Each set of picture cards contains:
The word cards are grouped by 3, 4, 6, 8 cards on sheet A4.
Both small and large educational cards can be printed, cut, and laminated (laminated versions look better and last longer).
PDF files open in your browser using Adobe Acrobat Reader or another PDF reader. It is already installed on most computers, but if not, you can download it here for free.
You can also watch slideshows from our prepared flashcards online. To do this, simply click on any flashcard icon on the chosen category page and open a full-screen view mode.
If you liked any of our prepared sets (for example, Russian or English flashcards), but you don’t find it in the interesting language, then you can translate it yourself by clicking the "Get on my language" button - this takes no more than 3 minutes.
Our printables could be really useful for kids who are learning to speak or read in either native or foreign language (ESL flashcards for language learners). They also might even be a good resource for nonverbal kids who are working on expressing their thoughts to parents or caregivers.
Growing on educational methods from Makoto Shichida, Heguru and Glenn Doman for your child's Right Brain Training and rapid growth of the child's intellectual abilities.
Playing games with kids and learning foreign languages using baby flash cards in the different types of activities: memory, drilling, identification and TPR activities.
Learning foreign or professional vocabulary to utilize flashcards. Spaced repetition helps language learners memorize vocabulary words both rapidly and effectively.
Nobel Prize-winning James Heckman showed the economic benefits of early investing and building skills to provide greater success and productivity to more children.
Nobel Prize-winning Eric Kandel proves to enhance learning through spaced repetition. We can use flash cards for toddlers to improve attention and feedback and to get better the moving from short to long term memory by avoiding cognitive overload.
Start with 5-10 cards and slowly increase their number. If your kid has lost interest, it is better to stop and continue another time. It is better to view short and frequent sessions than long and rare.
Do not try to teach a tired and moody child - this will disappoint both of you.
Remove toys and turn off the TV and any other devices so that both of you can focus on your task.
Give more praise, and the child will feel your enthusiasm and respond positively.