Reading Alphabet Blocks Flash Cards 03 - Wooden Montessori Learning Toys | Ziror
🌈WOODEN READING & SPELLING
Toys Each set of words learning toy comes with 5 Handheld Sets of Rotating Blocks with 3-letter word movable blocks with 40 double-sided thickened flashcards everyday life vocabulary such as animals, food...easy understand for kids, building up their confidence on learning.
🌈SAFETY & HIGH-QUALITY
The Wooden rotating rods Letter Blocks, fawn shaped brackets, base and tray are made of natural wood which is non-toxic and safe for kids. Larger-size wooden blocks which is prevent the risk of the kids swallowing. Spelling card colorful print is ideal colorful printed pattern with rounded corners and no sharp edges, smooth and burr-free and easy to use.
The learning card has two sides, one side is a pattern with text and the other side is only a pattern. Kids also can spell out the words on the wooden alphabet blocks according to the pattern of the sight words flash card when they master the word. Suitable for kids playing with family or friends, exercising social skills.
🌈EDUCATIONAL MONTESSORI LEARNING TOY
Matching letter helps develop memory skills, hand-eye coordination, thinking training, increase spelling ability, word recognition, and concentration. Promote your preschooler’s creativity, stimulate their curiosity & boost confidence as they build vocabulary & acquire definitions of various words; perfect for preschoolers, English language beginners, kindergarten and older kids.
A Great Puzzle Game Educational Toys for Kids
Parents are the best teachers for kids, these puzzles toys encourage kids to achieve the best educational experience, sharing fun between parent and child.
- Develop children's grip strength, cognitive ability, observation ability, motor skills and hand-eye coordination.
- It is a perfect gift for kids ages 1-5 boys and girls, for festival, birthdays, Christmas day or Children's day a surprise and happiness.
- If your baby is under 3 years, we recommend that younger children use our wooden sorting toys under parental supervision to avoid the risk of entry.