Matching Letter Game,Letter Spelling and Reading Game for Preschool Kindergarten 3 and 4 Letter Picture Word Matching Game, Educational Learning Games for Kids
(as of Dec 03,2019 00:16:54 UTC – Details)
matching letter is an essential educational game for preschoolers ages 3 and up and makes fun activity for parent and children to play together. Board game allows players to match pictures to the word, teaching children both the alphabet and correct spelling.
this game helps develop word recognition, hand and eye coordination, strategical thinking, sociability, concentration and increases memory. Not only does this activity teach spelling and memorization, but also helps children advance hand and eye coordination and their ability to play together.
matching letter is for 2 or more players, which is great for parents and children to play together. Suitable for kids ages 3 and up. Matching letter game comes with a tray, 8 letter cubes, 30 picture cards, 60 word cards with 3 and 4 letter words.
tray x 1
letter cubes x 8
picture cards x 30 (60 word cards with 3 and 4 letter words)
manual x 1
CHOKING HAZARD — small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs. And not for little ones If they still put things into their mouth.
Perfect for preschoolers: this matching letter games helps develop memory skills, strategic thinking, sociability, spelling and increases word recognition.
Educational AND enjoyable: The board games allows children to make the connection between objects and their names while having fun with the flashcards and letter cubes.
Family fun & multiple benefits: the matching letter spelling game not only does activity teach spelling and memorization, but also helps children advance hand and eye coordination. The spelling game is designed for 2 or more players, great for parents and children to play together.
Package included: The matching letter game comes with 1 tray, 8 letter cubes, 30 picture cards, 60 word cards with 3 and 4 letter words.
Warning: CHOKING HAZARD — small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs and not for little ones if they still put things into their mouth.