Printable Flash Cards for Pre-Schoolers (ABC & 123)

Hello Mommies and Daddies! By now, you are thinking of teaching your little one their first alphabet. And you are looking for something that could help you make it easier for the both of you. Children usually are visual for them to remember easily. A set of flash card is the best first tool to educate them and have fun at the same time.

Here is a set of PRINTABLE Flashcards to help you teach your kids their first ABC’s and 1-2-3’s. This is printable to an A4 size paper.

Letters A – G                Letters H – N            Letters O-V            Letters W-Z

Click the image       Flashcard H       Flashcard N      Flashcard W

In case you are looking for single letters to replace those that you lost, here are the 26 letters! Printable to 4R or 3R paper. You may click the image to download each flashcard.

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Lose vs Loose

Sometimes we interchangeably use the word Lose and Loose in a sentence. I hope the meaning of each word can help to determine which is the correct choice of word.

Use in a sentence:

Lose

I want to lose some pounds before the wedding day.

I need you and I don’t want to lose you.

Loose

The rope has loose ends, it will not be able to hold any longer.

The serial killer is on the loose hence we need to be more careful.

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Say Debris – No “S” Sound

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Use in a sentence:

(We usually see this within a construction area)

Beware of falling debris!

Read as:

/dəˈbriː/

 

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Judgment vs Judgement

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Use in a sentence:

We must hear their grievances in order for us to make a sound judgment.

Our judgment will be compromised if we agree to his conditions.

Write:

Judgment without the letter E unlike the word Judge

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Stuff vs Stuffs

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Use in a sentence:

I brought a lot of stuff in the office yesterday.

He did not get the stuff I gave him.

Uh oh! Big NO!:

I love the stuffs I found in the department store.

Why no “S”?:

Stuff can be taken as singular and plural at the same time. It can be classified as a collective noun.

Remember Stuff not Stuffs!

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