EduKid Toys Magnetic Letters & Numbers Giveaway!!

I love watching my 3 year old Granddaughter Alice during the day. We have plenty of play time, but I also like to add some learning time. While Alice is like a sponge, she needs variety to keep her interested. As a result I’m always trying to find new and unique educational tools that don’t break the bank! Check out EduKid Toys Magnetic Letter & Numbers bag from Kiddie Collection!!

So cute! First, the magnets arrive in a poly bag that has a handle! The bag makes taking the Magnetic’s with us super easy! Think about it, what house doesn’t have a fridge?

The letters and numbers are bright and colorful; they are also made with rounded edges! I love that! There are 72 pieces including 26 uppercase letters, 36 lowercase letters, along with 10 numbers. Perfect!!

The little bag that the letters and numbers arrive in is perfect for travel and keeping the letters together in one place. But, I wanted somewhere that she and I could sit and practice our spelling. So,
Alice and I took a trip to Home Depot and bought an empty paint can. A trip to Michaels for ribbon and double sided sticky tape and we made a letter bucket. I can’t tell you how much fun Alice has with this bucket of letters!!

Alice will sit QUIETLY (helllloooo?? 3 years old AND quiet??) and play with her letters, spell words, and just PLAY!!!

Another great way I’ve been teaching Alice her letters involves another trip back to Michaels and I let Alice picks out a large wooden letter. We learn the sound the letter makes, we practice writing that letter and the part that Alice really loves is finding things that start with that letter! Then we glue everything onto the letter. I let Alice decide which letter we learn for the week; so we aren’t going in any sort of order. But it’s FUN and it’s pretty amazing what Alice will find that starts with the letter we are learning.

EduKid Magnetic Letters and Numbers is making it SUPER easy to learn the uppercase and lowercase letters too! I will put one letter; either upper or lower case; on the can and ask Alice to find the matching. I will spell out words and have her point to the word by sounding out the letters. It’s really the perfect learning set!

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  • Dee Lafrenz

    I would love to get the playgo PORTABLE MAGNET DRAWING BOARD and the SparkleUps Kittens. My grand daughter is very creative, and loves to draw, this would also help her with her words and letters.

  • Dee Lafrenz

    I would read a book about letters and each day we would pick another letter. In the beginning I would do this right after we read the page. I would have them go and pick out the letter and tell me the color of the letter also. Then the whole word. After a few times they could spell the word and tell me the color of the letters. My kids had hours of fun with their magnetic letters.

  • Debbie Welchert

    I really don’t have any tricks but when my daughter was little we use to spend time practicing her alphabet and numbers on a chalk board.

  • Debbie Welchert

    I would love having the Learning Resources ABC & 123 Electronic Flash Cards. This would be great for a couple of my grandchildren.

  • abedabun dawn

    I am teaching my 19 month old grand daughter her colors. I have an assortment of colored balls. I like to sit on the floor with her and play. I will pick up a ball and say what color it is, then I will ask her to tell me the color. At 19 months, she knows her primary colors, so I think it is working. I have learned that her being able to hold or touch, helps her to understand what I am asking of her.

  • abedabun dawn

    I love the Learning Resources SMART SNACKS, LACING ABC. I am beginning to teach my grand daughter her alphabet and this would be a fantastic teaching tool for me.

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