3557 Melissa & Doug Wooden Alphabet Stamp Set

R 395.00

A, B, C, come spell with me! Kids can practice their ABCs while stamping out messages with this beautifully organized wooden alphabet stamp set. The set includes 56 stamps made of high-quality, durable wood. It features both upper and lower case letters of the alphabet, four different punctuation marks, and a four-color stamp pad with washable ink! The stamps are designed with contoured wooden handles so little ones can comfortably hold and maneuver them. Wooden stamps are a safe and educational developmental toy for kids. They can have loads of fun creating their own personalized messages while practicing letter and color recognition, hand-eye coordination, and creative expression. The set comes in a convenient and sturdy wooden box making clean up and storage a breeze. With so many stamps, several kids can play at the same time! The set makes a fun gift for boys and girls ages 4 and older for hands-on, screen-free play.

  • 56 high-quality rubber stamps with contoured wooden handles.
  • Set includes upper- and lowercase letters, plus period, exclamation mark, question mark, comma, apostrophe, and quote mark.
  • Stamp pad includes 4 colors of washable ink: red, blue, green and orange (packaging may vary).
  • Housed in a sturdy wooden box for organization and storage.
  • Encourages letter and color recognition, hand-eye coordination and creative expression.
  • WARNING: Choking Hazard - Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
  • Approx Box Dimensions: L:31cm x W:5cm x H:17cm
    Approx Weight: 0.6kg

Discover Countless Ways To Play:

  1. Ask the child to name the capital letters while placing the wooden stamps in alphabetical order from A to Z. Repeat the activity with the lowercase letters, placing each beneath its corresponding capital letter.
  2. Using the stamps, count with the child the number of letters in the alphabet.
  3. Stamp a series of capital letters, leaving space for the child to fill in the missing letters. Repeat the activity using the lowercase stamps.
  4. Stamp a pattern and ask the child to replicate the pattern, being sure the child matches the colors and letters.