Learning Resources Alphabet Island Letter/Sounds Game - Educational - 2 to 4 Players
Item Number: LRN5022
Our Price: $15.62 / EA (savings $4.37)
Quantity in Stock: 48
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- Interactive gameplay will have players racing to match letters to win
- Versatile design enhances difficulty for added challenge
- Easy-to-play format teaches alphabet and reinforces letter-recognition
- Designed for children ages 4 and up
Letter and sounds game will have players racing to match both uppercase and lowercase letters while they watch out for the hungry shark. For an added challenge, flip the lowercase letters over on Alphabet Island to reveal picture words and match beginning sounds to uppercase letters. Easy-to-play format helps children learn the alphabet and reinforce letter-recognition. Game is designed for children ages 4 and up.
Manufacturer: Learning Resources
Manufacturer Part Number: 5022
Manufacturer Website Address: http://www.learningresources.com
Product Name: Alphabet Island Letter/Sounds Game
Packaged Quantity: 1 Each
Game Type: Educational
Game Theme: Learning
Skill Learning: Literacy Skills,Letter Recognition,Uppercase Letters,Lowercase Letters,Alphabet,Picture Words,Phonic
Minimum Number of Players: 2
Maximum Number of Players: 4
Recommended Age: 4+
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