Big Letter Bananagrams
The elderly and the very young have many needs in common: naps, easy access to a bathroom, frequent meals, and now Big Letter Bananagrams. Offering greater visibility for those with visual impairments, the Big Letter Bananagrams tiles are 50% larger than those in the regular Bananagrams set and have a bold, easily-discernible, higher-contrast font. This makes it is easier for your preschooler to find matching tiles, locate a particular letter, or, to challenge his auditory memory, find a short series of letters.
Turn the tiles over and play a memory game, or put the tiles in alphabetical order. Once you get started, you will be astonished at all that you can do with Big Letter Bananagrams, but if you are stumped, check out our Preschool handbook for our favorite games to play with Big Letter Bananagrams. Big Letter Bananagrams can also be used in the same way as its diminutive cousin, as an educational word game requiring no pencil, paper, or bulky board. Big Letter Bananagrams' simple, parallel play lets every member of the family play at his own level. There are many ways to play, from high-adrenaline strategy to relaxing solitaire, and Big Letter Bananagrams does all that. Big Letter Bananagrams features 144 tiles packaged in a yellow banana-shaped cloth tote bag.
Time To Play: 30 minutes or less
CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.
This is perfect for little pre readers, and kids learning how to spell. By touching the letters, it is more concrete in their brains. It can be used with all ages, especially when introducing new spelling words! Love these!
The letters are so versatile! We love making up games to play with them, we use them almost every day. I could see us using the letters later on for learning vowels, consonants and spelling.
We love these tiles. There are so many options and ways to use them. They are an attribute no matter what age.
This is such a great classic! We love that it is fast paced and doesn't take too long to get through a round. I like the bigger letters too, easier for little hands to handle and probably great for grandparents who may have a harder time seeing ;)
My little love this game. It’s one of the best ways for them to reinforce letters.