Montessori Magnetic Alphabet Maze Board
The perfect way to introduce the Alphabet to your little ones! 🔠
(and create hours of FUN and EVERLASTING memories together 🤩)
"I purchased this board for my son. It has already helped him recognize a few letters and say them back to me without hesitation!"
Why is this super fun toy a must-have?
🔆The challenge of moving, matching, and rotating letters is excellent for developing fine motor skills. It also inspires kids to improve their hand-eye coordination.
➰Maze has a permanently sealed, clear-view top to keep all pieces. Magnet pen is attached to the board and is easy to store.
♥This teaching tool is excellent for homeschool, kindergarten, library play area, and classroom group learning.
🎁 Perfect Gift: Comes with gift ready packaging.
1. The board has 26 balloons (slots) corresponding to 26 letter pieces.
2. Children learn through playing 4 different games, which vary in difficulty. The easiest way is asking children to match the alphabet directly.
3. Kids use the attached magnetic wand to guide each letter into place, reinforcing letter identification and alphabet order with every match they make.
-Quantity: 1 X Montessori Magnetic Alphabet Maze Board
-1 X Montessori Magnetic Alphabet Maze Board
I bought this for my non-verbal special needs son and it was a hit.
Just what I wanted
Adorable for a 3 year old.
My 3 year old niece loved it! It was the perfect gift.
Great magnetic activity
I love this item. The magnet is strong enough to maneuver the letter tiles around easily. There is enough space around the letters to allow pieces to be moved without displacing already placed tiles. I have similar magnetic maze items that can be frustrating to maneuver the pieces, this is definitely one of the better ones. I use it in a therapy clinic and it has held up with repeated and heavy use.
Funny to learn to match your letters. I bought this for my in home daycare. The kids are loving it. It was a little pricey. And my only concern is~ when~ because kids~ when the magnetic pen comes away from the puzzle board~ it’s only attached by a string~ what am I going to do to keep it from getting misplaced regularly?!