Flash Cards from Think Tank Scholar

What does learning look like for your children during this pandemic? Are your children 100% virtual, 100% in-class, or 50/50 hybrid learning? No matter how your children are learning, it is extremely important to reinforce the lessons they’re learning in class.

One of the ways we like to practice learning at home is by using flash cards from Think Tank Scholars. One of our favorite sets is the Math Fact Flash Card set which includes addition, multiplication, division facts 0-12 & all subtraction facts 0-17 +16 bonus facts! My daughter is currently in 1st grade, so she’s really starting to learn basic math skills such as addition and subtraction. These flash cards are such a fun way for her to test those skills by answering the questions as fast as she can. We usually make a game out of it by seeing how many correct answers she can get in one minute!

We also have the Site Words Bundle which features sight words for beginning readers ages 3-9. The bundle is separated into Pre-K, Kindergarten, 1st Grade, 2nd Grade, and 3rd Grade flash cards sets. Each night we take a bundle of cards, and flip through them taking time to sound them out. Then, before bed, we read a book and look for words that we previously noticed on the site cards. Such a fun way to join learning and bonding!

Think Tank Scholars have some of the highest quality flash cards I’ve ever had my hands on. It’s no wonder why they’ve won so many awards such as the Family Choice Award, the National Patenting Product Awards, and the National Parenting Center Seal Of Approval. They make learning fun, while keeping things affordable at the same time. Check out our favorite flash cards and more at https://thinktankscholar.com/


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