ids these days are tech-savvy, and they get their hands-on the laptops or desktops from a very young age. While a lot of exposure to computer screens can be harmful to the eyes, we cannot ignore the fact that future generations need to learn and keep themselves updated.
I never had a chance to explain or teach computers to Siri. She somehow learned it by watching me use it. But I felt it is nice to have some flashcards so that parents can easily introduce the basic components/vocabulary of computers to their kids.
I was looking for some inspiration, and that is when I came across these flashcards online on Canva Premium. You also get access to other ready-to-use flashcards on the same website. Most of the flashcards are colourful, with bright illustrations. You can just download the pdf file, print it out, and cut the individual pieces.
You can make 16 flashcards using this template in no time. Just give it a try and you will not be disappointed. Check the images of the cards I made, they are just amazing, aren’t they?
You can always print these flashcards on thick cardboard paper, or you can print them on regular paper, and then cut and glue them onto a chart paper or paperboard.
If you have a laminator at home, you can laminate the sheet before cutting so that these flashcards last long. If you don’t have a laminator at home, you can always cover the paper using broad transparent tape before cutting.
If you like this template and wish to share it, please share the link to the blog and not just the pdf. The templates available on my blog are free for personal and classroom use.