Flashcards Sentence Examples

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  • I think it is much faster and more convenient that creating your own flashcards.

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  • In the morning class we relied predominantly on the use of ABC, color and number flashcards, songs and games.

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  • The more you use flashcards the more uses you'll find for them!

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  • S. Jackson, England I teach adult beginners and find flashcards very useful when teaching vocabulary.

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  • These playing card-sized map symbol flashcards have been carefully designed to teach map symbols and map reading skills.

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  • When you sign up for a free membership, you have access to video lessons, flashcards and interactive video lessons given by a professional teacher.

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  • Many people learn by looking at things, or writing information down, so the use of flashcards and memory tools is a great way to learn.

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  • This is similar to what your child would do with flashcards.

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  • While you can buy colorful, premade flashcards, it is better to make your own using words from the student's science, history, English or math books.

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  • Simply using manila file folders and magic markers to create big flashcards with each letter can lead to all kinds of fun games.

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  • Not every toddler or preschooler is anxious to abandon playing with toys to go over alphabet flashcards with mom.

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  • Old-fashioned alphabet flashcards and worksheets are still around, but even the most colorful workbook can't compete with a computer game when it comes to fun learning opportunities.

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  • For older children, toys with flashing lights, bright pictures, flashcards, and even the wooden alphabet blocks help promote visual sensory integration.

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  • You can choose to customize flashcards, a wordsearch or play a matching game.

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  • Flashcards, like these English/French number flashcards from Educational Learning Games make the numbers fun to learn and 'stick' better for students.

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  • Additionally, one can also find flashcards on this site, a learning technique that is usually very helpful.

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  • Also on Quia, a series of activities allow students of French to practice reflexive verbs through using digital flashcards, word searches, and word matching games created by a Quia user named Mademoiselle Smith.

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  • If you are still struggling to memorize the French numbers, try using mnemonic devices such as flashcards, songs, or even rhymes.

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