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Bahasa Malaysia Suku Kata Cards

Posted on: March 10, 2010

This is the flash cards I used to teach the girls their first suku kata.

After cutting out the flash cards (well, I laminated them as well), I punch a hole on each of them, and use a ring to group those started with same consonant one together. It’s easier to flip and teach them, plus more organize, more logical for the children to pick up how each of them sound.

Different children have different way of learning.

Ling can follow and like to speak out when you flip the cards.

Ying, she just looks at it, don’t really like it if you want her to read it out.

But then, one day, she just can take out her Bahasa Malaysia book (easy one) and read out the word.

Please click the link below to download the file.

BM SukuKata cards (A4)

5 Responses to "Bahasa Malaysia Suku Kata Cards"

Hi Serene,

I am so glad to have come across your article and the flashcards. For english, i used the dolch list but had never can find for malay. THou i am a malay, the kids are not conversant due to my use of english. any other flashcards that we can do in malay? i hope to get your advise

i have lots of websites for english if you want. email me

sarila (ella)

Hi Sarila, i’m interested if you could share with me those related website for english tho as my son is 3 years old nw, even if you have any for malay tht’ll b helpful. Thank you so much, Nirmala
Ths my email id:

Cool blog! Is your theme custom made or did you download it from somewhere?
A design like yours with a few simple tweeks would really make my
blog shine. Please let me know where you got your design. Cheers

Hi, I got it from WordPress.

Thank you so much for sharing this flash card. Definitely made my life easier 🙂

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