Clean First Word Cards Review – Usborne Books & More

Wipe – Clean First Word Cards

By: Felicity Brooks

Age: 3+

Pages: 30

Publisher: Usborne

ISBN: 540364

Price: $9.99

*All About the Book*

Another incredible card set from Wipe – Clean series. The set has 30 cards just like Wipe Clean Alphabet Cards, but it focuses is spelling and reading. Each front side of the card is separate with the word, a picture of the word, and how to write the word with dotted letters.

On the backside of the card, kids write the word twice with dots, only the first letter then completely on his or her own. The words are all three letters long.

The kids can also play a rhyming game with you. They can have fun with the sounds as he or she learns how to write and say the words. The pictures on each of the cards will catch the little eyes. Kids will also love how short the words are because they’re easy to write and read.

As a parent, you will love how much your kid(s) are learning right in front of your eyes. The cards set up will amaze you because it’s something simple and perfect for beginners. Your kid(s) and you can use them as slight cards as well as learning to write when the time is right.

*Our reaction*

My daughter loves to separate the word from the pack that rhyme. She looks at the pictures to tell me what it is then we read the word together and spell it before she writes. She then loves to review and sounds of the words. She loves rhyming, so this is most definitely one of her favorite things to do with the cards.

I love how the cards are making learning fun for my daughter. She has been absolutely with rhyme for a while now. The cards are helping me start a whole new level of rhyming. I’m loving it because she’s having fun and learning so far. I love watching her write out the word then hearing her say them out loud.

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6 thoughts on “Clean First Word Cards Review – Usborne Books & More

  1. This looks great! I’m not quite ready to teach spelling to my son, but will keep this in mind for when we are ready! Though I will be starting to teach him to write soon…

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      1. Haha, that’s great! My son has shown zero interest in spelling, but loves making letter sounds all the time. But he’s almost 4, so he’s going to have to start writing sooner rather than later!

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      2. Yeah. Unfortunately, he’s the product of 2 very stubborn people. Payback, maybe? He laughed at me today when I asked if he was ready to learn to write. Sigh.

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