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  • LEGO® Education Letters
  • LEGO® Education Letters
  • LEGO® Education Letters

LEGO® Education Letters

Article number: LEG-45027
€144,90 €127,51 Incl. VAT

Teach early literacy skills through alphabet play with a colourful collection of lettered LEGO® DUPLO® bricks.

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Learning early literacy skills through play

LEGO® Education Letters lets children play and learn in an alphabet world of LEGO® DUPLO® bricks and inspiring activities. Featuring English letters in a rainbow of colours, the included inspiration cards and Getting Started activities help children learn the alphabet, recognise and write letters, identify phonemes and spell short words and names. Building plates, small trucks and doors also inspire children to match upper and lowercase letters, create compound words, group vowels and consonants, and play fun activities like guess the missing letter.

• 130 LEGO® DUPLO® elements, including a wide selection of bricks with English letters of the alphabet in a rainbow of colours, building plates in red and blue to divide consonants and vowels, small trucks to create compound words, and small doors to play guess the missing letter. 
• 4 double-sided inspiration cards to help preschoolers learn letters, identify phonemes, and spell short words and names, plus a Getting Started card with 5 activity ideas to get classroom activities off to a fun start. 
• Nurture children’s confidence while developing early language and literacy skills, including phonological awareness and knowledge of the alphabet. 
• Part of the LEGO® Education Early Learning system of holistic learning for preschoolers.

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