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Eureka Tub Of Letter Tiles, 176 Tiles in 3 3/4" x 5 1/2" x 3 3/4" Tub

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  • 1 tub containing 176 number tiles
  • Counters approximately 1"
  • Black letters printed on white plastic
  • Reusable plastic storage tub with screw-top lid
  • Teach counting, hand-eye coordination
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Color:Letter Tiles

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176 tiles included - 88 upper-case, 88 lower-case. Black letters printed on white 1 x 1 plastic tiles. Comes in a reusable plastic storage tub with screw-top lid

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176 tiles included - 88 upper-case, 88 lower-case. Black letters printed on white 1 x 1" plastic tiles. Comes in a reusable plastic storage tub with screw-top lid.


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Color: Letter Tiles Verified Purchase
The “quality” of the plastic letters I received is fine for the price. My issue is with the letters themselves. The only way to get the advertised letter distribution is to use Ws for Ms, lower case l’s for capital Is, and bs and ds for ps and qs. Doing so may be fine for older children and adults, but it’s very confusing for young children who are learning the shapes of letters per any standardized letter shape system, where the Ws and Ms have two different/distinct shapes, the capital I looks different from a lower case l, and where qs look different than upside down bs. At a *minimum* there should be a line, cluing the child on how to look at the tile. I have tried to fix this with a permanent marker on the extra tiles to make clear which letters are which, but that is a less-than-optimal approach. If Eureka continues to market this as a tool for teaching young children, they really need to change the font they use.
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Color: Letter Tiles Verified Purchase
These tiles are advertised as a "set" of: 88 capitals and 88 lower case. I got 3 lower case m's, but no capital M's. I got two capital P's, and Q's, but no lower case p's or q's. There were no capital I's. I called the company and they sent me a replacement. They were very easy to deal with. The one inch by one inch tiles are made of lightweight plastic, not heavy like Scrabble tiles, but sturdy enough.
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Color: Animal Counters Verified Purchase
I recently purchased these because I am going to start doing some preschool activities at home with my three year old. I debated between getting the 50 counting bears with cups (also by eureka) and these. I decided to get these for four reasons:
1. There are more counters (100 instead of 50)
2. There are five animals instead of just one
3. I have enough "cups" around for sorting
4. They were actually a little cheaper when I purchased them

I am extremely happy with the purchase. Both my three year old and my 15 month have played with these several times in several different ways - that is what I really like about this toy is that it is versatile and can be used for teaching many different skills. It can be used for sorting (either by color or my animal), for counting, adding and subtracting and it can also be used to make patterns.
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Color: Word Tiles Verified Purchase
I bought this because of all of the positive reviews, and I am sad to report that my experience was very underwhelming. There's nothing physically wrong with the product. The problem is in the grammatical accuracy, flexibility, and relevance of the product. Some examples:

1. Numbers are blue, indicating they are nouns. While this can be semantically true, it is only true in sentences relative to previous sentences. "There were many attendees. Six were male. Four were female." But in our vernacular, and certainly when teaching children to build sentences, numbers should be presented as adjectives. ("There were six monkeys."). That is how numbers are typically used as parts of speech in common use. This oversight reflects sloppiness in the pedagogical design of this set.

2. "Very" is green, suggesting it is an adjective. It's not. It's an adverb. It's just annoying for a company offering educational tools making such a simple, fundamental mistake. Quality control is obviously not a high priority for them. (Though it was nice to have one adverb; the set doesn't have any otherwise).

3. The yellow, for miscellaneous parts of speech (including conjunctions, punctuational, prepositions, and articles), does not contain words like "an" (so children have to use the wrong form of the indefinite article for any word with a vowel phonetic at the beginning (e.g. "A airplane flies over the tree." instead of "An airplane..."). Feels like gravel in the mouth. They also leave out important words like "with", while including less common ones like "up", though this is a trivial matter compared to the more glaring issues.

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Color: Animal Counters Verified Purchase
My 3 year old daughter loves to sort, count, and play with these animals. We had a small collection of the bears and wanted to add more to our collection. Having several animals - not just bears - is definately more fun. We gave them to her for her 3rd birthday and it was the first toy that she wanted to open.
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Color: Letter Tiles Verified Purchase
My kids and I are enjoying using this as part of spelling and reading in our homeschool. It's very nice to have both upper and lower case letters in order to practice capitalization.
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Color: Animal Counters Verified Purchase
I just gave my 3-year-old this tub of animal counters along with the Learning Resources set of 6 sorting bowls Sorting Bowls (Set of 6). There were several counters to choose from on Amazon, but I went with this one because it has different animals (rather than a tub of bears only) and it has 20 of each color to total 100 (some of the other sets have odd totals like 107). The Learning Resources sorting bowls have an extra color, orange, so I've put that with my son's art set to pour paint in. The other five colored bowls match up with the colors of the Eureka animals.

I was unsure how interested my boys would be with this toy, but my 3-year-old and 17-month-old have been playing with this non-stop since they got it yesterday. It was given to them as an Easter present, and it is by far their favorite toy out of everything they received in their baskets. The 17-month-old loves the clanking sound of taking them in and out of the bucket and bowls, and as he observed my older son and I sorting them by color this morning, he picked up a red cat and exclaimed, "red!" As for the 3-year-old, I had gotten him the Carson-Dellosa Hundreds Pocket Chart from Amazon Carson-Dellosa Publishing CD-5604 Hundreds Pocket Chart with 100 Number Cards a while back, which up to now he's only shown a vague interest in. Well, we sorted the 5 colors into their corresponding bowls and then put each animal by color group on the chart, counting as we went, all the way up to 100. Again, we just got this yesterday, and with just a little help he is already counting to 100!
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