Playing Cards-Learn to Sign ABC's-Print at Home
Set of 26 ABC playing card pairs and 2 wildcards. Each pair of cards has the sign depicting the letter on one side and a matching letter on the other.
The Easy to Learn and Simple to Teach method helps you and your children:
- Increases visual skills and observation skills.
- Learn through play
- Build SEE and ASL vocabulary – the alphabet is the same in ASL and SEE (Signing Exact English)
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- The goal of Old Maid is to form and discard pairs of cards and not to be left with the odd card (a wildcard such as a Teacher, Fish, Witch, Grandpa or Grandma) at the end.
- Use the “odd” card as the “Old Maid”.
- Shuffle the playing cards and deal them out to the children one at a time until all of the cards have been dealt.
- Each child matches then removes all pairs from their hand and places them face down in front of them.
- You lead. Spread out your cards and the first child on your left draws a card from your hand. If the child has a match or pair they remove that pair from their hand and place it in front of them.
- The child then offers their cards to the player on their left. Play proceeds in this way until all cards have been paired except one – The “Old Maid” card, which cannot be paired - and the player who has that card is the winner.
ABC Playing Cards are approximately 2.5" X 3.5" and can be printed side by side on 5" X 7" photo paper. No time to print your own set at home? A durable, water-resistant set of ABC Playing Cards is available here.