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Alphabet Magnets from Eager Mind

by Alicia on August 21, 2008 in Age 3-5, Educational Toys

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Madelyn really enjoys Eager Mind’s alphabet magnets.  Available in lower case and upper case magnet sets, these will help your toddler learn to recognize both.  Each letter magnet has a corresponding
picture such as ‘rocket’ for R and ‘slide’ for S and the magnets are a
good size for little hands at about 1 inch wide and 2 inches tall.

Madelyn puts the magnets on other things like my mixing bowl or a baking sheet and now that she knows they don’t have to go on the fridge, she tries sticking them on just about anything including the air vents and the hinges on cabinet doors.  I find them in the strangest places.  These would actually make a great travel toy if you have a magnetic board you can take in the car.  The magnets are very strong which is great but Madelyn has had to slide a magnet or two off of the refrigerator instead of pulling it off because the magnet was so strong.

Mommy tip:  These magnets are great for leaving short, to the point messages for your husband like ‘clean up’ or ‘bath’.  OK, so they are hints, not messages. :)

Giveaway:  We are giving away a few sets of Eager Mind alphabet magnets!  Just stay tuned to find out when the giveaway starts.

Price: $8.95 for a set of upper case or lower case alphabet magnets

Website: Eager Mind

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Laura Near August 8, 2010 at 12:27 pm

Hello,
I am trying to find where I can purchase the Eager Mind alphabet magnets. When I click on the link to Eager Mind, it just takes me to a domain page, and I cannot find where I would purchase the magnets. I just painted a magnetic wall in my son’s room and need stronger alphabet magnets, and think these will do the job!
Thank you,
Laura

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