School Zone Sight Words Flash Cards
  • School Zone Sight Words Flash Cards
  • School Zone Sight Words Flash Cards
  • School Zone Sight Words Flash Cards
  • School Zone Sight Words Flash Cards
  • School Zone Sight Words Flash Cards
ISBN: 0938256874
EAN13: 9780938256878
Language: English
Pages: 56
Dimensions: 2.01" H x 6.5" L x 3.5" W
Weight: 0.15 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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pbGive children a head-start in reading and math with these colorful, double-sided flash cards that teach essential skills./p/b

Each set includes activity cards with helpful tips and suggestions for making learning fun.


  • Double-sided cards with rounded corners

  • Activity cards feature games and ideas for supplementing flash card lessons

  • Math sets feature answers on reverse

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   Not very well designed.
My son is about to start kindergarten. The second word at the bottom is something I agree with. It confuses them a little. I don't like having word levels mixed up on the cards. One card has both numbers and ON on it. It isn't easy to sort through. I have to find the words that are on his level.
   You can read
We got this along with the introduction to reading books and I feel like we are getting the best outcome for our 6 year old. He has trouble with his confidence in his letters and is trying to learn how to read. We can use the flash cards to practice sight words and keep them fresh while he reads them.
   My Son Loves These!
My 4 year old son loved these and we burned through the whole deck in minutes. We'll use them again, but he knew more than I thought. Hahaha! To make it like a game, the key is to make it. There is a colorful side and a solid color on the non-multi-colored side. I think they went with a bold and easy to see color to save costs.
   The highlight of my son's homeschool day!
My kids and I were thrown into the homeschooling arena. I thought these were a fun way to help my first graders practice his popcorn words. The silly games we play with these cards have become his favorite part of our day. The colors and designs are friendly. I like the way they're divided into manageable groups by color so we can work on one set at a time and move on to the next set as he masters them. My son's reading skills have greatly improved thanks to these flashcards.
   Not colored on both sides
A lot of sight words to learn. The illustrations of the monsters are cute. The cards are sturdy. One side of each card is not colored. Only one side of each card has a layer of protection. I don't know what it is, but if it gets wet, the card won't immediately soak up the water.
   Great cards
It was perfect. These cards are very good. They have words for each other. The words are large and colorful.
   Not the best choice of cards
Not happy with the set of cards. Each side of the cards has a different word on it. It is impossible to stick the cards in the wall for practice as the other side of the card has a word we need as well. Only one side of the card has a shiny finish. We will be purchasing a better set of cards. Disappointed in this brand.
   Great price, easy to learn.
My granddaughters love them. The 2 year old is learning from the 8 year old. Excellent price and quality.
   Great set of flash cards!!
The words commonly taught to kids around 4-5 years old are included in the flash cards. We use this tool to expose them to sight words.
   No Suggest
My girl and I do not like this card. I try to buy her some words cards to teach her, but I don't suggest this one. I am confused for this card. There is a word on the double side, but there is only one colorful side. Kids like to learn the blue side of the color one. There is no correlation between the two words in one card. It's already leave unused, like "he" and "to" in one card, "down" and "stop" in one card, or "but" and "run"