ABC, tell me what you see! These adorably illustrated boards are a great way to work on letter and word recognition; a child simply picks a board--the first letter of his or her name is always a good place to start--then fills in the uppercase and lowercase letters and identifies the picture. He or she can turn it over or take another board and do it all again. With so many letters (each letter in the alphabet in both uppercase and lowercase), children can find infinite ways to play!
Practice your letters and build fine motor skills at the same time! This value-packed learning set has a shaped lacing board for every letter of the alphabet. Each one features a colorful illustration on one side and a label on the back, complete with oversize uppercase and lowercase letters. Use the cards as flashcards, match the lace colors to the borders, or string together the entire alphabet - there are lots of ways to learn and play!
52 magnetic uppercase and lowercase letters make a colorful jumble of possibilities in their handy wooden case. Ideal for letter recognition, matching, and stenciling, these must-have letters spell "learning fun"!
Kids will love learning their letters with these cheerful Alphabet Train Lacing Beads from Melissa & Doug. They can explore the alphabet in any number of ways that encourage a love of language—from matching a letter to an animal (A is for Alligator; Z is for Zebra) to spelling simple words and their own name. The sturdy lace makes stringing together letters easy. Kids will feel a real sense of accomplishment when they choose a word on one of the double-sided spelling cards and string together the matching beads.
Details 10 colorful animal pictures to fill with oversized pattern blocks 47 multi-shaped plastic pattern blocks 5 double-sided wooden boards with shaped, recessed spots to fill Promotes fine motor skills, problem solving, hand-eye coordination, early math skills and color- and shape recognition. Includes ideas for additional skill-building activities.
This wooden bear is always smiling, but he’s happiest when fully dressed! Getting dressed won’t be such a puzzle once zipping, buckling, snapping, lacing and tying, and other dressing skills are mastered. Each skill is contained on a separate, wooden puzzle piece for easy practice. Develop fine motor and life skills with this great activity.