Natural Safe Material:Alphabet tracing board made of natural solid bamboowood, strong and durable, clear letter engraving, after the processing of eco-friendly coating and smooth surface, wooden alphabet board specially designed for students, safety and not hurt the hand.
Alphabet Tracing Board: Compact size, good for travel(9*7 inch) , perfectly sized for portable writing practice for kids. Help to promote fine motor control and hand-eye coordination as well as handwriting.
Double-Sided Design: Letter sensory board with the double-sided design that has uppercase(ABC) and lowercase(abc) letter, and with arrows for each letter in the correct writing direction, great for improving form the scientific writing ways for children.
【Premium Material】Our montessori wooden toy set is made of non-toxic wooden material,durable and safe for kids. All wooden blocks are lightweight,suitable for toddlers’small hands to grasp.wooden beads sequencing toy set has multiple ways to play,can be bead sequencing, lacing beads,stacking,threading and shape recognition,Provide hours of focused play time.
【Fun Bead Sequencing Games】Our wooden toys comes with 25 X colorful wooden beads with various shapes,1 X wooden stand,2 X laces with wooden stick, and 8 X double-sided pattern cards. Stacking & matching wooden blocks on the wooden stand according to the pattern cards,threading beads,stacking up wooden blocks,or combining the blocks into a new patterns.
【Fine Motor Skill Toys】Sequencing blocks,stringing beads,stacking, sorting,counting,color matching, shape recognizing,or lacing beads as a necklace making kit,our blocks for toddlers are great preschool toys 3-5 to develop kids’hand-eye coordination,dexterity and fine motor skills.
12 Pieces Soft Blocks – Lovely relief designs, the blocks have a variety of patterns, include animals, numbers, shapes, textures and fruits
BPA FREE, non toxic. Also used as infant toys
Ideal early education toys for babies. Encouraging babies to recognize animals, numbers, colors and shapes. Stacking them and knocking them over helps babies’ motor skills