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- 26 alphabet blocks
- There's something special for each letter, and they're just the right size to grasp, hold and explore, or stack up and knock down
- There's so much to discover with Peek-a-Blocks? -tiny objects, interesting motions, sounds, textures and more
- Provides visual stimulation with letters, numbers, bright colors & actions
- Age Range 9 Months-2 Years
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I like the fact that each block has a big capital letter, and inside, something that starts with that letter; for example, the "D" block has a dog. We'll be able to use these blocks for a long time because of that; I can imagine spending time with my son and teaching him that "C" is for cat -- and he'll be able to see both to make that association.
My son, on the other hand, couldn't care less at this point about the letters of the alphabet (he'll soon be one year old), but he does enjoy stacking and knocking over the blocks, banging them together, and especially shaking the ones that make noise. One of his favorites is the "I" block, which has an ice cream sundae inside with lots of sprinkles that rattle merrily when he shakes it.
All in all, this is a good, affordable, durable, educational and fun set of blocks. My family continues to be very pleased with them.
Our daughter loves shaking the blocks, banging them together and knocking over the blocks after we stack them up for her. She really likes putting them all into a plastic bin and then taking them all out again! The letter written on each block is meaningless to her right now, but that time will come.
We plan to keep these blocks for a few years. As our daughter approaches school age, the blocks will be a great tool to help teach and reinforce letter-sound association. We believe she may never be too old to benefit from her Peek-A-Boo blocks. We know we're not!
Consider donating your set to a local library or school when you're done with them.
It turns out that only the 13 blocks that come with the Incrediblock make any kind of individual noises. These just play random music, which is fine, but I really bought this for the purposes of it being a really educational toy, which it really isn't at this point.
The description really should explicitly tell you this.
Pricey? Well, that depends. My 3-year old niece loves the blocks just as much and they have deeper meaning for her because she knows all the letters to the alphabet and that the little thing inside the block starts with the letter that's printed on it. Like I said, layers of education. Well worth $25 in my opinion.
Oh how I wish I would have known about this type of product when my kids were babies. My son would have loved them. The only reason I rated it as a 4-star as opposed to a 5 is that I am unaware of the availability of other peek-a-boo products. I cannot rate it as "best" when I have nothing to compare it to. Highly recommended
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great toy, educational, did not break, child loved playing with it for a long time.Published 7 months ago by Amazon Customer
I bought these for my daughter when she was 1 year, now she has 3 years and they look brand new.They have hold the use and throwing of my daughter and sometimes my god-daughter. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Dst
These are the cutest alphabet blocks I have ever seen! Each one is so detailed. I bought them for my son when he was 4 months old. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Jillian L. Stough
My boys have over 75 peek-a-blocks and I really like the alphabet ones because we can practice letters while he's having fun with his other peek-a-block toys. Read morePublished 23 months ago by MommaBradley413
These blocks are amazing. I got them for my son when he was just a few months old, as we'd received the big 'cube' from my sister.
My son and I LOVE these blocks. Read more
I have several of these peek-a-blocks by Fisher Price and I love them. They are great for older kids to stack and build with, but they are interesting enough to engage a small... Read morePublished on June 24, 2013 by Bones
Good toy for growing with your baby. They learn how different blocks work as they get older. Like that they are both blocks and individual toys.Published on March 12, 2013 by Jill