Learning the alphabet has never been this fun or easy!
Children will be immersed in hours of educational play as they assemble each of the 26 Alphabet Puzzle Cards.
The cards are specially designed to promote fun, engaging, and simple methods of learning the alphabet.
Firstly, I love the wooden box this comes in, much more sturdy than the usual cardboard ones.
My daughter is just under 3 so just starting to get into the alphabet but really enjoys this puzzle. She is familiar with nearly all the pictures used so that is really helpful.
At this stage we are matching the letter with the picture based on colour and the shape of the puzzle piece as matching letters seems to be a bit beyond her at the moment but it works really well as some pieces are rounded and some are squarer and only one piece fits correctly so she is able to self-monitor her progress.
We have also come up with lots of other games like spelling words and making picture stories with the picture pieces, so you are really getting many games in one and it can be used from about 2 years on to school age.
I really like this puzzle due to its diverse uses, attractive pictures and pieces are reasonably durable so should last. Would definately buy this as a gift for someone with preschool children.
Random listing from 'Toys'...
All trademarks, images and copyrights on this site are owned by their respective companies.
KIWIreviews is an independent entity, part of the ePLURIBUS.nz Network. This is a free public forum presenting user opinions on selected products, and as such the views expressed do not necessarily reflect the opinion of KIWIreviews.co.nz and are protected under New Zealand law by the "Honest Opinion" clause of the Defamation Act of 1992. KIWIreviews accepts no liability for statements made on this site, under the assumption that they are the true and honest opinions of the individual posters. In most cases, prices and dates stated are approximate and should be considered as only guidelines.
"We don't have much money to do this, so we're going to have to think."
Sir Ernest Rutherford