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- Wooden peg for each of the 26 letters of the alphabet
- Encourages memory, hand-eye, fine motor and creative expression skills.
- Sturdy wooden construction
- Use the easy-grasp pegs to reveal the picture under each piece
- Exceptional quality and value
List Price: $9.99
Melissa & Doug See-Inside Alphabet Peg Puzzle Description
Exceptional quality and value. This wooden peg puzzle includes a piece for each of the twenty-six letters in the alphabet. A colorful picture under each piece shows an image beginning with the same letter, helping to develop letter recognition and pre-reading skills! Also, encourages eye-hand, fine motor and visual perception skills.
Reviews By Dominique : Date December 20, 2010
Let me start out by saying, I LOVE Melissa and Doug products. If you read my other reviews, you’ll see that I LOVE their Chunky Puzzles.
But I DO NOT RECOMMEND this one at all!
1. This is not a good Chunky puzzle. It is much more flimsy and the stickers peel off the pieces.
2. The pieces are NOT shaped like the letter. So more than one letter will fit in more than one spot… Like the O, G, and C will all fit in the same spots.
3. The pictures used to describe the letter are ODD choices… The first time I did the puzzle with my son, it took me a few seconds to figure out what the pieces were supposed to be.
4. These pieces are a lot smaller than most of the Melissa and Doug puzzle pieces.
Reviews By Logical Mom : Date June 9, 2008
We like Melissa and Doug puzzles, but this one is a little different. The alphabet pieces are easy to maneouvre, like their other puzzles, but the ideas that they chose to represent each letter are sometimes weird/confusing.
A is for apple, B is for basket, C for carrot, D for duck, E for egg (why is the egg blue? My kid thought it was a balloon), F has a picture of a bird, implying ‘feather’. Too off-track for my 2 year old.
Other unusual ones: I is for insect. J is for jumprope, Q is for Quail. T for tie, V for vine, Y for yarn.
Why didn’t they choose items that weren’t so ‘obtuse’, like F is for foot, I is for ice cream, Q is for quilt, or ‘quack’ (duck)T is for toes, V is for vaccuum, Y is for yam/yogurt/yellow…
Reviews By New Parents : Date December 22, 2008
I bought this for my 2 year old who has done other similar puzzles, but this one was almost impossible because the letters are not cut out in the correct shape (more like a cicle/square). So, this is way too difficult for her to do. I put it into storage until she is older. I would not buy this alphabet puzzle, but one that has the letters actually cut out and matching the background.