LRN8555

Letter Construction Activity Set

Theme/Subject: Learning - Skill Learning: Letter Recognition, Alphabet, Mathematics, Uppercase Letters, Lowercase Letters - 3+

Reg. Price $39.99

Our Price $39.91 Per Set

Quantity In Stock!
Color-coded pieces allow children to quickly build letters they see
Pieces easily snap together to build both uppercase and lowercase letters
Set includes letter pieces, activity cards and activity guide
Designed for children ages 3 and up
  • Additional Info
SKU
LRN8555
Manufacturer
Learning Resources
Manufacturer Part Number
8555
Packaged Quantity
1 / Pack
Limited Warranty
1 Year
Recommended Age
3+
Skill Learning
Lowercase Letters
Theme/Subject
Learning
Recycled
No

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Letter Construction Activity Set
 
4.3

(based on 6 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

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80%

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5.0

Great product

By Lauren

from undisclosed

Verified Buyer

Comments about Letter Construction Activity Set:

So great for the light table and so big! I actually love the size, great for little hands to manipulate. My little one has loved making the letters come to life as well as experimenting with the pieces to make designs and her letter inventions.

 
5.0

Great practice!

By Okie Grandma

from Oklahoma

About Me Parent

Pros

  • Can Withstand Use
  • Easy To Play
  • Educational
  • Fun

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Children

    Comments about Letter Construction Activity Set:

    I purchased this set for my grandsons to use. The boys are 4 years old and we do pre-school during the day while their parents work. They love to play with this set!

    • Was this a gift?:
    • No
     
    4.0

    Love it but

    By Luv2Homeschool

    from Mesa, AZ

    About Me Educator, Parent

    Pros

    • Can Withstand Use
    • Educational
    • Fun
    • Interactive

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Children

      Comments about Letter Construction Activity Set:

      Love the product. Although the stacks can be a little difficult for little fingers to pull apart at first but great storage and cards. Like the stack don't know how well snapping will hold up over time. BIGGEST CON: ONLY thing I wish as with all products like this is there was enough to actually build all lower case or upper case letters in the Alphabet at the same time. I know it wasn't intent but would be awesome one time if a child could complete an entire A to Z collection and put in order.

      • Was this a gift?:
      • No
       
      5.0

      Great learning toy

      By Cynara

      from Northern Jersey

      Pros

      • Colorful
      • Durable
      • Easily Stored
      • Light Weight

      Cons

      • Pricey but worth it

      Best Uses

        Comments about Letter Construction Activity Set:

        Have used this in my 4-5 year old room with great success for 2 years. The children love to create structures as well as letters. It leads to incidental learning while they are creating. I did laminate the cards that came with the set and put them on a ring to make sure they stayed together. I will get a second set someday.

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        • No
         
        5.0

        Love it

        By MamaTom

        from Topeka, KS

        Verified Buyer

        Comments about Letter Construction Activity Set:

        This was very engaging for a students with Autism. The precise nature of the activity and the color coded examples were just what he needed. It will coordinate with handwriting resources that I frequently use.

        • Was this a gift?:
        • No

        (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

         
        2.0

        Not as easy as it looks

        By Cynthia

        from Sandpoint, Idaho

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Shows Curves Lines Well

        Cons

        • Hard to put together

        Best Uses

          Comments about Letter Construction Activity Set:

          I am using this with 4/5 yr. olds. Putting the curves and lines together is not as easy as it looks for little hands. I do like how it is a hands-on activity for showing the curves and lines necessary to make the letters. I would not have purchased this had I known how difficult it is for little hands.

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