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messageFlash Card views for Early Years Learning
Posted by Cre8tive Learning 14 August, 2019 19:07

Hi All,

I am an Educational consultant and provide support to children with special educational needs. I am also a registered childminder. I am currently in my final year of an MA in Childhood and Youth Studies and as part of research project I am interested in views from parents that have used or currently use flash cards to support learning and development.

your views do not have to be very detailed but just some general reasons as to what encouraged or influenced you to use flash cards and how you think it has supported your child's learning if you stopped using flash cards as a form of learning why? including the age of your child when yo began using flash cards.If you would be happy to take a few minutes to respond please send me a PM. Thank you very much

Char

messageRe: Flash Card views for Early Years Learning
Posted by Giacomelli 15 August, 2019 19:54

Hello Char!

I thought I’d reply to your email as I am a childminder and about to start the OU MA in Childhood and Youth Studies.
Flash cards: I used them for a very short while with my son just before he started and a little bit during reception. Only for unusual but common words, eg words that we often use but aren’t spelt phonetically like “the”. To be honest he found them pretty boring so I only ever got about 5 minutes at a time. With my minded kids Who are mainly under 3s I have homemade painted stones with letters on one side and pictures on the other. They spend ages looking at them and stacking them up, they are more tactile and seem to have been more successful. Maybe I will use flash cards when my kids are older?
Good luck feel free to email back if you have more questions

messageRe: Flash Card views for Early Years Learning
Posted by Giacomelli 15 August, 2019 19:55

Whoops sorry. Meant to pm that to you but seems to have appeared in the post. Never mind

messageRe: Flash Card views for Early Years Learning
Posted by Cre8tive Learning 19 August, 2019 18:57

Thank you for taking the time to respond:-)

messageRe: Flash Card views for Early Years Learning
Posted by Cre8tive Learning 20 September, 2019 03:38

Thanks again for messages and PM's I am still looking for a few more response's
Thanks in advance


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