Family Flashcards

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15 family member flashcards.



This set has 15 cards for teaching the words for people in a family.

These cards are suitable for teaching young learners as well as beginner adults. When teaching young children, you may want to omit the cards for children, daughter and son 🙂

Three of the cards depict the word “family”, showing examples of families of different sizes: 3 people, 4 people + dog, and a 9-person extended family with grandparents.

Other Uses for Family Flashcards

Pair up the family flashcards with another set of vocabulary cards when you need subjects for sentence building activities. For example, pulling one card each from the family set and an action flashcard set:

Card 1brother

Card 2draw

Possible Sentences =

  • My brother likes to draw.
  • My baby brother can’t draw.
  • Does your brother draw?

Family Flashcards Word List

  • brother
  • children
  • daughter
  • family
  • father
  • grandfather
  • grandmother
  • grandparents
  • mother
  • parents
  • pets
  • sister
  • son

10 comments for Family Flashcards

  1. Sally Huntley

    I have used these family flashcards with my beginning ELD kid for years! There are so many things we do with them. Thanks to the creators for helping all of us.

  2. Karen

    That’s nice to hear! You’re very welcome 🙂

  3. Cooper

    Thanks again. My little speech toddlers are going to love this.

  4. Karen

    Great! I hope your little ones have fun 🙂

  5. Alona

    thanks a billion))) Great set.

  6. Karen

    You’re welcome.

  7. navarro

    Thank you for creating and sharing your work but I must say: Why the father can enjoy with kids and the mother is justing ironing? Maybe it wasn’t your intention but I think it’s better to support the visibility of women.

  8. Karen

    Thanks for your feedback. I totally agree with you!

    We purchased the images quite a long time ago in order to assemble them into flashcard sets for teachers. The original images probably weren’t intended by the artist to be a stereotype for “mother” :O

    You’re right, I think it’s time to update the set!

  9. Katherine Nash

    thanks for this ESL job interview today and it is exactly what I need

    • Karen

      Glad the cards were helpful!

  10. 5 out of 5


    Very helpful

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