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Matching uppercase and lowercase letters is a snap with these two-piece alligators! Each color-coded alligator is marked with uppercase and lowercase letters on the head and tail. Use the color to help you make an alphabet match! Includes 13 each of heads and tails, marked on both sides and a resealable plastic storage bucket. A complete alligator measures 5L x 1½H. Toddlers+ Ages 2+
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Snap N Learn Alphabet Alligators is rated
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Rated 5 out of
We all love it!My children are aged nearly 2, 4 and 6 years and they all love the Alligators and use them in different ways. The nearly 2 year old plays with them as 'just' alligators, he practices pulling them apart and pushing them back together, making up funny coloured versions or matching colours. My 4 year old matches the letters, colours and can recognise the letters from his name. My 6 year old can put them in alphabetical order. We have also made up our own game with the Alligators. Lots of fun to be had. Very well made and easy to store too. We were sent the Alligators for review purposes.
Date published: 2014-11-12
Rated 2 out of
Letters not same on both sidesAdorable and easy to snap together, but packaging is a little mis-leading. On the packaging it states that there are 26 pieces...which leads one to believe that, since there are 26 letters in the alphabet, there are 26 pairs...which is not the case. There are 26 1/2 pieces, 13 whole alligators. Therefore, each alligator has one set of letters on his right side and a different set of letters on his left side. So, when the kiddos get to the 13th alligator (Mm), they have to backtrack to letter Z. It's confusing and a real disappointment to the little ones when they can't complete a line of alligators to the end of the alphabet. Great concept. Just need 13 more alligators so that all 26 alligators have the same letter on each side.
Date published: 2014-09-29
Rated 5 out of
Brilliant for Pre-SchoolBoth the older and younger children (and Staff)enjoyed this activity. Brilliant for letter and colour recognition,
Date published: 2015-02-04
Rated 3 out of
Missing two letter and have extras of othersI just bought this at the MiAEYC early childhood conference for my classroom, and I was very excited for my 2.5yr olds to use this. The first child I show it to, gets to the letter K and tells me there isn't a K. And as we continue on through the alphabet, I notice there isn't an X either. Instead of those letter, I have 2 duplicates. Since I got this at a conference, I dont know how to go about trying to get the missing letters. The kids do love this product, but I'm not happy about what's missing.
Date published: 2016-04-04
Rated 4 out of
Fun Open Ended Learning ToyThe Alphabet Alligators is a great set of colorful alligator heads and tails. Each piece has a capital and lower case letter that the child is supposed to match up. There is a total of 13 heads and 13 tails which allows for 2 letters per match (one on each side of the alligator.) Each match is color coded to aid in easier match making. I like that I can say the letter or sound for our 3 year old and practice matching the capital with the lower case but I can also use this set with older children (we also have a 6 and 9 year old) by saying a word and they find the beginning sound and match them. The only improvement I would like to see in this set is for each letter to have its own alligator so I could also have our children line up the ABC's and to allow even more options when I make up games. *I received a sample in exchange for my honest blog post.
Date published: 2014-03-23
Rated 5 out of
Super Frugal Stephanie Approved!Pre-school has been a fun journey so far and my daughter comes up everyday talking about new things and of course a million questions. Her most recent question was the difference in lowercase and uppercase letters. I thought the Snap n Learn® Alphabet Alligatorsnofollow would be perfect to show her and help differentiate. She caught up pretty quick matching and creating all of the alligators. I liked that they were two sided and have a great container to store them in when not in use. Learning Resources is our go to learning toy line and we enjoy sharing their products with our readers. They have helped our daughter work on so many different learning tasks and overcome many obstacles from colors, letters, shapes and more. Their products are creative, effective and fun. A toddler wants to have fun and when they are having fun they are learning and taking in everything. Learning Resources allows for just that and i am pleased to recommend adding them to your holiday shopping list for the little learners in your life!
Date published: 2014-11-08
Rated 1 out of
The n is upside downPoorly made and check my photo. The n is upside down! (And no it's not the u, the other side matches Aa, and there is a different alligator with Uu)
Date published: 2015-12-21
Rated 4 out of
Bought for Kindergarten class at SAMS Looks durableI am an EIP Kindergarten Teacher. I did not realize they had letters on each side. I would have liked for my class purpose to have one letter on each alligator.