A deck of 30 cards to help children learn to describe objects by form. ‘Form’ refers to how objects look, sound and feel. Apart from teaching a range of adjectives, this deck will also teach children to interpret double adjectives and negative forms. These skills are essential aspects of verbal reasoning, vocabulary building, and academic learning.
Each of our resources is created to maximize language development in the formative years. We develop images to match early words and concepts, making our resource the perfect choice for parents, teachers and special educators.
Our cards are designed by child development specialists and therefore closely follow developmental order. This means that children learn language in a very specific sequence; to maximize learning, this order needs to be maintained. All our products are built around the developmental sequence.
Our cards have especially been developed for use in the Indian context. Each image has been designed to remind a child of the real world around them. Use our flashcards as a part of everyday learning. You can also build fun games around flashcards (such as in a memory game) to create additional learning opportunities.
Ages – 2-4 Years