2 Reading Flashcard Companies you must know about!
Updated: Sep 14, 2020
Using Reading Flashcards can be very beneficial to the learning progress of your child.
Constant repetition using the card will help them remember the spelling, meaning and even pronunciation, but what works the most is interacting with your child and talking to them about it.
We chose 2 best companies that create reading materials that your child will love!
“Once you learn to read, you will be forever free.” — Frederick Douglass.
Daily reading or game playing that involves reading stimulates your child's brain and will also create a healthy reading habit.
Have you ever heard of Mrs. Wordsmith?
I have been using their material for years and absolutely love it and so does my Montessori kiddo.
Blah Blah Blah is a hilariously fun card game, perfect for kids who are just starting to learn to read or even the ones that already read in an advance level.
Master decoding words using phonics with these three decks of increasing difficulty. Race to get rid of your cards by matching sounds and letters, and play wild cards to trip up your opponents.
Your child will love the funny images!
Brain Quest has been out for years and has successfully helped many learning children. It is known to be America’s #1 educational bestseller, with more than 45 million copies in print. Their material is curriculum-based, but infused with a spirit of fun for kids to love! Check out their flashcards, books, questions deks which my child loves by the way and keep your kids entertained while they also learn! Read and Communicate with your Child! In a nutshell, parents should always be speaking and reading with their children – promoting critical thinking. Flashcards give a lot of information, but only work if you also interact with your child. Ask questions, know your child’s thoughts and often ask them what they think. This will help your child get into the habit of thinking about connections between different things, which promotes thinking beyond the information given and developing more sophisticated inferences. Remember all you need to do is talk and read with your child daily. Tip: Best time to do this? 20-30 mins on bedtime tuck ins!