Crayola Wooden Puzzle with Alphabet Letter Stamps, 27 Pieces, Durable Educational Toy, Toddlers, Literacy Educational Teaching Aids, Perfect for Preschool Education use!
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- LETTER STAMPS WOODEN PUZZLE: Adding a special twist to your classic wooden alphabet puzzle, this set includes 26 Letter Puzzle Pieces that double as stampers Additionally you will receive a Washable Stamp Pad and a Durable Wooden Puzzle Tray for easy storage
- HANDCRAFTED & SUSTAINABLE: Each letter stamp is handcrafted with durable and sustainable wood
- EDUCATIONAL TOYS: Develop your toddlers' fine motor skills as you use colors, shapes, and creativity to help them learn letters and spell words Puzzle Play develops fine motor skills, shape orientation, and letter recognition In addition it encourages logical thinking, goal setting and patience
- LETTER STAMPS: When your child spells their first words with this wooden alphabet, the stamp side of each letter will allow them to create keepable artwork with washable inks
- GIFT FOR TODDLERS: This toddler educational toy is an excellent gift idea for toddler girls and boys It has the unusual twist of overlapping multiple play patterns for added fun! SAFE AND NON TOXIC: Ideal toy for toddlers, ages 3 & up
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Crayola Alphabet Puzzle Stampers
Crayola's Creative Alphabet Puzzle Stampers is a Unique & Educational Wooden Toy offering children a playful way to learn their ABC's and Spelling. Each Letter is backed with a stamp that toddlers can use with a washable ink pad to stamp out letters and words.
Each wooden piece is made from durable, sustainable wood featuring bright colors that are easy for toddlers to grip and hold.
Use this creative toy to help develop your children's motor skills, using colors and shapes to help them learn letters and spell words. Creative Puzzle Play is a great way to educate children, developing a range of skills such as shape differentiation, letter recognition as well as creative expression and thinking.
A fun, creative learning tool
- 26 Puzzle Stampers
- 1 Washable Stamp Pad
- 1 Wooden Puzzle Board
Durable Wooden Toy
This Collection of creative toys is of durable wooden construction to meet the high-quality standards you expect from Crayola!
Learn & Play!
Use Letters To Learn How To Spell
Simply pick a letter, press the letter onto the Washable Ink Pad and Start Spelling!
Once children have finished stamping, they can then get even more creative and color the words!
Children will enjoy this playful way to learn!
Easy to pack up and Wash off!
Each wooden piece has a special spot on the wooden tray. Kids can learn their ABC's by solving the puzzle!
Washable Ink washes off skin and most washable clothes so stress less about mess!
Great for toddlers to Learn & Play!
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- It does what it says? The child can write on the board. I'm having a hard time finding a pro for this thing. It's really cool that you can interchange cards.
- You have to use a special crayon for this. I can't seem to find replacement crayons anywhere. This is a huge issue if you have a toddler like my 2 year old daughter who likes to peal and/or break crayons.
- The card inside the board keeps moving around and also frequently falls out. This is a huge problem if your kid is clumsy. Just tilt the board a little and the card comes right out.
- The crayons melt easily so don't order it from Amazon if you live in the South during the summer.
- It's just a mess using this thing. Where do I store the dirty rag? Why can't I just use a paper towel? How often do I need to wash the rag? Where do I store the cards? Why do they keep flying out of the board? What happens when my kids start writing the card itself? What happens when all my special crayons are gone?
I feel like Crayola made this board because they needed to get into this space but the idea of using crayons for an erasable board just isn't great. It's messy and a pain in the butt for any parent.
---First off, the box needs a lid. Whenever kids try to move with this, all the items fall out of it and then we have to go looking for them.
---And just one color pad for stamps is not a very good idea.
---The individual stamp heads are pretty big but the final stamp you put on paper ie very small. I wish they had used the whole surface area of the stamp in a better way.
---The pad us too soft and the stamp goes deep in the ink and leaves a weird mark on the paper.
----Even the designs on the stamps are not well though and most of them are not appealing to toddlers.
The only two things I liked about this set is the quality of the wooden box and the Crayola. The wood with which it is made is very good quality and the crayons are from Crayola, the leader in the business. Also the washable ink is a plus point with toddlers ;)
I would say this product has huge potential for kids but need to be redesigned and improved before it becomes popular.
The animals are cute and it's fun to mix and match the designs to create new animals. The designs are interesting but simple enough that even very young kids could color the resulting "drawing."
The included 8 classic Crayola crayons are as expected, but really I would have preferred it to include a few black crayons (since it requires peeling off the paper) and then buy a 24-color box of crayons or use crayons I already have for coloring in the drawings. I guess I've been spoiled by the 96-color box and the 152-color caddy, so "only" 8 colors is no fun. :-)
The package doesn't include any paper. Many people have paper sitting around the house so it may not be a huge issue, but if you're planning on giving as a gift you might want to include a small pack of paper at the same time so the gift can be used right away. Half of a letter paper is sufficient for each rubbing design but a full letter page may be a good idea for younger kids so the entire board is covered. In the latter case the drawing wouldn't end up in the middle of the paper.
The board doesn't include any storage for the supplies--the crayons OR the rubbing plates. So now you need to keep all the smallish pieces contained in a baggie and manage to keep it together with the board. Not the biggest issue ever, but it's the same frustration I have with all the nice wooden boxes for Melissa and Doug toys--that can never actually be stored anywhere but on a top shelf.
The cutout for the plates is too deep so even when all 3 sets of rubbing plates are in place, there's a lip of wooden board around the edge. As an adult, I can keep my crayon inside the rubbing plate area so I can get the entire animal to appear. Younger kids (my 6 year old was OK, but my just-turned-4 year old was frustrated) might have a hard time getting the entire animal complete because that lip prevents the outer inch or so of the design area from working if the crayon goes outside the rubbing plate area, lifting the crayon off the "drawing" area. I cut out a piece of the cardboard packaging to fit behind the plates although that was a little too thick so now the edge of the rubbing plates is "drawn," but at least it makes it easier for my youngest to use.
In all it's not a total flop, but a few adjustments would make it much better.
The rubbing set comes with 9 plates, 3 make a picture of animals and can be mixed and matched. It also comes with a set of 8 basic crayons colors.
Here’s were it fell short:
1. The top plates sit to far down into the grove, you can’t get a clear rubbing, it’s a very shaded picture.
2. No paper, not even a sample.
3. Removing the paper off crayons is my least favorite thing to do, it’s a mess.
4. The wooden board has a handle at the top, but the plates would fall out so it’s not that portable. Would have been nice if everything just came in a case or a way to carry it all together.