Phonics & Word Building

Phonics Pocket Flash Cards

It sounds like FUN! Inspire active learning and increase confidence with Phonics Pocket Flash Cards. This versatile, educational flash card set makes it easy to focus on a variety of concepts and learn at any pace. Build reading and vocabulary skills and master vowel sounds, consonants, blends, and digraphs with these photo flash cards.

Phonics flash cards are full of real-life photos and common words to keep practice interesting for independent, partnered, or small-group review. This set includes activity ideas and study tips to get the most out of practice sessions in homes, schools, day care centers, special education and speech therapy, and bilingual learning classrooms.

Compact flash card package is great for bringing learning on the go. Take pictured study cards along to learn phonics and keep kids busy and entertained in waiting rooms, restaurants, and during travel.

  • LEARNING IN A FLASH – Build phonics skills and reinforce letter sounds through repeat practice and play. Introduce, practice, and master sounds for short and long vowels, consonants, blends, and digraphs. The color-coded flash cards help teachers, parents, and caregivers with sorting to focus where it’ll help learners most.

  • Two-sided cards show letter(s), a word, and a photo on the front. Vocabulary lists on each card back are great for pronunciation practice and building vocabulary. Colorful photos get everyone excited for many study sessions – it’s a great set for kids and bilingual learners of any age, plus the study tips and ideas keep practice fresh and fun.

  • BOX CONTAINS – 51 flash cards, 2 activity cards, and 3 information cards. 3 1/8 inch x 5 1/4 inch cards feature a rounded corner for easy sorting. Durable, no-see-through cards hold up to many uses.

  • MANY AGES AND ABILITIES – The pictures in this set give it a mature feel for adult use yet keep learning accessible and interesting for children. Common objects relate to real life and keep practice exciting for kids, reluctant learners, and bilingual language students. Vocabulary words extend learning opportunities for early readers and students learning English.