Feature and Benefits:-
• providing a meaningful context for children to learn concepts and skills
• making learning fun and enjoyable
• encouraging children to explore and discover together and on their own
• encouraging children to experiment and take risks
• abstract thinking
• anxiety reduction
• enjoyment, fun, love of life
• relaxation, release of energy, tension reduction
- One simple game that encourages many skills
- Encourages bonding time with your child
- Lightweight and portable
- Suitable for Age 2 -6
- Material: Plastic
- Package Includes: illustrated cards, alphabet cubes, and game tray.
- Cards with 3- to 4-letter words.
- Children will be able to find difference between object and word recognition
- Letter recognition and matching, spellings, sorting and grouping, concentration and memory
- The box is light weight and portable
- Our children are gifted with the power to achieve extraordinary learning through creative play. They learn best when they can anchor intellectuallearning from books with experiential learning, or learning through play.
- Learning through play is how children make sense of the world around them. Through play they can develop social and cognitive skills, mature emotionally, and gain the self-confidence required to engage in new experiences and environments.
- Key ways that young children learn include playing, being active, exploring and new experiences, talking to themselves, communication with others, meeting physical and mental challenges, being shown how to do new things, practicing and repeating skills and having fun.
- For older pre-schoolers, cover the words to exercise their spelling skills as well as to stimulate memories as they learn to recognize the pictures.
- Children are able to learn vocabularies and words adequately by recognizing sounds, therefore saying and enunciating a word before spelling it is essential to learning.