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  • Eric Carle ABC Game
  • Eric Carle ABC Game
  • Eric Carle ABC Game

Eric Carle ABC Game

  • Recommended Age: 3 Year Old
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Total: $ 18.70
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In Eric Carle's ABC Game, players spin the spinner and search for letter cards that match their space.

The letters and corresponding animal cards are inspired by Eric Carle's ABC book. This game introduces children to the alphabet by teaching them the difference between big and little letters. Children also reinforce counting skills as they move around the board. It's easy to learn and fun to play for both children and adults.

Contains Game Board, 4 Playing Pieces, Spinner, 52 Animal Cards and Instructions.

Why Our Experts Love It

Eric Carle is one of the best and this ABC game is awesome.

It is a great way for your child to develop their letter recognition and to recognize the alphabet. it'never to early to learn. And we love when learning is fun!

We absolutely love it and we know you will too!

A little bit about Eric Carle because we like him so much; He was born in 1929 and moved to Germany when he was six. He went to a prodigous art school and then got his first job at the New York Times. One day, a respected educator and author, Bill Martin Jr, called Carle to illustrate a story he'd written. The result . . . Brown Bear Brown Bear What do you see? . . . and as they say, the rest is history. Since then, Carle and Martin have sold millions of books worldwide
  • Games a great way to build social skills and to teach your child how to follow the rules and use their listening skills.

  • Eric Carle is the best! And we love that this game helps children learn their ABCâ€ââ€Â¢s. We also love this game is inspired by his book!

  • Take out Eric Carleâ€ââ€Â¢s ABC book and have you and your child read it before playing this game. Go over some ABCâ€ââ€Â¢s with your child.

  • When taking out the game, tell your child that the book you just read is very similar to this game. Introduce this game to your child. Talk about the alphabet in general and how some letters are small and some letters are big. This game will go over a lot of this.

  • Reinforce their counting skills as they move the pieces along the board. When they have to move to spaces, make sure you help them through the process so they feel comfortable when counting and moving the pieces.

  • When your child spins the spinner have them tell you which number it landed on.

  • Each card contains an animal on it. Have your child name the animal and see if they can name the sounds the certain animal makes.

  • This product meets or exceeds all safety standards
  • Choking Hazard 3 - Small parts not for children under 3 years