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Help your child learn to write letters with this amazing wipe-clean book. The outlines to complete and activities to do make writing practice simple! The special pen included allows letters to be written again and again―simply wipe them away with a cloth.
The popular Brighter Child® Flash Cards give children a fun and easy way to practice important skills. Offering 24 titles encompassing preschool to grade 5, each title focuses on an important subject including early concepts, math, phonics, and U.S. History. Fun game ideas and learning suggestions are included to help children build proficiency and confidence. Game cards also allow children to develop thinking, decision-making, turn-taking, and social skills while playing fun games at the same time.
Select titles are also available in English-Spanish and Spanish-only versions.
These sixteen colorful flashcards with tactile elements are perfect for giving toddlers a head start in developing early language skills. The set is packaged in a sturdy box with an adhesive closure.
Featuring subjects that babies love including toys, food, and clothing, My First Touch & Feel Picture Cards: First Words contain photographs and textures on the front of the cards to keep young children engaged, while the back of the cards have related questions for additional talking points. In addition to English, each card includes pronunciations in Spanish, French, German and Chinese. A parents' guide that contains ideas for simple and advanced games to enhance the learning experience rounds out the package.
With more titles available including Animals, Things That Go, and Colors & Shapes, My First Touch & Feel Picture Cards often are recommended by speech language pathologists for building receptive and expressive language skills in children with speech delays.