ELC Pop It In The Post Reviews
Product Type: ELC baby toys
Description:Brand: ELC / Age: 18 months / Match up the letters, envelopes and stamps, then post them in the post box. With two dice and instructions for different games to play.
Newest Review: ... explaining the game rules, although I did find them a little confusing at first too. 'Pop It In The Post' is a post box ... more
Customer ELC Pop It In The Post Reviews (5)
by - written on 20/10/13 (Very useful, 62 readings)
My son has just turned three and his attention span is slowly increasing which is something I want to continue to encourage. It's taken him longer than other children his age to learn to concentrate as his sensory disorder means his brain sometimes struggle to let him focus on things. So over the last few months, as I've noticed him playing for increased periods of time I thought a good way to continue this was to start looking for games. Until this age, my son has only really had toys and puzzles. No actual games to speak of. So as I started researching I realised that appropriate games for his age and stage of development where going to be a little harder ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/01/10 (Very useful, 160 readings)
I bought this for my daughter for her first birthday just over a year ago. Although the recommended age is 18+ months, I had a quick look in the shop and there were no small parts. It came in at £12.00 and for that you get a post box, 2 dice and six envelopes each with a matching stamp and letter. The game is to roll the dice and collect letters, envelopes and stamps to match and then post the completed article in the post box. To be honest we have only played the game a couple of times, the dice are now pretty much redundant and we just use this as a toy. The post box has an opening door on the front with a little latch on. At first my daughter ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/01/10 (Very useful, 95 readings)
The early learning 'pop it in the post' game is yet another toy my son got this christmas. As it is aimed at children between 18 months and 4 years he is still a bit too young for it, however, he loves it and has played with it a lot since he opened it. It is £15 from the early learning website and is basically a colourful plastic post box with an easy to open door. It comes with a number of different coloured plastic 'envelopes' and matching plastic 'letters'. The idea is that the child matches up the letter with the envelope and posts it into the box. Each envelope also has a different removable stamp with a picture of an animal and a number on it. This ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/10/09 (Very useful, 188 readings)
This toy is still going strong in my household, three kids later, and will easily do my fourth when he reaches 18 months! I actually picked this up from a carboot sale for the grand total of £2.00. ~ About ~ The Pop It In The Post toy is an early learning centre branded toy, retailing at £12.00. It comes with two dice, large for little hands, and six plastic envelopes, all with their own letter and stamp to be attached/inserted. The age recommended is 18 months and up. ~ Features ~ This toy is not just a game. It helps develop hand eye coordination in babies and toddlers, when attempting to affix stamps, insert letters and pop ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/08/13 (Very useful, 49 readings)
I bought this game for my son for Christmas when he was about 20 months old. It appealed to me as it was a game suitable for children from 18 months and a lot of games available were for 3 years up, which would clearly be unsuitable for him at his age. The game is from Early Learning Centre and is currently priced at £15 - although I bought it at 20% off so got it for £12. The aim of the game is simple - match up the corresponding letters, envelopes and stamps before posting in the postbox. There is a postbox contained with the game that it quite large but lightweight - it is made of red plastic with a yellow lid and a green hinged door that can be opened ... Read the complete review
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