Learning Resources Smart Snacks Alpha Pops, 26 Pieces
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- 2-piece pops strengthen hand muscles and increase coordination while promoting imaginative play
- Alpha pops click together, so little ones can match lowercase to uppercase letters, and vice versa
- Set includes 26 double-sided pops
- Winner of 2 awards
- Ideal for ages 2+
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Even More Fun with a Friend!
With 26 pieces, there are plenty of Alpha Pops to go around! Kids can make up simple matching games and even use the pops for imaginative role play.
Some uppercase letters look surprisingly different than their lowercase version, like Aa, Ee, and Qq. These pops let kids get familiar with the correct matches!
Fine Motor Skills Are a Snap!
Holding the Alpha Pops by their sticks promotes 2-finger isolation of the thumb and forefinger. Snapping the pops together strengthens young hand muscles, too.
Each pop measures 4” tall by 1.25” wide, making them easy for little hands to hold and manipulate.
Printed Front and Back
Set includes 26 individual pops in a rainbow of colors and shades. Bold, easy-to-read white letters are printed on the pops, with half the alphabet on the front of the pops, half on the back.
Learning Resources brings fun to learning the alphabet, phonics, vocabulary, writing and more. Whether kids are learning single letters or forming words and sentences, our selection of games for English Language Arts bring fun to learning!
Reinforce upper and lowercase letter recognition as your child matches together these frozen pops. Great for fine motor skills and imaginative play. Each pop is double sided so all letters of the alphabet are included. Pops are self-checking by color. 26 pieces.
From the Manufacturer
Pop together these frozen treats to match uppercase and lowercase letters. Double-sided to include all 26 letters. Self-checking by color. Also great for fine motor skills and imaginative play. Single Alpha Pop measures 4" x 1¼". Toddlers (ages 2+). Set of 13.
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The kids can play with these as play foods. They can be tricky to snap together or pull apart, but that doesn't bother us. The older kids help the younger. The only issue we've ever had is that they've been taken out into the yard and left outside a few days. The sun can discolor them in such case, but that's our fault, not the product. Also, for some reason ours have gotten dirty and sticky. They are easy to wipe off or rinse in the sink.
Helpful for kids learning upper and lower case. Each set of two pops also has another letter on the back (which can confuse the very young. ) Over all a cute and good quality fun toy.
I did not get paid to write this, it's a real review and I paid my own money for the toys.
She cannot push the popsicles together yet either. Fitting the pieces together takes more pressure than she can manage, so that’s a star off.
Still, these are brightly colored, and she likes to play with them on her own in her play kitchen. We can use them to play color finding and sorting games, and we can use them to work on letter recognition as well.
Great toy, in my opinion. A toddler needs plenty of free play, but learning games with an adult are important too. This toy is wonderful for that purpose.
(I keep this set in a little plastic tub from the dollar store in her play kitchen)
Cute cute cute. Purchased for a 3 yr. old and she loved them! (As soon as she was done playing with the gynormous water slide bounce house and the Barbie kayak, tough room, but she came back to them, so WIN!) She and her siblings have a kitchen seet they have made into a pizza/donut shop so I thought I'd add to the menu with this set of number matching popsicles (I also got stacking ice cream cones and shape matching cupcakes)
You can see the size in the photo, they are small, but not too small. The colours are bright and fun, and all 26 letters are represented. I could tell right away the kids will figure out more than one way to play with this set. I definitely recommend this set!
They are perfect now and we love them!!!