Wikki Stix Alphabet Deluxe
Your hands-on preschooler needs a lot of repetition in letter formation before he can recognize and write actual letters. Wikki Stix Alphabet Deluxe will not only help your child study the mechanics of letter formation but will also introduce him to some rudimentary letter/object correlations.
Using this set of colorful and uncluttered letter cards, your child will simply follow the arrows to bend and stick the Wikki Stix to trace each upper and lowercase letter. Wikki Stix are soft and pliable, a proven tool for tactile, hands-on learning. They require just fingertip pressure to stick onto surfaces, and it is just as easy to peel up and reposition Wikki Stix. Each Wikki Stix Alphabet letter card also features a corresponding item, such as an ant for “A” or a dinosaur for “D.” These simple images can also be traced with Wikki Stix.
Reusable and unbreakable, made simply of yarn and food-grade, non-toxic wax, Wikki Stix have been manufactured in the USA for over twenty years. No glue, no preparation, no cleanup, no mess, Wikki Stix Alphabet Deluxe is ideal for quiet times and travel. Our unique Wikki Stix Alphabet Deluxe set includes additional neon Wikki Stix, featuring the bright colors toward which children often gravitate. These extra Wikki Stix will allow your child to complete and display even more letter cards at one time.
The Wikki Stix Alphabet Deluxe set includes 26 individual cards and 84 tactile Wikki Stix® to create hands-on educational fun.
Age Recommendation: 3+
These are my 3 & 5 yo favorite things to do. Best way for them to reinforce their letters.
Wikistix are an activity that my son can do while I am putting my younger daughter down for a nap! Very fun and there are limitless designs he can do!
This was a great tool to add to our curriculum we already have. It has helped our little one work on her fine motor skills while paying careful and precise attention to the letters formations. She struggled learning to print certain letters until we got her this item. I think the attention to forming the letters helped something click for her and carried over into her handwriting. Would highly recommend.