I found these flashcards very versatile, especially that the objects are displayed with their names and definite articles. Ideal as a fun tool to teach German grammar, such as how the articles change for various cases or the adjective endings, such as "the yellow banana" or "one yellow banana". You could also use them to make up/tell a story. Fantastic to teach children and adults.
At last a fun way to keep up German skills at home. There is often a lack of materials for languages such as German or Russian, that are fun and didactic for small children. These cards are a step in the right direction!
Trying to bring up our daughter bilingual and these cards are a great help. Probably more for me than her as it's me who forgets to speak to her in German a lot of the time.
The farm yard tales touchy fealy hide and seek lift the lap book was one of her favourite books so she already knows all these characters. She loves going through the cards (with some help, as she's only 20 months old). Her speech is really advanced for her age and she can name quiet a few in German and most of them in English.
The words, which are printed below the pictures in small and on the backs of the cards will be handy for when she starts to read.
This set of delightful cards is highly recommended for toddlers up to primary age, especially fans of Stephen Cartwright.