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Kid O a to z Magnatab (Lower Case)

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  • Learn to write the curves of the lower case alphabet
  • Sensory-driven reinforcement
  • Directional arrows trace each letter with magnetic stylus
  • Erase with a tip of the finger
  • Metal balls are permanently sealed in the magnatab base
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 12 x 10 x 0.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B004PZVX4I
  • Item model number: 10346
  • Our recommended age: 36 months - 4 years
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 3 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #11,485 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (34 customer reviews)
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From the Manufacturer

Learning to write the curves of the lower case alphabet just got a bit easier. Use the directional arrows and trace each letter with the magnetic stylus for a sensory-driven reinforced lesson. Erase with the tip of a finger. Learn to write the curves of the lower case alphabet. Sensory-driven reinforcement. Directional arrows trace each letter with magnetic stylus. Metal balls are permanently sealed in the magnatab base.

Product Description

Magnatabs

This wonderful learning tool provides a sensory-reinforced lesson that allows children to process information through their eyes, ears, and fingertips. Following directional arrows, kids use the magnetized pen to trace over the letters and numbers, or create their own shapes, and beads will pop to the surface with audible clicks. Pushing the beads down once again repeats and underscores the learning experience.

Lowercase Magnatab
Especially good for kindergarteners learning their ABCs.
Lowercase Magantab Detail
Kids follow the directional arrows and trace each letter with the magnetic stylus.
Flying Solo

Magnatabs are engaging toys that are ideal for children to use on their own. The upper case and lower case letters are especially good for kindergarteners learning their ABCs, but they make excellent practice for anyone looking to master penmanship.

Safe and Sound

Made of PVC-, phthalate-, and BPA-free polystyrene plastic, Magnatabs are fully safety tested. The magnet will not come out of the pen, and the holes are designed to be smaller than the beads, so they do not come out of the board.

Available in:
  • Uppercase
  • Lowercase
  • Numbers
  • Free Form
  • Cursive Uppercase
  • Cursive Lowercase
  • Hebrew
Magnatab
Magnatabs are engaging toys that are ideal for children to use on their own.
Lowercase

Includes Board and Magnetic Pen. Ideal for ages 3 and up. Learning to write the curves of the lowercase alphabet just got a bit easier. Kids follow the directional arrows and trace each letter with the magnetic stylus for a sensory-driven reinforced lesson. Erases with the tip of a finger.


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Customer Reviews

My son takes these in the car and will talk to me and trace on the ride.
danidevon
I only wish the stylus/"pen" was attached; you'll just have to remind your child(ren) to put it back in the holder so it doesn't get lost.
Konnie
This is great in helping children learn how to properly write their letters.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By losdavos on January 2, 2012
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The magnet on the stylus is so strong (or the letters themselves are so small) that any and all of the little metal pellets that are anywhere near the stylus pop up, completing the letter, before your child has even tried to properly follow the guide numbers and arrows. I'm right now watching my four year old complete all the letters by just playing with the stylus, drawing little circles around all the letters, regardless of their shape. I don't think that really benefits him in any way or teaches him anything. Please note, we only have the lower case version. I don't know if this same problem affect the capital letter or number versions of this toy.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Pman on March 20, 2012
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We were told by our daughters teachers that instead of using the IPAD to learn how to write, we should encourage our daughter to hold on to a pencil like object, as it requires a complete different set of muscles from a development point of view. So we purchased this after seeing this in a toy store for an exorbitant amount of money, and it seemed to pique the interest of our daughter, and we thought it would help her learn the actual strokes required to write letters.

Overall the pen that is magnetized is too powerful. While sliding down the letter, a lot of nearby steel balls are pulled up. The worst part is that a lot of times, the steel balls for nearby letters are also partially pulled up. My daughter is fascinated by it, and loves to play with it, but from an educational point of view, it has very limited use.

Would I buy this again? - Probably not, as this wasn't as helpful as we thought it would be.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By sara koester on August 11, 2013
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I bought this and the capitol letter magnatab as well. They are a huge hit with my kids at school and it really does help them trace letters. I love that they can also use their finger to push the metal beads back down. The "pen" that is used does have a lot of power and sometimes grabs some metal beads before it gets to that area of the letter they are trying to trace, however, i don't find that to be a deal breaker. The overall concept for the magnatab is wonderful.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Thomas Campbell on January 26, 2013
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My grandson has not used this as much as I thought he might. I don't think that is the fault of the toy. I still think it is very good for learning to write properly.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By MDW on March 13, 2012
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I bought this for my grandson. His mother said his son's teacher was so impressed with the toy when he brought it to school that she planned to order one for her classroom. My grandson had shown little interest in writing until he received this toy. I first saw the upper case version of this toy at the gift store in The Modern, a museum in Fort Worth, TX. I noted the name of the company and Googled it when I got home to see what other versions of this toy were available. Being a retired teacher, I knew the greater importance of lower case practice versus upper case and numbers so I purchased the lower case Magnatab. When I played with the square grid version of this toy at the museum which was designed for "free drawing", I discovered that it was not as user friendly since 2 and 3 rows of magnets would pop up when I tried to draw only one line. I found Magnatabs very entertaining and knew the educational value was well worth the price. There's just something magical about magnets.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Iz's mom on January 4, 2013
Kids love it... If stylus was attached I would have rated it higher. My 3 1/2 year old has yet to follow the arrows but comes back to it to look and learn.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By lamama on April 3, 2013
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I got this for my daughter who already knows most of the big letters, but since these lower case letters are so small the magnet picks up too many balls at once, not letting you finish tracing the letter. Especially letters like "e" and "t". It might work the way it should once the magnet wears off a bit and is not so powerful as much, but I decided to return it..
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By mwo on October 28, 2012
Love it.

As a mechanical engineer I love all of the concepts that you can explore with this toy. Like why do the letters "stay in the holes" better when you use the pen vs just tipping it over and then righting it. Excellent applications of magnetism and friction and very interesting overall design. I also like that the stroke pattern helps to direct letter formation and if you challenge your child to pick up one ball at a time "wiggly" finger motion is just about eliminated. I like the balance and size of the stylus for smaller hands. It is a GREAT travel toy for the car and I even rigged up a string for the pen so that it cannot be dropped and lost. Love that it can be used thousands of times and the duriblilty is outstanding.

Oh yes, my five year old son loves it and is also perfecting some poor stroke habits that he has formed.

Wish that it was a little less expensive but compared to woorkbooks and photocopying it will be less. (the computer isn't a big hit with my five year old, he prefers paper and pencils)
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