This colorful flash cards are very funny that allow your baby to learn ABCs (A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, X, Y, Z.), colors (Red, Blue, Green, Orange, Purple, Yellow, Black, White, Brown, Grey, Violet, Pink.), numbers (One, Two, Three, For, Five, Six, Seven, Eight, Night, Ten.), animals (Lion, Monkey, Penguin, Tiger, Bear, Elephant, Cow, Chicken, Dog, Sheep, Camel, Horse, Duck, Crow, Owl, Mouse, Parrot, Dolphin, Snake, Frog, Seal, Whale, Crocodile, Goat, Panda, Koala, Cat, Kanguru, Griffe, Deer), days of the week (Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday.), months (January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December.), shapes (Circle, Oval, Triangle, Square, Rectangle, Trapezoid, Parallelogram, Star, Diamond, Pentagon, Hexagon, Octagon) and emotions (Happy, Sad, Surprised, Angry, Anxious, Shy). Your little one will love this eye-catching game.
When first played, your todddlers and babies may not be able to correctly touch the flash cards with his/her little hand. Play the Toddlers Flashcards game with your baby continuously for a few hours or days, and you will be surprised at the mobile development of your baby’s hands.
Toddlers Flashcards game must be played in the presence of a mother or father, and it is encouraged for you to guide your baby through the game for a few days at first.
Alphabet: Play and learn ABCs with these alphabet flash cards in Toddlers Flashcards Game. This set includes 26 flash cards with lovely flashcards. Every flashcard has a cute illustrator with it.
Numbers: To help counting from 1-10 we’ve created these number flash cards with ladybirds. Each number has alongside a group of ladybirds to help associate the visual number with the written symbol. You can also use them to teach basic math.
Days and Months: Teach the days and months with these flash cards in English. Every flash card in month category has a cute and relative image.
Emotions: Emotion flashcards are required for teaching toddlers to identify their feelings, using diffrent words to express them or helping them recognize and understand other people’s feeilngs. Learning empathy as well as self-expression in a supportive environment is very important in early childhood learning. Emotion flashcards feature ‘emotional robots’ to make this more imaginative and entertaining. Can robots have feelings like people? It’s a fun subject to discuss. Children can use lots of imagination about the feelngs of others and their own in a more entertaining way. You can come up with fun stories about each robot, for example, what could’ve happened to them to make them feel that way. If these robots all know each other, who did what to whom to cause these feelings? Invent your own stories and have lots of fun!
Shapes: Learn and teach the names and concept of basic shapes with these flash cards. This set includes basic shapes for preschoolers and toddlers like the rectangle and circle and an extra with some more advanced shapes such as ‘octagon’ and ‘hexagon’!
Colors: Learn about colors and their names with these simple flash cards. The set includes 12 flash cards: yellow, blue, green, pink, violet, orange, grey, purple, black, brown, red, and white.
When to play!
When your baby is hungry or will not stop crying, playing this game can hold your baby’s attention. (The various sounds, animated shapes stimulate your baby’s curiosity.)
This game is exceptionally handy for mothers and fathers who spend time with their babies but cannot figure out how to spend that time usefully.
This game may be too advanced for infants under 12 months old.
Playing the application too much amount of time or leaving the children alone with the mobile phone or tablet pc is not encouraged.