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This deck was designed with accessibility in mind: the colors comply with ADA 508 and WCAG 2.1 AA and AAA requirements. The font used is FrankReuhl, a serif typeface. It is to help the student learn to identify the alphabet in a serif face to facilitate reading books which have been printed in a serif face type.
In 2012, I originally designed four-color (orange/green/blue/red) flash cards for my baby granddaughter. The red was not WCAG 2.1 compliant, but she had no disability in reading the letters on the red background, so it was all good. A year or so later, my son asked me to print out three more decks of the alphabet flash cards so that he could use them to play a form of Memory (the card game like Concentration - you know what I mean if you're familiar with that TV show). I supplied him with the 3 extra decks, and he and the little one enjoyed playing with them for a long time.
THIS DECK is designed for the teacher who wants to print the deck out on either a white index or colored card stocks. Best printed on 8.5" x 11" (letterhead size) without margins and then cut and laminated. For the student with dyslexia, use pastel blue or a color similar to Astrobright Lunar Blue as the blue background has been found to be especially good when working with such students.
This deck is also part of the 5-deck collection of alphabet flash cards.