- Looking to boost your child’s appreciation of aesthetic arts?
What’s here for you
Check out Famous Paintings Flash Cards:
Suitable Age Range:
- From babies onwards
- Size of card: B5 (25.7cm x 18.2cm, larger than A5, smaller than A4) – shows details while remaining easy to flash
- Number of cards: 120
- Premium quality 350gsm cards
- Front: picture of painting
- Title of painting (English & Chinese)
- Period (numbers)
- Artist (English & Chinese)
- Details (Numbers & Chinese)
- Published by Si Ke Qi Zhi Research Institute (set up by Shichida Education International to create learning materials for Shichida China)
How to Use:
- Flash the cards at 1 to 2 cards per second
- After a flash card session, play a few “Which One” games with the child.
- Note: If you need to learn exactly how to use flash cards correctly, you may wish to attend my Home Practice Intensive Workshop
Close Up View (Front of Flash Cards):
Clear printing with a small serial number at the corner
Close Up View (Back of Flash Cards):
Includes the title of painting (English & Chinese), period (numbers), artist (English & Chinese), and details (numbers & Chinese).
We love learning about famous paintings. I created a DIY set (A4), bought a set from another publisher (A5, half A4) and then this set here (B5, between A4 and A5).
This B5 size is wonderful — shows the picture clear enough while remaining easy to flash. The thick and smooth card stock is of premium quality.
When we were outdoors, 5-year old Vee would point out paintings that he recognises.
We truly enjoy using these flash cards, and hope you and your little one will like them too!
- English step-by-step guide on how to flash cards and play “Which One” games (downloadable upon purchase)
These are ready stocks, to be sent out from Singapore and Malaysia. Very limited number of sets are available.
We are also able to send to Australia, Brunei, Canada, India, Indonesia, Thailand, United Arab Emirates, Vietnam, and the U.S.
To order, just click the “Add to cart” button now.
P.S. These flash cards are for families who believe that art appreciation is important.