“There’s a new ABC book on the block…ALPHABLOCK!”
My kids and I have been enjoying our own review copy of a new children’s book called Alphablock. It’s a fun book that reads like a guessing game with thick pages shaped as each of the letters of the alphabet.
Alphablock an educational book as kids can learn and name each letter as they see it in its physical form – angles, holes, and curves, both front and back. Peeking behind each letter is a word that letter starts with, such as apple, elephant, garden, kite, moon, pencils, and rainbow. There are pictures that give clues to help your child guess what the word is, like sprinkles, cherries and chocolate syrup that they see before they turn the “I” to see “ice cream.”
My 3-year-old son’s favorite letter is T for train (because he loves trains), and my 5-year-old daughter’s favorite is U for underwear (because it’s funny).
G is for…garden!
Thor is enjoying recognizing letters and his favorite word, train.
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(Disclosure: We received our own free copy of Alphablock in exchange for writing this review. Our opinions are 100% ours.)