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This wonderful sound book features over 100 sounds, so little ones can learn and play on their own. Aside from the alphabet, the activity pages help introduce things like vehicles, fruits, animals and numbers. There are three learning modes that children can progress through: letter and word identification, spelling and quiz mode. This book is designed for children ages 3 and older.
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This LeapFrog magnetic set is a terrific option that makes it easy for children to learn the basics of letters and language every day. Kids can select a letter, place it in the letter slot, and hear it sounded out. The whole set — letters and the apple-shaped speaker — sticks right to the fridge or other metal surfaces. In addition to being able to hear the name of the letter as well as its sound, children will be introduced to vocabulary words that begin with the letter they are learning about. This alphabet-sound teaching aid is recommended for children ages 2 to 4 years old.
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This is a fun game that allows children to take turns with their friends exploring an island and hunting for alphabet treasures. In the game, kids work to match uppercase letters, lowercase letters, and sounds with corresponding pictures, collecting as many discs as possible to win the game. By sounding out words and finding the matching letters, children will work on their language and reading skills as they play. This option is recommended for children ages 4 and older.
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This Learning Resources set includes 42 plastic cookies as well as 45 double-sided cards, two spinners, a storage jar and an activity guide with games based on early phonics, alphabet recognition and reading, giving children everything they need for many play options. The games teach skills such as finding the appropriate letter-shaped cookies to complete words on their cards or building complete words from scratch. This option is recommended for children ages 3 and up.
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This Learning Resources game lets children sort through and learn more about different letters using the included soup cans. The cans each include uppercase and lowercase versions of the letters on the cans, in addition to object cards that feature words associated with those images to help children build their early reading skills. The photo cards feature real-life photos as well, making them a great option that helps to engage children while also enhancing their vocabularies. This option is recommended for children ages 3 and up.
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This is a touchpad that is sure to spark the interest of young children. By pressing the display, kids will see colorful graphics that allow them to learn basic spelling as well as letter recognition and alphabet sounds. The tablet has a textured grip that makes it easy for little hands to hold. It is especially useful for teaching kids their ABCs with its musical tones. The volume of the touchpad is adjustable as needed. This option is recommended for children over 1 year old.
“Reading is quintessential to childhood development. Every parent understands the importance, yet no one has enough time to teach their kids as much as they would like. These clever reading toys are educational and fun, and though they look like ordinary toys, they have the added benefit of reinforcing the alphabet. Everyone knows how important it is to practice reading skills, so why not get toys that will help teach your kids along the way?”