Free printable flash cards for fun preschool learning and beyond!

Learning is fun with these flash cards

Take a look at our free printable flash cards designed for the little one to learn ABC, numbers, new words and concepts.


Helping the little one’s first learning fun and sweet


Various flash cards for your math activities


Various flash cards for your math activities


Learning new words and concepts is great fun!


Try combining abstract shapes
and pretty colors with various colorful activities


These flash cards are available in multiple languages as well as English.
See if we have what you’re looking for!

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61 Responses to Free Printable Flash Cards

  1. These are absolutely amazing! What stunning work! I am in love with this website.
    Thank you. Thank you. Thank you.

  2. I’ve just printed off the alphabet uppercase and lowercase colouring pages as well as the number ones.. Can’t wait to sit down with my 3 year old to start colouring! Any chance of making colouring in flashcards?

  3. Hi. I read, in a danish blogg, that you have made the flash cards in danish. I cannot download and print these…?? Help please πŸ™‚

  4. Hi! Do you have flashcards for different professions like plumber, nurse, teacher, etc? I’m looking for flashcards for my preschool age daughter.. Thanks!

  5. these are great cards. would you consider doing basic cards with pics of: mum,dad,granma,granpa,house,kinder and so on.

  6. This site is fantastic love it cant wait to start going through some with my 2 year old. do you have any cards that can help with kids and starting sentences as my son does babble a lot and I have had some comments saying he should be a bit more understanding

  7. Your website is brilliant but where do you think I should start with a lady who has dementia, can you help, started singing head, shoulders, knees and toes have you a website with parts of the body, many thanks eagerly awaiting your reply

  8. So awesome. I’d love all these same cards in Spanish so I could glue the Spanish version to the opposite site.

  9. Wow!! These are awesome! I use them for my 1st grade ESL class in Korea! Thanks for posting great resources πŸ™‚

  10. I’ve been looking for “feelings”… I know you’ve got “emotions”, and, boy, they are awesome! But I would love something with a little bowl and spoon that says “hungry”, or a little sippy cup that says “thirsty”… you know… all the wonderful things that I would love for my toddler to better communicate with me… maybe a little bed that says “tired”… just a thought… And, as always, I love bilingual stuff! Your site is absolutely fantastic, this is really a great resource.

  11. you are an angel! i am teaching small children here Thailand, not much of teaching materials then i found this page. thank you ver much. bless your heart.

  12. Do you think you could do blank flash cards that people could fill in on this site? For example, for older kids to study for semester tests and such. It’s such a hassle to write out every individual flash card. This way, they could fill out the flash cards with what they need and it would be a lot faster.

  13. Have you ever concidered doing a set of alphabet sign language flash cards? Im trying to teach my toddler ASL and its been hard finding printable flashcards anywhere.

  14. Would you be able to make the English flash card using the Teacher’s Pet font?
    The problem with the existing style is it uses the wrong a and g etc (we don’t use these in schools and so it can confuse a child). Thanks so much! πŸ˜‰

    (I notice that your dolche sight words are the correct font style)

  15. yes i would also ove these all in spanish so i could glue them on the back of each one these are brilliant!!

  16. Hi! have you thought about making weather flashcards? Like storm, tornado…ect. I know in the earth flashcards you have rain and snow and stuff. Im trying to make a weather board for the girl I nanny

  17. Hello
    Would you consider making flash cards with verbs? My son is autistic and he doesn’t quite understand the actions like jumping, swimming, walking, etc.
    Thank you
    Benjamin Starr

  18. Loved this page! It is usually very difficult to find useful AND beautiful flashcards! I’m a Graphic designer/English Teacher and I usually waste a lot of time making my own materials for class because I can’t stand ugly and old drawings, the ones you offer are just perfect! Thank you so much!

  19. Looking to make my own (if need be) with an autism//non-verbal individual (21 yrs old Femaie) to learn emergency methods for the safety of herself, as well as her parents and others. Flash cards with “fire,” “police,” “predators,” with 911. Just thinking out loud. This individual has been in no harm and I want to keep it that way. Thank you for your fabulous site and guidance.