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PRODUCT: Usborne - Wipe-Clean Alphabet ( Wipe-Clean Alphabet

DESCRIPTION: A 24-page illustrated wipe-clean book with ink pen, which is designed to assist young children in learning about and writing letters of the alphabet. Written by Felicity Brooks and illustrated by Stacey Lamb. Suitable for children aged 3 years upwards.


Also available in the range are:
Wipe-Clean First Letters
Wipe-Clean 1 2 3
Wipe-Clean Ready for Writing




GOOD POINTS: Usborne Books Wipe-Clean Alphabet is one in a wonderful series of interactive books to introduce young children to the alphabet and basic letter writing.

The pages of the book are made from thick glossy card which is easy for little hands to turn, and are packed full of wonderfully cute, colourful and appealing pictures and illustrated scenes that children will love studying. The book is laid out in order of the alphabet, with each page focusing on one (or sometimes more than one) letter.

Each letter is printed on the page in both upper and lower case, with dotted outlines, arrows and numbers to encourage and guide your child in drawing over the dots with the accompanying special pen to complete the letters. The accompanying illustrations are useful in reinforcing learning, as they represent familiar animals and objects that begin with the letter in question. Many of the pictures also have dotted lines which your child can have fun joining up!

The great feature of the book is that once your child has finished using the pen, the pages of the book can simply be wiped clean, ready for writing on again. In our opinion, this is a really educational book for preschool children which teaches them about letters of the alphabet in a fun and uncomplicated way.

BAD POINTS: Ink from the pen may not be washable if it gets on your child's clothes.

PRICE: £4.99


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