with the set of 30 cards.
10 Learning Colour BooksA great activity to develop colour identity as well as learning sight words through the repetition of the sentences in each book. Children will enjoy creating their own story books and will want to read them over and over - all the time learning! Looking through magazines and advertising also develops their discrimination skills, while cutting and gluing requires fine-motor attention.
Colour Teaching CardsDesigned to teach each color 1 at a time but can be used in multiple ways. A great class resource for students to work in pairs or with a teacher assistant/volunteer. The Memory Game images and word cards are used in this set to provide children with familiarity and confidence.
Opposite Puzzle CardsOpposites can be a difficult concept to understand. Use these fun puzzle cards to teach the vocabulary of opposites. The list of activities that comes with the 21 matching puzzle cards means your children will never get bored while learning.
8 Sets of 'Tell Me A Story' Sequence Cards (Set A)Sequencing is the foundation of learning skills such as counting, reading and writing. These cards display everyday actions in order to make understanding sequencing more interesting and easier. Word cards have also been included in each set to prompt sentence building or the use of correct verb vocabulary.
6 Sets of 'Tell Me A Story' Sequence Cards (Set B)In order to learn skills such as counting, reading and writing, understanding sequencing is crucial. Set B cards still display everyday actions in order to make sequencing more interesting and easier but more cards in each set are provided to make the stories longer and increase the difficulty of choice. Word cards have also been included in each set to prompt sentence building or the use of correct verb vocabulary.