The set contains 20 educational cards that teach nature, colour recognition, speaking, listening, and listening skills.
How to use?
The first rule is not to follow rules alone! The most important thing is to learn by playing. You can learn using a wide range of methods, imagination, and finding a way of learning that works for your child will be the most interesting.
Learn to distinguish what is what. It is recommended to start with a few cards and gradually increase to count the number of cards – show the cards one by one and say the names out loud. As the child plays with cards – by sorting, arranging, and using cards to tell who is where from time to time, tell us a little about the object. Together, look for correspondences in existing books, involve them in play with animal figurines or other toys at home.
After learning about the objects on the cards, play games to test your knowledge by arranging the cards and asking them to show you where the animal is. For children starting to say their first words, ask for the name of the animal.
Tell us about the object depicted on the card (an interesting fact on the back of the card will help with information), draw where he lives, what he does, what he eats, etc. It will be much easier for your little one to understand and know what is cave by drawing and narration rather than by verbal explanation alone.
If your little one is showing an interest in letters – to learn the first letters of names, use additional tools such as letter tiles to find the right one for each card.
Colour learning – name the colours of the animals out loud, or choose one card and together with your toddler, choose the coloured pencils you would need to draw the object. Draw together.