Bright Bites™ Alphabet Soup

Item # LER 1469
Ages 3+
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Product Description

Warm up to letters with irresistible alphabet soup! Bright Bites delivers children’s favorite foods, with a difference: the main ingredient of educational play. Stir this bowl of 26 chunky, colorful letter noodles and scoop them out to build the alphabet, identify colors, and practice early spelling and word formation. Large spoon is made for small hands to grasp (handle spans 1.5” across), while building formidable fine motor skills. This alphabet soup always hits the spot!

     • 26 Letters
     • 1 Spoon
     • 1 Bowl

Each letter measures between 1¼’’ and 1½’’ H

Grades: PreK+

Suggested Learning Activites:

Color and letter recognition: Have your child group the letters by color and identify each color. Then, name a letter from one of the color piles. See if your child can find the letter, place it on the spoon, and scoop it into the bowl.

Letter recognition: Place 3–5 letters in the bowl. Name a letter and have your child scoop it out with the spoon. If your child needs extra clues to find a letter, name the color or specify whether it has straight lines, curves, or both.
  • Parents' Choice, Recommended Award (2015)


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By Shawn. Mom of 2

from LA

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  • Can Withstand Use
  • Easy To Play
  • Educational
  • Entertaining
  • Fun
  • Interactive
  • Thought Provoking


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    Comments about Learning Resources Bright Bites™ Alphabet Soup:

    The size and feeling of these letters make them so much more appealing to handle than any other alphabet set we've had.
    Smooth and sturdy but solid and substantial. They're great!
    We haven't actually used this set as designed with the spoon and bowl. But, there are tons of other uses for them.
    We'll pick animal out of the animal bucket and find the letter that starts the name or just spell our names or simple words.
    I'm a actually writing this review because I wanted to buy a second set so we can spell more complex words with multiples of the same letter.
    I am a mom of a typical 8 year old girl and a 5 year old son with autism.

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