Research shows that babies & toddlers should avoid screens. Physical flashcards are always better because they are given with a higher interaction between parents and child. Learning at a young age generally suggests the need for a more playful element, because kids learn through play. The great thing about flashcards, therefore, is that you can introduce them to a child in fun ways, which over time might evolve into a more involved yet natural form of studying.
Flashcard learning for children is quite popular as a playful means to introduce children to new words, images or concepts. The benefits of flashcards is that they make it easy to maximize the benefits of repetition and to improve kids’ important memorization skills.
Flash cards are bright and colorful and make a real impact on visual learners. They are a really handy resource to have and can be useful at every stage of the class. This is an excellent activity for quiet, individual learning practice.