Animated Flash Cards - Music Box Puzzle
Flash Cards that turn into a Flip Book when organized alphabetically. Keep Your Kids Flippin'
Now that my son is 2 years old he's starting to learn his A B C's. It turns out learning the alphabet is one of the first childhood puzzles each of us had to tackle. Which letter is called what? What does that one come after? Who's first and who's last? Figuring out what order those incredible letters were supposed to fall into was a problem all of us solved. A time will come when our children will share the same experience.
Just like most other Flash Cards these are intended to be a tool to help learn. Results are almost always going to be different. So, please consider the Animated Flash Cards an educational toy.
Arrange the letters alphabetically with your child and then the numbers 0-10. When all of these are together turn the cards over and flip through. If it was ordered correctly the animation should run smoothly. Shuffle them up and show how the animation doesn't work with the cards out of order. Look forward to when your kiddo can organize the cards on their own!
Add On a set of Flash Cards for $15 each
There are 26 letters and 11 numbers. Also Included is a cover card with a short poem, an inventory card of all letters and numbers to visually express the correct order, and an instruction card detailing how to arrange the cards into a flip book.
The letters are filled with Primary and Secondary colors so you can use the cards to test color comprehension as well. The number cards are light blue to help distinguish a difference from the letters. They also have the written form of the number for those who would like to start spelling with their newly learned letters.
At low levels of funding the cards will come wrapped in shrink wrap inside a two piece easy-to-open kraft box. We will have to reach high quantities to make tuck boxes.
These Animated Flash Cards are not for everyone. There's a good chance there aren't many people casually looking for Flash Cards while this project is live. So I've worked to keep the funding goal down to a minimum to try to ensure those interested will be able to get these. Please Share on Facebook and Twitter. Tell your friends about it. You might know a little kiddo or have some friends with kids who can use a box of flash cards. Thank you. I hope to be sending someone you love a box of Animated Flash Cards soon.
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Risks and challenges
For those who are new to Kickstarter I'd like to say welcome and also I'd like to reiterate what most everyone says in their risks and challenges section.
No one individual can control all aspects of a project. That means several people are involved from the ground up. Card Printers, Box manufacturers, Post Office Men and Women, Weather Goblins, Bad Luck Monsters, Good Idea Faeries, and Chaos Engineers. They are all involved in this project along with me. What that means is there is always a chance that I wont be able to deliver on time.
We can prepare as much as we want but some of these issues cannot be resolved unless we allow it more time.
That being said, my plan is to be on time. Unless there are major hiccups, then I will probably be a little late.Learn about accountability on Kickstarter
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