Spectacular animals from Africa black and white contrast cards for babies and toddlers.
12 animal picture cards that can be used from birth to entertain and stimulate baby development and visual development, right up to toddlers and preschool age as little ones learn about animals.
On the front of each card is an illustration of an animal and on the back there are facts to read aloud plus an activity for older children to interact with.
Useful, fun and engaging these baby development flash cards are a great addition to any parenting tool kit! They have a long list of uses including around the changing mat, in the crib, in the car or on a plane, for tummy time, out and about, in the pushchair or pram, with older siblings and many many more.
Each of our early learning flash cards sets is the gift that grows as they grow helping children develop and learn. Animal fact cards for kids helps fuel a love for wildlife from newborn to 6 years and beyond.
This set of animal flash cards contains giraffe, zebra, hippo, rhino, osterich, African elephant, meerkats, warthog, buffalo, gazelle, lion and gorilla.
Made with 100% FSC Certified paper printed with soy ink.
The box is 165mm x 120mm x 25mm. Each card is 155mm x 110mm. Approx total weight 224g.
These were really well received as a newborn baby present for decorating a crib. Excellent service when ordering, personal, efficient and highly recommended
Really lovely flash cards, they're great quality and are thicker than I was expecting. My 6 week old baby is captivated by them but I know they're going to continue to be really useful as she grows, particularly as they have great facts on the back too. Perfect present for a new baby!
I ordered the Animals of Africa flashcards and couldn't be happier. The high-contrast pictures are wonderful and I love the animal facts on the back of each card, it'll be such a fun little activity to do with my baby when he arrives. Thanks so much.
My baby adores his new flash cards with beautiful pictures of African animals on. They really capture his attention, with the added bonus that his big sister enjoys looking at them with him. Double winner!