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Alphabet Printable Flashcards are a great learning tool for anyone, not only for toddlers or young children.
This approach is used more by teachers in classrooms, but it can be easily implemented at home.
All you need is a good set of printable flashcards and you’re good to go.
If you are trying to teach your child letters or phonetics these flashcards are great for that.
Furthermore, this is a great resource to add to your diaper bag, or maybe when traveling. I am sure it’ll keep your child busy for a while.
Check out my Free Resource Library for more amazing free printables!
About the printable alphabet flashcards
The size of each card is 10.76 by 8.61
Each card has a letter (both in upper and lower case) an image that begins with the letter as well as the name of the object that is on the card.
I find it so cute, whenever he comes to me with these cards. He just loves it!
We do this approx 5 minutes per day. Not more, because I don’t want to bore him or insist too much.
Do you want to know the importance of learning the alphabet? Check out this article
How to make the most out of the alphabet printable flashcards?
Once you press the Download button, you will get your PDF file via your email address. Please make sure you check your Spam box too. Sometimes it might go there.
Step 1 download the PDF file to your PC
Step 2 print at home or at a print center or even online for your convenience
Step 3 for a more durable product, you could laminate the paper before cutting the cards out. But you can also print on a thicker paper, such as cardboard (like the ones used for the business cards). It all depends on your wish and budget. I know that laminating costs more than just simple printing. So go for whatever works best for you.
Step 4 cut out all the cards with or without the border – again, it depends on your own preference. That’s why I love printables. Some things are up to you. Which is amazing.
Step 5 stop here if you’d like, but if you want to go a step further and don’t want to lose the cards, bound them together.
Step 6 in order to do it, you’ll need a hole puncher and a metal ring (from a keychain) or something similar.
Step 7 and VOILA! That’s it! You have some amazing looking flashcards for your toddler to learn the alphabet easier.