A set of beautifully illustrated, fact-filled picture cards all about rocks and minerals, for children aged 5-7 years.
Teach your young children all there is to know about the minerals and rocks found beneath their feet, with this delightful set of 54 flashcards. Dig up the Earth and uncover the wonderful world of rocks and minerals with this collection of colorful, educational picture cards. From rough rocks to glistening gems and everything in between, children will love mastering the names and learning all of the must-know facts and figures – there will be no stone left unturned! These two-sided cards provide fascinating facts to improve children's understanding, simple questions to test their memory, and a pronunciation guide for each rock and mineral to help children develop their vocabulary and reading abilities. What are you waiting for? Get stuck in to discover:
-54 sturdy cards with child-friendly rounded corners -Easily transportable box means you can enjoy these flashcards on the go -Bright, colorful illustrations to engage young children -Prompts on the back of each card encourage discussion and promote interactive learning
My First Rocks and Minerals Flashcards set is a must-have for curious children ages 5-7 with an interest in Earth, and the rocks and minerals that can be found beneath our feet, as well as parents, carers and educators who want to teach children all about rocks and minerals. This stunning set of flashcards also makes for a beautiful gift and more importantly, makes learning fun! Whether you have a budding geologist on your hands or just a curious and inquisitive child, these picture cards are sure to keep little ones entertained and engaged time and time again!
About the Author
Dr. Devin Dennie is writer, producer, and host of the show Geology Kitchen. He received his PhD from the University of Oklahoma in Geology & Geophysics. Dr. Dennie has worked on a large variety of educational television, video, and documentary projects, including Oklahoma Rocks! (2008), RockHounds: The Movie (2005), and North Texas Explorer: Hollywood Comes to Texas (2008).