Fisher-Price Think & Learn Alpha Slidewriter Just $15.29

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Young kids can learn to write & spell!

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This writing toy features moveable letter tiles so kids can practice spelling their own words, and has a magnetic screen printed with writing guide lines for beginning writers. Plus the included pen grows with your kiddo, so they hold it correctly each time.

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Comments 14

  1. Elizabeth

    We bought this for our 4 year old for Christmas. She loves to have us put a word together for her to practice or just carry it around the house and copy words too. Very glad we bought this one.

    • Amber (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Too cute! Glad she has been enjoying hers! I may need to grab one for my nephew! I think he would like it too!

  2. Laura

    What age would you recommend this for? Have a 3 yr old or 6yr old in mind. Not sure if too advanced for 3 yr old but too easy for a 6 yr old?

    • Heather

      We bought this for our niece’s 5th birthday she needs help writing, it would depend on how advanced the 6yr old is

    • visitor3

      Great for 3. Can use it to color in the car, then grow into copying letters. My 3yo is recognizing letters, so he would like the letter theme.

  3. Esther

    I would love to love this product. It only has uppercase making it not appropriate for our 5/6 year olds. 🙁 That’s a habit that’s hard to break.

    • Esther

      If it were all lowercase I would have bought one for each of our Kindergarten literacy centers.

    • Rochelle

      That and at my child’s school they are taught how to write in D’Nealean, which I think is a travesty.

      • hahn

        Why do you not like D’Nealean?

        • Fran

          What is it?

      • Esther

        We do Handwriting Without Tears. When all the teachers saw that the 4 year old program was only uppercase they were very upset. Our K5 does their own thing using the materials, but not following curriculum.

      • Esther

        Ewe! I had to look that up. That is terrible.

    • Alicia

      Thanks for the comment! Never thought of that, and very true. Very hard to break that ALL capital letters

  4. Stephanie

    Thinking about purchasing for my 3 year old son. He recently learned to read and now I want to focus on teaching him writing skills. He’s a lefty so a new challenge for me!😀

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