This imaginative take on the alphabetfeatures 26 Wee Alphas postcards, each created with a hidden letter to find Based on the award winning Wee Alphas kids app, the postcards feature quirky illustrations of Biki the Buffalo, Ulysses the Unicorn, Yolanda the Yeti, and their furry, feathered, or finned friends The cards are bound into a fold out accordion format that can be displayed in its entirety, or they can be detached to separately display or share Writing prompts on the back of each card will inspire any kid or their grown up to pass along a super special greeting....
|Title||:||Wee Alphas: 26 A to Z Postcards, from Angelfish to Zebra|
|Publisher||:||Clarkson Potter Pos edition August 23, 2016|
|Number of Pages||:||26 pages|
|File Size||:||969 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Wee Alphas: 26 A to Z Postcards, from Angelfish to Zebra Reviews
Love them! I am excited to send them to my nieces and nephews that live far away and I don't get to see very often.
bought this as a birthday gift to a one years old…beautiful book!!!
These are adorable. Such a fun project for a preschooler
So, when I was a kid, I used to have these bedsheets that were covered with the alphabet, but made into monster-like creatures called "Alpha Critters." I was obsessed with them. Upon discovering that this Wee Alphas A-Z postcard book was available to request free for review from Blogging For Books, I was instantly reminded of my beloved bedsheets, and I immediately decided I must see these postcards in person. I was SO not disappointed!
As a newbie to homeschooling, I've been on the hunt for any resources that would aid in his learning during his preschool year. I found a set of alphabet cards that were not only cute but resourceful.
Wee Alphas: 26 A to Z Postcards, from Angelfish to Zebra are a set of postcards that fold out of a book accordion style. Each card features an adorable, simple animal on a white background. The animal is in the shape of the letter its name begins with (F for fox, P for Panda, T for turtle, etc).
The artwork is very kid friendly. These cards are attached to each other and can be separated along the perforated edges to use as flash cards or as the postcards they are printed as. Some of the cards have pre-printed messages on the memo side of the postcard so not all of them have enough space to write a lengthy personalized note. I chose these cards for my four year old son who likes to send mail back and forth with a three year old friend who lives a couple of states away, I think they will both really enjoy sending and receiving something which is very much a part of their daily lives these days (the alphabet). So not only are they going to have another method of learning their letters, this is also another opportunity for his friend's mom and I to explain the postal system to them, and his friend can either hang them up in his room or put them in an album to flip through. These might be a really useful tool in a preschool/kindergarten setting where each student could swap a card with another student as well. I received these postcards from Blogging for Books in exchange for my honest review.