This week, a local organisation ‘Communicating Hands’ have announced the release of a long awaited product – BSL flashcards for phonic learning – just £12.99
“Suitable for hearing, deaf, or even children with learning difficulties and need visual aids/learning, these flash cards ( 82 cards 3 sets, colour coded and 4 information cards) have been designed to make the alphabet and phonic learning at home or at pre-school engaging, entertaining, meaningful and FUN!.
Playing the suggested games your child will learn:
* BSL Signs and fingerspelling, which will later act as kinaesthetic memory triggers for word recognition
* The alphabet
* Letter and sound recognition
* Spell and read simple songs – and if you put this with music spelling and reading becomes even more appealing.
* Improve memory and concentration skills
* Multi-sensory learning
Marilyn Daniels ( author of dancing with words and a world leading expert on using sign language to improve hearing children’s literacy) we are proud of our first product and feel confident that you will enjoy them too.
Please note that these cards are not suitable for the babies. I have designed cards that are chew and dribble resistant! I hope to get these produced soon.”
If you would like to purchase these at just £12.99, then go through their website here.
speak to Brenda directly at her information stall at the PDDCS family fun day 19th May 2012 at Jack Hunt School (9.30-1.30) . The reading programmes, suitable from about 20/24 months +, only run it when there are enough numbers.