ELC Flash Cards Reviews
Product Type: ELC Child Development
Description:Brand: ELC / Age: 3 Years+ / Type: Reading / Writing / 70 Flash Cards can help your child get a head start with reading, as well as being fun to play with.
Newest Review: ... them the phonetics and so introducing them to the fact that the rules do not always follow in English is not a bad thing at ... more
Customer ELC Flash Cards Reviews (3)
by - written on 08/02/11 (Very useful, 61 readings)
I was taught to read using flashcards and my daughter was taught to read using flashcards - and now, following the tradition, my son is learning to read using flashcards. A pack of 70 ELC Flashcards (which is a total of 140 words) costs £3.50 - which equates to 2.5p per word (or 5p per card). As you're are simply buying a card with two words printed on it, front and back, I guess that 5p per card is actually quite expensive - but, lets face it, its not going to break the bank either! The reason I particularly like using flashcards is that the English language is such a non-uniform language which has so many words that follow a irregular syntactical structure ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/04/10 (Useful, 15 readings)
I bought my daughter some of these flashcards when she started Reception and was just beginning to read. Im so glad i did as they have been a great help. Children are taugt to read by using phonics at school but this sometimes leads to a bit of confusion over certain words. For example NOW my daughter could not understand why this was not pronounced as NO-W because this is the way she has been taught to read. The phonics system works for most words but for others it can be quite confusing. This is where the flashcards have come in handy as we can keep going over the trickiest words until she learns them by sight. The flashcards themselves are just white pieces of card ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/05/09 (Very useful, 47 readings)
When my son was due to start school last year he had no interest at all in learning to read so we tried to look at alternatives to make reading fun. My friend had given us some of the phonic books from the ELC and some of them interested him. He didnt want to read them but was looking at the pictures. I began to wonder if the pictures we actually distracting him and making him think that he didnt need to read. So on a trip into town I popped into the ELC and could not believe the range of reading materials that they stock. I found this set of flash cards and thought for £3.50 it would be worth a shot. Well I have to say they have been ... Read the complete review
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