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Magnetic Letters & Numbers - 72 Pieces
|CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.|
Learn reading, arithmetic, recognition, colors, story-telling, and more! Includes 26 uppercase and 36 lowercase letters, 36 numbers, and 10 numbers (0-9). Brightly colored pieces have magnetic back.
26 Upper Case Letters
36 Lower Case Letters
10 Numbers (0-9)
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116 of 117 found the following review helpful:
Great magnetic lettersSep 10, 2011
These are really great magnetic letters. They are made of strong plastic, and the letters that are bigger have two magnets to make them stay straight. The colors are really bright and the magnets are strong. There is one of every uppercase letter. There are 4 lowercase a's and 2 lowercase letters of the remaining vowels. There are also 2 lowercase g, t, and s. There are also numbers 0-9. My 2 year old daughter loves letters and she has really enjoyed playing with these letters.
92 of 98 found the following review helpful:
Cheaper elsewhere!Nov 09, 2012
Great toy for my 4yr old. I can make several different games using these pieces (including science games using the magnets). But a tip for the other moms on a budget, Toys R Us has the same EXACT set for only $5.49 so if you have one close to you that would be a much better bet.
18 of 18 found the following review helpful:
Weak magnetsJul 21, 2013
Everything about this item is just as I had expected and hoped except for the fact that the magnets are so weak that they, at times, fall off of the fridge door when it is shut. I'm a bit disappointed in this product.
10 of 10 found the following review helpful:
Better MagnetsMar 23, 2013
By Dave Burchette
The magnets could have been a bit stronger. They slide down the frig when you open or close the door.
7 of 7 found the following review helpful:
Fun but they slide down the fridgeJan 15, 2013
By Ashley Barrett
I got these for my 2 year old. I originally bought a set of wooden Melissa and Doug ones for my older son but when my second son (the 2 year old) he put a couple of those in his mouth (total accident-my older son gave him one while I was cooking) and the edges are kind of warped so I like to save those for in the office for school time only. I thought these would be like the ones I grew up with but they slide down the fridge or turn often because there is only one little magnet in most of the letters and some are set back a little far to make good contact. Also there are duplicates of some letters but not others and no number duplicates. I couldn't even write Happy Birthday followed by my son's name because there is only 1 lower case r in the package which was used in the "Birthday" and his name has 2 "r"s in it. If you want the most flexibility in being able to spell words with your child get 2 sets and get them at Toys R Us if you have one local-if you don't it may be the same price to purchase them here once you include their shipping. I also thought it would be nice to note that there are no math symbols (I didn't assume there were but some people might) and that they come in a nice carrying case that can be spill proof if you put them in correctly which is a bonus for easy storage if you don't want a cluttered fridge. These work for our purposes I just wish the magnets were stronger or more of them.
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