|商品尺寸||39.37 x 25.91 x 6.86 cm; 1 公斤|
|我们建议年龄||36 个月 - 10 岁|
|型号 / 款式||Alphabet Acorns Activity Set|
Learning Resources 字母橡子活动套装，78件，视觉和触觉学习玩具，3岁以上
Learning Resources Alphabet Acorns Activity Set, 78 Pieces, Homeschool, Visual & Tactile Learning Toy, Ages 3+
- 视觉和触觉学习：专为视觉和触觉学习者设计，这套玩具可帮助孩子通过动手游戏了解自己的 ABC。
- 早期词汇技能：每个有趣的橡子公仔都有助于培养孩子对动物、植物和其他常见词汇词汇的知识，从 A 中的苹果到 Z 中的斑马。
- 78 片套装：包含 26 个两块橡子和一个可区分颜色的柜台手办。 每个橡子尺寸为 2 英寸长 x 2 1/2 英寸高。
- VISUAL & TACTILE LEARNING: Designed for visual and tactile learners, this set helps kids understand their ABC with hands-on play.
- EARLY VOCABULARY SKILLS: Each fun acorn figure helps grow kids' knowledge of animals, plants, and other common vocabulary words, from the apple in A to the zebra in Z.
- COLOR RECOGNITION: In addition to learning their ABCs, kids can also work on their color recognition skills, or even practice making simple words out of the acorns' letters.
- 78-PIECE SET: Includes 26 two-piece acorns and 26 color-coded counter figures. Each acorn measures 2"L x 2 ½" H.
- Homeschool supplies for any toddler ages 3+
适合 3 岁及以上儿童。 用句子学习字母和词汇！ 匹配大写字母和小写字母，将颜色编码的人物与其相应的开始字母匹配。 包括 26 个两片式山羊和 26 个彩色编码的人物 — 每个字母有 1 个！ 橡木尺寸为 2 英寸长 x 2 1/2 英寸高。
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Pros: Very cute. Well made. Acorns are easy to open and close. The box will make it easy for storage as long as I don’t let my toddler get rough with it as kids often do. The object pieces are very cute for the most part, I like their texture and it arrived quickly and in good condition as expected, with nothing missing.
Cons: 1.The purple letters are almost invisible on the brown plastic. Like seriously hard to see. I have 3 windows in my living room and use the natural light during the day with no issues. It’s not the brightest lighting but I never struggle to see, as I did with those purple letters. The purple is so similar to the brown which sounds odd but they just blend into each other. Unless the acorns are tilted up toward the light. If sitting vertically on their base, I found it hard to find the purple letters on the acorns. I don’t recall seeing any mention of this issue in the reviews I read prior to purchase but it’s a legit/annoying issue and something the manufacturer should improve at some point. 2. I wish the W and the M weren’t both the same color. One of the games brilliant features is the acorn tops/colors are clues to que little ones to help narrow down the match possibilities with subject pieces. Example: The orange Queen piece is a little ambiguous and could also be a King—however, the K acorn has a purple top, meaning it corresponds with a purple figurine, while the Q is orange! So it’s obviously a Queen. Brilliant!) So... the letters W and M are confusing to my toddler. (As are N and Z. An easy mistake in both cases as they are so similar in shape, it’s simply a matter of the direction they’re in.) So when trying to find the acorn that corresponds to the GREEN Whale, seeing both a green M and a green W acorn is a little confusing when finding a home for the whale. Makes sense, right? If we had a red M and a Green W there’d be less room for confusion (and it’s another opportunity for her to see that though they’re sort of similar, M and W are two distinctly different letters and not interchangeable as they appear in this game.) 3. (This is less of an issue and more a wish list:) I agree with other reviewers, there are a couple odd choices in some of the object pieces as stated in previous reviews. Example: Koala bear for K. I agree “Kite” would be easier to distinguish as Koalas aren’t that commonly seen and this solid colored, tiny figurine, sorta looks like a mouse. Speaking of mouse...I’d suggest that over the current mitten for the letter M. The sail boat for the letter B? Eh...I guess? I’d personally go with a little Bear. Maybe a lion for L instead of a leaf which I initially stared at dumbfounded thinking it was a spade (as in playing cards, lol), hubby also couldn’t guess it until I told him. In all fairness when you get the unopened kit, the pieces are grouped together in plastic bags, not with their corresponding acorns so it’s a guessing game that very first time you organize it.) There are a few others that are hard to figure out or wouldn’t be your first association but over-all it’s functional and is collectively very cute. Final note: The smell people commented on. Yes it’s there. It’s like a subtle, slightly skunky smell, which I dont think is that bad. Cat pee is much worse which someone mentioned. I don’t get that from this particular package. And it wasn’t so offensively strong that we couldn’t enjoy the game. In fact my husband didn’t even notice at all. I was probably aware bc I specifically sniffed for it after reading reviewers’ warnings.
Anyway...hope this helps the manufacturer for potential improvements someday. It really is very cute and I want to give it 5 stars but it’s not quite there...
We are able to do so many activities with this one set. Saying letters, practicing sounds, vocabulary building, counting, sorting, colors...we play with this set nearly every day.
My one concern is the size of the items inside- many are very small and easily a choking hazard. Another is the ability to identify what the shapes are inside. There isn't much detail on the shapes and some are quite hard to distinguish what they actually are.
A - Apple
B - Bus
C - Car
D - Dinosaur
E - Elephant
F - Frog
H - Hippo
I - Icecream
J - Jar
K - Koala
L - leaf
M - Mitten
N - Nest
O - Octopus
P - Pig
Q - Queen
R - Robot
S - Star
T - Train
U - Umbrella
V - Vessel
W - Whale
X - Xylophone
Y - Yoyo
Z - Zebra