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Know your Alphabets

These beautifully designed cards are ideal for helping kids learn through:

Responding to children’s vocalizations and speech
Engaging in joint attention with children
Eliciting conversations with children
Talking with children more
Providing children with more information about objects, emotions, or events.

Minimum Recommended Age: 18 months


These beautifully designed alphabet flash cards are ideal for helping kids learn and speak alphabets. These have been tested with toddlers and have been a great tool in reinforcing first step to learning language at home or school. The cards are designed to keep the size optimal for kids to hold and packaging is compact and durable.

The cards can be used throughout the growing years of your child with an increasing difficulty level. A few game ideas have been included in the box.

Early language and communication skills are crucial for children’s success in school and beyond. Language and communication skills include the ability to understand others (i.e., receptive language) and express oneself (i.e., expressive language) using words, gestures, or facial expressions. Children who develop strong language and communication skills are more likely to arrive at school ready to learn.1 They also are less likely to have difficulties learning to read and are more likely to have higher levels of achievement in school.

During the first years of life, children’s brains are developing rapidly and laying the foundation for learning. The interactions that children have with adults influence how children develop and learn. As a result, early childhood educators have a prime opportunity to provide children with interactions that can support children’s growth and development, particularly their language and communication skills.

Practices to Promote Language and Communication Skills of Infants and Toddlers:

1. Get Chatty
Engaging in conversations with children
2. Be a Commentator
Giving descriptions of objects, activities or events
3. Mix It Up
Using different types of words and grammar
4. Label It
Providing children with the names of objects or actions
5. Tune In
Engaging in activities or objects that interest children
6. Read Interactively
Using books to engage children’s participation like using alphabet flash cards
7. Read It Again and Again and Again!
Reading books multiple times
8. Props, Please!
Introducing objects that spark conversations like alphabet flash cards
9. Make Music
Engaging in musical activities
10. Sign It
Using gestures or simple signs with words

The Box contains 26+1 alphabet flash cards.

Skills: Linguistic Skills, Cognitive Skills



Size toys, cm

55 cm




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