See & Spell Learning Toy
Item # 2940
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Complete a puzzle to spell a word! This handsome wooden puzzle set helps children gain familiarity with the letters of the alphabet and their sounds as kids develop a sight-reading vocabulary. The letters are also wonderful for stenciling and lots of learning games. More than 50 colorful wooden letters fit into the eight two-sided cutout boards to spell three- and four-letter words. All this spelling and fine motor fun fits into one compact wooden storage case!
- 4+ years
- 50+ colorful wooden letters fit into the 8 two-sided cutout boards to spell three- and four-letter words - complete a puzzle to spell a word!
- Develop sight-reading vocabulary, spelling and fine motor skills
- Fits into one compact wooden storage case
- WARNING: Choking Hazard - Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
What do you get?
Learn the A-B-Cs of Spelling
Learning to spell is as easy as A-B-C with this classic wooden See & Spell! Eight double-sided wooden cut-out puzzle boards feature beautiful color illustrations of everyday objects like a bird, a bus, a pig and a fish, as well as the name of the objects. More than 50 colorful wooden lower-case letters fit into the puzzle boards to spell the words, and can also be used on their own for countless letter games and activities. The puzzle boards and letters store neatly in a sturdy wooden box.
- Product: 3" x 6.5" x 14" Packaged 2.6 lbs
- Package: 13.9" H x 9.2" W x 1.75" L
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Give kids one of each letter, "a" through "z." Ask them to place the letters in alphabetical order. Once they have successfully completed the alphabet, have them identiy the color of each letter.
Place the letters "at" on a flat surface. Ask kids if there are words they are able to spell by placing a single letter in front of the "at." For example: bat, cat, fat, hat, mat, pat, rat, sat, or vat. Try other word endings like "ad," "an," or "ame."
Place eight boards in front of kids. Say an initial letter sound. Have kids remove any board(s) with that initial sound. Repeat the activity until all the panels have been removed.
Allow kids to choose either side of any panel. Ask them to identify the letters needed to spell the word and to repeat the image's initial letter sound.