Alphabet Flashcards with Pictures of Concrete Objects

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When teaching children something new, it is always advisable to begin with something concrete.

Concrete objects or experiences are things that can be perceived by the senses. It means something that children can see, smell, hear, taste and manipulate.

And if you can make use of all the senses, the better!

Concrete objects can help young children develop better connections with what they already know or have experience of and the new concept that you’ll be introducing.

In this post, I want to share with you alphabet flashcards sets with pictures of concrete objects.

Since I can’t send you the actual objects (because the internet isn’t that advance yet πŸ˜› ), I will share with you the next best thing- flashcards with concrete pictures. πŸ˜€

These flashcard sets are great for introducing letters and sounds.

I recommend the following tips to help you maximize the use of these flashcards:

  • Print the flashcards on letter-sized paper (board paper is better, or you may also laminate), post them on the wall at children’s eye level.
  • Point to the uppercase and lowercase letters and say their names.
  • Point to the picture of the concrete object and say its name. Emphasize on the beginning sound.
    • Example: This is an apple. /a/ /a/ apple!
  • Show your child the actual object as you teach him/her (only if possible). If you can’t bring an elephant to your house for your child to touch, no one will judge you. πŸ˜› 
  • Assign a “Letter of the Day”. This way you don’t overwhelm your child with all the 26 letters.

As a preschool teacher, I would say that letter instruction need not be limited to flashcards and table activities.

The following are fun complement to your letter instruction:

  • Games
    • Matching letters
    • Matching letters and pictures with same beginning sound
    • Touch the Letter (like Touch the Color game)
  • Field Trips
    • Zoo
    • Grocery
    • Mall
    • Restaurants
    • Farm

The more you expose your child, the easier for him/her to make the connection between his/her experiences and what you are teaching. And this actually holds true for all the other areas of learning.

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Here are the three sets of alphabet flashcards with pictures of concrete objects. The sets come in different style. Choose the set that best complements the activities that you have in mind for your child. Or just download all! πŸ˜€

Alphabet Flashcards with Pictures of Concrete Objects

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31 Responses

  1. Thank you so much. I just recently took on my sister’s youngest child, whos 4 and about to go to kindergarten. He is so far behind that I just had no idea where to begin. Thanks to your printable worksheets I have some hope. So thank you πŸ™‚

  2. Thank you for making these. Yout choice of words in the flashcard is very suitable for young toddler. The picture is excellent too! Im very glad I found your site. Thank you once again!

  3. I love flash cards and they are very efficient. I used to use them with my peanut when he was learning both languages. Great post thanks!

  4. One of my little nephews is taking in the letter set at school and appears to be extremely amped up for it and enlightening me regarding it. I will investigate fusing a few cheat sheets for him.

  5. I will absolutely be printing these out and using these! My son is about to turn 1 and he’s probably just at that right age to start with these!

  6. I remember when I was at that age, when you start learning about the alphabet, our teacher did have flash cards with objects and our school book was similar. It’s so much easier to learn when you have visuals.

  7. Flashcard are effective I have to agree, it show improvement in memory for the child through repetition. It can be used any where especially when you travel with young one, at the car, plane or train. Children love it too.

  8. One of my little nephews is learning the alphabet at school and seems really excited about it and telling me about it. I will look into incorporating some flashcards for him.

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