Alphabet Sounds Reading Cards features:
-- 26 double-sided cards, one for each letter of the alphabet
-- 12 single-sided (or print back-to-back, if you prefer) bonus cards
Letter cards feature the letter and a picture of an item that starts with that letter on the front, and a short list of 3 to 5 (usually 5) sounds, combining that letter with other letters — vowel cards follow a pattern similar to “in, ip, id, im, it” and consonant cards follow a pattern similar to “mo, me, mi, mu, ma”.
Bonus cards feature vowel-consonant combinantions, following a pattern similar to “pa, fa, wa, ta, ma”.
All cards have a tab on the top with a circle for punching holes and storing on a metal ring, or for threading yarn through the hole and hanging on an item such as a toy duck for the “d” card, etc. These tabs may be left on or cut off to leave a deck of rectangular cards.