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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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88 of 88 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.
59 of 61 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.
7 of 7 found the following review helpful:
Good quality productDec 25, 2011
I was a little worried the magets would be weak and not attach to the metal-backed white board for which they were intended, but they do have good magnets and are well manufactured with no sharp edges. Good product!
18 of 23 found the following review helpful:
dinky little lettersMar 09, 2012
These are dinky little letters - that are cheap - with magnets that can come out. Pretty sure 3 year olds won't find this too stimulating - and not good for little ones.
They are cheap. Cheap. Cheap. No way MSRP of $20. I found some that are called the same thing at ToysRUS for $5. Oh - and "Toysrus" is on the packaging. Huh.
14 of 18 found the following review helpful:
They'll do the job.Dec 29, 2011
I purchased the letters and number magnets for my 3 year old. It was a stocking stuffer for Christmas. They were shipped quickly. I feel the value for what I recieved was good. I payed $10 for the set. They are holding up well so far, and she's rather ruff on her things. I like the fact that the more commonly used letters are duplicated so I can spell out things for her, like her name and limited short sentences. They were ment to give me the opportunity to start to teach her numbers and letters. I think they will serve to do just that.
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