For the ever-growing group of homeschooling families, parents of preschoolers or kindergarteners, caretakers, grandparents, and more. While the youngest children learn the basic alphabet, older ones learn to spell and read without even realizing it because they’re having so much fun.
The 52 wooden letters (two sets of the alphabet), 56 words, and 28 double-sided cards offer so much focus and engagement while kids have an absolute blast arranging them.
Beautifully crafted from wood
Sometimes the most natural and basic learning tools are the best. These colorful, happy wooden pieces represent everything wonderful about a montessori style toy. Kids want to look at them, hold them, and use every component in outstanding ways.
Less screen-time, more playtime
Break time from screens. Whether it’s online school or movies, screens are a part of many children’s lives -- but this language game provides a chance to get “back to nature”. The time away from electronic devices is a great gift and may even help their eyes, brains, and sleep patterns.
Start with lowercase
Lowercase is helpful because that is how we see most written text. It prepares new readers by familiarizing their eyes with the letter shapes they’ll commonly see in books, articles, signs, and more. It’s an effective method for early alphabet learners and new readers.