Wooden Alphabet Tracing Board - Learning Bugs Educational Toys

Wooden Alphabet Tracing Board

£35.00 £31.50

“What the hand does the mind remembers” – Maria Montessori

Our wooden alphabet boards are the perfect hands-on resource for your little ones. Your child can learn the letters of the alphabet and they can feel the shape of each of the letters using their finger or our tracing stick. We have designed our boards to be reversible so on one side its A-Z in uppercase and on the other side its the A-Z in lowercase.

3 week delivery timescale.

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The Details

Little Coach House wooden alphabet boards are the perfect hands-on resource for children. Your child will learn the letters of the alphabet through a hands on approach to learning. Tracing the letters with their fingers or a wooden tracing stick.

Designed to be reversible, the wooden alphabet boards have the a-z in lowercase on one side of the board and A-Z in uppercase on the other. The alphabet boards will help children to recall the letters of the alphabet and prepare them for writing. The indented letter shapes help children to build up muscle memory in their hands. The wooden tracing stick supports fine motor development.

Made from solid beech wood, Little Coach House boards are planed to be completely smooth. This means that your child can handle their alphabet board without any worry of getting splinters from the wood. The boards are then coated in a natural beeswax oil to help protect the wood. The wooden tracing stick is made from beech dowel and is designed to be similar to that of a pencil to help your child develop their pencil grip.

The wooden alphabet boards are 63cm long and 14.5cm wide
The beech wood dowel is always 10cm long

There are so many activities your little one can enjoy with The Little Coach House alphabet boards. Not only do they support letter recognition and reading and writing activities but children can filling the letters with different small resources such as beads, felt balls, seeds or petals from flowers. You can encourage your child to find and fill each of the letters in their name. This will also help them become familiar with the shape each letter makes.

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