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Flashcards don’t just make learning fun, they can also jumpstart your child’s vocabulary and hit the sweet spot between literacy and fluency. And while we’re at it, why not make your own flashcards, so you can customise each letter of the alphabet and teach your child about anything and everything under the sun!

Fun ways to explore the Alphabet

Flashcards don’t just make learning fun, they can also jumpstart your child’s vocabulary and hit the sweet spot between literacy and fluency. And while we’re at it, why not make your own flashcards, so you can customise each letter of the alphabet and teach your child about anything and everything under the sun!

Customise your flashcards

Teach your child about body parts and more with this set of blank flashcards that you can customise. Print them out, choose a word for each letter, and design the cards together! We’ve started with body parts, but feel free to expand his mind with more.

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Print the full set to start customising your flashcards together.

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