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Spanish Learning Blocks Learning Blocks Wham-O Max Flight Glow Frisbee Disc
Spanish Learning Blocks
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Learning Blocks
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Wham-O Max Flight Glow Frisbee Disc
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Traditional crafted wooden letter & image blocks to help early learners with the alphabet in Spanish. 26 wooden blocks. For ages 1 and up. Traditional crafted wooden letters, numbers and image blocks to help early learners with language, spelling and math. 24 wooden blocks in a wood box. For ages 1 and up The longest throwing easy to catch Frisbee disc. High tech shape with soft materials. 160g and PDGA approved! Has been thrown over 350 feet - and caught!
I Learn-The Vowels I Learn-To Count From 1 To 10 I Learn-The Alphabet
I Learn-The Vowels
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I Learn-To Count From 1 To 10
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I Learn-The Alphabet
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This game gives the youngest ones the possibility of getting familiar with the vowels matching them with images and words, and distinguish between capital and small letters. 10 Mini puzzles, each puzzle corresponds to the number of people and pieces depicted! Helps young children to learn how to write each letter and associate objects and increase vocabulary.
For ages 4-5.
I Learn-Add and Subtract Go Fish for Ancient Egypt I Learn... The Alphabet
Go Fish for Ancient Egypt
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I Learn... The Alphabet
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Children learn principles of simple addition and subtraction while assembling simple puzzles. For ages 4 to 5. Learn about their gods, goddesses, the great pharaohs, how mummies were made, and more. There are dramatic images and facts on every playing card, and a fact-packed companion book included with the game. Ages 7+ Slide the letter and the matching picture into the self-correcting frame. Turn the frame over to check that you have not made a mistake. If the image on the back of the frame is complete, it's the right answer!