Thanks to Alex Toys, learning letters is fun! Kids need lots of repetition to remember the alphabet so why not make it a game? My little friends loved picking up one piece of the 2-part puzzle per letter, identifying the picture and searching for the other half. Where are the buttons for B? Dots for D? or Cars for C? Favorites were E for eggs (kids love food!), U for Umbrella and R for Rocket. Many letters became the shape of the object like “Owl,” “Monster,” and “Ice cream.” Several levels of language and literacy learning are tapped as kids see the letter, a corresponding word that begins with that letter, and start to associate the letter with its matching sound for later reading success. Oh, did I mention they liked climbing up the ladder on the L, and cooking up the E in their kitchen for some eggs? Who knew it would spark some pretend play too!
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