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Flash Cards - Animal Sounds

Two Little Ducklings

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Make learning animal sounds fun with this set of brightly coloured illustrated flash cards by Two Little Ducklings.

Packed in a handy calico bag, each card is laminated and designed with rounded corners to protect them from wear and tear, perfect for small children.

Proudly Australian made and printed on environmentally friendly paper.

20 cards included:
Bee – buzz buzz, bird – cheep cheep, cat – meow meow, cow – moo moo, dog – woof woof, duck – quack quack, elephant – baraag baraag , frog – ribbit ribbit, lion – roar roar, horse – neigh neigh, owl – hoo hoo, pig – oink oink, rooster – cock a doodle doo, sheep – baa baa , monkey – eeee eeee, donkey – heehaw heehaw, mouse – squeak squeak, chicken – bawk bawk , turkey – gobble gobble and a snake – ssss ssss.

  • Cards measure 10 cm x 15 cm
  • Printed on 360 gsm laminated card
  • Packaged in printed calico bag and packaged in a rigid envelope

Recommended age is for 3 years plus, however with adult supervision they can be used from a younger age.

A few special words from us

Flashcards are a fantastic tool. They are portable, efficient, and versatile. Howard Gardner, an American developmental psychologist suggests that each individual has a distinct learning style. He categorised them into three main areas – visual, auditory and kinaesthetic. Using flashcards not only helps to develop and improve the connection of synapses in your child’s developing brain, it also appeals to various learning styles. 

Age: 6 months +

Benefit: Literacy & Language Skills, Empathy & Memory

Activity: Bring your Two Little Ducklings Animal Sounds Flash Cards to life by incorporating a figurine to represent each of the animals as you model the animal sounds to your baby. Alternatively, for older toddlers, you could create a scavenger hunt: Hide the animal figurines around the room (or let your toddler hide them). Shuffle the flash cards and let your little one take the first card off the top of the deck. Encourage them to find the corresponding animal. If they find other animals along the way, they should try to remember where they are for when those cards come up. 

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