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Uncle Goose Japanese Blocks - Made in USA
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- 32 - 1.75 inch basswood cubes
- Handcrafted from sustainable Michigan basswood
- Printed using non-toxic, mouth safe inks
- Ages 2+
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Expand your knowledge of Japan and the Japanese language. This 32 block handcrafted set features Japanese language symbols. Enjoy the animal pictures paired with their English and Japanese translations. Savor the two debossed sides per block. Delight in the colorful geometric rendition of a field of chrysanthemums.
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With just a quick look-over, we found 6 mistakes on 5 blocks.
1) そ should also have a ぞ variant in the corner.
2) Goat is written やき but should say やぎ
3) Swan is written in kanji (the complex characters). It's the correct word but useless in teaching spelling. It should say はくちょう
4) け has a variant げ but it's missing one of the dakuten ( ゛). There must be two little apostrophes, not one.
5) The same mistake with the dakuten is on the つ block.
6) Pig is spelled ぶた but it's written ふた missing the dakuten.
Also, it seems like these blocks are primarily teaching hiragana. But snake (ヘビ), lion (ライオン), and pelican (ペリカン) are written in katakana. And swan is written in kanji(白鳥). For consistency, they should all be in hiragana, in my opinion.
Also, for future printings, you may want to consider using different, clearer, animal pictures. It's just an opinion, but the elegant outlines aren't easy for toddlers to recognize. We prefer the pictures on the classic (English) alphabet blocks.
Thanks for an otherwise well-made product and attractive product.