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Alphablocks Matchums


Learn to read with the Alphablocks and this fun phonics matching game

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Age: 3+ years

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Alphablocks, the acclaimed UK TV show, is a favourite among parents for helping millions of children learn to read. Now, with the Alphablocks Matchums game, children can learn the alphabet in a fun and engaging way.

The game offers four different modes of play to suit varying skill levels, from simple picture matching to more advanced letter recognition:

  • Matching picture to picture
  • Matching letter to picture
  • Matching picture to letter
  • Matching letter to letter

The game includes:

  • 5 picture boards
  • 5 letter boards
  • 30 picture cards
  • 30 letter cards
  • Instruction leaflet

Choose a side of the board and race to find all the cards that match the letters or pictures on your board. Alphablocks Matchums is designed to make learning enjoyable and effective.

Recommended by Dr Gummer’s Good Play Guide.

What our testers said

“My name begins with M for Mop” – Girl, aged 3

“I love Alpha Blocks, I see them on TV” – Boy, aged 5

What our experts think

Learn to read with the Alphablocks. A fun and engaging word and letter matching game with 4 levels of difficulty. Our testers said that the instruction booklet supplied made it easy to work out which level game was appropriate based on the child’s ability and they really liked that you could all play the same game together but with each child at a different learning level. Choose from simply matching pictures to each other or with the correct starting sound or when your child is ready level up to finding a picture beginning with the letter on your board.

The children engaged with the game well and understood the premise well as they had played matching games before. This game is an excellent resource to help children develop letter recognition, phonic letter sounds and word building skills in a fun way. It also promotes turn taking and listening.

Skills developed

– Develops letter recognition

– Teaches phonic letter sounds

– Promotes turn taking

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