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Flashy by design! Build student confidence and skills using fun-filled flash cards. This pack, complete with activities, strengthens growing reading skills with basic sight words. Watch students enjoy learning and build skills on their own or with friends ... at school, home, or on the go! Durable, no-see-through cards with quick-sorting, rounded corners. 56 two-sided cards, 3 1/8" x 5 1/4".
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Build vocabulary skills with colorful cards that take learning on the go. Fun and easy to use, kids can learn new facts and practice new skills individually or with friends. Durable cards; no see-through. 56 two-sided cards. 3 1/8" x 5 1/4".
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I'm also using them to help build sentences. Since he can't quite write the letters/words yet, the cards are laid out in a line to form a short sentence that he can sound out or pick up from memory. I also have a tabletop pocket chart from Smethport that they can fit into. These are used in addition to the level B and C set.
Here are the words included in this set:
a, all, am, and, are, at, ate, away, be, bed, big, black, blue, box, brown, but, came, can, car, cat, come, did, do, dog, down, each, eat, egg, find, fish, for, four, funny, get, go, good, have, he, help, here, I, in, into, is, it, leg, like, little, look, make, me, must, my, new, no, not, now, of, on, one, other, our, out, pig, play, pretty, ran, red, ride, ring, run, said, saw, say, see, she, so, soon, sun, that, the, there, they, this, three, time, to, too, top, toy, two, under, up, want, was, we, well, went, what, where, white, who, will, with, word, yellow, yes, you
This deck is not helpful because different words are printed on each side of the card. So if I get my youngest’s weekly word list and try to make a deck, it’s impossible. He’s not learning all the words on both sides yet, so it was impossible to just separate the cards for the words he was learning. And impossible to separate piles of “got it” and “try again” during practice.
A better design is simply to print one word per card. I know it’s not efficient and I know it’s more costly.
We gave up and did the same thing we had done with my oldest: hand written note cards.