Learn to read and write in 3 ways. Children put the word puzzles together in the little houses, write words using the moveable letters then practice writing them themselves with the pen provided. The game is inspired by the Montessori three-period method from Headu.
What our testers said
“What’s an animal that has 5 letters that isn’t a tiger?” – Boy aged 5
“I can spell all the words in the world now mummy!” – Girl aged 4
What our experts think
This puzzle-based writing game is great for encouraging children to practice their spelling and letter formation. Looking at the letters and practicing the forms develops visual awareness and hand-eye coordination.
We found this a great resource for home learning, as it is a fun activity for encouraging little ones to engage in forming, spelling and sounding out words. Putting the puzzle pieces together is ideal for promoting logical thinking skills and the pictures help with identifying the different words too.
– Helps to develop pen control in writing letters
– Develops logical thinking skills
– Great for encouraging word formation and phonics learning