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My First Touch And Feel Picture Cards Words [Cards]

Dorling Kindersley
4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
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Nov. 29 2005 DK My First...(Flash Cards)
Perfect for helping children develop early language skills, this exciting range of interactive flash cards reinforces learning through touch.

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4.0 out of 5 stars Durable picture cards Nov. 14 2013
By J
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We bought these for our 4 month old son and he really enjoys the pictures and most of the textures are easy for him to reach out for and touch.
We use them almost daily with him and he responds well, mainly to the animal cards but appears to be intrigued by the pictures and textures.
If there was one thing I'd complain about is the limited feel of the textures on some of the cards. It's a bit redundant, especially on the keys and the car. It's a flat shiny, not vey textured feel so not as enticing for our little one. Otherwise, we really enjoy showing him each card and he's always reaching out to feel the textures.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great Cards July 2 2013
Format:Cards|Verified Purchase
These are great.. My son has loved them from as early as 4 months. They are touch and feel cards, and do very well to capture my son's attention. What I loved so much about these, and I am unsure if it says in the descriptions; it's been so long since purchase, that they have other languages on the back. French, Spanish, German, and Chinese. They also give you the "Sounds Like" Translation.
My mother-in-law is German, and loved it when I told her about that feature, so when she babysits, she has made me promise to pack them along with him.

Would highly recommend!
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5.0 out of 5 stars so cool! Oct. 15 2011
By trashie
These cards are so great! They don't bend so they are more durable than most other flash cards that end up folded and get ruined. The colors and touchie parts are great, my kids love it.
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Amazon.com: 4.8 out of 5 stars  304 reviews
95 of 96 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Really, really love them! Feb. 3 2007
By C. Masters - Published on Amazon.com
I got these for my son when he was 18-months and he LOVES these! He has already memorized both the First Words and almost all of the Shapes & Colors cards.

I went out and bought ALL FOUR packs. They are all great!

Each card includes a big color photograph of the item plus some sort of tactile addition - such as hair on the cat, bumpy tires on the tractor, sticky areas on the jelly. Plus, on the back of each card there are "talking points" and suggestions for questions to ask and things to do. It also has five different translations for the object, so you can help your little one learn other languages.

As other reviewers have mentioned, the cards are super strong and will resist bending and folding if your baby plays with them. My baby has at least once dumped them on the floor and danced on them - and they as good as new!

They are now part of our nightly routine. We "do cards" right before we read a book or two each night.

I would say that First Words are good for 12 mo+, and Shapes & Colors is good for 18+ (there are some more difficult cards, such as a picture of a glittery purse shaped like a heart - my son still has no idea what that is!). Animals is a little more advanced (just because it includes some more obscure animals) and Counting is the most advanced (but it is still awesome and teaches great concepts - for example, there is a picture of a jar of marbles and another card with an empty jar, so the baby can compare "many marbles" versus "no marbles").

Buy these! And, I hope the company makes even more of them (would love to see more themed word cards, such as "food," "bathtime," "bedtime," "outdoors," etc.) I will buy them all!
43 of 48 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Are they really that great? May 31 2012
By Sid Bids' Mom - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Cards|Verified Purchase
Let me start from the moment I opened the box. I wanted to check out the cards before handing them to my "hungry" 14-month-old son (he chews on EVERYTHING). My first impression - clear graphics, nice colors, perfect size of cards and durable. I like the ideas on the back of the card; they make them usable for several age groups and could interest him in new ways later. I am pleased with most of the words chosen, but some of them really don't seem like the best choice for first words (i.e., sweater, jelly and fire truck). I agree with another reviewer that there are many other items in everyday life that could be more effective; perhaps it was hard to tie a "touch and feel" element to them. The texture provided for ball doesn't represent what I feel is a more common texture for a ball (the one provided for shoes would be better), especially not a beach ball as shown on the card. Also, being that these are "Touch and Feel" cards, I was expecting each one to have an actual touch or feel element. I don't consider metallic or sparkly spot on the keys, car and fire truck to provide a true "feel" experience (this is an even bigger problem in the "Things That Go" set). It is also a bit annoying that several of the words appear in the "Things That Go" card set, though I can see how seeing those words with different pictures could maybe be a benefit. Still, I think they could have used different words to give more variety overall. I am glad I was able to find these cards several dollars cheaper on Amazon than on other websites, but I must admit I am a little bummed. I am hopeful that my son will have fun with them in the years to come. At the moment he is nibbling on the teddy bear's fur...hungry toddlers CAN consume the fur...but he instantly fell in love with the baby, cat, dog and teddy bear cards so I can't complain. I am glad I waited to buy more of the card sets because I am not sure I want the others if they have similar downfalls.
22 of 24 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great for little hands April 27 2007
By J. Cire - Published on Amazon.com
My 15 month old daughter loves these cards. We have the complete set of first words, animals, numbers, colors, etc. She pulls them out daily and looks at them. She brings them to me so that I can teach her what the picture is telling her. They are sturdy under toddler feet, and in toddler hands. A wonderful product from the great publisher of DK. I recommend them over all other cards for this age group (and believe me I looked for an alternative).
13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Fun durable cards Dec 13 2007
By R. Anderson - Published on Amazon.com
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My daughter loves these cards. The jelly card is no longer sticky, but she still likes to dump out all the cards and also tries to put them back in the box.

The box is very sturdy and has a velcro dot closure. The cards a fairly sturdy as well. Some of the touch and feel parts aren't really feely as they are only shiny foil "painted" on, so it's more of a visual kind of thing.

Since getting these cards and the other three sets, my daughter has quickly learned all the words. It is quite amazing. She also likes to open all the boxes and dump the cards out in a big pile. Then she stands on the pile and slips around on them. She sometimes lies down and makes "flash card angel" which just makes a huge mess. The worst part is me having to separate out the cards.

Some cards are similar to others in the other boxes. We have two tractors, two trains, two buses, two dogs, two cats, but each one is a slightly different view.

I think these cards helped a lot. I ask her to get a specific card and she looks for it and gives it to me. I also show her cards and she tells me what is on the card. She also will run off and get her toy that is the same as the card. For instance, the dog card, she goes to get her stuffed dog which looks completely different from the one on the card, but she knows that they are both dogs. She'll point to the card, and then to the toy and repeat the word. Sometimes I end up with a big pile of her toys that match those on the cards.

Overall these cards are a good value. They are much more sturdy than other cards (Baby Einstein) that she has. She likes to feel the textures on the card too. The images are big and clear without distractions on the card itself.
13 of 15 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great for learning and fun Dec 11 2006
By pauliesaurus - Published on Amazon.com
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My daughter loves these cards. She is 14 months and can recognize the different items when I show her the cards. She especially is fascinated by the "jelly" card, as it is sticky to touch. She likes to play with them, taking them out of the box, putting them back in, and stacking them. They come with suggestions for games to play with them as the child grows older. They are sturdy, and I expect that we'll be using them for a long time.
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