This set contains 64 cards with numbers, symbols and lower- and upper-case letters. Some of the most common letters are found twice so that little ones can build different words or short sentences.
Since the alphabets of many languages have special letters (such as å, ä and ö in Swedish), there are also blank cards with a pen symbol where you and your child can write your own letters.
You can use the cards to play different games like a treasure hunt or a letters and numbers race.
Easy to interact with or give feedback to smaller children through colourful symbols.
Helps develop memory through recognition, association, and repetition.
Laying out, stacking and pulling cards from the deck improves the child's motor skills.
Perfect for children of preschool age and in the first years of school.
Part of the UNDERHÅLLA series – educational and classic toys that help children learn the alphabet, the clock, counting and the connection between shapes and balance.
Good to know
Recommended for ages from 3 years.
This product bears the CE mark.
Long Term Benefits
The educational toys in the UNDERHÅLLA series make learning a fun game. The abacus helps your child understand abstract mathematical concepts. The clock makes it simple to learn colours, numbers and telling the time. The cards make learning the alphabet fun, and by building with colourful blocks, the connection between shapes and balance is easier to understand. All parts are adapted for small children's hands and thoroughly tested, so you can trust that they’re safe to use.
The UNDERHÅLLA package contains 64 cards with letters, numbers and symbols. Since the alphabets of various languages have unique letters (like å, ä and ö in Swedish), there are also blank cards where you or your child can write letters.
Treasure hunt - Lay the cards on the floor and ask your child to look for things in the house that start with each letter.
Letter and number race - Lay the cards out as a racetrack on the floor – in alphabetical order or randomly. Say a letter or number and then ask your child to drive the car there.
Alphabet soup - Mix up the cards in a shallow bowl so that they are visible. Say a letter or number and ask your child to find it in the bowl. Older children can be challenged with words that they have to find the letters for and then lay them out in the correct order.
Feel free to make up your own games – the possibilities are endless!