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4 of 4 found the following review helpful:
All Letter Are IncludedDec 18, 2011
By luvgr8deals My two children (3 yrs & 19 mos) both love these blocks and the storage bag. They seem to be very durable and I like that they are laminated with no-peel, no-paint artwork. Yes, there are only 25 alphabet blocks but all the letters are included - X and Y are on one block.
2 of 2 found the following review helpful:
Great blocksSep 12, 2011
By ace My 16 month-old loves these colorful blocks. They are a nice size (not too big for her little hands) and they are well made. We keep the blocks in the plastic tray that they came packaged in, because that way we can make sure that none are missing when we clean them up. My daughter uses the little red bag that they came with to "go shopping" around the house. It's just the right size for her.
Great toy with complete alphabet.Feb 20, 2012
By Brendon Schlitt
I had to add my review of this toy in response to two other reviews which claim the alphabet was incomplete. This is a great toy which not only teaches kids numbers and letters but also to built and of course knock over their creations. The idea that a company would not include all the letters in the alphabet is absurd and I checked my sons' blocks and while there are 25 letter and 25 numbered blocks the X and Y are paired together on one block. I have no issues with two lesser used letters sharing a block. That being said this is a great toy for kids.
1 of 4 found the following review helpful:
Great if you don't need your kid to learn all 26 letters.....Oct 14, 2011
By kmp Who designs a alphabet toy and doesn't include all the letters in the alphabet?? For some reason the makers of this toy decided that kids really didn't need to learn the letter Y. Seriously? I know that 25 blocks fit nicer in a box. But is that the reason that they didn't include a block for each letter of the alphabet. Seems like this toy is a dud.
0 of 3 found the following review helpful:
Incomplete alphabet?!?!!Nov 10, 2011
By Kristi I saw this same set at Costco yesterday for around $10. This seemed like a great deal until I realized that there are actually 26 letters in the alphabet, not 25. Turns out the manufacturer didn't think the letter "Y" was necessary (or perhaps it's spelled "necessari" in the manufacture's mind...). And how can I teach my kid to spell like that? Yellow = ellow? LOL