|Gender: Boy; Girl||Product Type: Stackers / Sorters|
|Material: Wood||Batteries/Electric: No|
|Age Start: 4 Years||Age End: And Up|
Questions & Answers
Melissa and Doug See & Spell
Fun for all
Teena from Wheeling, WV– Verified Buyer– Top 1000 Reviewer
Great for working on beginning phonics and reading. The letters are small enough that they are great for also developing fine motor skills, but so small that it can be cumbersome for younger kids.
Great for Pre K
M0mmy from Ohio– Verified Buyer
My daughter is learning hw to read & spell. She is starting Kindergarden in the fall and has learned to spell these words. She can also use the letters to spell other words. Its a great way to teach kids to recognize a word with the picture.
Jamie T from Lake Stevens, WA– Verified Buyer
As a homeschooling momma I am always looking for unique items to make learning fun.
Making Reading Fun
Clothesline Musings from Western Wisconsin
I love the durability of the strong wood that Mellisa & Doug use in their educational toys. This is a perfect toy for beginning readers who are just starting to take an interest in spelling. The letters are durable, the colors are vibrant and the fun doesn't stop with the premade word forms, my son began creating his own words along the side. He also began teaching his younger brother how to spell using this fine toy. I would highly recommend this to any parent of a beginning reader. Great Fun.
Great learning tool
hilltopchiro from Columbus, OH– Verified Buyer– Top 1000 Reviewer
great toy for a kid learning how to spell
Awesome learning toy!
momondealz from Virginia Beach, Va.
This toy is of high quality and excellent at helping my toddler with his cognitive thinking skills, yet fun and enjoyable at the same time!
Located just outside of Stamford, CT, Melissa & Doug, has grown from a basement in 1988 to a leader in the children's toy industry. They now carry over 600 unique and exciting products.
Their success has not gone unnoticed. They continue to be recognized year after year by consumer magazines, toy publications, school market associations, and they have even been featured on TV shows, in movies and in children's educational videos.