Learning Resources Fox in The Box Position Word Activity Set, Phonics Game, Preschool, 65 Piece Set, Ages 3+   Import  Single

(5 customer reviews)

$73.16

Brand Learning Resources
Age range (description) 48 months to 180 months
Theme Phonics
Material Plastic
Colour Multi-color

  • DEVELOP Fine motor skills, Following multi-step directions, Language development.
  • TEACH positional word vocabulary, rhyming, and how to follow multi-step directions.
  • Kids follow rhyming directions to place their cards in the proper place. Put the pear near the chair, or the bee in the tree!
  • Features a hat, box, tree, and chair, along with 20 picture cards, 40 double-sided activity cards, one double-sided spinner, and multiple instructional rhyming games and activities.
  • Grade Pre-K+ Ages 4+
SKU: B01MR0FLTJp Category:

Description

Product Description

Kids will practice rhyming and building their vocabulary through simple phonics game play. Great for learning to follow 2- and 3-step directions. Game features a hat, box, tree, and chair, along with 16 picture cards, 20 activity cards, one double-sided spinner, and multiple instructional rhyming games and activities. Largest objects measure approximately 3”H. Perfect for ages 3 and up.

Set Contains:

Box includes four colourful, plastic object models (tree, box, chair and hat), 16 picture cards, 40 double-sided activity cards, double-sided spinner and a multilingual activity guide


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Fun Fox Word Game!

Become a sly fox with this game that teaches kids how to follow multi-step directions while learning positional words and rhymes!

Multiple Ways to Play!

Each set includes multiple instructional rhyming games and activities, so you’ll always have new ways to play!

Spin to Win!

During each game, kids use the spinner to tell them where to place picture cards: in a tree, on a hat, over a chair, and more!

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Fox in the Box Positional Words Activity Set

This set includes 4 game objects, 20 picture cards, 40 double-sided Activity Cards, and 1 double-sided spinner.

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Important information

Safety Information:

Choking hazard – small parts.

Additional information

Weight 22.68 kg

5 reviews for Learning Resources Fox in The Box Position Word Activity Set, Phonics Game, Preschool, 65 Piece Set, Ages 3+   Import  Single

  1. Nijo

    Cute
    Awesome way to work on prepositions. Makes learning fun!

  2. Gwen Couthren

    Wonderful product!!!
    Great for therapy!!!

  3. Claulin

    Aprendizaje divertido para niños!
    Este juego didáctico le encanto a mi hija y la ayudo a familiarizarse rápidamente con los conceptos. Lo utilicé para darle clases de inglés y creo que cumple su objetivo de aprender pero de una manera divertida.Los 4 juguetes grandes son de plástico de buena calidad, excelente producto por tan bajo precios

  4. Liz

    Does not come with toy fox
    Granted, I am not an SLP or anything of the sort… Just a mom. But I was pretty confused by this game. It is a bunch of pieces, and some general instructions to put things on top of/next to/under each other… I was like, okay?But, my kids (5 and 2) seem to really like playing with it! It’s helping them practice directional phrases, and it’s giving them exposure to game pieces and cards. (This is a challenge, lol – they’re inclined to hide/bend/throw game pieces generally. So they certainly need the practice, without the added pressure or following a complex game!)I will say that I’m confused by the creator’s choice to NOT include a plastic fox. My kids were like, Where’s the fox? There is a card with a fox on it, but they were not having it. We ended up getting a small fox toy elsewhere, and now we’re back in business!I wish the game came with some more instructions for games, and I wish it came with its own fox. In general, I am still confused. However, they’re using it, and it seems well made, so – I guess we’re happy!

  5. K. Turner

    Speech therapist and my 4yr old love it!
    I found this gem while looking for educational games to help my 4 year old with prepositions. I was excited to see the instructions for different “lessons” and techniques to use this. My daughter recieves Speech and ABA therapy and both therapist immediately put in orders for this. The pieces are very well made for working with smaller kids. And the price was affordable for parents compared to other therapeutic pieces.My ONLY complaint is the picture cards having the color trim around the front of the card and here’s why. I took this straight out of the box with my very interested 4 year old. I was just skimming through the instructions and asking my daughter what the images were and then asked which item sounded like the word. To my suprise she was putting the cards in their correct location. I was very impressed and kind of shocked she knew what rhymed with what as this was a very new concept. Before I could ask the next image she says “I want the orange one, please”. It took me a moment to realize the cards were marked on the front with that thin trim line. Its those tiny details that some Autistic kids pick up on. It was saddening because I can’t figure out how to cover it that won’t be a distraction. I would love a set that wasn’t color coded on the front if they ever become an option.

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