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English Alphabet Flash Cards

English Alphabet Flash Cards

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Product Details
ESL English Alphabet Flash Cards, for Pre-K, Kindergarten Students and Young Learners of English

• All files are high resolution pdfs and can be printed up to A3/Poster size
• Mini flash cards are 8 per page with guide lines for cutting
• All cards have writing lines printed to help facilitate writing skills
• Phonics cards are numbered in the footer in learning sequence

Sets 1-6

Traditional A to Z flash cards, uppercase, lowercase, upper and lowercase combined.
• Comic Sans Font, Uppercase letters, A-Z, 26 cards,
• Comic Sans Font, Lowercase letters, a-z, 26 cards
• Comic Sans Font, Upper and Lowercase letters, Aa-Zz, 26 cards
• Three further files of 8 mini flash cards per page.
Sets 7-12

Traditional A to Z flash cards, uppercase, lowercase, upper and lowercase combined with Jolly Phonics Font.

• Jolly Phonics Font, Uppercase letters, A-Z, 26 cards,
• Jolly Phonics Font, Lowercase letters, a-z, 26 cards
• Jolly Phonics Font, Upper and Lowercase letters, Aa-Zz, 26 cards
• Three further files of 8 mini flash cards per page

Sets 12-16

The 44 Phonics sounds flash cards, uppercase, lowercase, upper and lowercase combined.
• Jolly Phonics Font, Uppercase letters, A-AR, 44 cards,
• Jolly Phonics Font, Lowercase letters, a-ar, 44 cards
• Two further files of 8 mini flash cards per page
Total files: 16
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Teaching Tips for Flash Cards

For use in classrooms to support our songs and games we created these exclusive flash cards for children. They are also available in Japanese and Spanish. The clip art is available separately. These cards can naturally be displayed as fantastic wall displays too. All packs are high resolution .pdf file format.

When asking students to identify them the response you seek will depend on their ability. A simple response would be "T-Shirt" or "Cap". A higher level one would be "It's yellow and blue t-shirt" or "It's a blue baseball cap".

As a rule I listen to what they give me first, then try and illicit a higher one. I have included American and English spellings. On that subject, I have sat in many a meeting where teachers from both countries discuss deeply which one to teach to their students. In my experience students are perfectly able to learn both, indeed find it quite fun to point these differences out to their parents. It's a good opportunity to illustrate cultural differences too.

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