Farm Themed Flashcards – Key Word Sign (KWS) flashcards – AAC – with video tutorials


24 Farm themed Key Word Sign (KWS) Flashcards with access to video tutorials.


Introducing our enchanting Farm-themed Flashcards, featuring delightful illustrations of farm animals and related scenes, along with corresponding Children’s Key Word Signs (KWS). These flashcards serve as a captivating tool to introduce the alphabet to young learners in an engaging manner.

On the reverse side of each card, you’ll find the corresponding KWS for each animal, along with a QR code linking to video tutorials demonstrating each sign. Perfect for early learning centres, schools, playgroups, nurseries, playrooms, and any setting where children gather.

Our carefully selected KWS include: Camel, Cat, Chicken, Cow, Dog, Donkey, Duck, Goat, Horse, Llama, Mouse, Pig, Rooster, Sheep, Turkey, Butter, Egg, Farm, Field, Fruit, Milk, Scarecrow, Tractor, and Vegetable.

Sunshine Sign and Sing specialises in creating Children’s Key Word Sign (KWS) resources, tailored for pre-verbal, non-verbal, or speech-delayed children, including those with selective/situational mutism. These signs, used alongside simplified speech, facilitate communication and language development.

Ideal for autistic children, apraxia of speech, Down’s syndrome, and other neurodiverse children, our flashcards can also aid Speech Pathologists and Occupational Therapists in expanding children’s vocabulary.

While our signs are borrowed from Auslan (Australian Sign Language), it’s important to note that Auslan has its own unique grammar and structure. Further they have a corresponding Deaf Community and Culture. Therefore if your child is Deaf or Hard or Hearing we strongly recommend you source Auslan resources and members of the Deaf Community to teach your child Auslan.

We advocate for widespread adoption of KWS as an alternative and augmentative communication tool (AAC), enabling pre-verbal children to express their needs and emotions. We believe in fostering communication among children, ensuring they have numerous communication partners, especially among their peers.