1-2-3 Touch & Flip Cards
As part of the Get Set for School materials from Handwriting Without Tears, this set of 42 flash cards have a variety of uses and activities. There are two decks of 21 cards: a tactile deck and a counter deck. One deck has a textured number on the front and animals to count on the back (1-20.) The other deck has colored squares to count on one side and the numeral printed on the other side. Students can match the numbers to the amount of squares, trace their finger along the textured numbers, identify numbers, count animals, practice counting backwards, say their colors and more. A small booklet inside gives you some ideas too. Cards are large (about 4 x 6) and sturdy with rounded corners. ~ Sara
1•2•3 Touch & Flip Cards engage Pre-K students with fun, hands-on activities. These delightful cards facilitate number naming, counting with one-to-one correspondence, and number formation. Take a look at the 1•2•3 Touch & Flip Cards. Imagine the hands-on learning opportunities for children. • Animal Cards 0–20 – Animals to count on one side – Numerals to touch and trace on the other (arrows indicate starting point and direction) • Counter Cards 0–20 – Squares to count on one side – Numerals to recognize and name on the other A smiley face in the top left corner helps children know that a card is right side up. 16-page activity booklet. (Cards measure 4"x6.25").
I Know My Numbers is a set of 10 small horizontal booklets (14 pgs ea), each centered on a number 1-10 that a student methodically works through as they practice writing and understanding these numbers. They are full of charming black and white illustrations and clear instruction. Little Chalk Bits is a good sized box (about 6.5"x 4"x 2) full of 1 pieces of thin (1cm) white chalk. This will go a long way! Little Sponge Cubes is a set of 100 (50 yellow/50 blue) small cubes (1cm) of kitchen sponge. Just right for tiny fingers to erase with!
This is a wonderful introduction to the world of handwriting for the preschool child.We offer several packages with both the most essential and also with recommended items for the program to fit your budget.A follow up book to preschool is Kick Start Kindergarten, which reviews upper and lowercase letters, or the Kindergarten program, Letters and Numbers for Me.