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Uncle Goose Classic ABC Blocks with Pull Wagon (28 pcs)

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  • Classic block set for toddlers
  • Features carved in letters and scroll borders
  • Sides also contain numbers and pictures
  • Stores in its own pull toy wagon
  • Constructed of wood
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Uncle Goose Classic ABC Blocks with Pull Wagon (28 pcs) + Uncle Goose Lowercase ABC Blocks (28 pcs)
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
CHOKING HAZARD -- Toy contains a small ball. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 14.4 x 10.7 x 3.7 inches ; 4.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00000J50C
  • Item model number: UGW28
  • Our recommended age: 24 months and up
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 1 month - 6 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #19,164 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (86 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Give teddy bear and dolly a ticket to ride. Our ABC Flyer is a classic way to store blocks, and is much more than a toy organizer, its a toy in and of itself. In addition to holding a full set of our standard 28 ABC blocks, it can also serve as a wagon for your children to pull their other toys around in. Recommended Ages: 3 years & up

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Like the alphabet blocks in Grandma's attic, this set of 28 wooden blocks features carved letters with fancy scroll borders and simple ink drawings. Individual blocks feature four sides with different colored letters. One side has a number, one side has a picture and spelling of the object below it, such as an owl or duck. Unlike Grandma's blocks, however, these are printed with nontoxic color ink. And to avoid destroying nonrenewable forests, they're made of basswood that's cut from industry-owned and managed land in Michigan. The blocks come inside a nostalgic, wooden pull-toy wagon. Toddlers can load up the wagon and make household deliveries. The blocks can also be used to make all kinds of imaginative structures and, of course, as a tool for becoming familiar with numbers and letters. --Gail Hudson

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Very sturdy, nice design, bright colors.
Alycia
She loves stacking the blocks in and out of the wagon.
Dorothy G. Musselman
So beautiful and they feel very well made.
AuntieKatie

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

41 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Heather Walton on December 5, 2001
These ABC blocks by Uncle Goose are the best made blocks you will find anywhere. And the wooden wagon has a very high quality. Made from Michigan wood in the USA, and 100% safe paints. I looked everywhere to find blocks for my 15 month old. Most are for 3 and up because they are too small the paint comes off too easily. Not these blocks! These are 1.75 inches each and have 100% safe paint for 2 year-olds and up- As recommended by the manufacturer Uncle Goose. My 15-month-old chews on everything and she was not able to bite the paint off of these blocks, like she was easily able to with most other blocks on the market that I returned! The animal carvings on the blocks are really nice. They have numbers 0 - 9, 4 complete alphabet sets, and 27 animals ranging from an elephant to a butterfly. My child loves playing with these and stacking them up then knocking them down. You can't go wrong with this classic toy. It is excellently made and very fun! A must have for all children ages 1 and up. And the wagon is very nice, or get the blocks in the canvas bag for (...)less.
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35 of 35 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on April 4, 2000
I think I wanted these blocks more for myself than my daughter. They're the kind you always wanted as a kid, but never got (am I giving too much away here?). Anyway, my daughter loves to build and play with them. I love the way they look and feel: clean, light, colorful, non-toxic, and there's lots of them. And, you get the wagon, which is great for others things, including storage.
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35 of 35 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on April 6, 2000
This toy is really two in one. Not only do you get the great blocks to build and learn with, but also the classic wooden wagon. My child loves to put other toys in it and pull them along with the sturdy blocks. This toy has been hours of entertainment.
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26 of 26 people found the following review helpful By goonius on December 4, 2009
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I've had my eye on these blocks for quite some time, and finally decided to purchase them for my youngest, who will be two early next year. As expected, these blocks are exquisite, classic, and heirloom quality. The embossed detail on the front and back of each block is really fantastic. The wood is beautiful, the designs on the sides are nice - uppercase alphabet on two sides, stamped in bright red, the other two sides are dedicated to animals and numbers and are both a deep blue. There are four colors on the embossed sides; orange, yellow, blue and green.

We simultaneously bought the lowercase set of these blocks, and I mention this because a really cool feature is that for each of the adult animals in the uppercase set there is a matching baby animal in the lowercase set. So if you decide to buy both, you get the added bonus of a little game of match the mama (or daddy) animal to the baby. There are even some unusual pairs like a tadpole and frog and a butterfly and caterpillar. What a well-thought-out and fantastic tie-in between these two sets!

With all the letters available on the uppercase alphabet set (it essentially has the full alphabet 4 times over), kids will have the opportunity to make plenty of words as they enter that phase. Younger kids will enjoy building with something that is so brightly-colored and fun to look at. And with the safety standards of Uncle Goose - and, of course, the fact that they are made in the US - I don't think you could possibly go wrong with this or any other set they offer. And they have a lot of cool options. I had trouble choosing.

Anyhow, the wagon, which has gotten lukewarm reception with some reviewers was not originally going to be part of my order, but it happened that a combination of sale prices vs.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Rebecca George on January 5, 2007
Great 1st birthday gift. See comments under wooden blocks by Uncle Goose. Quality is outstanding and worth every penny over the run of the mill blocks found in local big retail establishments.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By SoCalMama on February 19, 2010
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We bought these blocks for our 10 month old daughter's first Christmas. I knew we wanted to get her alphabet blocks, and I was drawn to them after reading all the positive feedback here. Then I saw they were made in the USA, and I was sold. I'm so glad I spent a little more to get the version with the wagon, as it neatly stores all the blocks. When we first opened the box, the smell of the fresh wood instantly confirmed the GREAT quality of the blocks. The blocks are a great size and painted beautifully. We are having so much fun building towers and knocking them down! She loves dumping them out of the wagon and putting them into a bucket, too. When she's older, I'm sure we'll have fun naming the animals, spelling words, and even doing math with the numbers! We couldn't be happier... and we highly recommend!
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Antonius Mangus on May 9, 2011
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This is an attractive, well made toy. Very basic and one cannot fault its design. It is not inexpensive, though. For nearly $50 I was expecting something a bit more impressive. The "embossed" letters are only found on the end-grain, likely due to this being the only side that can be embossed by the die-impression embossing process they seem to have used. Therefore, only two of the six sides have the embossing. The other sides are simply painted. The letters are crisp and well done. They are nicely finished, but for more durability and water resistance (drool) one may want to apply a layer of food-grade oil like Raw Linseed or the butcher block oils available from places like Home Depot or IKEA. Will kids profit from this and enjoy it? Yes. Will you pass it down from generation to generation? Maybe. Is this an "heirloom" quality toy as suggested by its price and description? Not quite.
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