Disney Cars My First Scrabble Reviews
Product Type: Disney board games
Newest Review: ... will have 15 cards and small coloured plastic tiles each with a letter of the alphabet on it. Now on each of these cards ... more
Customer Disney Cars My First Scrabble Reviews (1)
by - written on 05/12/12 (Very useful, 41 readings)
It was my twin boys 5th birthday recently and a few of their presents included games, one of these many games was Disney Cars My First Scrabble. My boys started school back in september and they have come on in leaps and bounds since starting and are now really learning their alphabet, and even putting 3 letter words together so I thought this game would really benefit them but we could have some fun together at the same time too. The game is reccomended for children aged 3-6 years which I'd say is about right as all children develop differently and at different paces - my boys are 5 and only now know their alphabet fully for example however I know ... Read the complete review
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