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Alphablocks Clip & Learn Phonics Fun


Learn the alphabet with your favourite letter characters

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Learning your letters is easy when you’re having fun!

This engaging set brings 26 alphabet characters to life, helping children learn letters and form words using four interactive clip-on sheets. With ten fun games, including Word Magic, Meet the Alphablocks, I Spy, and Find the Vowel, children stay entertained while learning. The set also includes four favourite Alphablock songs to enhance the experience.

Key Features:

  • Interactive Learning: 26 alphabet characters and four clip-on sheets make learning letters enjoyable.
  • Variety of Games: Includes ten games such as Word Magic and I Spy to keep children engaged.
  • Musical Fun: Features four popular Alphablock songs to make learning even more enjoyable.

Recommended by Dr Gummer’s Good Play Guide, this product is ideal for making letter learning fun and interactive. Perfect for home or classroom use, it helps children develop essential literacy skills while enjoying playful activities.

What our testers said

“I can see A for Arabella” – Girl, aged 3

“Tap ttt tap, that’s a T” – Girl, aged 3

What our experts think

What better way to learn the alphabet than with your favourite letter characters, the Alphablocks! This is a fun and educational interactive toy that offers a huge range of activities depending on your child’s stage of learning. From letter recognition to word building. Our testers said their children engaged immediately with the game, it held their attention for a good amount of time and they loved how the children were learning without realising.

The children particularly liked the ‘riddle me’ game and the ‘spy game’ and older children from around 5 found the ‘spot it’ game where they had to build simple words really enjoyable. The clip n learn phonics game teaches children early reading skills, promotes letter recognition and develops word building skills.

Skills developed

– Promotes early reading skills

– Supports letter recognition

– Develops word building skills

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