Spelling isn’t the easiest subject for everyone. Especially in the early years, helping children understand how letters combine to form words is important. These simple spelling puzzles help children create basic words that combine three to four letters.
This puzzle spelling toy introduces kids to simple three- and four-letter words while also helping to build literacy and confidence with words.
We like that this puzzle spelling toy includes three and four-letter words. As is common, each completed puzzle also features the corresponding image for better cognition.
As is common, this puzzle spelling toy includes three- and four-letter words with their corresponding images. You’ll get 10 puzzles each of three- and four-letter words.
With this puzzle spelling toy you’ll get 52 wooden letters and 28 cards. Each card features an outline of the word along with a corresponding image to reinforce memory and cognition.
We like that with this puzzle spelling toy you also get a wooden crate with organizing slots to hold the boards and individual letter pieces. Each board has letter cutouts and a word image.
Word puzzles can improve your child’s vocabulary and their retention of spelling rules. Plus, they make learning fun and entertaining for little ones. In an increasingly digital era when kids spend hours in front of the TV or their mobile devices, these puzzles might even get them off their gadgets and help limit screen time.
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