Simple Words Reading Puzzle Game

Item number   w-eb-ppsim2
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Even the youngest kids can learn to recognize and read the first words with this educational matching game. The Simple Words puzzle set is a perfect toy to introduce literacy to young children. Simple Words Reading Puzzle Game by Eeboo comes with 24 puzzle pairs with kids friendly illustrations of the familiar objects and simple words. Parents can read the word to children, or child can guess it with the picture. The object of the reading puzzle game is to complete a pair of puzzles, and make a connection between words and pictures. The assembled puzzle pair is 2.5 x 6 inches. The puzzle pieces for this reading game from Educational Toys Planet are made from sturdy board, mostly from the recycled materials. With this literacy game be amazed that your child can start reading early!

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Product Details

  • SKU w-eb-ppsim2
  • Manufacturer recommended age 3 years
  • Our recommended age 3 years, 4 years
  • Amount of puzzle pieces 48  pc
  • Brand eeBoo
  • Quantity available in stock 0
  • Dimensions of package 6.5" x 13" x 1.6"
  • Country of manufacture China
  • Manufacturer part number PPSIM2
  • UPC 689196504051
  • Packaged product weight 1.25 lb
  • Positive Ratings 60%
  • Total Reviews 1

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  1. Total Reviews: 1
  2. Positive Ratings: 3 of 5
  1. Rating: 3 Too easy by By A customer My three year old daughter is in a Montessori preschool and one of the activities she can do is match the written word with an image of the object. I thought this game/ activity would be great to re-enforce that learning at home. Looking at the image, saying what it is and then looking for the letter sound on the written card. Each card has a color background, my daughter looks to match the background color instead of looking for the letter. It makes the activity way too easy. If they made the background color consistent with all the cards that would force the child to match by sounding and finding the letters that make that sound. The cards are nice quality, artwork is nice, it's just too easy due to the back ground color.