Toddler's First 200 Words - Matching Pack

Give your toddler a head start with this set of 24 matching activities specifically designed for ages 18 months - 3 1/2 yearsEncourage speech and language development, introduce vocabulary, the alphabet, numbers, colors, shapes and more!
This pack features approximately 200 words that children typically learn within their first few years, all depicted with REAL photographs.


Toddler matching activities for tot school to encourage speech and language development, vocabulary and early learning concepts such as the alphabet, numbers, color, shapes, animals, foods, emotions and more. 200 real photographs makes learning easy and fun!
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Included categories:
  • colors (6 main)
  • pets
  • fruits
  • body parts
  • fun stuff
  • farm animals
  • mealtime
  • outdoors
  • vehicles
  • shapes
  • clothing
  • emotions
  • numbers/counting 1-5
  • numbers/counting 6-10
  • prepositions
  • opposites
  • colors (9)
  • foods
  • zoo animals
  • at home
  • action words
  • letters A-I
  • letters J-R
  • letters S-Z

For best results, it is recommended that you laminate all the pages, then cut out the pieces on the designated pages, and use transparent velcro dots in the middle of each photograph. For more info, see image above.
You will receive 1 digital PDF file. No physical items will be shipped.


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Some of the activities included:


...and more!

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4 comments:

  1. HI, LOOKING INTO BUYING THIS. BUT I HAVE A QUESTION. IS THERE MORE PICTURES FOR EVERTHING? LIKE FOR FOODS, OR ITS JUST THOSE 9 PICTURES? AND SO ON WITH ANIMALS,ACTIONS,FRUITS,CLOTHING,ETC...

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    1. Hi Mara,

      Thanks for your question. Since this set is designed for very young children (toddlers), each mat has 6 or 9 pictures in order to make it easy enough. There are 24 mats and some of the themes are repeated, for example there is a Food mat and also another Fruit mat. There are several with animals including Pets, Farm Animals and Zoo Animals. What I recommend is creating a binder to store all the mats. Older toddlers would be able to complete the entire binder in one sitting, while younger toddlers might only do a few of the mats. I hope this helps!

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    2. Hi,
      I have a question that are these free ones or we have to purchase them as it is mentioned as 200 free printables.

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  2. Sorry that I had paid and would you please send via email? As I can't find back the folder..
    Thanks

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