Flash Cards for Kids to learn words with pictures
St. Patrick’s Day Flash Cards with Pictures and Words
Challenge the kids with St. Patrick’s Day Flash Cards and have fun teaching them the words and pictures that are commonly used on St. Patrick’s Day. Kids will discover the difference between a shamrock and a clover. A shamrock is a symbol of Ireland that represents a three-leafed clover. If you find a four-leafed clover, you are considered lucky! See what a Leprechaun looks like. What are Leprechaun’s always looking for? Is it gold coins and a pot of gold? What do you usually find on a Leprechaun? Is it a hat? Where can you find a pot of gold if you look really hard? Is it at the end of a rainbow? What colors are in a rainbow? What month does St. Patrick’s Day fall on? and what day? Print out the flash cards on card stock and cut them out. Laminate the cards to preserve them for next year and see how much they know and learned.
Fun questions and storytelling you can use with the kids while displaying these fun DIY St. Patricks Day Flash Cards. Challenge the kids by helping them make their own St. Patrick’s Day Flash cards with pictures and words.
Flashcards for kids with a variety of animal groups to choose from. Kids can learn all about farm animals, pets, birds, reptiles and insects. These colorful and easy to print Animal Cards can help teach kids about the different types of animal groups. Kids can discover where we typically find these animals whether they are at the zoo or in the wild, on a farm, outside the home or moving around in our very backyard. Kids love to explore different creatures and they can be easy to find most of the time such as around the house, in a forest or in the water.
Cut zoo animal flashcards with a lion, peacock, elephant, panda bear, penguin, gorilla, zebra, seal, kangaroo, ostrich and giraffe. Ask the kids what other zoo animals they would see at a zoo.
How many farm animals do the kids recognize with these farm animal flashcards? Included are a chicken, rooster, horse, goat, duck, goose, bull, cow, pig, sheep, turkey, rabbit.
Bird flashcards with a penguin, swan, ostrich, duck, flamingo, pelican, hummingbird and seagull. Have the kids name birds that they see outside of the house.
Reptile flashcards with a lizard, cobra snake, turtle and frog. Ask the kids what reptile do you commonly see in a forest?
Insects with a snail, ladybug, dragonfly and spider. Have the kids catch a few insects outside to discover how many legs, wings and antennas they have.
Pet flashcards with a dog, cat, goldfish and bunny. Find out from the kids what other animals make good pets?
Ideas for Flashcards
All the cards can be printed and laminated, glue on cardboard, heavy paper or on a bristle board. Use as a game and print all the animal cards and place them on the floor or table and have the kids group them together into their proper groupings, i.e. insects, zoo, farm. Ask the kids about the animals habitat, where they live, what they eat, etc.
Flash Cards for Kids to Learn Colors, ABCs, 123s and More
Help teach the kids their colors with these Colors Flash Cards for Kids. Children can learn their colors with colorful fruit. When the kids are confident they know their colors, they can color fruit with the Color Fruit Flash Cards activity.
Enjoy fun flash cards for teaching. Choose from clothing articles and household items around the house. Learn different types of sports with these flash cards. Food flash cards with fruits, vegetables and a variety of other foods. Learn your ABC’s and 123’s with these educational flash cards. View a variety of animals from the zoo, farm and house pets. Tracing flash cards for kids to trace the words with pictures. Kids can learn the people in our communities. Seasonal flash cards to learn words that make up our seasons and holidays. Use these cute storytelling flash cards to count kittens or puppies. Read the stories of how these cute animals love to run and play all day long. Use these flash cards to teach children to recognize words with pictures. Show them over and over again, tell stories with them and ask the children to read the words while looking at the pictures.