Edit: Whoops, I got mixed up in who makes which sets and what is included in each. As said in the linked post, the 'Complete Set' is made by Alfred, and the the Sets A and B are made by Hal Leonard.
Edit: Maybe I should go ahead and pick up these cards and fill in any gaps with self-made cards. I'm going with the Hal Leonard sets A and B. I can always fill in any gaps with self-made cards.Complete Set (89 cards)
* cards 1-36 (yellow): Bass Clef; Treble Clef; Bass clef notes Low C through E above Middle C; Treble clef notes A below Middle C through High C.
* cards 37-50 (pink): Eighth though whole note including dotted fourth and dotted half; Eight rest through whole rest; time signatures 2/4, 3/4, 4/4.
* cards 51-65 (white): Words and symbols describing the tempo and volume of music.
* cards 66-77 (green): special music notations (sharp, flat, natural, fermata, pedal sign, 8va, staccato, slur, tied, repeat, repeats, D.C. al Fine).
* cards 78-89 (blue): harmonic and melodic intervals (treble clef only), key signatures
Set A (120 cards)
* cards 1-26 (pink): musical notations, symbols, and words for tempo and loudness
* cards 27-40 (pink): intervals (separate cards for treble and bass clefs)
* cards 1-33 (white): Low C through High C on joined Treble and Bass clef; Middle ledger B below Middle C to D above Middle C (shows two lines between clefs in a confusing manner).
* cards 34-40: (white): explanatory card, three note reading patterns (whole notes on two lines, no staff)
* cards 1-10 (yellow): explanatory card, quarter through whole note, quarter through whole rest, dotted half note, 4/4 time, 3/4 time
* cards 11-27 (yellow): Two-measure rhythm patterns
* cards 28-40 (yellow): Four-measure rhythm patterns
Set B (120 cards)
* cards 41-80 (pink): musical terms (for tempo and loudness).
* cards 41-80 (white): Scales, chords, and progressions
* cards 41-51 (yellow): Eighth notes and rests, dotted quarter, triplet, 2/4, 3/8, 6/8, common time, cut time
* cards 52-80 (yellow): Four-measure rhythm patterns
I'm in no big hurry on any of this. I would rather take the necesary time to plan well than jump in haphazard.