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Education & Reference
  • Author:
    DK Publishing
  • ISBN:
    0756615186
  • ISBN13:
    978-0756615185
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    DK Children; Crds edition (December 5, 2005)
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    Education & Reference
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I bought this card set for my non verbal 3 year old son. He currently is enrolled in the Early Childhood Special Education program. I'm constantly looking for activities that will grab his interest as well as assist him in the various areas he struggles in. This does that. They all come in a sturdy storage case that can easily be tossed in a toy box or set on a book shelf

Each 17-card pack contains 16 touch-and-feel picture cards and 1 card of parent guidance notes to help both parents and little . I have three sets of these cards, the animals, the first words, and this set for colors and shapes

Each 17-card pack contains 16 touch-and-feel picture cards and 1 card of parent guidance notes to help both parents and little ones get the most from the collection. My First Touch and Feel Picture Colors and Shapes features colorful squares. I have three sets of these cards, the animals, the first words, and this set for colors and shapes. Let me start by saying in general I love these flash cards and so does my son. He’s 19 months and has been playing with them for months.

Series: MY 1ST T&F PICTURE CARDS. These are adorable and great for teaching first words and colors. My baby can touch the cards for the different textures and the colors are so bright and vibrant. They are sturdy so they can withstand little destructive hands. Publisher: DK Children (December 5, 2005).

Each 17-card pack contains 16 touch-and-feel picture cards and 1 card of parent guidance notes to help both .

Each 17-card pack contains 16 touch-and-feel picture cards and 1 card of parent guidance notes to help both parents and little ones get the most from the collection. I bought this card set for my non verbal 3 year old son.

Discover ideas about Dk Publishing. Great for rhyming words too!Just cut apart the activity cards and laminate. My First Touch & Feel Picture Cards: First Words (MY 1ST T&F PICTURE CARDS). Dk Publishing F Pictures Picture Cards One Word Baby Learning Touch Words Feelings Phonics. CVC Words {Short Vowel Word Building Cards}: Great for building Kindergarten literacy! This is a quick, easy to prep activity to help students read, build, and write CVC words. This CVC Practice for Kindergarten will teach your students "If I Can Spell" one word, I can spell many other words just by changing one letter!

DK Publishing (Dorling Kindersley)

DK Publishing (Dorling Kindersley). I was looking for flash cards to help my one year old with object identification, I thought that because this said "first words" that it would be exactly what I wanted, but I think it's more to help older children learn to read, probably a terrific product for that. proudmommytoemma, July 30, 2009.

Each 17-card pack contains 16 touch-and-feel picture cards and 1 card of parent guidance notes to help both parents and little ones get the most from the collection

DK publishes highly visual, photographic nonfiction for adults and children

DK publishes highly visual, photographic nonfiction for adults and children. DK's aim is to inform, enrich, and entertain readers of all ages, and everything DK publishes, whether print or digital, embodies the unique DK design approach.

Part of My 1st T&F Picture Cards Each card has a touch and feel area and the set includes: dog, teddy bear, baby, keys, tractor, car, fire truck, ball, fish, cat, corn, apple, mirror, shoes.

Part of My 1st T&F Picture Cards. Category: Children’s Picture Books. Mar 27, 2018 Baby-3. Each card has a touch and feel area and the set includes: dog, teddy bear, baby, keys, tractor, car, fire truck, ball, fish, cat, corn, apple, mirror, shoes, jelly, sweater.

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These sixteen colorful flashcards with tactile elements are perfect for giving toddlers a head start in developing early language skills. The set is packaged in a sturdy box with an adhesive closure.

Featuring subjects that babies love including toys, food, and clothing, My First Touch & Feel Picture Cards: First Words contain photographs and textures on the front of the cards to keep young children engaged, while the back of the cards have related questions for additional talking points. In addition to English, each card includes pronunciations in Spanish, French, German and Chinese. A parents' guide that contains ideas for simple and advanced games to enhance the learning experience rounds out the package.

With more titles available including Animals, Things That Go, and Colors & Shapes, My First Touch & Feel Picture Cards often are recommended by speech language pathologists for building receptive and expressive language skills in children with speech delays.


Riavay
My son is barely 2 years old and has speech delays. He can't even say 'mom' yet. That led me to order any sort of learning tools I could think of to help him before starting speech therapy.
I've had these a month or so now and feel like I've had a good amount of time using them to give a solid review. I'm going to give it 5 stars, and here's why:
1. Packaging is thick, sturdy and has a Velcro closure
2. The price is fantastic for what you receive
3. The bright colors and fun textures on the cards strike interest kids of all ages
4. On the back of each card are questions to ask the child once simply naming the animal on the picture is too easy
5. The cards themselves are very thick, rigid and can withstand a good beating.

I do daycare (and other children come to play) and have kids ages 6 months to 10 years spend lots of times using the cards. The older kids made games out of them including a weird version of 'go fish'. I've had a baby munch on the corner of a couple cards and they didn't get all soggy and tear because they're so thick. My rambunctious 2 year old hasn't managed to bend any of the cards yet, while our 'Baby Einstein discovery cards' are mostly bent so badly that you cannot see some of the pictures.

My son now name 3 of the animals, can make the noises that most of them make, and can find a specific animal in the stack if I name one. That is amazing progress! The day after getting these cards, i ordered the 'first words' set by the same company, and while they are good, we definitely prefer the animals.
Froststalker
The following reviews and images are for both the DK My First Touch & Feel Animal cards, and the DK My First Touch and Feel picture cards. I decided to combine both reviews into one because-for whatever reason- it's not letting me post 2 separate reviews. The Animal cards images are labeled with "AN" and the first words cards images are labeled with "FW". Each set comes with 17 cards. To get all 34 cards, you must purchase the 2 different sets

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This review is of the DK My First Touch & Feel Animal Picture Cards (AN)

I bought this card set for my non verbal 3 year old son. He currently is enrolled in the Early Childhood Special Education program. I'm constantly looking for activities that will grab his interest as well as assist him in the various areas he struggles in. This does that.

Included in this purchase is 17 large cards (16 touch and feel, 1 card with suggestions on how to best use the cards). They all come in a sturdy storage case that can easily be tossed in a toy box or set on a book shelf. Please see included image.

The included flash cards are:
Crab
Puppy
Monkey
Fish
Cat
Rabbit
Sheep
Parrot
Cow
Turtle
Tiger
Elephant
Duck
Dolphin
Horse
Zebra
Please see included images (labeled "AN") for examples

The images on the front of the cards are not illustrations, but are actual pictures of the items. On the backside of the card are suggestions for questions to engage your child, as well as spellings and pronunciations of the word in other languages. Please see included images for example.

We use these cards to work on speech as well as animal identification. The cards are extremely sturdy and have endured a lot of abuse since we got them.

Although the box it comes with is perfectly suitable for storing your cards, I keep them in a plastic container with a latch. This is so that I can store multiple sets all together.
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This review is of the DK My First Words Touch & Feel Picture Cards: First words (FW)

I bought this card set for my non verbal 3 year old son. He currently is enrolled in the Early Childhood Special Education program. I'm constantly looking for activities that will grab his interest as well as assist him in the various areas he struggles in. This does that.

Included in this purchase is 17 large cards (16 touch and feel, 1 card with suggestions on how to best use the cards). They all come in a sturdy storage case that can easily be tossed in a toy box or set on a book shelf. Please see included images.

The included flash cards are:
Dog
Kitten
Sweater
Fire Truck
Fish
Keys
Car
Teddy Bear
Corn
Apple
Shoes
Mirror
Ball
Jelly
Tractor
Baby
Please see included images (labeled "FW") for examples

The images on the front of the cards are not illustrations, but are actual pictures of the items. On the backside of the card are suggestions for questions to engage your child, as well as spellings and pronunciations of the word in other languages. Please see included images for example.

We use these cards to work on speech as well as item identification. The cards are extremely sturdy and have endured a lot of abuse since we got them.

Although the box it comes with is perfectly suitable for storing your cards, I keep them in a plastic container with a latch. This is so that I can store multiple sets all together.
Helo
My 13 month old loves these cards! I keep them by his books and he pulls them out himself and will actually sit still going through both decks we have (animals and shapes and colors). He loves feeling the fuzzy parts and it really is encouraging him to try saying the names of the animals. They hold his attention well enough that he'll focus and listen intently while I tell him the names and let him touch each one.

They're 7" tall so they're a good size, easy for his little hands to get a grip on. They're thick like board books so they don't get damaged easily. Each card has suggestions for extra activities for older kids (other languages, sounds each animal makes, etc) so they're not just "baby toys". The set comes in a fairly sturdy cardboard box that has velcro on the flap to hold it closed (pictured).

Set includes 16 animals:
Duck
Elephant
Zebra
Parrot
Turtle
Horse
Dolphin
Fish
Sheep
Crab
Cow
Tiger
Kitten
Rabbit
Puppy
Monkey
Androrim
WOW instant hit with my 15 month old. Immediately purchased 2 other versions. The cards are nice and sturdy, the colors are bright, and each card has a spot with a different texture or material for your toddler to feel (for example the jelly has a spot that's sticky, the corn has grooves and ridges). I love that on the back of each card they have ideas for the adult on how to help your child learn with the cards from suggestions of questions to ask when they are first starting out, working all the way to expanding on spelling related games as they get older, and even going as far as to include translations in Spanish, French, German, and Mandarin if you really want to be that over achiever. I love this because not only does this keep the cards relevant and engaging for your child as they get older, but it gives people with maybe less experience playing with younger children great ideas on how to use these cards. The cards fit nicely in their cardboard enclosure that is secured shut with Velcro, so they are easy to put away or take with you on trips. My only complaint would be that since this is the "First Words" version, I wish one or two of the items which are maybe not as common were replaced with items that would be more in line with actual toddlers first words...and really this is more nit picking than a complaint.